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A Clash of Kings

Book 2 of A Song of Ice and Fire

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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

4.4
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Language:English | Number of Pages: 752 | Format: Hardcover | In other languages: (other languages) Spanish , Italian , Chi traditional

Isbn-10: 0007456344 | Isbn-13: 9780007456345 | Publish date: 

Also available as: Mass Market Paperback , Paperback , Audio Cassette , Softcover and Stapled , eBook , Audio CD , Others

Category: Family, Sex & Relationships , Fiction & Literature , Science Fiction & Fantasy

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Book Description
HBO's hit series A GAME OF THRONES is based on George R R Martin's internationally bestselling series A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE, the greatest fantasy epic of the modern age. A CLASH OF KINGS is the second volume in the series. A beautifully presented slipcased edition of A CLASH OF KINGS. The Iron Throne once united the Sunset Lands, but King Robert is dead, his widow is a traitor to his memory, and his surviving brothers are set on a path of war amongst themselves. At King's Landing, the head of Lord Eddard Stark rots on a spike for all to see. His daughter Sansa is betrothed still to his killer's son Joffrey - Queen Cersei's son, though not the son of her late husband Robert. Even so, Joffrey is now a boy-king, Cersei is his regent, and war is inevitable. In Dragonstone, Robert's brother Stannis has declared himself king, while his other brother Renly proclaims himself king at Storm's End - and Eddard Stark's fifteen year old son Robb wears the crown of the north at Winterfell. A comet in the night sky, red and malevolent, the colour of blood and flame, can only be an omen of murder and war. Stannis's child Princess Shireen dreams of dragons waking from stone.
And a white raven has brought word from the Citadel itself, foretelling summer's end. It has been the longest summer in living memory, lasting ten years, and the smallfolk say it means an even longer winter to come...The first rule of war is never give the enemy his wish. But winter will be the biggest enemy. From beyond the Wall the undead and Others clamour for freedom, and from beyond the sea the long-dead Dragon King's daughter hatches her revenge. Robb Stark will be exceedingly lucky to reach adulthood.
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    Voto: 3.5

    Meno bello del primo sicuramente: più lento e a tratti noiosetto, non succede granché e la parte finale della battaglia non è particolarmente interessante. Ci sono personaggi che non mi piacciono: Dan ...continue

    Meno bello del primo sicuramente: più lento e a tratti noiosetto, non succede granché e la parte finale della battaglia non è particolarmente interessante. Ci sono personaggi che non mi piacciono: Dany è davvero intuile e insopportabile, Theon è meschino, e la parte di Davos?Boh...
    Sto rivalutando Sansa ma per fortuna ci sono Tyrion e Arya...

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  • 4

    Ho preferito il primo perché qui mi sembra che lassituazione sia rimasta un po' statica. La suspance però rimane, con un paio di colpi di scena intetessanti!!!

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  • 3

    Per Il Regno dei Lupi: http://fogliderba.blogspot.it/2014/11/recensione-libro-il-trono-di-spade-il.html

    Per La Regina dei Draghi: http://fogliderba.blogspot.it/2015/01/recensione-libro-il-trono-di-spa ...continue

    Per Il Regno dei Lupi: http://fogliderba.blogspot.it/2014/11/recensione-libro-il-trono-di-spade-il.html

    Per La Regina dei Draghi: http://fogliderba.blogspot.it/2015/01/recensione-libro-il-trono-di-spade-la.html

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  • 4

    E' un po' più lento rispetto al primo volume, ma rimane comunque una bellissima storia. La parte finale ti lascia una scarica di adrenalina addosso incredibile!

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