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Jon Snow elects to travel north to the Wall to join the Night's Watch and is joined by Tyrion, who is eager to see the fabled construction for himself. After Eddard leaves for the south, an attempt is made on Bran's life, thwarted only by the direwolf Summer. Catelyn realizes that Bran must have seen something and been pushed from the window deliberately, and that the would-be murderers are trying to cover their tracks. She travels by sea to King's Landing and learns from her childhood friend Petyr 'Littlefinger' Baelish that the dagger used in the assassination attempt was last seen in the hands of Tyrion Lannister.
Traveling north again, Catelyn and her retainers encounter Tyrion by chance in an inn as he returns south from the Wall and take him captive to the Eyrie , where Lady Lysa places him on trial.
Unfortunately, Tyrion chooses trial by combat and his champion, a sellsword named Bronn , wins freedom for him. In the capital of King's Landing , Eddard investigates Jon's death and learns that Jon Arryn and King Robert's brother, Lord Stannis Baratheon , had discovered that Robert's three children are actually the products of an incestuous liaison between Queen Cersei and her twin brother, Jaime.
Spurning the advice of Robert's youngest brother, Renly , to take Cersei into custody, Eddard instead offers mercy, telling Cersei to flee. King Robert dies of a mishap whilst hunting in the kingswood and Cersei's eldest son Joffrey is proclaimed king before Eddard can pass the crown to Stannis, Robert's true heir. When Eddard moves against Cersei, he is betrayed by Littlefinger. Eddard reluctantly agrees to sign a false confession of treason in return for Sansa and Arya's lives and the chance to go into exile on the Wall.
Instead, Joffrey has Eddard brutally executed. Whilst Sansa is retained in custody, Arya manages to escape with the help of her fencing instructor, Syrio Forel , and Yoren , a recruiting agent for the Night's Watch. A civil war, later dubbed the War of the Five Kings , erupts.
Robb Stark leads an army of northmen into the riverlands to support Lord Hoster Tully , whose forces had come under attack by Lord Tywin Lannister after Catelyn took Tyrion prisoner.
Riverrun , the Tully stronghold, is besieged by an army under Jaime Lannister, whilst Lord Tywin holds a large army south of the Trident to prevent Robb's advance.
Unexpectedly, Robb wins the support of House Frey by agreeing to a dynastic marriage. This allows him to detach his cavalry and cross the Green Fork whilst his infantry carries on to the Trident under Lord Roose Bolton , one of Robb's bannermen. Tywin, joined by the liberated Tyrion who has won the support of the mountain clans of the Vale defeats the Stark foot along the Green Fork before learning that Robb has outmaneuvered him. Shortly afterwards Robb's forces surprise and capture Jaime Lannister before smashing the Lannister army at the Whispering Wood north of Riverrun.
Lord Renly Baratheon flees south from King's Landing to Highgarden , stronghold of the powerful House Tyrell , and there is declared king by acclamation, becoming the second of the war's five kings. Robb Stark becomes the third, when he is proclaimed the King in the North by the Stark and Tully bannermen present at Riverrun. In the lands beyond the Wall , three men of the Night's Watch stumble across the massacred bodies of wildlings.
Ser Waymar Royce is confronted by several creatures of ice, the fabled ' Others ' of legend. He fights one, but is killed. The second man, Will , investigates Waymar's corpse only for it to come to life and strangle him.
The third, Gared , is so terrified of what he sees that he flees south to the Wall and then beyond. He is the deserter executed by Eddard Stark in the first chapter of the book. At the Wall Jon finds that the Watch is beset with problems. A new King-Beyond-the-Wall has arisen in the far northern lands to rally the wildlings to his banner. This man, Mance Rayder , was once a brother of the Watch before fleeing to join the wildlings. Jon also learns that the Watch is grievously under strength, mustering barely a thousand men to cover the three hundred miles of the Wall, and its manpower is now made up of murderers and criminals who chose the Wall over execution or imprisonment.
Some time after Jon's arrival, Benjen vanishes whilst on a ranging beyond the Wall. Jon and many of the other younger men are remorselessly bullied by the master-at-arms, Alliser Thorne , but Jon concocts a plan for them to stand up to him.
Jon wins the friendship of Samwell Tarly , a craven but intelligent boy from the Reach , and also that of Maester Aemon. Jon burns the wight , saving Mormont's life. Shaken, Mormont resolves to lead the Watch beyond the Wall in strength to test Mance Rayder's strength. Although news of his father's death and brother's war causes Jon to doubt his calling, he decides his place is with the Watch.
