A Clash of Kings: The bestselling classic epic fantasy series behind the award-winning HBO and Sky TV show and phenomenon GAME OF THRONES (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 2)

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A Clash of Kings: The bestselling classic epic fantasy series behind the award-winning HBO and Sky TV show and phenomenon GAME OF THRONES (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 2)

A Clash of Kings: The bestselling classic epic fantasy series behind the award-winning HBO and Sky TV show and phenomenon GAME OF THRONES (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 2)

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The story follows her year-long conflict with the region's city states, in which she aims to consolidate power, disrupt the Essosi slave trade, and gather support for her ambitions to reclaim Westeros.

In 2001, Martin was still optimistic that the fourth installment might be released in the last quarter of 2002.There's a whole world of Game of Thrones content out there, you just have to pick up a book to see it. Events planned from the beginning are foreshadowed, although Martin is careful not to make the story predictable. Above all, the books were extremely unpredictable, especially in a genre where readers have come to expect the intensely predictable.

After three chapters, he had a vivid idea of a boy seeing a man's beheading and finding direwolves in the snow, which would eventually become the first non-prologue chapter of A Game of Thrones. Most everyone can agree–the best characters are ‘heroes’–and really all the character POVs we read are heroes in their own ways (yes even Theon Greyjoy).Joffrey, Queen Cersei's sadistic son, ascends the Iron Throne following the death of Robert Baratheon, the Usurper, who won it in battle. It was released in February 1999 in the United States, [15] with a manuscript length (without appendices) of 1,184 pages.

Believing that magic should be used moderately in the epic fantasy genre, [27] Martin set out to make the story feel more like historical fiction than contemporary fantasy, with less emphasis on magic and sorcery and more on battles, political intrigue, and the characters. The New Yorker said in April 2011 (before the publication of A Dance with Dragons) that more than 15 million A Song of Ice and Fire books had been sold worldwide, [51] a figure repeated by The Globe and Mail in July 2011. As with A Wiki of Ice and Fire, the content of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. The Tales of Dunk and Egg series, three novellas set 90 years before the events of the novel series, feature the adventures of Ser Duncan the Tall and his squire "Egg", who later became King Aegon V Targaryen.With around 1600 pages in manuscript length, [1] A Dance with Dragons was eventually published in July 2011 after six years of writing, [27] longer in page count and writing time than any of the preceding four novels. The series' structure of multiple POVs and interwoven storylines was inspired by Wild Cards, a multi-authored shared universe book series edited by Martin since 1985. A Feast for Crows has a 63-page list of characters, [10] with many of the thousands of characters mentioned only in passing [51] or disappearing from view for long stretches. Though it is long, the story itself is rich and the prose lyrical–this series definitely reads like a hero’s ballad adventure. Jon and the Brothers must find out what their intentions are and how to stop them before they breech the Wall and destroy the kingdoms.



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