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If you read George R.R. Martin’s best-selling “A Song of Ice and Fire” series and thought that as a result, there would be no surprises in the popular HBO show based on the books, think again. Martin is obviously deeply involved with...Show More Summary
[WARNING: The following contains spoilers from A Song of Ice and Fire, the books on which the Game of Thrones series is based and which contains events that have not yet occurred on the HBO series. Read at your own risk.] Valar morghulis. On Game of Thrones, that High Valyrian phrase means "All men... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones George R.R. Martin
Warning: This article may contain spoilers for Games of Thrones fans. Fans of Game of Thrones should be used to the bloody deaths of their favorite characters, but even hardcore readers of the A Song of Ice and Fire series upon which...Show More Summary
Faithful readers of George R. R. Martin’s bloody and harrowing A Song of Ice and Fire are going to be in for… Read More
For years, readers of George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" series have rested safely, securely, and often smugly in the knowledge that, no matter what else happens in this crazy, mixed-up world, at least they knew who was about to die on Game of Thrones. Not anymore. At... More »
Lately, there's been a lot of talk about how Game of Thrones is diverging rapidly from the established continuity of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. The general consensus seems to be that this is a good thing — Martin's...Show More Summary
When it comes to HBO’s Game Of Thrones, readers of George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire series have long had the advantage of knowing what’s coming next, and the pleasure of constantly holding it over the heads of those who don’t. Show More Summary
'A Song of Ice and Fire' creator George R.R. Martin promises 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 will make longtime fans very unhappy. [...]
We have been warned. George R. R. Martin, with a cruel smile on his face, has announced that when the fifth season of Game of Thrones begins this April, it will be killing characters who don't die in the A Song of Ice and Fire books (although it's probably more accurate to say they haven't died yet). Read more...
Fans of HBO’s hit series, “Game of Thrones,” will see more shocking deaths in the upcoming season that will even shock the readers of George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series, the author reportedly teased during a recent interview. The warning comes few days after...
Fans of the Seven Kingdoms saga may have reason to rejoice after news broke out that the sixth book in George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series may see a 2015 release after all.
George R.R. Martin has clarified reports that his latest volume in the Song of Ice and Fire series, The Winds of Winter, will not be published this year. In a post on his live journal, a reader complained that reports misinterpreted comments from his publisher. Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin set the record straight surrounding speculation in the media that the sixth book in the A Song of Ice and Fire series won’t be published in 2015 – by not confirming anything but his desire not to see his books scheduled before completion. Show More Summary
Fans of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series (often referred to as the Game of Thrones series, due to both the title of the television series and the first book) were devastated at the news earlier this year that the next...Show More Summary
A Song Of Ice And Fire was a very different beast when George R. R. Martin first sat down to write it 22 years ago. As reported in Variety, British book retailer Waterstones recently tweeted—and then deleted—pictures of a three-page letter Martin sent to publisher Harper Collins in 1993, outlining his plans for the series. Show More Summary
Fans of Game of Thrones — and the book series more properly called A Song of Ice and Fire — know that author George R.R. Martin has changed his mind about many things in it, not least of which is the number of books it contains But back...Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin has finally weighed in on the recent buzz surrounding the expected publication date of “The Winds of Winter,” the next book in “A Song of Ice and Fire.”
Back in 1993, a little-known author named George R.R. Martin wrote a three-page letter to his publisher outlining a planned trilogy (Ha!) entitled A Song of Ice and Fire. Twenty-two years later, those books have captivated millions of...Show More Summary
To say that the Game Of Thrones series (also known as the Song Of Ice And Fire series) has taken the world by storm would almost be an understatement. Since the first episode of the Game Of Thrones HBO series aired back in 2011, it’s practically taken on a life of its own. Show More Summary