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A Clash of Kings: Book 2 of a Song of Ice and Fire | Paperback

Author: George R. R. Martin | Format: Paperback

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  A clash of kings - A dash of great things....

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Couldn't put this down, final 200 pages were non stop excitement and at the end of each chapter I felt that I just had to know what came next......so many twists and turns. moving onto to book 3 part 1, can't wait!

  like like like!

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Just finished reading the book, lots of twists n turns, shocking moments and sad, written cleverly... So far the first two books have been an excellent read I definately recommend!!!

  Why did I not buy these books sooner!?

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The second title in 'A song of ice and fire' and another great. At no point in this book have i been bored or destracted, they are just so enthralling and you can't help but want more. Strongly recommended.

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  The Crown belongs to Martin

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The 2nd Book in the 'The Song of Ice and Fire' Series. The 1st book sets the scene in the 7 Kingdoms with challengers to the throne. A Clash of Kings is what it says and is an awesome read, developing characters and interweaving their paths intelligently.

I have just finished reading the 4th Book (Storm of Swords: Blood & Gold) and I am absolutely hooked. They really do get so gripping, I am scoring this 5 stars because they are all equally excellent, but now so much has happened it is captivating to read on.

Hopefully one day this series will be finished and made into a film epic like Lord of the Rings. I may implode if that happens because it is simply awesome.

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