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Order the Game of Thrones books written by George R. R. Martin, a complete set of seven from A Song of Ice and Fire series. It is a contemporary fantasy tale in the instalments of five namely – A Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords and A Feast for Crows. The rest three include A Dance with Dragons and the forthcoming The Winds of Winter and A dream of Spring.

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    1. The Game of Thrones Books from George R R Martin If you have still not read the famous A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series from George R. R. Martin, then you are surely missing out on something. Something that may keep you hooked from beginning till the end of every book you finish. First published in the year 1996, the book gives an account of events from different points of view. The whole set of A Song of Ice and Fire includes titles – A Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords and A Feast for Crows. In addition, A Dance with Dragons with the forthcoming The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring are last in the instalments. The story plays around themes of family, honour and duty that are often in conflict with the noble qualities. Here, the battle of good versus evil is fought by the individual decisions of human heart. Tale of Seven Kingdoms and a Heir Central to the contemporary fantasy epic is the Lannisters and Starks conflict and the series describes points of view from both sides. The multiple viewpoints portrayed in the story along with their sense of self-justification lead to the greyness of characters. Three main stories interconnect giving rise to a dynastic war between families to control Westeros and the growing threat from supernatural powers in the

    2. northernmost region. And, the two collide with the aim of Daenerys Targaryen to assume the throne. Thematic Treatment and Three Plots It is an assortment of subjective perspectives which confront the reader with less chance of their own survival. The series raises questions on pride, loyalty, morality of violence and human sexuality. The tale starts with the Seven Kingdoms in Westeros which were united under the first lordship of the Aegon I who founded the Targaryen dynasty. He is succeeded by King Robert who dies leading to a civil war between five kings. Here, another plotline of the Wall joins with the chaos in Westeros. The rising power of the Wall is then curbed by the last Targaryen heir of Seven Kingdoms, Daenerys. The prospective scion has no memory of her relation with the powerful Targaryen family but slowly comes to know of her background. She rises from her ambitions to become an intelligent and an independent ruler with help from the gift of three dragons. These dragons do not only symbolise her bloodline but also become the devastating weapons of a raging war. The fiction is set twelve thousand years back in the ancient times when the seasons last long. Go to the nearby bookstore or order online to have your copy of the fantastic novel from George R. R. Martin. Article Reference - http://www.blogher.com/read-game-thrones-books-george-r-r-martin