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A Clash of Kings

by George R R. Martin

A Clash of Kings by George R R. Martin X
A Clash of Kings by George R R. Martin
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  • First Published:
    Mar 1999, 761 pages

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    Sep 2000, 1056 pages

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What a tremendous follow-up to A Game of Thrones!! There are some books you hate to put down but with Mr. Martin's books I feel like I am checking in with friends. He lets you care about the characters and keeps pace with them. There are no dry spots to this book!!!
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