Point of view is the way a story is written, determining through whose perspective the story is told. George R. Martin adheres to third-person narration. In each chapter the reader is presented with the thoughts of one particular character, but not the thoughts of other characters appearing within the chapter.
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Thanks for putting this all together! I'm not even sure if I'll read it when it comes out - it'll have been more than a decade since I read the last volume, nearly two decades since I first got into the series, and more than half a decade since I already watched presumably a lot of the contents of the book in TV form. But nonetheless, I retain a certain morbid curiosity on the topic! Yeah, not so funny now
It only takes a minute to sign up. I'm still not sure why. They are differentiated from the main POVs by having a descriptive title rather than just a name. As the books progress however, the distinction between major and minor characters is blurred; some less frequent POVs such as Melisandre, and starting in A Dance with Dragons, Victarion, have their names as chapter titles, whereas some more frequent POVs such as Arya and Theon are given descriptive titles.
In some areas, the paperback edition was published in two parts, titled Dreams and Dust and After the Feast. It was the only novel in the series to be published during the eight-season run of the HBO adaptation of the series, Game of Thrones , and runs to 1, pages with a word count of almost , The US hardcover was officially published on July 12, , and a few weeks later went to No.