A Song Of Ice And Fire Summary

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A Song of Ice and Fire is a series of epic fantasies written by "the American Tolkien" George R. R. Martin. The story takes place on a fictional world which consists of several continents with a multiple of faiths. R.R.Martin sets the seven kingdom in a fantasy world which bears huge geographical resemblances to the Europe continent and shares comparable histories with England during the Wars of the Roses. The core of the plot develops around a strong struggle for the power and sovereignty. Three predominant interlaced conflicts reveal through the five already published volumes are: a dynastic war among several families jockeying for the power of Iron Throne ; the rising ominous and unnoticed threat of the Inhuman but humanoid "Others " from…show more content…
Heroes are dead, two great warriors have left, what follows is the six factions struggling to take control of a divided land through tempests, turmoils, marriages and wars. Outside the Great Wall, the difficult situation faced by the Night’s Watch still does not have any sign for the better with constant harassment and disappearance. In the North, the lords proclaim Robb, Lord Eddard Stark’s son, King in the North, known as “the young wolf” to his enemies. The King’s Langing is covered by intrigue and death under Joffrey and his mother Cersei Lannister’s reign. The House of Lannister is experiencing the internal conflicts towards this unprecedented period. However, Robert’s two brothers, Renly, crowned by his newly-marriaged wife’s family, the Highgarden and Stannis who convert his belief to “Lord of light”, seize the moments to claim their dominion and turn against each other. The defeated Hose Greyjoy once again burns with the overwhelming ambition to conquest the North. In the far east, the Mother of Dragons, being exiled by her husband’s tribe, crossing a hard dessert to win back the crown. This is a story of “incest and fratricide, alchemy and murder”.[此句为引用]Victory goes to the coldest hearts, here comes the cash of
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