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  • Audio CD: 1 pages
  • Publisher: Random House Audio; Unabridged edition (Aug. 16 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0307987647
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307987648
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 13.2 x 6.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 748 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (532 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,317 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth K. Roth on Feb. 5 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I'm not sure how the author does it, but while other sprawling fantasy epics can have the characters and plotlines blend togther to the point where no one really cares anymore, this guy manages to make many different viewpoints and people distinct and three-dimensional. He juggles what seems to be an insane number of contenders for the throne to the Seven Kingdoms, and makes you realize what makes everyone different, and differently (or not) qualified to rule.
He is not afraid of killing his characters and what I also like is that everyone is believably shaded, morally. To often there are books like this with a hero that has one, single stock flaw, fighting villians that are plain crazy or evil without reason. These books have people that range all over the moral chart and it's refreshing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 18 1999
Format: Hardcover
The plot to this story is immense, with many different facets. However, at every turn in the book the author would perform extreme violence or debase women in such a way that seemed to go beyond the context of the story. Perhaps the author wished to show the violent nature of people or portray a character as evil, but the nature of acts committed to women, from graphic rape to extreme violence instead brought me out of the book and made me angry at the author, not at the character committing the acts. Other talented authors have conveyed character motives and attributes in different ways, unfortunately this author did not. I will not be purchasing any future works from this author.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 16 1999
Format: Hardcover
It's really hard to relate to his characters. You only get about 8 - 10 pages at a clip, and wait over 100 pages until you get back to them. Really crowded!!! Too many characters, and most are under the age of 13. G. R. R. shows his lack of connection to this age group (and female characters especially) by making most of them wooden - you really start hoping that they die soon just to get them out of the way of the more interesting figures - like the dwarf. I won't be reading the next installment...
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Format: Hardcover
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Quick Review (TL;DR)
These books are great. Expansive well described settings and extremely complex and detailed characters. You'll find yourself loving character you hated in a previous books and feeling compassion for psychopathic torturers.
Nothing happens the way you think it'll happen and no one you want to live lives. Everyone dies except for the ones you expect to.
I would highly recommend reading this series as long as you don't mind waiting 1-2 decades as the following books are released.
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Full-er Review:

--If you want to support a story you enjoy and get the entire series at the same time you should buy this. --

All my life I've been waiting for something like this story. Every time I watched a movie where the good guy had some kind of distress or trouble and the bad guy seemed ahead, I still always knew who would win. As I am sure you all did. (granted this applies more to shows/movies than to books)

Every time a fairy tale ending occurred with the action hero walking into the sunset with his girl, I got tired. Every. Single. Time.

Good guy wins, bad guy loses/gets away and everyone is happily ever after. Sure there are some exceptions, but not really. Either everyone dies at the end or some other trope occurs. But the bad guy never wins over. Not at the end. Like some horribly boring, predictable formula.

This is the show I've been waiting for. Everything you think will happen doesn't happen. Or it does and then does a complete 180. No predictability at all. I absolutely love it.
You hate the character who paralyzes kids and then you grow to like them and empathize with their flaws as they grow into their character.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J Reader TOP 500 REVIEWER on Jan. 18 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
A Clash of Kings is a great follow up to The Game of Thrones. The story is heavy with political intrigue. Even more so than the first of the series. If you are looking forward to exciting battle scenes you will have to wait until the final 100 pages.

The characters' stories and back stories are what I love most about this series. A Clash of Kings follows the same main characters as The Game of Thrones, with some interesting new ones added to the mix. Everyone is written with great care and detail. There are no stereotypical heros or villians. All of the characters are complex with clear, identifiable motivations.

This book continues where the last left off, with twists and turns, many of which caught me by surprize. I have yet to encounter a predictable story line in either of the first two books in this series. I enjoy the type of story where no one is safe and the plot is unpredictable. Nothing comes easy for the people of this fantasy world and seldom do things turn out as you would expect.

If you are interested in delving into a world of King's, Queen's, magic and betrayal take up this series. It is not a light read and at around 1000 pages each the first two books are substantial. That said, there are no lulls in the story and it flows easily from one story line to another.
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