Full of drama and adventure, rage and lust, mystery and romance, George R.R. Martin’s ‘Game of Thrones: Song of Fire and Ice’ (Book I) is thought of as one of the crucial intriguing and greatest epic of the modern era. Set in 12, 000BC, the seasons in this epic change after decades and bring with them mystery and death. The epic opens with the winter season fast approaching; though the human are secure and protected within the protective ice Wall of the kingdom, winter has arose the deadly forces that are frequently threatening the identity of the mortal power.
In the first book replete with lust, rage, anger, betrayal and terror, two families take the central position: the Lannisters and the Starks. Will the good prevail over the worse? Or, is the scenario going to be much worse than ever? And, who is this new character Daenerys Targaryen? The adventurous tale of magic, power and supernatural forces promise to sway the readers off their feet till the end.
Published in 1996, the novel has received much critical acclaims, including the Ignotus Award, the Hugo Award and the Locus Award. It used to be also adapted into a famous TV-series by HBO.
About the writer:
George R.R. Martin: A professional author-producer in Hollywood, George R.R. Martin rose to fame with his epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire which has later been adapted by HBO into a famous tv series, Game of Thrones. George R.R. Martin has also been in the list of Time’s 100 Most Influential People on this planet.