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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 pace lessens somewhat, but the twists keep coming

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After the events of the 1st book, naturally everyone of it's characters needs to take a short break, this happens as we re-introduce ourselves back into the world, Eddard Stark is dead, his son is king in the north, and many relations of the also lost King Robert vie for the southern throne, and control of the seven seas, this is the novel where the focus starts to come a little less off the starks and more onto the lannisters, a bold approach but it largely succedes, as the starks try to re-build and the lannisters begin to take control of matters (i'm sure the Baratheon's might have something to say though about this) this novel mainly is a building block for the coming 2 part storm of swords and a lot of the characters seem to be travelling and the author is building their characters up with this, strong addition but the next 2 novels will pick up the pace greatly

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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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