A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1)

The story concept and character progressions are what make this a great series. I’m still going to give it a good rating 3/5, but a lot of the time there is unneeded dialogue and drawn out situations. Another problem I had with the series is that they add too many characters and give them each their own chapters and story lines. Some characters are boring to read, but all serve a purpose and show a much needed point of view in the grand scheme of things. The novels and the show are perfectly synced together, but the problem is they both face the same problems of unneeded situations. I recommend this series, but don’t believe it is the incredible hyped up super series that many people are saying it is.

Joe Reyes

 

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2 thoughts on “A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1)

  1. I’m not going to argue with you on your rating, but what you might consider boring or an unneeded chapter might be the most important point of reference in a later book. There are plot elements in the series that are very slow burns.

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    • joereyes3 says:

      I could understand that. some characters you need to flow the story over more or plan for the future. but im trying to be an author and make sure that ever character i put in has a purpose and is more than a mere character to show some story. i like for every character i use to be interesting and be able to create for themselves

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