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This first volume in the hugely popular and highly acclaimed epic fantasy series A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE is unabridged and split into two parts. Now a major Sky Atlantic TV series from HBO, starring Sean Bean. Summers span decades. Winter can last a lifetime. And the struggle for the Iron Throne has begun. It will stretch from the south, where heat breeds plot, lusts and in This first volume in the hugely popular and highly acclaimed epic fantasy series A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE is unabridged and split into two parts. Now a major Sky Atlantic TV series from HBO, starring Sean Bean. Summers span decades. Winter can last a lifetime. And the struggle for the Iron Throne has begun. It will stretch from the south, where heat breeds plot, lusts and intrigues; to the vast and savage eastern lands; all the way to the frozen north, where an 800-foot wall of ice protects the kingdom from the dark forces that lie beyond. Kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars, lords and honest men... all will play the Game of Thrones. Winter is coming...


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This first volume in the hugely popular and highly acclaimed epic fantasy series A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE is unabridged and split into two parts. Now a major Sky Atlantic TV series from HBO, starring Sean Bean. Summers span decades. Winter can last a lifetime. And the struggle for the Iron Throne has begun. It will stretch from the south, where heat breeds plot, lusts and in This first volume in the hugely popular and highly acclaimed epic fantasy series A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE is unabridged and split into two parts. Now a major Sky Atlantic TV series from HBO, starring Sean Bean. Summers span decades. Winter can last a lifetime. And the struggle for the Iron Throne has begun. It will stretch from the south, where heat breeds plot, lusts and intrigues; to the vast and savage eastern lands; all the way to the frozen north, where an 800-foot wall of ice protects the kingdom from the dark forces that lie beyond. Kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars, lords and honest men... all will play the Game of Thrones. Winter is coming...

30 review for A Game of Thrones, Part one

  1. 4 out of 5

    Adriana Popescu

    WOW. Simple as that.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Constanze Zietz

    So after a long long time of resisting I finally caved and started the "Game of Thrones" series (books first - yes I admit I haven't watched the show either) - and if I had known what I have missed so far...this certainly was worth it! Great story with so many characters, places and twists - in the beginning it is hard to follow as there is so much Information. Once you get to know the different houses and characters and understand the connections and plots it turns into an awesome and addictive So after a long long time of resisting I finally caved and started the "Game of Thrones" series (books first - yes I admit I haven't watched the show either) - and if I had known what I have missed so far...this certainly was worth it! Great story with so many characters, places and twists - in the beginning it is hard to follow as there is so much Information. Once you get to know the different houses and characters and understand the connections and plots it turns into an awesome and addictive fantasy adventure. Thank god I have some time to kill at the moment and that this series has so many parts!!!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Roy Lotz

    One of my favorite strategies for learning a language is to read something I am already familiar with, translated into the target language. Even though I have never read Martin’s original book, I was quite familiar with the HBO series, which proved to be enough background for me to follow the story. Indeed, I thought that the book and the program were remarkably similar. One can see how the show’s producers transformed this book into such a popular hit, since Martin’s style is already cinematogra One of my favorite strategies for learning a language is to read something I am already familiar with, translated into the target language. Even though I have never read Martin’s original book, I was quite familiar with the HBO series, which proved to be enough background for me to follow the story. Indeed, I thought that the book and the program were remarkably similar. One can see how the show’s producers transformed this book into such a popular hit, since Martin’s style is already cinematographic. Each chapter follows a different character performing a decisive action, in just the same way that a show progresses scene by scene. The correspondence of chapter to scene in nearly one to one. Though, like so many, I was disappointed at the final seasons of the show, I greatly enjoyed most of its run. So it is a pleasure to relive the series in this format, especially since I can practice German in the process. Curiously, the German translation breaks each volume in half, so this one ends at a completely arbitrary point in the story. I suppose I will at least have to finish the next volume, just for completion’s sake.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Diogo M

