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A Song of Ice and Fire, (4 Vols.): A Game of Thrones / A Clash of Kings / A Storm of Swords / A Feast for Crows Mass Market Paperback – Print, March 22, 2011
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P.S. The first season was taken from Book 1. Season 2 will be from Book 2.. This idea is an intresting one and here's hoping it works to be a good one.
Though an epic story with awesome characters, I won't lie and say I'm in love with the writing style. Mr. Martin is a prodigious world-builder, and for the scope and scale of Westeros and its neighboring continents, he deserves infinite praise. His obsession with death and penises, however, could be a bit much for some readers (hey, if that's your bag, go hog wild--there's enough sex and death to go around in these books). Still, you can't argue with the likability of his characters. Personally, Arya Stark is my spirit animal. Daenerys Targaryen, mother of dragons, breaker of chains, is also pretty bad-ass.
Put simply--this is worth a read. But, if the notion of reading four daunting texts is too much, watching the HBO series will give you the same pleasurable (and sometimes cringe worthy) experiences for much less ocular effort.
The story is interesting for a while, it has plenty of changes due to a wide variety of obstacles.
Yes I will tell you things you may not want to know if you keep scrolling.
Once you finally find a character you like they get killed off. Then you feel you can put up with a different character who gets killed off as well.
Lets face it - he must hate any of the people he writes about because they all die. Only the characters with no personality continue to be followed in the books.
In summary the books are well done but you better not like any of the characters because you'll be lucky to have them for 50 pages. At most they may survive two books. This makes the books ok but what's the point of reading the book when you don't get to see the characters develop. The best books are the ones where you feel like you lost a good friend once you finish the book.