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A Game of Thrones

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Malcolm West

on 10 May 2013

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by George R.R. Martin A Game of Thrones The Families What it Taught Me Work Cited In the story, there are three out of the twelve main families who are willing to go to war for power. The Throne Westeros Some people will do anything for power, family, and secrets. http://static6.businessinsider.com/image/4f75bf4b6bb3f7db48000052/game-of-thrones-lannisters.jpg
Martin, George R.R. A Game of Thrones. New York: Bantam, 1996. Print. Other Stuff it Taught Me Quotes The exiled Targaryens The Starks, lords of WInterfell The rich and powerful Lannisters. The 12 families of Westeros. The Iron Throne All of Westeros Ned Stark is willing to die and keep his daughter safe, instead of becoming king. Viserys is willing to give his sister away to a warmonger in exchange for 40,000 soldiers to take back his kingdom of Westeros. Jaime Lannister pushes a 10 year old boy out a window to keep his affair with his sister a secret. King Baratheon signs Westeros over to Ned Stark, before his death. Tyrion Lannister is well known for being an imp. He claims his brother Jaime has the power of swords, and he has the power of words. He relates to and inspires anyone has deformities or is in anyway different from others. My review I was left with a positive view overall. I didn't like some of the characters endings, but there was a great story, there were very interesting characters, and amazing dialogue. I feel as if I should and will finish the five book series. Prezi by Malcolm West
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