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5.0 von 5 Sternen An alle nicht-englischprofis: traut euch!
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Zuerst möchte ich mich an diejenigen richten, die gerne das Original lesen würden, sich aber wegen ihrer Englischkenntnisse unsicher sind. Die Preispolitik von Blanvalet bezüglich der deutschen Fassungen hat mich abgeschreckt und so griff ich zum Original und habe es noch keine Sekunde bereut. Obwohl ich nur über...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Flawed but readable
A Game of Thrones has its share of flaws -- multiple, shifting viewpoints that sap the narrative's strength, a non-existent conclusion and occasionally irritating repetitive expressions. The constant jumping from one character to another made me first read the Daenerys' sections of the story, then the rest. The author could have made an effort to provide at least a...
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1.0 von 5 Sternen OMG!, 25. Februar 2000
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One (Taschenbuch)
Maybe I am too young to read this and cannot acknowledge George R. R. Martin's style of writing others can. I find this book very disorganized and hard to follow. I had to refer to the back of the book several times. Each of the chapters are well written, but he changes the subject just as everything is about to get exciting! He could at least have TWO CHAPTERS on the same person! But no, he just has to keep changing and changing and changing. I absolutely abhor it! It's like getting someone excited only to turn them down at the end. I didn't even bother skimming the book to read the end. There are so many characters and each have their own chapter. This book is like putting numerous stories together! What the other reviewers see in this book I don't know. If you decide to buy this book, brace yourself. For the disgusting parts, the disorganization and switching of stories.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen shallow, 6. Oktober 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One (Taschenbuch)
I found the work to be vulgar and mellowdramatic. Characters had no substance and very little personality. It is nothing that I could not have found in the impulse-buy section at the supermarket. I will not read another and try to forget I was conned into wasting my time on this.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen A poor venue for a superb prose style, 18. September 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One (Taschenbuch)
Though I appear to be in a distinct minority in my dis-satisfaction with this work, I found this book to be in the end grossly unsatisfying. My displeasure was masked by Mr. Martins superb prose style- he is a wordsmith of breathtaking skill with a true gift for discriptive narative. However, his scope of vision is too broad for the detail of his work. This is a very complicated universe Mr. Martin has created- enthralling, superbly onceived, but exhaustive in scope, a therefore poorly fitted to his writing style. It is like trying to have a grand master painter do an episode of the Simpsons- the detail of the prose, complexity of the plot, the constant shifting of narative focus, has left us with a novel of almost 700 pages with no resolution (or even clarification) of any plot points. The prologue starts with doings north of the wall, and we're foreshadowed throughout the book that this is where the real action is, but by the end of the book they haven't even investigated it. The tomboy daughter hunted in the capital is a great story, but we get only about 10 pages about her because there is too much else going on. I'm sure that Mr. Martin has some idea of how to work the long dead king's daughter back into the game, but with so many plot points, Dany is only a distractionb that ended up going nowhere. To see how this is done right, look to Robert Jordan- he started with a single primary focus with all the mai characters in that focus and kept them together until we knew them, adding new characters into the mix after we had aobsorbed those already introduced. My final problem with this novel is one I share with Robert Jordan's wheel of time, and iot is this: The story is too complicated to remember- if and when I pick up the sequel in April 1999 I will be confused about who all these people are and why we care about them unless I reread the first book. Of course this is a big problem with Robert Jordan too, but I digress...
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Don't bother if you are over 13...., 16. Mai 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One (Taschenbuch)
Poor character development and plodding plot. The author brings in interesting events (like the dire wolf discovery) and never really develops them in time to keep you interested. Female characters especially are poorly done. Yuck!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Ein Schmuckstück, 27. Dezember 2012
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Ich habe das Buch noch nicht durchgelesen, kenne aber den Film, die Aufmachung ist sehr edel und es ist ein Vergnügen darin zu lesen.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Why are the girls so young?, 16. Februar 2011
Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One (Taschenbuch)
I almoust quitt the book at the beginning, because Martin uses such a rude language, when it comes to the sexual assaults of the thirteen years(!) old princess who is called cunt and much more.
I don't understand why Martin appoints the age of the gils, who are selled or abused, so young. No need for that. And no need for the sexual violence to apply pressure anyway.

Besides that I liked it.
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One (Taschenbuch)
Habe bisher erst 100 Seiten gelesen, bin aber jedes mal völlig gefesselt gewesen.
Super Buch bisher sehr schöne und genaue Beschreibungen, Story bisher super spannend.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Completely disappointing. Read to learn how not to write., 27. August 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One (Taschenbuch)
Don't be misled by the high praise plastered across the cover of this book. The plot seems like it's going somewhere for the first 300 hundred pages, but the author manages to kill off all the worthwhile characters by the end of the book. The plot fizzles as Mr. Martin trumpets events that we're supposed to feel as significant but instead are yet more lurid, overblown escapades. We're left with a storyline that apparently is heading toward some cataclysmic "clash of kings," without a character I'd like to meet left. All the remaining main characters are immature, delusional, or outright perverted. In sum, "A Game of Thrones" is yet another sign of the malaise crippling modern fantasy: replete with gratuitous deviance and lacking in characters worthy of admiration (eg, Terry Goodkind and the later Robert Jordan books). Read only if you'd like to really know how utterly hyperbolic cover quotes can be.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Welcome back, George?, 1. Juni 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One (Taschenbuch)
Well, he's back, and arent we all yearning for something new and refreshing? Yearning for male characters smart enough to tie their own shoelaces? Yearning for female characters who are more than scheming, conniving, or helpless babes in the woods who do not much more than make bad decisions and whine?
Keep yearning.
Martin's swords sans sorcery attempt is chock full of the banal and with nothing new to grab you with, so check it out of your local library if you've found some time on your hands, but for heavens sake dont buy the darn thing....it'll only encourage him.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Caution Dangerous! Warning !, 17. August 2012
Rezension bezieht sich auf: A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One (Taschenbuch)
The book itself is very well written and exciting, nice charakters and all but after that you want to know how the story ends and than you start to read the following books.

Just for your information, there is no end to the story jet and I also don't think there ever will.

In contrast the risk of dying by boredom is extremly high especially in book 4 or 5.
My advise if you read book 4 and 5. Jump as many champters as you dare I promise you wont miss anything of importance.

So think carefully if you want to start this `epic` masterpice of empty words and shallow tales.
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