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Verfall bedroht die Sieben Königreiche, der Sohn der dunklen Königin Cersei tritt nach dem Tod von Robert Baratheon dessen Nachfolge an. Doch auch der finstere Stannis und der charismatische Renly Baratheon, die beiden Brüder Roberts, erheben Ansprüche auf die Krone... Die königliche Gemahlin reißt die Macht immer mehr an sich unddroht nicht nur Lord Eddard Stark und seine Verfall bedroht die Sieben Königreiche, der Sohn der dunklen Königin Cersei tritt nach dem Tod von Robert Baratheon dessen Nachfolge an. Doch auch der finstere Stannis und der charismatische Renly Baratheon, die beiden Brüder Roberts, erheben Ansprüche auf die Krone... Die königliche Gemahlin reißt die Macht immer mehr an sich unddroht nicht nur Lord Eddard Stark und seiner Familie zu schädigen. Verfall bedroht die Sieben Königreiche. Der Sohn der dunklen Königin Cersei tritt nach dem Tod von Robert Baratheon dessen Nachfolge an. Doch auch der finstere Stannis und der charismatische Renly Baratheon, die beiden Brüder Roberts, erheben Ansprüche auf die Krone. Und Robb Stark, König im Norden, will sich für den Tod seines Vaters rächen und seine Schwester vom Hofe Joffreys befreien. Unterdessen züchtet Daenerys, die im Exil lebende jetzt rechtmäßige Thronerbin, drei Drachen heran, und grässliche Kreaturen streifen im Verwunschenem Wald umher...


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Verfall bedroht die Sieben Königreiche, der Sohn der dunklen Königin Cersei tritt nach dem Tod von Robert Baratheon dessen Nachfolge an. Doch auch der finstere Stannis und der charismatische Renly Baratheon, die beiden Brüder Roberts, erheben Ansprüche auf die Krone... Die königliche Gemahlin reißt die Macht immer mehr an sich unddroht nicht nur Lord Eddard Stark und seine Verfall bedroht die Sieben Königreiche, der Sohn der dunklen Königin Cersei tritt nach dem Tod von Robert Baratheon dessen Nachfolge an. Doch auch der finstere Stannis und der charismatische Renly Baratheon, die beiden Brüder Roberts, erheben Ansprüche auf die Krone... Die königliche Gemahlin reißt die Macht immer mehr an sich unddroht nicht nur Lord Eddard Stark und seiner Familie zu schädigen. Verfall bedroht die Sieben Königreiche. Der Sohn der dunklen Königin Cersei tritt nach dem Tod von Robert Baratheon dessen Nachfolge an. Doch auch der finstere Stannis und der charismatische Renly Baratheon, die beiden Brüder Roberts, erheben Ansprüche auf die Krone. Und Robb Stark, König im Norden, will sich für den Tod seines Vaters rächen und seine Schwester vom Hofe Joffreys befreien. Unterdessen züchtet Daenerys, die im Exil lebende jetzt rechtmäßige Thronerbin, drei Drachen heran, und grässliche Kreaturen streifen im Verwunschenem Wald umher...

30 review for A Game of Thrones pt.2 (A Song of Ice and Fire, #2) del

  1. 4 out of 5

    Roy Lotz

    Here is part 2 of the German translation of A Game of Thrones (for some reason the translators broke all the original volumes in half, perhaps just to make a bit more money). I cannot say I have much to add from my last review. The writing is at a good difficulty-level for me: understandable, but still challenging. Once again, I was struck by how cinematographic Martin’s style is. Since he breaks every character arc into little scenes—each one filled with action—it makes the book much longer than Here is part 2 of the German translation of A Game of Thrones (for some reason the translators broke all the original volumes in half, perhaps just to make a bit more money). I cannot say I have much to add from my last review. The writing is at a good difficulty-level for me: understandable, but still challenging. Once again, I was struck by how cinematographic Martin’s style is. Since he breaks every character arc into little scenes—each one filled with action—it makes the book much longer than it would be if another author had written it. Martin virtually always shows rather than tells, leaving little to narration (or imagination). This style works well in our visually-saturated culture, where literature must emulate television if it is to become popular; but it also makes for an awful lot of girth. For the moment I plan on continuing down this road, since the read is pleasant and the story is familiar. But will I reach the end?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Constanze Zietz

