A Game of Thrones

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Published in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of George R. R. Martin's landmark series, this lavishly illustrated special edition of A Game of Thrones-with gorgeous full-page illustrations in every chapter-revitalizes the fantasy masterpiece that became a cultural phenomenon. In a land where summers can last decades and winters a lifetime, trouble is brewing. The cold is returning, and in the frozen wastes to the North of Winterfell, sinister and supernatural forces are massing beyond the kingdom's ...

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Alan D

May 21, 2016

what do you expect?

when you buy a hardback book? something about 9x6? surprise! this "hardback" is 4.5 x 6. a paperback size with hardcovers. it seems a bit dishonest to sell this as a hardback without disclosing it's paperback size.

Marcy K

Jun 13, 2014

A Game of Thrones

Purchased books and videos for my son, He loves them!

Emily D

Jun 6, 2013

Meh....maybe Clash of Kings is better

I'm always one who enjoys the books more than their television/movie counterparts; but this is one of those rare occasions where I'd rather just watch the show. I'm sure the second book is better since this is just the introductory book, but I found myself getting bored with the text, it's not as engrossing as I thought it would be.

Paula W

Sep 15, 2011

Royal Adventure

Great plot....awesome characters...always interesting...Fantasy fiction at its best!Royal

Ellyb

Aug 7, 2011

A staple of a good fantasy library

I have been a sci fi and fantasy reader for years, but somehow this series escaped my attention until a couple of years ago. It should practically be required reading for aspiring fantasy authors; THIS is how you build a world and its politics believably. THIS is how you develop characters. THIS is how you introduce supernatural events without your readers rolling their eyes. Martin has incredible attention to detail. The experience of delving into his books is rich and utterly engrossing. I had read other reviews that mentioned how political this series is, and that gave me pause, but Martin manages to keep the book from ever being bogged down because of it; rather, the political aspects lend the story its hint of mystery and suspense. The game of thrones is a bloody one. Start this series if you have a few months to commit, because once you get involved in this world, you won't be able to NOT care about the characters and their struggles. Highly recommended.

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