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So I'm well aware I'll probably be lynched for this review, because even the people on Goodreads who didn't like it still had great things to say about it. But reviews are subjective, and here's mine.

In the vein of Tolkein, Jordan, Elliott, Goodkind, Hobb, Eddings, Feist et al, A Game of Thrones is set in the classicly boring-and-overdone medieval-England-esque setting, and is essentially about a bunch of nobles fighting over a throne.

Very original. Praised for its focus on political intrigue, its lack of magic and similar fantasy tropes, and its cast of believable and interesting characters, I found the book tedious.

But there were elements to it that I liked, characters who I felt attached to, enough to read the second book and become hooked, and so on.

I love page long, fat fantasy books. I love huge casts of characters and have no problem keeping up with them. I've read Jennifer Fallon's Wolfblade trilogy and Second Sons Trilogy, both of which are heavy on political intrigue and very low on magic, and they're supurb. A Game of Thrones is not. It offers nothing new to the genre, and does nothing original with what it has. Narrated in turns by Eddard Ned Stark, Lord of Winterfell; his wife Lady Catelyn; his bastard son Jon Snow; his very young daughters Sansa and Arya; his middle son Bran; Tyrion Lannister, a dwarf and brother to the Queen; and young Daenerys Targaryen, last of the line of dragon kings and exiled to the land beyond the narrow sea, the book is divided into neat chapters headed by the name of one or the other, so you know exactly whose point-of-view you're going to get and where you are in the plot.

Thanks for holding my hand Martin, but I don't like this technique. The chapter headings, I'm referring to. It encourages me to start wondering about the character before I've even started reading. I start imagining things and then have to correct it all as the character is revealed during the chapter. There's power in names, and withholding them or putting elements of a character's personality first is often more compelling, and better writing. Let me be perfectly straight: I did not find any of the characters to be particularly interesting; though Jaime Lannister had something about him, you hardly ever saw him.

They all pretty much felt like the same character, just in different situations. Ned is all about honour and duty, but especially honour, with love a more minor consideration, but honestly, could the man be more stupid? Eddard's a moron, and dull, and his only saving grace is that he's nice to his daughters. Let's be clear about something else right here: this world and its people are so sexist and misogynist it's ludicrous.

There are many derogatory references to women's tits, metaphors about screwing whores, descriptions of Daenerys getting her nipples pinched by her horrible brother Viserys - not to mention her marriage, at twelve, to a horselord whose men rape women like there's no tomorrow; incest and so on.

The first time I tried to read this book, I was offended and disgusted it didn't help that I'd read Pillars of the Earth not long before; though I did not grow up sexually repressed or prudish or anything like that, I have never found reading descriptions of rape to be all that easy, especially when they're treated so dismissively - yet oddly my impressions of the characters were much more favourable.

A Game of Thrones. From Novel to TV

I read it now and I just felt contempt. No one character stands out, though Arya has potential. Catelyn is as boring as her husband, and her sister Lysa is, let's face it, mad as a hatter and a sure sign of why women are unfit to rule a clear message in this medieval-esque patriarchal world.

Queen Cercei too. Tyrion, the dwarf, seems on the verge of having charisma but fails, and Daenerys I want to like someone, but Martin doesn't give his characters any depth. Sure, they're all flawed and a flawed character is a great literary device - the anti-hero, etc. The plot is also pretty weak. A bildungsroman does wonders - yes, let me see the characters on a journey of life rather than a quest, quests are tired.

There's no quest in A Game of Thrones, and that's fine with me. But what is there? Jon goes to the Wall that separates the wilderness from the Seven Kingdoms why is it called the Seven Kingdoms when there's only one kingdom? Other, more evident reasons are that critics consider the adaption lacking in regards to a feature that was vital to them in the original Stam 54 f.

The academic approach among adaption theorists is a different one. Each medium has, of course, its own unique features, constraints and modes of telling a story Hutcheon 34; Stam Especially when an adaption also shifts to a different medium, adjustments to the specific criteria of this medium are necessary Hutcheon 39 f.

That is why adapters should not even seek fidelity Stam Despite these differences, most movie adaptions still have the novel as source medium. Brian McFarlane takes a closer look at the relation between these two media.

An adapter can then translate these functions that are compatible directly, or make adjustments to his adaption when the medium requires it; transferring atmosphere through music, light and the setting would be an example for this approach McFarlane These are the considerations that guided me while analyzing the adaption of A Game of Thrones.

Furthermore, I will also investigate if the adapters could also free themselves from the demands for fidelity; see 2. George R. The TV series is named after the first book without the 'a' , Game of Thrones. For the sake of simplicity, I will refer to the setting as to that of A Song of Ice and Fire, with the series also being part of this setting.

The TV series itself will be referenced by its name, Game ofThrones. The chapters in the novel are named only by the character in focus: Bran, Arya, and so forth.

For a more simple reference to a chapter, I have numbered the chapters after the times each character was in focus. For an overview and the exact page numbers, see Appendix A. To compare the plot structure of the novel and the series, I made a closer analysis for the first five episodes of the first season and the corresponding chapters in the novel.

