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A Game of Thrones: The Graphic Novel: Volume Two par [Martin, George R. R.]
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Novelist Daniel Abraham and illustrator Tommy Patterson are not merely turning George R. R. Martin’s epic fantasy A Game of Thrones into a graphic novel: They are meticulously translating one art form into another, and capturing the intricate nuances of Martin’s novels just as HBO is doing with the blockbuster series. The Abraham/Patterson collaboration is more than just a faithful adaptation. It is a labor of love—and a thrilling masterwork in its own right.

Now, in the second volume, the sweeping action moves from the icy north, where the bastard Jon Snow seeks to carve out a place for himself among bitter outcasts and hardened criminals sworn to service upon the Wall . . . to the decadent south and the capital city of King’s Landing, where Jon’s father, Lord Eddard Stark, serves as the Hand of King Robert Baratheon amid a nest of courtly vipers . . . to the barbarian lands across the Narrow Sea, where the young princess Daenerys Targaryen has found the unexpected in her forced marriage to the Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo: love—and with it, for the first time in her life, power.

Meanwhile, the dwarf Tyrion Lannister, accused by Lady Catelyn Stark of the attempted murder of her now-crippled youngest son, must call upon all his cunning and wit to survive when he is captured and imprisoned in the lofty dungeons of the Eyrie, where Lady Stark’s sister—a woman obsessed with vengeance against all Lannisters—rules. But Catelyn’s impulsive arrest of the Imp will set in motion a series of violent events whose outcome is fated to shake the world at the worst possible moment. For now is not the time for private feuds and bloodthirsty ambitions.

Winter is coming . . . and with it, terrors beyond imagining.

From the Hardcover edition.

Biographie de l'auteur

George R. R. Martin is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of many novels, including the acclaimed series A Song of Ice and Fire—A Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords, A Feast for Crows, and A Dance with Dragons. As a writer-producer, he has worked on The Twilight Zone, Beauty and the Beast, and various feature films and pilots that were never made. He lives with the lovely Parris in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Daniel Abraham has been nominated for the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy awards, and won the International Horror Guild Award. He has written the graphic novel adaptations of George R. R. Martin’s Fevre Dream and “Skin Trade,” as well as original scripts for Wild Cards: The Hard Call.

Tommy Patterson’s illustrator credits include Farscape for Boom! Studios, the movie adaptation The Warriors for Dynamite Entertainment, and Tales from Wonderland: The White Night, Red Rose, and Stingers for Zenescope Entertainment.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 240 pages
  • Editeur : Bantam (11 juin 2013)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is for anyone who loves a gripping story -- no exceptions. 22 juin 2015
Par Sean Engstrom - Publié sur
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What could be said about Game of Thrones, the first of George R.R. Martin's epic series, that hasn't been said a million times? It's absolutely brilliant. Going into these books (I read them after the show began but before I'd seen the show...), I enjoyed my share of sci-fi/fantasy along the lines of Harry Potter, Buffy the Vampire Slayer... fairly light-hearted stuff (in comparison, at least) that always felt grounded in the same world I live in. The one genre I really disliked was "Middle Ages Fantasy" as I called it. Lord of the Rings, for instance, while the films were visually appealing, was not my cup of tea... too detached from reality. So when I first saw articles and clips from the HBO Game of Thrones series, I thought it looked like the one type of fantasy series that I would never enjoy. I held out for a looong time, until 3 different friends of mine with similar tastes in books/shows/films promised me that, while they too disliked this sub-genre of fantasty, this series was different, and I HAD to read the books or start the show. Grudgingly, I picked up the first book, figuring that I'd push myself half-way through it and let me friends know I tried and they were totally wrong.

Of course they weren't wrong.

What George R.R. Martin has done here defies genre, period. It doesn't matter if you're like me and don't care for this sub-genre of fantasy... it doesn't matter if your like my spouse, and don't like fantasy at all. If you enjoy brilliant, incredibly-developed, thought-provoking stories... those with a strongly developed cast of characters who blissfully lack being "good vs. evil" and instead all display their shades of grey, good traits, evil traits, unique traits, all sorts of traits... then this book is for you. Buy it. Open it up. Start reading. You won't regret it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome book. The characters are so complex and believable 13 août 2016
Par Chris - Publié sur
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Awesome book. The characters are so complex and believable. The story is fascinating and exciting. I love the FEEL of the book. It does move at a bit of a slow pace, but this is important for character development. I like being inside the main character's heads and getting a feel for how they view certain situations. Excellent.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I'd like to mention that though this is for the ebook ... 25 mai 2017
Par Ruthsic - Publié sur
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This book was lying on my TBR for so long, and I finally got around to reading it. Before I start with the review, I'd like to mention that though this is for the ebook version, I mostly read this via audiobook (Whispersync rocks!) and that made the whole journey a bit easier. If you find yourself intimidated by the length of this mammoth, ignore the hour count on the audiobook and get started, because Roy Doytrice is a wonderful narrator. He does some spectacular work in bringing these voices alive, though at times his bass makes it difficult to judge the age of the character. Nevertheless, with the amount of characters in the book and the range of characters he has to portray, he does a commendable job in it.