    This was an amazing sequel to the first book of the "Game of Thrones" series and I loved it. The second book is, in my opinion, much more darker as the first one (in which you basically get to know the main characters and their roles) as the story starts to develope into power struggles, fights, betrayal and war. The story continues right where it left of in book one and the different plots are starting to connect and fall into places. One great part of this Series: expect the unexpected - you r This was an amazing sequel to the first book of the "Game of Thrones" series and I loved it. The second book is, in my opinion, much more darker as the first one (in which you basically get to know the main characters and their roles) as the story starts to develope into power struggles, fights, betrayal and war. The story continues right where it left of in book one and the different plots are starting to connect and fall into places. One great part of this Series: expect the unexpected - you really don't see certain major happenings coming which makes it even more fun to read and sometimes left me hanging with a big questionmark (and I am only at the second book). All in all: It did not take long for me being addicted and in love with some characters and I can only recommend the series to anyone who loves fantasy!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nora Eliana | Papertea & Bookflowers

    It took forever and always for me to finish this book. But I finally did. Time to celebrate! I switched between the English original and the German translations (Because honestly, it's just so much more satisfying to finish two huge books than one tiny one.) Halfway, or so, through this book, I hit a mayor reading slump because of it. I already watched the show, so I knew what would happen and when there is a moment where everything could still turn to good and everything goes wrong ... I just c It took forever and always for me to finish this book. But I finally did. Time to celebrate! I switched between the English original and the German translations (Because honestly, it's just so much more satisfying to finish two huge books than one tiny one.) Halfway, or so, through this book, I hit a mayor reading slump because of it. I already watched the show, so I knew what would happen and when there is a moment where everything could still turn to good and everything goes wrong ... I just couldn't. Also, Ned with his fuckin' honor! Like, be honorable, but do you really have to be so stupid as to assume everybody operates at your high standards? Really?? (I've developed a serious allergy against honorable stupidity, sorry) Tyrion's chapters are always a plus, though. I need way more of those ones, please! And Daenerys is also cool to read about. I really don't like Catelyn, but her chapters are okay to read. Normally I don't have a problem with switching perspectives, but this is so frequent and sometimes at points where I'm all like: No, not now! But oh well. Oh and sometimes things are very weirdly phrased .. is that only the translation? Or is that only me? Despite my trouble reading this book, I do appreciate it and do plan to continue. Though not right away. But the end of the book did redeem it a lot which I'm very glad for! I was already ready to accept defeat and declare to only watch the tv show (Blasphemy!) but now I will continue in true bookworm fashion (well, almost .. since I did watch the first 6 seasons already ... shame on me)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ying Ying

    This is the second tome of the German translation for "A Game of Thrones", and I enjoyed it much more than the first part. The scenes were much more engrossing, especially given that after having read the first half, I was familiar with the characters. It is a pity that the books are not self-containing, but I suppose that means that I'll have to keep on reading George R.R. Martin's books to know how the story develops. This is the second tome of the German translation for "A Game of Thrones", and I enjoyed it much more than the first part. The scenes were much more engrossing, especially given that after having read the first half, I was familiar with the characters. It is a pity that the books are not self-containing, but I suppose that means that I'll have to keep on reading George R.R. Martin's books to know how the story develops.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ana

