A Game Of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One
Summary by Al Marztmill
WARNING: This is not the original book "Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin".Do not buy this summary if you are looking for a full copy of this great book, which can be found back on the Amazon search page.
Most people who are familiar with the fantasy genre of literature are already fans of the incomparable George Raymond Richard Martin. It's been nearly 2 decades since the release of his novel, A Game of Thrones and it remains one of the most popular high fantasies in recent memory. Winner of the 1997 Locus Award, A Game of Thrones is an epic tale about Eddard Stark, the ruler of a mystical land known as Winterfell.
Eddard, who is also known as Ned to his close associates, has to go and execute a deserter and his sons must accompany him on the journey. The plot thickens when a fellow ruler, King Robert, asks Ned to be the hand to the king, a political position with important responsibilities. King Robert's wife, Queen Cersei, is already suspected of tyranny and when Ned's son, Bran Stark sees her sleeping with her own twin brother, Jaime Lannister, Jaime realizes how dire the consequences would be if the secret relationship is found out. Jaime pushes Ned's son from a tower and the story really gets interesting because Bran survives the fall. With Bran in a coma and a deadly secret in his brain, the struggle to conceal the true level of tyranny and treachery begins. This book has the mile a minute, over the top kind of plot twists that would be expected from a daytime soap opera.
This is truly one of the best high fantasy novels in recent memory which is why it has been made into a series for HBO. Any fan of Fantasy should definitely give the eBook of the A Game of Thrones summary some serious consideration because it's one of the best reads in the genre in recent memory. The shorter summary covers the entire story, it costs less than the full book, and it can be read in a fraction of the time. Scroll up and grab a copy today