Drogo commands a horde of forty thousand mounted warriors whom Viserys plans to use to reclaim his homeland from the usurper Robert I Baratheon.
Among the wedding gifts are three petrified dragon eggs from Illyrio. Unexpectedly, Daenerys and Drogo find love as they journey east into the vast grasslands of the Dothraki sea , and Daenerys becomes pregnant with a son, to be named Rhaego after her dead brother.
Ser Jorah Mormont , son of Lord Commander Mormont and a knight exiled from Westeros for dealing in slaves, joins Viserys's entourage as an adviser on the current state of the Seven Kingdoms.
I loved the plot of Daenerys - the way she overcame her situation and ultimately ruled the clan was absolutely enthralling. She was a small part of the overall plot, but I'm so excited to see where her character goes.
The politics, at times, became too much but every time I would get the least bit bored the plot would pick up and there'd be an absolute insane twist.
Such a good one - so excited for the next! Fabulous tone and pacing, good use of emotion. Blog Instagram Twitter View all 62 comments. Tim Janke. I've read over a different fantasy authors in my time. So, when I came back to fantasy I read the usual: Goodkind, Jordan, etc. Here are the reasons to choose GRRM. After reading this over and over, it gets old. Or, a hero does die but magic brings him back. This sometimes carries to minor characters where even they may not die, but most fantasy authors like to kill them off to show that some risked the adventure and perished.
Unlike other fantasy novels, one side, usually the villain, is stupid or not too bright. GRRM has set this up where each chapter has the title of one character and the whole chapter is through their viewpoint.
Interesting tidbit is that you get their perception of events or truths. But, if you pay attention, someone else will mention a different angle of truth in the story that we rarely see in other novels. Lastly and most importantly, GRRM doesn't try to tell us which person is right in their perception.
He purposelly leaves it vague so that we are kept guessing. We never get the entire story but only bits and pieces; something that other fantasy authors could learn from to heighten suspense. Almost flawless flow. What is duty against the feel of a newborn son in your arms. Wind and words. We are only human, and the gods have fashioned us for love. That is our great glory, and our great tragedy. My mother died birthing me, and he's never been sure. Most of them are. All dwarfs may be bastards, yet not all bastards need be dwarfs.
When he opened the door, the light from within threw his shadow clear across the yard, and for just a moment Tyrion Lannister stood tall as a king. Fear is for the winter, my little lord, when the snows fall a hundred feet deep and the ice wind comes howling out of the north. This is one of the reasons why each novel is between pages.
This is especially true of Jaime in book three. GRRM does a good job of creating more likable characters after a few die. But, if that isn't your style, you shouldn't be reading it.
He kills off several, not just one, so be warned. I suggest Feist or Goodkind or Dragonlance if you want a more straight forward story with strong archetypes. Some are still going on; some have been resolved; others have been created and are moving on. You wont' get much of this in GRRM with the exception of one or two characters. In that case, look for shorters works as this is biiig.
View all 81 comments. I tried reading this a long time ago and gave up very quickly. I know many love it but I think from the start I knew it wasn't for me. Looooong fantasy series never have been, for some reason. And, even though I will never return to this series, can we all just take a minute to admit that how I spent my weekend is kinda cool And a sneaky bonus for Torchwood fans! Just so you know, all the cool people totally close I tried reading this a long time ago and gave up very quickly.
Just so you know, all the cool people totally close their eyes during at least one photo truefact View all 73 comments. Apr 07, Nick rated it it was amazing Shelves: You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog! These are some things you get from reading this book: Smart tal You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog! Theon Greyjoy and the bitch Joffrey Lannister everything else was perfect: Martin Please kill Joffrey: View all 25 comments.
Jan 17, Sean Barrs the Bookdragon rated it it was amazing Shelves: Okay so I read it again. Plus, it gives me chance to share this review once more and tell my personal reading journey to any followers I might have picked up since Original Review A Game of Thrones changed my life. Prior to reading it I had no interest in books whatsoever. I was on course to be a forensic psychologist; however, I began reading this wonderful s Okay so I read it again.
I was on course to be a forensic psychologist; however, I began reading this wonderful series. Suffice to say, it threw me of course ever so slightly: I am now studying a degree in English Literature. One day I'd like to teach it. A Game of Thrones kindled a fire within me that erupted into a love of books. I began to read other novels across the genres.
I then went onto other fantasy novels and historical fiction, which distracted me from my degree work. I found myself reading Tolkien and Ken Follet when I should have been doing my degree prep. I then went onto classic authors such as Dickens and Robert Louis Stevenson.
Books became my life. I now spend countless hours reading literature of all varieties from Austen to Shakespeare, from Phillip Pullman to Sherlock Holmes.
Indeed, I find myself immersed in the plots, sympathising with characters and becoming engrossed in book after book. A Game of Thrones is not the best fantasy novel that has been written nor is it my all time favourite novel or series, but, it will always be something special to me because it was the first book that turned me into a reader; thus, I'll read it once a year, every year, to honour it. View all 41 comments. Magister Illyrio says they are sewing dragon banners and praying for Viserys to return from across the narrow sea to free them.
There is no middle ground. View all 87 comments. And thus I'm back to the beginning and hating and loving people all over again!
And the dumbass King ruins it all by having a wicked witch for a wife, but if not then it would just be some other wickedness to get the party started. There are so many characters I love in these books and the wolves of course. And all who kill wolves can have their head on a pike! His fur And thus I'm back to the beginning and hating and loving people all over again! His fur was white, where the rest of the litter was grey.
His eyes were as red as the blood of the ragged man who had died that morning. Bran thought it curious that this pup alone would have opened his eyes while the others were still blind. Jon turned. Tyrion Lannister was sitting on the ledge above the door to the Great Hall, looking for all the world like a gargoyle. The dwarf grinned down at him. Why aren't you at the feast? Might I have a closer look at your wolf? He pushed himself off the ledge into empty air.
Jon gasped, then watched with awe as Tyrion Lannister spun around in a tight ball, landed lightly on his hands, then vaulted backward onto his legs, And he does this: Tyrion hit him again. Now both cheeks flamed Oh if he only killed him off right then. And his mother for that matter but I digress.
All the sadness that came and a bit of revenge to come later on In other parts of the world. I love Dany and Khal Drogo so much. Once again, love nothing in these books! And the Mother of Dragons. I still have the other books to read. The only thing I don't like is the killing of the wolves and horses and the rapes, but we know those things are going to happen.
And I will not like anyone again on the shows or in the books because every time I do they get killed!
So, I'm just going to pretend I can't stand them all: I love the book and the characters. I hope to see some good revenge in some of the other books and I hope some certain lady takes most all of them out.
I'm not saying any names in case I jinx it: View all 42 comments. I have finally done it! I have joined in on the fun that is A Game of Thrones. It is and I managed to make it all the way here without reading a page or watching a minute of the show. Now, it is the nature of the internet to keep me from being completely in the dark on this one, but I think I did a pretty good job of avoiding hearing or seeing too much about it.
Is this a great fantasy book? It really is quite good. The plot and the characters are well thought out. Comparing it to other fan I have finally done it! Comparing it to other fantasy books I have read, it is right up there or better.
Yeah, but since this has been taking the world by storm it must have blown your socks off!? Um, no, not really. How about mainstream interest? So many people say they are not fantasy fans but they love this series.
In fact, it isn't even really "fun" fantasy - it is dark with lots of politics and plotting. Some of my Goodreads friends said that historical fiction fans get a kick out of it, too, and it is loosely based on the War of the Roses.
Do I want to watch the show now? Yeah, I think I will check it out. Sex and violence? I have seen some people wary of this book because of sex and violence. Internet spoilers, SNL skits, etc. However, compared to other fantasy novels, it is pretty normal. In fact, the depiction of sex is pretty tame. Violence is maybe a little more intense, but nothing that made me feel the book was too extremely brutal.
Perhaps these things get amped up in future books? One thing that seemed to leak through the internet and my friends talking about the book was to not get too attached to a character because they will probably die.
So far, only one death was kind of shocking to me. I expect the death count and the shock value to go up as the books progress. I think that covers the main points. Jun 15, Jesse rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Recommended to Jesse by: I usually read a book once and its quite well locked into my brain. As much as I've enjoyed many books I've read, they just don't require a second read for me. I read them, now its time to move on. I loved this book and its characters so much, and crave the world and narrative so much that I couldn't wait for Martin to get the newest installment out.
So I started rereading the first book I've ever reread. Let me just say that I didn't find ANY of the characters boring.