    Not as good as the first half of A Game of Thrones but still a great book! I wish I could have seen a bit more of my favorites characters on this book - especially Arya - but I guess that for the story to make sense it had to focus more on other events. Although some parts were kind of predictable – mainly who was going to be killed off and the decisions that were made by some of the characters – I still enjoyed them. I really liked the development that Tyrion went through on this book and the fac Not as good as the first half of A Game of Thrones but still a great book! I wish I could have seen a bit more of my favorites characters on this book - especially Arya - but I guess that for the story to make sense it had to focus more on other events. Although some parts were kind of predictable – mainly who was going to be killed off and the decisions that were made by some of the characters – I still enjoyed them. I really liked the development that Tyrion went through on this book and the fact that we got to know him a little better and his relationship with his family; I love how he’s not afraid to speak his mind and to be sarcastic and sassy towards others – definitely a great character! Another character that, in my opinion, stood out on this book was Daenarys Targaryen; she took me by surprise and I actually started to admire her willpower, her determination and her strength. I’ll be looking forward to see what she’ll do on the next book. I really liked the way the characters grew; the way they reacted to certain events and how they dealt with their emotions was amazing and it actually gave them a lot more depth. Great book and a must read!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cátia

    I saw the tv show first and sometimes ruins the pleasure of discovering the plots, characters intentions or mysteries. The book is worth reading anyway because the writing is engaging. I love the chapters of Sansa is great to see her grow and change. Tyrion is such a clever person but with his father we can see how he just wants his approval and love. Jon is fighting with himself - honor or family. Robb we know how strong he is, like his father, a child who needs to become a man and we follow as I saw the tv show first and sometimes ruins the pleasure of discovering the plots, characters intentions or mysteries. The book is worth reading anyway because the writing is engaging. I love the chapters of Sansa is great to see her grow and change. Tyrion is such a clever person but with his father we can see how he just wants his approval and love. Jon is fighting with himself - honor or family. Robb we know how strong he is, like his father, a child who needs to become a man and we follow as he fights for his home and family. Brandon and Arya have the same dream of becoming knights and their mother is a strong woman. Daenerys is being manipulated by her brother, everything she does she thinks in him and then there is her husband. She is the one who changes in personality the most. In the end the dragons will born and I like the scene that was made in the tv show because well, in the book is really a strange and awkward moment. They really became her babies, literally.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Loved this. I was able to read this in three sittings and I usually need way longer for such a long book, so yeah. It was such a quick and yet extremely complex read. My favourite characters are definitely Tyrion, Daenerys and Jon Snow.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rita Teixeira

    Uni put me in a reading slump last month so I didn't enjoy this as much as I should have. The writing style and world-building was amazing of course but it was a slow reading. I'm going to take a break from this series for a couple of months and start again during the summer break. Uni put me in a reading slump last month so I didn't enjoy this as much as I should have. The writing style and world-building was amazing of course but it was a slow reading. I'm going to take a break from this series for a couple of months and start again during the summer break.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Diana

    And I thought Kings and Queens stuff weren't my thing. How wrong I was! I planned reading the book before watching the series, but, obviously I was too addicted to the show, but even after finishing season one and being aware of what will happen, reading it was even better! My favorite chapters are, by far, the chapters narrated through Arya's point of view - she's my favorite since the very beginning. The POV chapters of Ned, Jon and Tyrion were also a pleasure to read; like I said before, the c And I thought Kings and Queens stuff weren't my thing. How wrong I was! I planned reading the book before watching the series, but, obviously I was too addicted to the show, but even after finishing season one and being aware of what will happen, reading it was even better! My favorite chapters are, by far, the chapters narrated through Arya's point of view - she's my favorite since the very beginning. The POV chapters of Ned, Jon and Tyrion were also a pleasure to read; like I said before, the conversations/interactions between Ned and Littlefinger were fantastic! I feel very intrigued by Varys and Baelish, it's very interesting to read them. About Sansa - to be honest I didn't like her at all in the beginning of the book/show, but my opinion as definitely changed; the Sansa I like started to appear by the end of the book and reading her POV chapters became more and more interesting, my favorite chapter of hers is her last chapter in this book - it.blew.my.mind. I saw it on the show, but in the book it's so so cool. Can't wait to read more of her in 'A Clash of Kings'. Catelyn's chapters, on the other hand, were a bit hard for me to go through them. Honestly, I was bored every time a chapter of hers came up, so I really hope they get better. Bran's chapters were interesting specially because of his dreams and his fascination with the Children of the Forest (I'm really really intrigued with this story, hope to hear more from it). And Daenerys, yes okay to read, but not really that fascinated about her, to be honest, but we'll see. Still pissed because of Ned Stark, he was a very interesting character to read and I already miss him!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Franziska