    Freaking epic! Now I'm on board! Freaking epic! Now I'm on board!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anni

    i should have done homework instead but i couldnt resist to read the last 50 pages and now its over and its not like a real end for a book, so im happy to have the second part here. i loved it, really. i love dany so much and i love arya even more now. it was not as bad as i through to remember all the names and the relationships between the people and the houses. i think it was good that i started to watch the tv show some time ago. it made it easier to understand :) i think it can be even more i should have done homework instead but i couldnt resist to read the last 50 pages and now its over and its not like a real end for a book, so im happy to have the second part here. i loved it, really. i love dany so much and i love arya even more now. it was not as bad as i through to remember all the names and the relationships between the people and the houses. i think it was good that i started to watch the tv show some time ago. it made it easier to understand :) i think it can be even more exciting and fascinating and im loooking forward to read the second part. (AND THIS THING WITH THE PRISON CELLS AT EYRIE WAS SO COOL AND I REALLY FELT BAD FOR TYRION BECAUSE I LIKE HIM SO MUCH)

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ying Ying

    I liked the book, but felt that the narrative was slow. Also, this book is the German translation that only has half of the first tome of the original "The Game of Thrones". Hence, I cannot yet judge the story line, as I do not yet know how it ends. I liked the book, but felt that the narrative was slow. Also, this book is the German translation that only has half of the first tome of the original "The Game of Thrones". Hence, I cannot yet judge the story line, as I do not yet know how it ends.

  7. 4 out of 5

    ⭐Anni⭐ (Book Princess)

    3,5 stars. I liked it, but I didn't love it. It's definitely an amazing world and I loved how every character had his or her own personality, which made it easy for me to picture them and pick my favourites. Still, I found it at times dragging. This is a book you have to be in the mood in for, and it was difficult for me to get into all the relationships. Also, I was disappointed with the ending. It was like the ending of a chapter, but there were so many intrigues and questions building up thro 3,5 stars. I liked it, but I didn't love it. It's definitely an amazing world and I loved how every character had his or her own personality, which made it easy for me to picture them and pick my favourites. Still, I found it at times dragging. This is a book you have to be in the mood in for, and it was difficult for me to get into all the relationships. Also, I was disappointed with the ending. It was like the ending of a chapter, but there were so many intrigues and questions building up throughout the book which haven't been answered. But well, it's only the first book in an enormous series, so I won't give up on it and read on - when I'm in the mood for it ;) So, this may have sounded a bit harsh, but I still liked this book!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Eyehavenofilter

    Reading this has a slightly different sense than in English. There is more weight in the words, more foreboding. I'm not sure how to put it really. The two languages are similar yet so different. One being the root of the other. I think that is the major difference. Plus the translation of the original back into a language from which it's drawn has its own confusion. It has its own character this way and I enjoyed it very much. It seemed more "old world" this way. More antiquated. It felt as if Reading this has a slightly different sense than in English. There is more weight in the words, more foreboding. I'm not sure how to put it really. The two languages are similar yet so different. One being the root of the other. I think that is the major difference. Plus the translation of the original back into a language from which it's drawn has its own confusion. It has its own character this way and I enjoyed it very much. It seemed more "old world" this way. More antiquated. It felt as if I was looking farther back in history. That set it more in the past, and that appealed to me the most.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Turtelina

    Couldnt get into it at all. :-/ Maybe more luck with the sequels?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jiddy⁷

    Before I start: TYRION LANNISTER!!!!!!!!!!!!;’d’b’n!!!!!!!:an!! ok i’m done. Quality review. Did I literally buy this book 7 years ago? Yeah, BUT I’ve finally read it, better late than never, right? MAN DID I LOVE THIS ONE. I’ve seen the first.. idk, 2? 3? seasons of the show (idk, 4 years ago?) and know how the show is gonna end, but that didn’t stop me from being taken aback by every single sentence in this book. The first season, if I remember correctly, could be a mirror to the book, it’s cra Before I start: TYRION LANNISTER!!!!!!!!!!!!;’d’b’n!!!!!!!:an!! ok i’m done. Quality review. Did I literally buy this book 7 years ago? Yeah, BUT I’ve finally read it, better late than never, right? MAN DID I LOVE THIS ONE. I’ve seen the first.. idk, 2? 3? seasons of the show (idk, 4 years ago?) and know how the show is gonna end, but that didn’t stop me from being taken aback by every single sentence in this book. The first season, if I remember correctly, could be a mirror to the book, it’s crazy how much they’re alike. And while I wasn’t the biggest fan of the show, I still absolutely adored the book. Don’t ask me how that makes any sense, I don’t know, it doesn’t. The only word that comes to my mind that I think describes this first book best is: rich. It’s so FULL of everything. I can’t even begin to describe of what.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Andreia Magalhães

