Author Martin's Book
A Game of Thrones
Westeros is ruled by a drunken king, Robert, who is surrounded by treachery. He sends for his old friend, Ned Stark, to come be his new second in command, or Hand. When Ned arrives he investigates the mysterious death of the previous Hand, and becomes involved in the Game of Thrones. Ned's bastard son leaves for the Wall to protect the realm from the Others in the North. As he finally finds a place were he is accepted, he becomes assistant to the Com...
A Storm of Swords
Martin has transport us back to Seven Kingdoms, a beautiful land torn with brutal warfare, sinister intrigues and terrible dark magic. Three kings still struggle for power: King Joffey, a spoil and cruel boy who holds the irone throne, King Robb of the north and King Stannis. All scheming and struggles for power will come to naught because barbaric wildings are planning to overrun the kingdom and most terrifying of all an army of the undead are po...
Clash of Kings
In this book you have four people competing to be king of a kngdom known as the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. All feel they are intitled to the throne and are at war over the idea . The book brings into play their lives and the lives that the war touches and gives great narrative of these accounts....
One of the best sf short stories I have read, ex-college jounalism instructor George R.R. Martin proves with 'The Sandkings' that teachers of writing can do as well as teach. He won the Nebula Best Novelette of 1979 with this work, and it has been anthologised by sf doyen Frank Herbert (Nebula Winners 15). A powerful tale, it has been admired by top writers in the genre for its effectiveness and economical technique. This dark morality play has an unf...
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