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A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire)

A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire)

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Contributor(s) George R.R. Martin
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Overview: A Game of Thrones

A Game of Thrones, written by George R. R. Martin, is the first volume in the seven-part A Song of Ice and Fire series. The story is written in chapters, and each chapter is the fist person account of the events that transpire in the Seven Kingdoms. At the centre of it all is King's Landing, where King Robert Baratheon reigns. To the north is Winterfell, where Eddard Stark, a long-time friend of Baratheon, lives with his family. Eddard, also known as Ned is a just man and the warden of the North. He holds his family dear and abides by the rules of his forefathers. But when the King takes a trip to Winterfell to appoint Ned Stark as the as his Hand, the warden of the North looks at it as a bad omen.

A Game of Thrones has several intriguing characters including the Lannister family, the Targyens, Stannis Baratheon and the Tyrells all eyeing the iron throne, looking to rule the Seven Kingdoms. Meanwhile, beyond the wall, dark forces are lurking, looking to attack the men of the common world and destroy everything they hold dear. Winter is coming, and the world better be ready for it.

The book forms the basis of a hit HBO TV series of the same name, and the other books in the series have also been adapted for TV. They have now become a rage all over the world, thereby creating a huge fan base.

George R. R. Martin shot to international fame with the books from A Song of Ice and Fire series. Apart from A Game of Thrones he has also written other books in the series namely, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords, A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons. The author is also credited for two books in the The Hedge Knight Graphic Novels as well as in Dreamsongs. He started writing at a very young age and dabbled with different careers, constantly writing on the side and waiting for his big break. Mr. Martin has also worked as a screenwriter and television producer.

This edition of A Game of Thrones has been published by Voyager as a tie-in with the TV show. This paperback copy has an ISBN 10 number of 0007525982 and an ISBN 13 number of 9780007525980. You can order it online today to read about this saga of love, loss, murder, incest and betrayal that took the whole world by storm.
Product Details
Language English
Publication Date March 28, 2013
Publisher Voyager
Contributor(s) George R.R. Martin
Binding Paperback
Edition TV tie-in edition
Page Count 864
ISBN 10 0007525982
ISBN 13 9780007525980
Dimensions and Weight
Product Dimensions 11 cm x 5.2 cm x 17.8 cm
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  1.  In the Game of Thrones you win or you DIE! 13 September, 2013 On
    A Game of Thrones by Author George R.R. Martin is a fantasy novel that reminds me a lot of the epic classic, Le Morte d'Arthur. It has small elements of Tolkien-like fantasy, but really almost fits better with historical fiction.

    House Stark is the ruling family of the North that is responsible for defending the northern border of the kingdom from various enemies. Lord Eddard Stark, ruler and father of House Stark, receives a visit from his old friend and comrade, King Robert Baratheon. Stark soon finds himself at the center of a conspiracy of rival lords to take the kingdom for themselves.

    This book really has some spectacular moments, but overall, I can't help but feel like it's a tad overrated. It is well written and definitely has some interesting characters and plot twists. However, the author has the propensity of jumping from character to character so frequently that it became maddening to me at times. It disrupts the continuity of the story and becomes very annoying. Your head begins to spin trying to keep track of the many, many characters and all of the details. The book also really stalls out at times and I couldn't help but feel like it was taking way too long to go somewhere. Martin also loves to spend a lot of time on various, intricate details that become pointless and boring and just seem to take up a lot of pages for no real reason. It reminded me of Terry Goodkind in that way. Readers of Goodkind know what I mean.

    Throughout the book I was thinking of giving it a 2 or 3 star rating out of my boredom and its general lack of progress, but the story picks up steam as it goes. Toward the end of the book the author finally reveals some history of the kingdom that I found very interesting. And the ending, to me, was brilliant. Overall, the book is worth reading just because it does have such a terrific, interesting ending that it makes up for a lot of my criticisms. I would recommend it for fantasy lovers. I did give it 4 stars, but just barely.
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  2.  Unpredictable to say the least 27 November, 2013 On
    There is one thing that this book is...and that is 'unpredictable'. I could not have guessed the kind of events that have taken place in this book and the sequence that these events have followed. I am still not sure whether I really like this book/series or not but then I am going to reserve that call just yet and give the second book of this series a go.
    One thing I would say is that this is the kind of a book where you need to push yourself to stay engaged till about 90% mark (with help from some characters along the way), but the final lap is quite riveting indeed.
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  3.  Excellent service by Amazon 20 June, 2013 On
    An epic journey through the wonderful world of fantasy. The book was delivered within few seconds of payment from my Kindle Touch.
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