A STORM OF SWORDS (GOT#3.1) – GEORGE RR MARTIN: REVIEW

The third book in this colossal series did not fail to excite its readers. Martin continued his way of suspenseful writing and vagueness. A mystery was waiting around every corner, more importantly, this book strengthens up the plots of the wildlings and their threat and Daenerys Targaryen and her dragons.  Martin depicts irony through Robb Stark: The young wolf who won every battle on the field but lost the North and his allies. Lannister strength grows stronger and stronger, becoming seemingly invincible with the pact with Dorne and Highgarden. Stannis Baratheon is left as a small ant who could be easily crushed by the power of any great house in Westeros. In the end, the game of thrones and the struggle for the Iron Throne continues with the greatest threat to the shattered Westeros being Daenerys Targaryen, and yeah! Don’t forget, “Winter is Coming!.”

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