About A Song of Ice and Fire novel
A Song of Ice and Fire takes place in a fictional world in which seasons last for years and end unpredictably. Centuries before the events of the first novel (see backstory), the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros were united under the first Lord of the Seven Kingdoms and founder of the Targaryen dynasty, Aegon I.
A Game of Thrones Audiobook is the first novel in A Song of Ice and Fire Audiobook, a series of fantasy audiobook by American author George R. R. Martin. At the beginning of A Game of Thrones, 15 years have passed since the rebellion led by Robert Baratheon deposed and killed the last Targaryen ruler, King Aerys II, and proclaimed Robert king and Lord of the Seven Kingdoms.
Published on August 6, 1996, A Song of Ice and Fire novel won the 1997 Locus Award and was nominated for both the 1997 Nebula Award and the 1997 World Fantasy Award. The novel was in the New York Times bestseller list in January 2011 and peaked No.1 on the list in July 2011.
A Song of Ice and Fire Audiobooks series includes 5 audiobooks:
- A Game of Thrones Audiobook full free (1996)
- A Clash of Kings Audiobook full free (1998)
- A Storm of Swords Audiobook full free (2000)
- A Feast for Crows Audiobook full free (2005)
- A Dance with Dragons Audiobook full free (2011)
A Game of Thrones Audiobook
After years of peace in the land, the kind dies leaving an incompetent young son and wicked wife not fit to rule after him. This marks the end of peace and prosperity for residents of the entire kingdom. Fear and the struggle to survive to replace peace and prosperity as war looms.
A Clash of Kings Audiobook
The families give all it takes to protect the honor and name of their roots. The determination to win all for their family regardless of stakes causes battles to break out all over Westeros. Each one will not step back from their pride and vows to die trying. The schemes and merciless hold on to power forcefully as the rest try to survive in the outskirts to prepare invasions
A Storm of Swords Audiobook
Intensified battles lead to the death of some of the most popular contenders and likely heirs to the throne. The author eliminates the seemingly best characters. By the time there is a break in the war, many families are separated (such as the Stark family).
A Feast for Crows Audiobook
With A Feast for Crows, Martin found himself faced with so many characters and so many stories to tie together that, after half a decade of struggling with this Gordian knot of his own making, he made a crucial decision: to cut it. The unfinished storylines and their characters were simply held until the next volume, A Dance with Dragons (a book which George, in that plucky, look-at-the-bright-side spirit that makes him the lovable fellow he is, now boasts is half-finished). Feast’s length is closer to that of A Game of Thrones than Storm, which might seem disappointing after such a long wait.
A Dance with Dragons Audiobook
A Dance with Dragons is set in a fictitious world reminiscent of medieval Europe (primarily on a continent called Westeros), except for the fact that in this world, seasons can last for years, occasionally decades.