Game of Thrones Books
The Game of Throne (A Song of Ice and Fire) is a series of fantasy novels by George R. R. Martin, whose writing and publication are in progress. Martin began writing it in 1991 and the first volume appeared in 1996 at Bantam Books. Originally planned as a trilogy, the series now has five volumes published and two others are expected.
The story takes place in an imaginary world where society is feudal and where magic and legendary creatures (such as dragons) have existed but are supposed to have disappeared. Three main intrigues intertwine: in the kingdom of the Seven Crowns, several noble houses compete for the throne; In the frozen lands to the north of the kingdom, a race of creatures supposed to belong to the legends awakens; And on the eastern continent, Essos, the last heiress of the Targaryen, the royal dynasty of Westeros, reversed fifteen years before, sought to reconquer the throne.
Each chapter is presented through the point of view of one of the main characters. The themes are more realistic than in traditional fantasy. The twenty or so principal characters often exhibit a behavior of ambiguous morality, and political intrigues and reversals are frequent. Violence and sexuality also occupy important places.
The series has been increasingly successful and is now being translated into more than forty languages. More than sixty-eight million copies of the first five volumes have been sold worldwide. The first four novels have been translated into French by Jean Sola and published in twelve volumes. Patrick Marcel replaced it for the fifth volume. A large circle of fans has emerged as a result of this success, which has produced a number of derivative products, including a card game, a board game, two role-playing games, a video game and a television series broadcast on HBO since 2011.
Following are the links to download all the 5 of the books of Game of Thrones (A Song Of Ice And Fire) in e-Book Format: