A Game of Thrones (Song of Ice and Fire Book 1) by George R. R. Martin

By George R. R. Martin

First quantity of a super new delusion trilogy: the main robust, unique and soaking up new epic because Stephen Donaldson's Chronicles of Thomas Covenant. the 1st quantity of George R R Martin's excellent excessive myth tells the tragic tale of treachery, greed and conflict that threatens the harmony of the Seven Kingdoms south of the Wall. Martin unfolds with fantastic ability a story of actually epic dimensions, thronged with memorable characters, a narrative of treachery and ambition, love and magic. Set in a superb global scarred by means of conflict and disaster over 8000 years of recorded background, it tells of the deeds of fellows and ladies locked within the deadliest of conflicts and the negative legacy they'll depart their young ones. within the online game of thrones, you win otherwise you die. And within the bitter-cold, unliving lands past the Wall, a poor wintry weather gathers and the others -- the undead, the neverborn, wildlings to whom the specter of the sword is not anything -- make able to descend at the geographical regions of fellows. A online game of Thrones starts off the main ingenious, bold and compelling myth epic because the Lord of the jewelry. Thronged with memorable characters, it unfolds with fabulous ability a story of really epic dimensions. there were many pretenders to the throne of Tolkien: now eventually he has a real heir.

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One green eye and one black one peered out from under a lank fall of hair so blond it seemed white. Jon watched him with fascination. The last of the high lords to enter were his uncle, Benjen Stark of the Night’s Watch, and his father’s ward, young Theon Greyjoy. Benjen gave Jon a warm smile as he went by. Theon ignored him utterly, but there was nothing new in that. After all had been seated, toasts were made, thanks were given and returned, and then the feasting began. Jon had started drinking then, and he had not stopped.

They stepped past the eunuch into a pillared courtyard overgrown in pale ivy. Moonlight painted the leaves in shades of bone and silver as the guests drifted among them. Many were Dothraki horselords, big men with red-brown skin, their drooping mustachios bound in metal rings, their black hair oiled and braided and hung with bells. Yet among them moved bravos and sellswords from Pentos and Myr and Tyrosh, a red priest even fatter than Illyrio, hairy men from the Port of Ibben, and lords from the Summer Isles with skin as black as ebony.

Their likenesses were carved into the stones that sealed the tombs. In long rows they sat, blind eyes staring out into eternal darkness, while great stone direwolves curled round their feet. The shifting shadows made the stone figures seem to stir as the living passed by. By ancient custom an iron longsword had been laid across the lap of each who had been Lord of Winterfell, to keep the vengeful spirits in their crypts. The oldest had long ago rusted away to nothing, leaving only a few red stains where the metal had rested on stone.

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