We’re here again, back in Westeros and occasionally Easteros. In this rendition of A Song of Ice and Fire, the turmoil of having five, now four, kings in the world heats up. There’s talk of wildlings wanting to overtake the Wall, and Mance Rayder. A new faith has replaced the faith of the Seven, like in the second book, but is now in full force. R’hllor, the Lord of Light, God of Fire, is the one that Stannis and his wife now worship. Arya is still on the road, trying to survive. There’s more songs to hear, more tales to tell in this installment of A Song of Ice and Fire.
It’s hard to write reviews for books that may contains major spoilers. Especially if the book you’re writing about is A Song of Ice and Fire: A Clash of Kings. So, instead of talking about the plot, I’m going to talk about the series as a whole, and who my favorite characters are and why.