My results are summarized in Appendix B. Here, I follow the structure of the series, with the scenes labeled in a similar fashion to show which part of the novel is realized in the current scene. As my Appendix also has an exact time scale for each scene, I also use it as a more accurate reference, in addition with a reference to the whole episode.

For example, I might comment on the music in Bran 1 Pt. Due to his lasting fascination with comic books into his high school years, he came upon a comic fan magazine by a mere coincidence G.

This initiated his career as a writer, as the stories in this magazine were so crudely written that he was convinced he could do better G. Following the path taken consequently, he studied journalism, sold his first professional story in and graduated from the Northwestern University in Illinois in G. After several Science Fiction and Fantasy books had been published, he started working as a story editor for Hollywood in , namely the show Twilight Zone G.

However, Hollywood kept him occupied for a while longer until A Game of Thrones was finally finished and published in G. The series hit the bestseller lists from the second novel onward, with the second novel published in , the third in G. After that, major restructuring delayed the release of the fourth book to , and the fifth to G. At the moment, seven books are planned to complete the series G.

His first novel, The 25th Hour, was published in while he was working as a high school teacher Scholz, Cindy.

He wrote two more novels, but he also adapted The 25th Hour for the big screen and thus got involved with Hollywood, writing the scripts for Troy, Stay and X-Men Origins: Wolverine, to name a few Scholz, Cindy. Originating in Chicago, D. R Tolkien's Middle Earth. But unlike in Middle Earth, fantastic elements are far less evident: no dwarves, elves or similar human-like races exist, and while some do believe in magic, it is largely regarded as superstition or not existent anymore G.

Martin, A Game ofThrones A large part of the narrative is set in Westeros, a diverse continent that stretches from the cold and sparsely populated north towards the both in resources and agriculturally rich and more densely populated south, with the desert of Dorne at its southern tip. One of its striking features is that the summers last for infrequent years, with long winters that can also last for a few years or longer G.

Martin, A Game of Thrones f. Within it lie the Seven Kingdoms, a feudal state united a few centuries ago by a member of the Targaryen house G. Martin, A Game ofThrones f. However, cultural and political tensions still persist between the formerly independent kingdoms. Martin, A Game of Thrones 22 f. However, while the world in A Song of Ice and Fire seems to mirror ours or that of feudal England during the middle ages in many aspects, faith does not seem as important a factor in the power structure as it was then.

The Seven Kingdoms are ruled by a king with the support of a council, with several noble houses backing his claim.

Recently, the ruling house of the Targaryens has been overthrown by force, with the last two survivors living in exile, Daenerys and Viserys Targaryen.

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It was succeeded by King Robert from the house Baratheon. Other ruling houses include the Starks in the north, the Lannisters in the west, and house Tyrell in the southwest, to name a few G. Reluctantly, Eddard accepts and decides to travel to the capital with his two daughters, Arya and Sansa G. However, before their departure, the young Brandon Stark observes an act of incest between the queen and her twin brother; to silence him for good, Bran is pushed out of a window G.

That is why she decides to follow her husband to the capital, to warn him G. On her way back north, she captures the queen's youngest brother Tyrion in order to bring him to justice G. This causes the hostility between the two houses to rise even more.

In the capital, Eddard uncovers that Joffrey, the royal prince, might not be the son of King Robert after all, but that he is the son of the queen's twin brother instead. He confronts Cersei Lannister with his findings and recommends her to flee from the capital to escape King Robert's wrath G.

This forces Cersei to react in turn: as Robert takes a deadly wound on a hunting accident, Eddard tries to discredit the claim of the prince on the throne - but he fails, is branded a traitor and ultimately executed G. Eddard's eldest son Robert rallies an army and declares war on the Lannisters, at first to win the freedom of his father, later to re-establish an independent kingdom in the north of the realm. As both brothers of the late Robert Baratheon also have ambitions for the throne, the realm slowly descends into war and chaos at the end of the first novel G.

Her brother Viserys hopes to download an army and win back the throne of his ancestors that way G.

One of her wedding gifts is a box with three lifeless dragon eggs G. After long hardships, Daenerys eventually grows accustomed to the rough ways of the Dothraki, the tribe of her husband, and falls in love with him G. She is freed from the tyranny of her brother and becomes pregnant G. Her luck does not last for long, as her love Drogo is at the brink of death due to an infection.

The black magic she employs to save his life ultimately costs her the life of her unborn child G. Daenerys then steps onto the burning funeral pyre of the mindless Drogo, carrying her three dragon eggs.

She is unharmed by the fire, and dragons are reborn to the world G. In that part, I compare the features of the series to the novel and take a closer look at different aspects of the adaptation process.Rogue Lawyer. Neil Clarke. The She-Wolves of Winterfell forthcoming A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms - an omnibus of the first three novellas The first three novellas were released in unrelated sci-fi and fantasy short story collections.

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The Husband's Secret. His first novel, The 25th Hour, was published in while he was working as a high school teacher Scholz, Cindy. The Silkworm. Sooner or later there'll be a movie or something, no doubt I'm moderately surprised one isn't in the works already.