Even the characters that I would find an anoying personality type, are deeply engrosing in this tale. And those types of characters number just 2 for me in this book. There are so many characters, with such a broad range of personalities that there is someone to match everyones likes.
Yet even the characters I initially found myself repulsed by, grow and change and are just as fascinating as those that I admire and empathize with. Normally I dislike when an author has too many characters and jumps from character to character from one chapter to the next, not so in this book.
Martin's ability to tell a story and hook you on it, is so great that I started to look forward to these jumps to different characters.
With this many characters you really are provided with a great narrow and broad picture of the currents of this world and narrative. Its like watching individual storms all over the globe, all adding up to the global weather system. Which leads me to my next point, his pacing. I've read my share of epic fantasy series. Terry Goodkind and Robert Jordan.
Both these authors have good parts, and bad parts to their books. There are momments in their books where I stop and think, "That was the coolest thing event I've ever read". Yet there are way more parts in both author's works where I was thinking "when are we going to get to the next awsome and exciting event?
I came to expect this in any book, particularly epic fantasy. Martin broke that mold for me. I kept waiting for a momment where part of my mind would start, metaphorically, tapping its foot in bordom thinking, " are we there yet? It never happened. Each chapter would grab me, and by the time the chapter ended I was groaning at having to leave behind this story thread because I was wrapped up in its narrative path.
Then I'm instantly swept up by the events of the next chapters story thread. Finally there is the commitment by the author to this narrative. Many stories have jeopardy but you kind of know that in the end, the main character can't die, there are more books to come.
Don't ever count on that in "A Game of Thrones". In this book and in subsequent ones in the series, I literally threw down the book and got up in shock.
It gives me confidence in Martin and his own level of commitment to telling me the best and most real story possible, complete with unfair and tragic events happening to good AND bad people though in the case of the bad people I suppose it would be "fair and happy" when negative things happen to them.. Ok, thats it, I can't believe how much I wrote here. Hope this gets some folks to read this book. Cause once you read the first, you'll be hooked. I just finished re-reading this book, and have to say it was even better the second time around.
I also found it interesting how much more the tension in the book was increased for me because I knew certain great momments were coming in the book, and the tension that created for me was most enjoyable. This is quite possibly THE best first book in a fantasy series I've ever read. I can't wait to re-read book 2 now, if only I had more time to read! View all 19 comments. Jun 20, J. Sutton rated it it was amazing.
Each chapter is well-crafted. Definitely nothing that one could really classify as a surprise. In fact, it distracted me for a while that the two were so remarkably similar scenes, dialogue, action all seemed to match.
When there was a small conflict with the series, I found myself noting the difference. This often had to do with the age of the characters they are younger in the book or the description of a few of the characters such as Tyrion.
In the end, however, I was swept up in this epic story! I liked the pace produced by the shifting perspectives. The one drawback to this approach for me came at the end. View all 15 comments. A shocking story that breaks fantasy conventions, it's seven hundred pages of realpolitik and character development.
View 2 comments. May 05, Martha rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Recommended to Martha by: I am on page , and although it pains me to put a book down unfinished, it is simply time for me to quit.
It isn't perfect in the beginning it's pretty flawed, actually , but you think "That's okay, the premise is good! It will improve!
The characterization is painfully, painfully flat. I'm tempted to go through the text and count the number of times Jon Snow is referred to as a bastard. I get it! His mother is not his father's wife! He is a bastard! Please, god, can we move on now?
Cue self-inflicted eye-stabbing. The kicker: Jon Snow is probably the deepest character in the book. And exactly like Grey's Anatomy, there comes a moment often when a character married to two people at once and pregnant with some other dude's baby decides to throw herself off a bridge, and then survives, but is left in a coma that can only be cured by the medicine her dead best friend left in her nightstand when you just can't take one more bit of drama just for the sake of it.
Plus, I totally cheated and looked up what happens in the sequels, and the plot only gets more convoluted and depressing. I would like to know what you've been smoking, because it apparently gives you the power to turn crap into gold.
Cillian Kasak wrote: Are you 13? Go read something and get some thinking skills you're clearly lacking. According to your shelf you haven't even read it yet?
Do you not know how to shelf a book as 'read' or you watched the show and decided to troll reviews of the book? Oct 23, mark monday rated it it was amazing Shelves: Tyrion, you ar there are about a billion reviews of this one so i doubt i have anything to add.