As for the main story, as this is an epic novel I thought it would be slow-paced. But imagine my surprise when the author pulls you right in this world of dragons and wight walkers, and medieval politics, and a complex religious system. However, even with all the world-building, nowhere did I feel there was a info dump going on, because the world of A Song of Ice and Fire is constructed slowly, character by character, backstory by backstory and myth by myth. It can feel drawn out at times, but since I had the knowledge of the plot from the show, I knew almost every plot arc was leading up to something. It makes for a very involved and complex plotline, one that involves many regions, languages, and belief systems.

A slight problem I had with the book was the overabundance of characters. Especially the endless parade of knights and houses and lords being mentioned, when I had no idea who would be significant. And considering how much plot happens, even if a character is called back later on in a subsequent book, I wouldn't even realize. Another is the misogyny, and subtle racism in the book - for this book only, the lone explicitly POC race (the Dothraki) is depicted as barbaric and monstrous. And no, even if Dany loved Khal Drogo, I cannot condone a character who proudly vows to rape the women of his enemies (amongst all the killing and plundering) in his conquest of the Seven Kingdoms. Granted it is made to be realistically fantasy, it still irks me how sexual violence is often a plot device in books.

Content warning for sexual abuse, violence, coarse language, incest (gods, this is a long list).
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A very realistic, historical approach on fantasy 11 mai 2017
Par Perryn Moondragon - Publié sur
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Are you tired of fantasy stories being all fluffy and hard to believe? Would you like to know about the people in a fantasy story just as much as you would the lore? This is the series for you! There is a reason the show is so popular. This series is not just your typical fantasy series with dragons and giants. This story is almost a historical record. Everything that happens in here is believable in the sense of war strategy, ambitions of politicians and war-leaders, and of course that very important lesson in life: horrible things happen to the best of people. You can't just be righteous. You have to learn how to play the game. I love that the story is just as much about the people as the dragons/walkers/giants/etc. You get inside the minds of the characters, even the bad ones, and learn about what makes them do the things they do. A word of caution, however: if you don't like depressing things to happen to good people, then this series is not for you. (But you probably knew that from watching the show, right?) Sometimes I finish watching the show feeling depressed that the good guys just can't catch a break. But that's life and history. No fluffiness here. Just a super-believable fantasy-story that draws a great deal from actual history.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best book I ever read. 4 septembre 2016
Par Jaimelynn829 - Publié sur
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I originally read this many years ago and recently decided to do a reread and it's as awesome as I remember. I've never read a book that the author has invested so much time and thought into the back story. The world comes to life so vividlyvwhen I read this book and it's not because there is a TV show that I can base it on. It's from his rich and descriptive writing.

I never read a book or a series like this before. I like fantasy but I go more towards the urban fantasy side of things. I do like to read about past monarchs and so that's what had originally drew me to this book. I had heard it was going to be a show on HBO and people were excited so I bought the book to try it out. My first read through I read it in two days. Stayed up all night reading. Needless to say I missed some things so that's why while I'm waiting the neverending wait til book 6 comes out all the while avoiding spoilers from the TV show, I devided to reread and see if it was as good as I believed. It's better!

There are so many fawning reviews that I'm sure my review will be lost in the middle but if someone does ever read this wondering is it worth it. It is. It truly is. This first book especially is awesome. It's seems overwhelming with its cast of characters but it's not.

This book sets the tone and introduces you to the main characters of the book or are they? Noone safe in these books. Noone.

I will say that this book, this series, totally deserves five stars. I think of some books that I've given 5 or 4 stars to in the past and then care it to this book and they aren't even I'm the same league at all.

The series has some harsh critics and as the series goes on some of their observations are correct. But as far as the first book, it's as near a perfect book that I've read.

It is violent. Very violent. Be prepared for that and a lot of rape and pillaging. If you can't stomach that then this isn't the book for you
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