    ENG: A strong beginning of the complex epic story, setting up the world, the entangled web of politics and the characters! It's a bit slow, but exciting nevertheless. There are many clues, foreshadowing what's going to happen, in the very beginning, revealing a well-plotted story. The characters, unknown at first, start growing, devoloping slowly, but steadily. And even now it's noticable how well crafted they are, their past, their motivations, their actions, everything! I ADORE IT, completely and ENG: A strong beginning of the complex epic story, setting up the world, the entangled web of politics and the characters! It's a bit slow, but exciting nevertheless. There are many clues, foreshadowing what's going to happen, in the very beginning, revealing a well-plotted story. The characters, unknown at first, start growing, devoloping slowly, but steadily. And even now it's noticable how well crafted they are, their past, their motivations, their actions, everything! I ADORE IT, completely and utterly. PT: O forte início da complexa história épica, configurando o mundo, a teia emaranhada de política e as personagens! É um pouco lento, mas emocionante. Há muitas pistas, prenunciando o que vai acontecer, logo no início, revelando uma história bem traçada. As personagens, inicialmente desconhecidas, começam a crescer, desenvolvendo-se lentamente, mas de forma constante. Mesmo agora é perceptível o quão bem trabalhadas são, o seu passado, as suas motivações, as suas ações, tudo! ADORO, completa e totalmente!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Anja

    Shit. The books are sooo good. Now I have to read all of them. My tbr is going to murder me 😫 The only things that are quite annoying were the fact that the German publisher decided to split every book into two books and to translate the names (Theon Graufreude... I can’t). But I am way to lazy to read them in English. Buuut then on the other hand I would only need to buy 5 books instead of ten. What should I do? Those are the questions keeping me awake at night 😂

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

    3 / 5 So, I have been watching the series first and then started reading the books. Quite honstely, I do have mixed feelings towards this book series. But first, let me start with the positive. One of the most interstring things about this book (series) is the dystopian fantasy world itself. A world that is (at this point) against anything that stands out, "bastards", dwarfs, etc. To me it was interstring seeing how politics in a such a world that resembled the Middle Ages would have been made. O 3 / 5 So, I have been watching the series first and then started reading the books. Quite honstely, I do have mixed feelings towards this book series. But first, let me start with the positive. One of the most interstring things about this book (series) is the dystopian fantasy world itself. A world that is (at this point) against anything that stands out, "bastards", dwarfs, etc. To me it was interstring seeing how politics in a such a world that resembled the Middle Ages would have been made. Other than that I loved some of the characters, other I just found very interstring and i quite enjoyed the writing style. But of course there were also some negative aspects. Something that really disturbed me (in a not-so-good-way) was the way Daenerys story line was handled. While watching the show, I didnt even realize HOW young she was in the books, 13!!!!! She was so sexualized...not just in the show. I wouldnt have minded her age that much if that hadnt been the case. (It gets slightly spoiler-y here, but not really!) Also some scenes were she was literallyraped by her own husband just felt like a glorification of exactly that, because it focused more on her body than her pain. Which was absolutely disgusting! That being said there also were some other things I didnt like that much. I just wished there had been more time for character moments instead of rushing over them and then going on to writing pages about fights. That is for all characters the case - even though I obviously do have favourites here (e.g. Arya, Sansa, Daenerys, Jon,...). Sometimes, especially with characters I couldnt relate to that well (e.g. Cersei, Joffrey, Jaime) they felt quite flatt.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    I've tried, and I swear I did, over a hundred times to read this bullshit, but every single time I fail. This book comes together of a few bloodthirsty middle age people and an really sad attempt at magic, but in the end it's just that, a middle age book about people who murder each other. I'm not more interested in reading people die over literally nothing than I am in reading about the art of looking at trees. But let's begin with something else, the writing: I don't know why the author thought I've tried, and I swear I did, over a hundred times to read this bullshit, but every single time I fail. This book comes together of a few bloodthirsty middle age people and an really sad attempt at magic, but in the end it's just that, a middle age book about people who murder each other. I'm not more interested in reading people die over literally nothing than I am in reading about the art of looking at trees. But let's begin with something else, the writing: I don't know why the author thought it would do anything else than confuse anyone if he constantly changes the view. I am a huge fan of one perspective, maybe two if they are at the same time and place, but how am I to really dive into a world if I am thrown to the other end of it every chapter? How should I grow to love the characters if I don't stay with them long enough to even recall their names or the names of the ones they hold dear? And the style of writing? Don't even get me started! This poor attempt at being as rough as the surrounding area, at sounding cold and vicious, it's just pathetic. Now the characters, these jokes of storys. Every single one gets a tragic and heart wrecking background story, something I don't really dislike in other books, but it's so obvious and boring at how Martin tries to make every single one of these characters sound burdend with something. How am I supposed to connect and suffer with a character if I have to do it with all of them and remember every single story if there are so much? Now the story itself I already said that I find his attempt at bringing magic in his stupid world pathetic, but dragons? How obvious and desperate do you have to be if you have to bring them into your world? It seems like he can't decide what he wants to portray, a world wich everybody tries to gain access to the throne by killing everyone around or a world where a girl finds dragon eggs and discovers that the dragons inside are indeed alive, or a world where there is a threat by monsters locked away in the darkest parts of the world. But if you shove it all together in one world you get chaos and confusion, something I don't like in a book. If the author himself cannot decide what he wants to portray how am I supposed to grasp it?