    Starting the "A Game of Thrones"- book series written by George R.R. Martin I was curious about whether it would come any close to the TV series... I'm generally much more likely to sympathize with books as it's always up to the reader to let the written word create a distinctive but at the very same time also personally biased scenery filled with the most different protagonists in his/her head... and to be honest it's the same for me with this book as well, it's way more intense than anything t Starting the "A Game of Thrones"- book series written by George R.R. Martin I was curious about whether it would come any close to the TV series... I'm generally much more likely to sympathize with books as it's always up to the reader to let the written word create a distinctive but at the very same time also personally biased scenery filled with the most different protagonists in his/her head... and to be honest it's the same for me with this book as well, it's way more intense than anything that is purely visualised could ever be... I couldn't be more satisfied with George R.R. Martin's way to build worlds and characters...I was quite into the Fantasy genre when I was younger (it's actually rare that I sit down and get myself lost in a book now) but I wouldn't say that this one is a typical example for this sector. The main difficulty is to get into the whole thing... lots of names are used and the events change more than quickly which could actually arouse confusion on the reader's side... at the very same time it's kinda fascinating to see the very same thing from other people's point of view the book focusses on people's emotions and their past which almost plays a key role as the main motivation for their overall actions... things that are actually very interesting especially seen from a psychological point of view... the turnarounds in the plot cannot be foreseen so it remains exciting until the very last page as it's harsh, disenchanting and characterized by the basic instincts of the human race. I highly recommend reading this book before or while watching the TV series as it explains things way better and gives you the aha-experience in some places.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Thestorytaylor

    Uau! That is all i can say. Uau! When you think it can't get any better, it does. Here in Portugal, A Game Of Thrones is divided into two books. The first is called A Game Of Thrones, and the second one is The Ice Wall. But i will review it as one book alone, like it was meant to be. If you want to watch the video review, fell free to take a look at my chanell. http://www.youtube.com/user/TheStoryT... First of all, my congratulations to George R. R. Martin, for creating a world so vivid, realistic Uau! That is all i can say. Uau! When you think it can't get any better, it does. Here in Portugal, A Game Of Thrones is divided into two books. The first is called A Game Of Thrones, and the second one is The Ice Wall. But i will review it as one book alone, like it was meant to be. If you want to watch the video review, fell free to take a look at my chanell. http://www.youtube.com/user/TheStoryT... First of all, my congratulations to George R. R. Martin, for creating a world so vivid, realistic and detailed that actually makes us feel like we are there, amongst the blood and carnage, the love, the loss, the hope and the backstabing. The plot is absolutelly fabulous, with so many twists and turns that had me gasping fo air. The characters are so detailed that you actually begin to relate to them as if you know them. Main characters, villains and antagonists alike. The world building was, to my eyes, perfect. I could imagine myself living in Winterfell, guarding the ice cold Wall or riding horseback with the Dothraki. It is not a book for the faint of heart. It,s violent, graphic and very sexy, if you know what i mean (Wink, wink), but that only adds to the beauty of it. To me, it was five stars all the way. What did you guys think of it?

  12. 4 out of 5

    André

    As has been said, this is a story with a bit of everything you can see in epic fantasy: magic, mystery, adventure and romance. But it is the intrigue that transforms the first part of The Song of Ice and Fire from another high fantasy book that runs after Tolkien to an amazing work of art by itself (I hate those typical comments on the back cover: "this is the best thing since Tolkien" or " the book that overshadowed Harry Potter"). It is a story about kings and former kings or their heirs, fait As has been said, this is a story with a bit of everything you can see in epic fantasy: magic, mystery, adventure and romance. But it is the intrigue that transforms the first part of The Song of Ice and Fire from another high fantasy book that runs after Tolkien to an amazing work of art by itself (I hate those typical comments on the back cover: "this is the best thing since Tolkien" or " the book that overshadowed Harry Potter"). It is a story about kings and former kings or their heirs, faithful servants, mercenaries and betrayers and other humanoid creatures not yet understood. Told from a lot of point of views, each chapter is narrated by a different character, in a different place, with very different information. By the end of this part, while you are trying to predict what will happen now (you can't help not to), you peer into the preview of the next part offered in this edition and you feel like running to the bookshop to read it immediately. This is the second part of the first book in the series - A Game of Thrones. I recommend this book to fantasy fans, but mostly to those that enjoy politics and conspiracy.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Morevna

