Essays on A Song of Ice and Fire

George R. R. Martin’s A Clash of Kings
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In a Clash of Kings by George RR, Martin is the second book in his A Song of and Fire series. Renly Baratheon the late king Robert Baratheon‘s youngest brotheri declared himself king of the seven kingdoms, at the urging of his future wife at the time, Margaery Tyrell Later, Stannis Baratheon also the middle child in the Baratheon family declares himself the rightful king because Robert left no true heirs. When Robb Stark, the King in the North, sent…...
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Epic Fantasy A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin
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A Song of and Fire is an epic fantasy comprised of five books, with seven ultimately planned for the complete series. The first volume, titled A Game of Thrones, is followed by A Clash of Kings. A Storm of Swords, A Feast for Crows, and a Dance with Dragons. The events of ASOIAF take place in a vast world spanning continents and islands each with its own mountains, rivers, and forests, and histories. The complexity of Planets (as fans like…...
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Game of Thrones Book Review
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A Song of Ice and Fire is a highly popular epic fantasy series written by the American author George R. R. Martin, who is often called as the American Tolkien. General Overview of the Books Five of the seven planned volumes have already been published. The first of them was A Game of Thrones in 1996. It was followed by A Clash of Kings two years later, then with A Storm of Swords in 2000. The fourth and fifth novels,…...
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