Allow me to declare how mysteriously alluring and fascinating the story is. Certainly, there i’m compelled to assume, are 2 kinds of people who exist.
– People who watch Game of thrones
– people who don’t.
It isn’t what we hear or generalization that should aid our belief, but what we see and experience.
A song of ice and fire is not a very beaming, joyous, or gleeful kind of a story.
It thrashes upon the fact that every story is not about a protagonist,
Where everything revolves around her/him and then finishes with a happy ending.
‘Survival of the fittest’,is what you’ll get to see here.
Which relishes the very fact about the world we live in.
The story is mostly epic based you’ll see dragons flying, black magic, the dead people killing the living.
But mostly it conveys that reality is not heroic and not every time when people relies with a single person, will be successful.
Things work in your favor for a very shorter span of time and when it stops you are half dead.
Even the most powerful people weep, when their time comes.
Even the most powerful people loose, when things stop working in their favor.
It throws light upon the certainty that one should not jump to a solution and implement, one must plan and then implement.
It will anyway fail, because success is rare and a one time thing.
Most importantly it shows how politics work.
The society is doomed due the fact that power is in the hands of the cruel and minority which rules and ill-fate the common people.
Knowledge is not considered power here.
People are blinded by power and would raise a war anytime anywhere for that.
They would be happy to kill their people, their family and the least, themselves in the name of war.
What they actually miss while fighting amongst themselves is the real war which is not between humans but between the dead and the living.
overall, the entire series justifies the title everytime.
It genuinely is a song of ice and fire.
Add it your *must watch list*.