The Games Of Thrones By George R.r

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Introduction The Games of Thrones is a 1st book in ‘A song of Ice and Fire’. It is a fantastic adaptation of George R.R. Martin. The story of The Games of Thrones is original , multi-layered with lots of sub plots, and is non –formulaic. It is incredibly exciting ,joyful, suspenseful ,mysterious, and very unpredictable and there is no way for you to know what is going to happen in this novel. The story is also very violent . The characters are well developed and enjoyable whereas some characters are even clever and secretive. Unlike most fantasy books, Martin’s characters are not totally good or evil. His characters are also very personable so we can think of them as real people and can develop strong emotions towards them throughout the novel. Many of the characters in the novel The Games of Thrones are killed off and new ones appear throughout the novel. The title sequence consists of a three-dimensional map of the world, which includes the continents of Westeros and Essos, located on the inner surface of a sphere. At the center of the sphere is a light source, a sun surrounded by an astrolabe-like arrangement of rotating rings. The Game of Thrones is set in the SevenKingdoms of Westeros of Medieval Europe. Here in the novel The Games of Thrones we see that brothers plots against each other. George Raymond Richard Martin, an American novelist and a short story writer in the fantasy, horror fiction was born on September 20, 1948. Martin 's father was half Italian,
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