  15. 4 out of 5

    Raquel

    I have known the series for a while but it took me a long time to read the book because, for some reason, I thought I wouldn't like it. What the hell?! I finally picked it up and I LOVED it! The writing style is really engaging and some characters hooked me up since the very beginning and the ones I wasn't so sure about, I ended up empathizing with as the book progressed. There's not a boring moment, a lot of things are happening and the fact that each chapter contains the perspective of a differ I have known the series for a while but it took me a long time to read the book because, for some reason, I thought I wouldn't like it. What the hell?! I finally picked it up and I LOVED it! The writing style is really engaging and some characters hooked me up since the very beginning and the ones I wasn't so sure about, I ended up empathizing with as the book progressed. There's not a boring moment, a lot of things are happening and the fact that each chapter contains the perspective of a different character keeps everything really interesting! My only recommendation for those who are thinking to pick this up is to read it in a moment when you can give it your total attention. There are a lot of characters and if you are not concentrated in what you are reading you might get lost.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Christian

    Certainly entertaining and easy to read, but the main course of events has more to do with politics than anything else. The world they live in is interesting and got my imagination running, so I especially enjoyed the parts where they were travelling (which happens a lot, thankfully). The thing I don't really like is how we only follow people from noble families. The Lennister, the Starks... What made LotR great - and the comparison really is unavoidable! - is that they were hobbits who had neve Certainly entertaining and easy to read, but the main course of events has more to do with politics than anything else. The world they live in is interesting and got my imagination running, so I especially enjoyed the parts where they were travelling (which happens a lot, thankfully). The thing I don't really like is how we only follow people from noble families. The Lennister, the Starks... What made LotR great - and the comparison really is unavoidable! - is that they were hobbits who had never gotten out of the Shire. In this story, everyone hates each other from the start. A more involved reader might get more enjoyment out of it by learning all the pieces of history, but I tend to skim through those.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Viol2106

    Good book. If you like watching Game of Thrones i think you would like this book series. The book it`s self is kinda heavy to read. But it is interesting because i recognise it a lot from the series. My top parts from the book is the Chapters about Daenerys <3 Good book. If you like watching Game of Thrones i think you would like this book series. The book it`s self is kinda heavy to read. But it is interesting because i recognise it a lot from the series. My top parts from the book is the Chapters about Daenerys <3

