A Clash of Kings: Book Two of a Song of Ice and Fire
Publish date: April 25th 2012
Publisher: Gao Bao
Pages no: 544
Edition language: Chinese
Synopsis: aSoIaF (ugh, what an awful acronym) starts out revolving around the stories of the Stark family, eventually branching out to encompass other storylines as well. I really can't go into the details of the plot to much, because the spoilers start early on, but Lord Eddard Stark is chosen to b...
If the first book was all set up, this book was for kicking back in your comfy chair, putting your feet up and settling in for the long haul. There were a lot of repeating motifs and themes throughout this book and the various storylines, but Martin never uses them in quite the same way. It makes it...
I feel like everyone has already said what I would say. This book was just everything I wanted. Starting on Storm of Swords immediately.
I'm weak! I've been reading this only in dribs and drabs. I hate this series but I can't look away. I have to know. I can't be left out in the cold. I'm weak! I can't pass up good, solid writing and the mystery of this entire series has me captivated. As long as a few characters stay alive I can liv...
I love the tv show and love to read, but I had put off reading these books because I thought they might be difficult to understand. For me, they flow easily, and I enjoy every word. I do think watching the show first helped because I know many of the characters and lands in my mind already. Tyrio...
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