In hardcover:Stephen King’s The Bazaar of Bad Dreams debuts at number 1. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.George R. R. Martin's A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms is down one position, ending the week at number 10. For...Show More Summary
After the success of The Walking Dead it only seemed natural for choose-your-own-adventure game studio Telltale to tackle George R.R. Martin's grim fantasy epic Game of Thrones. More in vogue than The Walking Dead and predicated on politicking rather than action, it seems like a fine fit. Show More Summary
Winter might finally be coming. Or not. "Game of Thrones" fans are getting hyphe over rumors that author and notorious dilly-dallier George R. R. Martin has just turned in a draft of The Winds of Winter, his long-awaited penultimate entry in the series, which is pretty much his Chinese Democracy at this point.
Author George R.R. Martin shares misery and pain of Jets, Giants losses
Game of Thrones has reached a really exciting point. After the Season 5 finale, the show has officially caught up chronologically with George R.R. Martin‘s A Song Of Ice and Fire series. It will be different going into Season 6 now for viewers, because they won’t have one of the books as a cheat-sheet of […]
In hardcover:George R. R. Martin's A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms is up one position, ending the week at number 9. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.David Mitchell’s Slade House debuts at number 11.Gregory Maguire’s...Show More Summary
The U.K. trailer for The Divergent Series: Allegiant proves that George R. R. Martin isn’t the only one who can dream up a world of bogeymen behind a massive wall. Author Veronica Roth doesn’t rely on frostbitten zombies to terrorize...Show More Summary
LONDON — As we learned recently from that pun-filled Game of Thrones recipe book, George R.R. Martin characters and delicious baked treats go surprisingly well together. See also: These creepy cakes are way too awesome to eat The latest...Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin's fans can't wait to get on the pages of "The Winds of Winter," but the globally acclaimed author has an explanation for the book's delay.
Telltale Games is ready to bring the story of the House Forrester to a close. The sixth episode of Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series is nearly at hand and now has a release date. Fans of George R.R. Martin's world will be able...Show More Summary
Speaking of clickbait... At his alma mater, Northwestern University, where Martin was awarded the Hall of Achievement alumni award from the Medill School of Journalism this week, the author spoke about his surprise at something most of us predicted. "The...
Even the most loyal readers of George R.R. Martin's novel series will face difficulty answering some of these questions. read more
If you watch Game of Thrones online, but you've never read the George R.R. Martin novels on which the show is based, you might be pretty sick of book-readers ruining the plot twists the way Ramsay Bolton ruined Theon Greyjoy's love life. Fortunately, we have good news for bibliophobes and fans of dong-related humor, alike. Show More Summary
Author George R.R. Martin remembers the Blizzard of '67 as the coldest winter ever.
Martin isn?t exactly a braggadocio, and it doesn?t surprise me in the least to hear him admit that he was extremely surprised about what is going on with Game of Thrones. Here's what the famed author had to say in a recent interview. Click To Continue Reading
It's been an incredibly busy month, but I have found time to get through a few good fictions recently:A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms, by George R.R. Martin: For fans of the "Song of Ice and Fire" series, this new edition of the three...Show More Summary
Game of Thrones is based on the books by George R.R. Martin, as fans of the stories well know by now, and, as the creator of the source material for HBO’s Game of Thrones, Martin has some say in how the series will ultimately end. It may not surprise Game of Thrones fans to learn... Show More Summary
Veep Of Thrones @GameOfThrones @VeepHBO @HBO @NorthwesternU pic.twitter.com/VDFcbRGqzW — Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) (...)
Don't you dare harm our beloved Elaine Benes, sir. Veep Of Thrones @GameOfThrones @VeepHBO @HBO @NorthwesternU pic.twitter.com/VDFcbRGqzW — Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) November 7, 2015 It's pretty cool that Northwestern alumni (and HBO royalty) George R.R. Show More Summary
One of the great iconic locations in Westeros has roots in the frozen American midwest. read more