    I really start to love this book series. This part was rather fast paced, interesting, and definitely laid the path for what is to come. (view spoiler)[DRAGONS! YAY! I love Daenerys' babies. And poor, poor Khal Drogo. (hide spoiler)] I loved to see more of the relationship between Daenerys' and Khal Drogo, who really grew together as a couple. And Arya Stark's path towards the tough, resilient person we get to love is starting here, too. Cersei and Joffrey are also starting to show their true co I really start to love this book series. This part was rather fast paced, interesting, and definitely laid the path for what is to come. (view spoiler)[DRAGONS! YAY! I love Daenerys' babies. And poor, poor Khal Drogo. (hide spoiler)] I loved to see more of the relationship between Daenerys' and Khal Drogo, who really grew together as a couple. And Arya Stark's path towards the tough, resilient person we get to love is starting here, too. Cersei and Joffrey are also starting to show their true colors - awful, horrible colors. (view spoiler)[But I still love Cersei. She's one hell of a woman and would do anything, anything to protect her family and her lover/brother. Joffrey, though, is just terrible. Yuck. Which I didn't expect was the almost soft side of Sandor Clegane/the Hound. (hide spoiler)] (view spoiler)[And we get to see more of what fans would call George R. R. Martin's speciality: death of characters we started to love. Better don't start to love anyone because, chances are, Martin is going to kill them. (hide spoiler)]

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ariana

    Starting on why I didn't give this 5 stars: The writing is not so good. Sometimes it doesn't flow, the descriptions are boring and the way events are described doesn't make the reader feel empathy with the characters. Also, way too many characters. Why I want to know the names of people who don't even appear in the book I wonder. Also, the skipping of one character to another's POV gets deeply irritating at times. Why I really got to enjoy the book: Pure epicness. Daenerys Targaryen! (view spoiler)[D Starting on why I didn't give this 5 stars: The writing is not so good. Sometimes it doesn't flow, the descriptions are boring and the way events are described doesn't make the reader feel empathy with the characters. Also, way too many characters. Why I want to know the names of people who don't even appear in the book I wonder. Also, the skipping of one character to another's POV gets deeply irritating at times. Why I really got to enjoy the book: Pure epicness. Daenerys Targaryen! (view spoiler)[Dragons! (hide spoiler)] Amazing intrigue and plot. The TV series. It's definitely a boost as a companionship to the reading. Otherwise, I think I might have got lost and with no patience to follow the book to its end.

  15. 5 out of 5

    David

    Part II of The Game of Thrones was definitely more interesting than the first part. I've now a more clear idea which characters I like and which I don't....and the only one I know really truly loath is Sansa. It's the only character that manages happy every time Jeoffrey has her beaten. She really deserves what she got and I hope she ends with her head in a spike next to her fathers. On another curious note, Robb became a much more interesting character and I really love Danny. Part II of The Game of Thrones was definitely more interesting than the first part. I've now a more clear idea which characters I like and which I don't....and the only one I know really truly loath is Sansa. It's the only character that manages happy every time Jeoffrey has her beaten. She really deserves what she got and I hope she ends with her head in a spike next to her fathers. On another curious note, Robb became a much more interesting character and I really love Danny.

  16. 4 out of 5

    CJ

    I enjoyed the first book and this one as well, although I have some reservations. The way he changes point of view with every chapter can be jarring, as you are yanked out of one head and thrust into another. I will leave final comments until the series ends, which, based on the pacing of the other entries in this series, could be many years.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    Of course had to download part II right after finishing part I. While I did enjoy the book, there were times I skimmed the various battle scenes and troop maneuvers. I also began to realize that this is not a series where you can root for any characters as he puts all characters on the chopping block (some literally).

