George R. R. Martin, author of A Song of Ice and Fire, the book series on which Game of Thronesis based, was a guest on Conan last week and while there, he shared several interesting “spoilers” for the future of his story. Spoiler alert for the spoilers: They aren't real. But they are funny! Here are some of our favorites: “Joffrey adopts an adorable lion cub and learns the true meaning of Christmas.” That's quite hard to imagine — especially because we're pretty sure Westeros has never...Read Full Story
Millions of Game of Thrones fans are feeling sadness, outrage, and, sure, some perverse excitement after watching Sunday’s episode titled “The Rains of Castamere.” But for Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, such reactions to “The Red Wedding” are nothing new. Martin has been receiving exclamatory emails about the disastrous Stark-Frey union for more than a decade, ever since he published his Song of Ice and Fire saga’s third novel, A Storm of Swords. Below, the author reveals why Robb...Read Full Story
Maurice Druon's The Iron King, which was an inspiration for George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones, is available in digital format for only 1.99$ here.Here's the blurb:‘This is the original game of thrones’ George R.R. MartinFrom the publishers that brought you A Game of Thrones comes the series that inspired George R.R. Martin’s epic work.France became a great nation under Philip the Fair – but it was a greatness achieved at the expense of her people, for his was a reign characterised by...Read Full Story
George, please, just, please stop. It’s too much to handle.
If you don't know already, this is George R.R. Martin, author of Game Of Thrones.
He's a big goofball. Look at those suspenders.
But he is also a complete son of a bitch.
His books are full of characters that are amazing and you grow to love them and then...
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Game of Thrones fans might have been shocked, or even angry, after seeing last Sunday's episode. But don't expect Thrones author and show constultant George R.R. Martin to soften up his storylines. Dying is just part of life in Westeros.“We've all seen the movie where the hero is in trouble, he's surrounded by 20 people, but you know he's going to get away,” he told Conan O'Brien on Thursday night's show. “I want my readers or my viewers to be afraid when my characters are in danger. I want...Read Full Story
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