A Storm of Swords (Audiobook) By George R. R. Martin

  • Name: A Storm of Swords Audiobook

  • Author: George R. R. Martin

  • Published: 2000

  • Series: A Song of Ice And Fire Series.

  • Genre: fantasy, fiction, and novel.

  • Rating: 3.9 Stars

Audience Review: A Storm of Swords Audiobook:

A Storm of Swords Mp 3 Free is the third of seven arranged books in A Song of Ice and Fire, a dream series by American writer George R. R. Martin. It was first distributed on August 8, 2000, in the United Kingdom, with a United States version continuing in November 2000.

Publishers Weekly said the third volume was “one of the additional remunerating instances of gigantism in a contemporary dream. The intricacy of characters, for example, Daenerys, Arya, and the Kingslayer will keep perusers turning even the huge number of pages contained in this volume, for the creator, similar to Tolkien or Jordan, makes us care about their destinies. The book is the Third (03) in the A Song of Ice And Fire Series

A Storm of Swords Unabridged Audiobook gets the story somewhat before the finish of its archetype, A Clash of Kings. The Seven Kingdoms of Westeros are as yet in the grasp of the War of the Five Kings,[6] wherein Joffrey Baratheon and his uncle Stannis Baratheon seek the Iron Throne, while Robb Stark of the North and Balon Greyjoy of the Iron Islands announce their freedom (Stannis’ sibling Renly Baratheon, the fifth “ruler”, has as of now been killed).

In the meantime, an enormous host of wildlings, the clans from past the Seven Kingdoms’ northern line, approach the Wall that denotes the boundary, under the authority of Mance Rayder, who announced “Lord Beyond the Wall”, with just the undermanned Night’s Watch in resistance.

A Storm of Swords Audiobook

About George R. R. Martin

George Raymond Richard Martin (September 20, 1948), otherwise called GRRM, is an American author, screenwriter, TV maker, and brief tale essayist. He is the creator of the series of epic dream books A Song of Ice and Fire.

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