  18. 5 out of 5

    Joana

    Like normally from George r r Martin the book is amazingly packed with intricate stories and characters and is an incredible read. I found myself screaming at the characters contless times however since I've seen the show and know by that the basic plot- and what will come of their decisions. Somewhat frustrating if you already know the story but incredible non the less. Like normally from George r r Martin the book is amazingly packed with intricate stories and characters and is an incredible read. I found myself screaming at the characters contless times however since I've seen the show and know by that the basic plot- and what will come of their decisions. Somewhat frustrating if you already know the story but incredible non the less.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nelson

    It is one of those times when I'm a bit sad that I was spoiled by the TV series. The way this book ends automatically compels/forces you to start reading the next one immediately after. It is addictive! I've only read two of them so far but I'm enjoying every bit of the story. Even if you saw the TV series like I did, you should read this. It is even better than watching the show. It is one of those times when I'm a bit sad that I was spoiled by the TV series. The way this book ends automatically compels/forces you to start reading the next one immediately after. It is addictive! I've only read two of them so far but I'm enjoying every bit of the story. Even if you saw the TV series like I did, you should read this. It is even better than watching the show.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marko Požarnik

    What a waste of time :-( I haven't watched any of parts from Game of Thrones and now I know why. I am usually able to find something positive in every book but this book is an exception. I haven't learnt anything new and it hasn't moved me in any way. Just a long story with tons of characters with nothing interesting happening. Don't waste your time and rather read some other book. What a waste of time :-( I haven't watched any of parts from Game of Thrones and now I know why. I am usually able to find something positive in every book but this book is an exception. I haven't learnt anything new and it hasn't moved me in any way. Just a long story with tons of characters with nothing interesting happening. Don't waste your time and rather read some other book.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Veronika Iris

    Again, a very enjoyable read. I love the world building which is just GLORIOUS and compelling and rich, and the plot is really exciting because there's always so much happening. I also care deeply about some of the characters (especially Jon and Sansa) and I constantly fear for them. I can't wait to read more. Again, a very enjoyable read. I love the world building which is just GLORIOUS and compelling and rich, and the plot is really exciting because there's always so much happening. I also care deeply about some of the characters (especially Jon and Sansa) and I constantly fear for them. I can't wait to read more.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Oliver

    I'm not a big fan of season 8 (to put it mildly) so going back to the roots is pretty refreshing. GRRMs worldbuilding is superb. And it'll be fun to see at which point his storylines really start to differ from the series. I'm not a big fan of season 8 (to put it mildly) so going back to the roots is pretty refreshing. GRRMs worldbuilding is superb. And it'll be fun to see at which point his storylines really start to differ from the series.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Pomello

    High pace! Deep plot! It's going better and better! High pace! Deep plot! It's going better and better!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    Ive been reading the books and watching the miniseries. I like the books but would rather that they not be so long. The next one is 1215 pages.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Stephan Lengl

    Very captivating. Can't wait to read the next volume. Very captivating. Can't wait to read the next volume.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Toto

    Love it !!!

  27. 5 out of 5

    ana

    So many twists and turns! I really felt like I was there, felling everything with the characters... ugh I can't wait to read the third book! So many twists and turns! I really felt like I was there, felling everything with the characters... ugh I can't wait to read the third book!

  28. 5 out of 5

    neuromancer

    Despite a few minor quirks here and there a thoroughly entertaining read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    a communist

    It was quite good. Sometimes it was boring or was just taking very long to finish. Apart from that it was really good.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Filipa Marques

    3,5/5 Well I think i did not enjoy it as much since I left it half read for a year... Probably lost some info which made the reading process a bit harder. This got really slow 1/3-1/2 in, which bored me a lot. Daenerys’ chapters were what kept me going, tbh, the true pearls of this book. Hope I like the third one better, going to try and start it as soon as possible!

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