  18. 5 out of 5

    Brandon Fletcher

    The portuguese version splits the original book into two volumes, which made the ending of this one really flat. Besides that, the story felt pointless at times. I had really high hopes to fall in love with this world, but I was let down. Rate: 3,5 Stars.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    It took me over two years to finish reading this book. I attempted to read it many times, but stopped every time around page 80. Then I discovered the audiobook and that made me enjoy this story more. 3,2 Stars for now, but I think that I will reread it in the future.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Catarina Sousa

    Amazing!! Can't wait to start reading the next book. Amazing!! Can't wait to start reading the next book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mariana

    Volume 1: 4,5 stars Volume 2: Rating and review soon.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Carolina Loureiro

    I'm truly enthusiastic about the next books. As I was reading this volume I felt like I was watching the tv series. I'm truly enthusiastic about the next books. As I was reading this volume I felt like I was watching the tv series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Finally, I had the time to finish this giant and awesome book. the review is coming soon.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kaye Rose

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I’d been meaning to check out this book series for several years partly out of curiosity due to all the hype, and partly due to recommendations. I’m also an author and, as fantasy is my preferred writing genre, I like to stay informed and check out successfully published and promoted material. George R.R. Martin has a reputation of excellence in the fantasy community and he has certainly made himself shine in many areas of this book. His world building is superb, his pacing is smooth and he knows I’d been meaning to check out this book series for several years partly out of curiosity due to all the hype, and partly due to recommendations. I’m also an author and, as fantasy is my preferred writing genre, I like to stay informed and check out successfully published and promoted material. George R.R. Martin has a reputation of excellence in the fantasy community and he has certainly made himself shine in many areas of this book. His world building is superb, his pacing is smooth and he knows how to keep his readers riveted. Martin has created a deeply layered, colorful, intriguing, and fully immersive world full of all the things fantasy lovers crave. Kings and kingdoms; might and glory; princes and princesses; magic and mayhem; bravery and deceit; politics and battle; heroes and ghosts; sadness and victory. We see the genesis of a much grander story here. We hear of the legacies of heroes of old and walk alongside new and emerging heroes in their childhood. We learn where the heroes will come from before they have ever been titled so. As such, we have yet to see the depth of characterization we might, but not because it’s simply lacking, but instead because Martin is giving us the grass roots, enough to cause us to be solidly invested, so that he can bring us along for the unfolding transformation to come. Having said all of this, I must add at least one element that Martin included that I find personally distasteful and unnecessary. I understand that Martin wanted us to see many of his key players from the beginning and build on that foundation in later volumes. For the most part, I think he did masterfully. However, taking a 13 year old maiden and unwillingly marrying her to a man then subsequently detailing their sexual activities and practices... ugh. Disturbingly unnecessary to me. Granted, I have strong feelings about gratuitous sex and token lascivious content in general as it often feels to me as distracting and distasteful to an otherwise good story and a bit of a sell-out to popular marketing techniques. I’m not against sexuality and romance, but I do believe it has a proper place, and in most cases, it is not necessary to the story’s larger aim. Sadly, I think in this instance of 13 year old sexuality in Daenary’s character, Martin fell prey to a moral and distasteful mistake. He later describes what the 13 year old maiden experienced with her barbarian leader as ‘love’. What 13 year old maiden has the capacity to feel the kind of love that exists in a loving, marital relationship? The most understanding that I could bring this situation was that, given the girls abusive history, she was emotionally seeking the love and comfort of an older man to replace what she’d lacked in her own life previous to these events. At the very least, Martin could have made the girl an older maiden of eighteen or a suitably mature age for such activities. I also found it disturbing that the newly hatched dragons birthed in the flames of a funeral pyre were described to suckle the 13/14 year olds breasts. I think Martin did an excellent job of detailing how the death of her husband and unborn child symbolically birthed the dragons and imparted their strength to the hatchlings. There was no need for that image between human (little girl still at this point) and mythical beast. Similar to this last point regarding the 13 year old maiden, I wish Martin had been more tasteful in describing the incest that the 8 year old Brand witnessed. Despite the fact of what he saw, it didn’t need quite so much detail as to the sights and sounds. I just feel that children are innocent and precious and that for the sake of decency Martin could have withheld some details of this situation and certainly of the 13 year old dragon maidens sexual experiences. There were a few other occasions of sexual content that weren’t strictly necessary, but these did not bother me as much because, at least, it involved adults. I still maintain that it could have been said simply, they went to bed together and the woman did not seem to mind his (I’m thinking of Tyrion here) physical deformity. Tyrion is actually my favorite character thus far, though I’m loathe to admit it because my claiming a favorite character has a tendency to see them killed at some point in the story. My only other negative to mention is that I felt Edward Stark’s death felt too abrupt, truncated as it were. He was, reference my previous comments on my selecting favorites and their subsequent deaths, a favorite of mine. Martin had often included Edwards thoughts and emotions in the text , yet during his death scene, we were strangely bereft of any of his thoughts or emotions leading up to the beheading. A bit strange and disappointing to me. Despite my negative notes, I bow to Martin’s story mastery and fantasy world building and comfortably admit the ingenuity of this first book in his series. I am only 200 pages into the second volume and planning to finish the series with the hope that (vain though it may be) Martin approaches the details surrounding his child characters with a bit more sensitivity than he has here.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Massimo Carro

