Great news for Game of Thrones fans. The Emmy-winning hit fantasy series is going back to HBO due to the second season of treachery violence and madness on Sunday, April 1, at 9pm. The series is dependant on George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire," and this season centers round the second book A Clash of Kings because the Lannisters, the Starks, and the Baratheons plan for the battle for power over the Iron Throne in the Seven Kingdoms.
A Clash of Kings is the one other book written by exactly the same author possesses similar plots and themes of magical elements and struggles. As the kingdoms have broken apart, vengeful motives as well as a need to capture the throne fills the kingdom. If you like books which may have dark magic and political suspense and also the personal struggles of people with assorted agendas and motives and pasts, then this book will be the the one that will rivet your senses and fasten you to the web pages as though you were with a mighty spell yourself.
A Storm of Swords is the one other through the same author, and it's also concerning the characters who try and hold the kingdom together and make it all from failing. The characters through the previous novels go back to seek their destiny and struggle forth with all their new desires. There is more magic, fighting, and spellbinding suspense on this novel, also, to be able to immerse yourself to the series and also enjoy the arena of magic that Martin creates.
The Lord with the Rings had wanted (or could): wipe the slate clean with everything done before, leaving just the core values of the epic fantasy to build beyond this concept otherwise, but at the same time strangely familiar. The books that make Song of Ice and Fire are dense texts simultaneously absorbent impregnated while embracing realism fantasy, brimming with impeccably constructed characters that move and interact in the world of cruel, brutal and heartless not keeping few similar to one from the darkest periods ever seen by man: the Middle Ages (in reality, while Tolkien was inspired by classical mythology to create his work, Martin has gotten as its kick off point the medieval period, specially the fifteenth century .) Introduction to Game of Thrones says it perfectly: "In a global whose seasons may last decades plus which fragments of forgotten magic and immemorial arise inside the darkest corners and wonderful, betrayal and loyalty, compassion and thirst for revenge, love and power make game of thrones a robust trap catch within their mouths towards the characters ... as well as the reader. "
Star Wars: Fate in the Jedi by Aaron Allston tells the storyplot after Chief of State Natasi Daala has become overthrown. The Jedi Order has gotten control from the Galactic Alliance nevertheless the new governors dismantly Daala's draconian regume. Even the Jedi's new authority might not be enough to save lots of Tahiri Veila, the first kind Jedi Knight and onetime Sith apprentice found guilty of treason for killing Gilad Pellaeon, the Galactic Alliance officer. Luke and Ben Skywalker are relentlessly pursuing Abeloth, the ability dark entity bent on ruling the galaxy but they also realize they need to face the fury in the Sith death Squadron as well as their quest gets to be a suicide mission. For a book about adventure and fantasy mingled this is the book if you love an excellent quest and a story of daring exploits and endless adventure.