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A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire, book no. 2)

7 Ratings: 4.0
A book by George R.R. Martin

How does he do it?George R.R. Martin's high fantasy weaves a spell sufficient to seduce even those who vowed never to start a doorstopper fantasy series again (the first book--A Game of Thrones--runs over 700 pages).A Clash of Kingsis longer and … see full wiki

Author: George R.R. Martin
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher: Bantam
3 reviews about A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire,...
review by . June 16, 2011
In this second volume of the series (which I began because the quality of the recent HBO series enthralled me), George R. R. Martin carries his tale of discord, violence, magic and collapse in Westeros (the land of the Seven Kingdoms) forward from Book I. This is a huge story with no sign of its ending yet at hand (there are at least three more equally fat books to go). The incredible length and the complexity of the story line are finally beginning to weigh on me though.    I …
review by . August 20, 2008
Clash of Kings continues with the president GRRM set in Game of Thrones and expands on certain plot aspects while leaving others in the proverbial dust.    To begin this review, let's assume that you've read Game of Thrones and understand the unique method whereby GRRM weaves his tale. Again in Clash of Kings (COK), the reader is carried along on a grandiose prose through the various characters involved (some more directly than others) by each being given their own chapter.   &nbs …
review by . July 16, 2001
"A Clash of Kings" got me through two long airplane trips in steerage class, plus several sleepless nights when I was trapped in a noisy Roman hotel with sixty Episcopalian choir boys.For that I am grateful.I won't admit to being addicted to Martin's epic medieval war fantasy, but I've already started Volume III,"A Storm of Swords," from his projected six-volume series, "A Song of Ice and Fire."After finishing "A Game of Thrones (Volume I)," I wasn't sure how the author was going to extend his story …
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