Tyrion, you are the tops! View all 56 comments. Reading this makes me super interested in the TV show and i've heard so many people telling me to watch it that as soon as I have the time which might not be for a while lol I will definitely be looking into that! At this point i'm too exhausted to even consider reading the sequels; i'm giving myself a break after reading this hahaha. Also sidenote- the audiobook is great.
You can find the entire series on audiobook on Scribd. View all 8 comments. Epic fantasy fans. Upon finishing the first season of the TV show, I immediately picked up this book and honestly?
Now, years after my first try of reading A Game of Thrones , not only I was able to finish it, I loved it so much and I craved for more by the end of it. Just from the data and numbers that I saw so far, there are around fifty thousand reviews and almost two million ratings on this book, I doubt anything I say about it will be something new. Martin meets whoever. In my opinion, Martin brought a lot of something refreshing to the fantasy genre. He explored this deeply and brilliantly within the dispute and politics over the Iron Throne, the seat of the Lord of the Seven Kingdoms.
In the battle for the throne, no one is safe, not even the good and honorable ones; the good tend to suffer more actually. Martin to Steven Erikson. Every character in the book was truly well-developed and although each new chapter always follows a different character than its previous one, all of them were very compelling and important to read. I found reading the book brought a much better understanding of the characterizations than what the TV series did.
The world-building was also more intricate and easy to understand. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness. Armour yourself in it, and it will never be used to hurt you. A Game of Thrones is an absolutely stunning prelude to an incomplete legendary series.
That kind of world-wide fame speaks for itself already. I'll conclude by saying that this was a totally magnificent start to an epic fantasy series and I recommend this book with all my heart to every epic fantasy reader. The intricacies in the characterizations and world-building can only be achieved by reading the book and nowhere else. Sidenote regarding the 20th anniversary illustrated edition: The Illustrated edition is freaking gorgeous and its production value is really high, no doubt about that.
But this is also where the main problem at. Not to mention that a lot of the colored artworks are placed at the wrong page. Because of all these, I think it would be best if a complete newcomer to the series read the text-only edition.
Pictures are taken from her Twitter account and official website. You can order the book from: View all 34 comments. Oct 30, Ana O rated it it was amazing Shelves: The things we love destroy us every time. George R. Martin has ruined my life! Yet, like a moth to a flame I kept coming back. I have no sense of self preservation. There is not much I could add here that hasn't already been said. I'm a woman of simple needs.
My wishlist for Santa George R. That's my two cents. Here are some memes for you to enjoy. Valar Morghulis. View all 91 comments. So glad I reread this!
I loved it even more this time and it just reaffirmed that this is my favorite series. Mar 04, C. How is one supposed to review a book like this?! Of course, they survived. I'm sure it'll pass. But he's so awesome I guess he'll die soon. Maybe she'll show up? I like Arya. She's driven. She has psycho children. She's seriously messed up. But she's very smart and cunning. Sometimes happy. I'm psychotic like that, but seriously, this book is more psychotic. Or cake. Just give me cake.
Also comfort because I'm not a happy poppet right now. I totally get why people love these books and hate the author. This book was raw, gritty, barbaric and downright crass at times This was an ancient, epic adventure that consumed my thoughts. I'm still trying to wrap my mind around everything that took place and who everyone is. This book had an extremely robust cast of characters and a complex, multifaceted storyline. Don't get too attached to anyone This book was raw, gritty, barbaric and downright crass at times Don't get too attached to anyone either, as Martin has no qualms about killing off a few characters, even those that seem critical.
I've lost a couple of my favorite guys already, and this is only the first book. On the upside, some got what they had coming and I couldn't have been happier. As much as I loved the story, if I had it to do over, I wouldn't have listened to the Audible version. Now that I have though, and I've managed to get everything straight in my head, I'll probably continue in that format. The narration was fabulous, but the story was simply too complex for me to keep up with in that format for the first book.
I tend to listen while doing other things that require some of my attention, like driving or housework. This is not a book that you can do that with. I had to back up the story several times because I'd get lost or have trouble remembering who somebody was. That is the only reason that I gave this book a 4-star and not a 5-star rating. It might have rated higher if I'd read the Kindle version.
It was just too hard to keep everything straight at times. So many people and so many stories being told. I needed a cheat sheet to keep things straight. I don't want to spoil anything, because I think these stories need to be experienced firsthand. I'm completely hooked on this series now. I'm on to the next one, ASAP. View all 76 comments. I really can't review this, the story is way to complicated to even begin to do that.