    It's a good book but I think too fast in some situation.... It's a good book but I think too fast in some situation....

  26. 4 out of 5

    Maria K.

    I really wasn't sure what to think of it at first. Getting fully absorbed into the world was a challenge because many new names and concepts were introduced that were confusing and not explained in detail. Reading felt very slow and difficult - especially if you are like me who wants to understand everything from the start. However, after about 100 pages I really started to feel a flow and enjoy the setting and overall writing. I also grew really attached to some of the characters - they were ma I really wasn't sure what to think of it at first. Getting fully absorbed into the world was a challenge because many new names and concepts were introduced that were confusing and not explained in detail. Reading felt very slow and difficult - especially if you are like me who wants to understand everything from the start. However, after about 100 pages I really started to feel a flow and enjoy the setting and overall writing. I also grew really attached to some of the characters - they were maybe even my favourite part of this book - especially towards the end. I can't wait to see how they will develop in the future! Not quite a masterpiece to me because I definitely see some room for improvement. However, because of the complex political plotlines which I really enjoyed and the deep, three dimensional characters, this is a very solid 4,5!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marina R Albuquerque

    What a great book! Compared to the TV serie, the story here has some differences. To be honest I prefer the book although I truly love the TV serie. What I found more amazing about this book is that this story has so much characters, so many details, etc and it is so easy to follow the story with zero difficulties. It's an addictive book. Looking forward to buy and read the next books. It's definitely a solid 4 from me. What a great book! Compared to the TV serie, the story here has some differences. To be honest I prefer the book although I truly love the TV serie. What I found more amazing about this book is that this story has so much characters, so many details, etc and it is so easy to follow the story with zero difficulties. It's an addictive book. Looking forward to buy and read the next books. It's definitely a solid 4 from me.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Wickinghoff

    I was pretty bored by the first season of Game of Thrones, but this book really got me - even if the German version is only half a book... I think it helped quite a lot to have most of the faces in my head from the TV show, because there are so many characters with the most unusual names in this. It was super exiting, full of interesting and likeable characters, exiting plot and wonderful world building - I was never so disappointed to not have a sequel ready to be read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Christina Rothfusz

    I've read the series a few times and the first 3 novels remain my favorite. This time I tried the Audio Books and was pleasantly surprised at how many twists stood out while listing as opposed to reading. Roy Dotrice does an amazing job narrating the story. This is such an amazing series of books and I'm quite sure I'm one of the biggest fans in South Africa. I've read the series a few times and the first 3 novels remain my favorite. This time I tried the Audio Books and was pleasantly surprised at how many twists stood out while listing as opposed to reading. Roy Dotrice does an amazing job narrating the story. This is such an amazing series of books and I'm quite sure I'm one of the biggest fans in South Africa.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Gia Nicole

    I loved the series, and i think the only thing that kept me reading was looking forward to the next scene i knew would happen and find out some more details. I hardly believe i would stick to it if i wouldnt know how amazing the story actually is. I found i well written but extremely long winded. I kinda had to push myself to read it wich finally led me to get the audiobook, wich was much easiert to consume (and saved it from total abandonmend). If you wanna read it i recommend the audiobook.

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