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"Power resides where men believe it resides, no more and no less."
A Clash of Kings picks up shortly after where The Game of Thrones ends, where there was one King ruling the Westeros before now there are Five Kings battling it out for the right to sit on the Iron Throne
The story is bleak and dismal and continues to be so, I have learned to sit back and enjoy reading and see how the story develops instead of setting my heart on certain characters after the first book. Who know when Martin decides to kill someone?
Where in the first book of the series Martin introduces us to this complex world of westeros, in A Clash of Kings he focuses more on the character building. I came to appreciate Martin's storytelling with each page I read, the world building, the characters, so many details, descriptions, back stories, the politics, you'll just get lost in the story
The book did drag at times and it was hard to keep on reading. Although I wished that the book was a couple hundred pages short, I was hooked on the story and had to know what happens next
I have put off reading this book for years as the length of the book was intimidating but once I started I haven't been able to stop reading
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