A Song Of Fire And Ice Analysis

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A Song of Fire and Ice “A Clash of Kings,” is the second installment to the “A Song of Fire and Ice,” series. The author, George R. R. Martin has written a total of seven books in this series. Martin has expressed feelings and similar situations to the audience, using a variety of characters. The characters’ help preserve the reader’s commitment to the books, and wish for the series to never end. Unfortunately, we all know that he won’t be able to keep writing the series, but are grateful to be able to read and relate with the characters within the story. In addition to the first book of Game of Thrones, we experienced the hardships of the other houses, trying to get the Iron Throne. The first book in the series, primarily involved the story of King Robert Baratheon and Eddard Stark. In the first book, tragedy struck and carried on into the second book “A Clash of Kings”. Except in the second book, the violence has escalated to a new level and the sufferings the characters have to deal with. As a matter of fact, the main plot in the book, concerns with the problems of Robb Stark. Robb Stark is Eddard Stark’s oldest son. After tragedy occurred at King’s Landing, Robb promised his people that he will get revenge for his late father. He was determined to make sure that the Lannister’s reign will end and that they will be distant from the Iron Throne. Of course other characters in the first book will make a reappearance in the second book, but their stories will also help
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