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A Song of Ice and Fire is a series of epic fantasy novels written by American novelist and screenwriter George R.R. Martin. He began writing the series in 1991 and the first volume was published in 1996. Originally envisaged as a trilogy, there are now five published novels in the series with two more planned. There are also two novellas which act as prequels to the novels, with several more planned, and three other novellas consisting of excerpts from the main novels.The story of A Song of Ice and Fire takes place in a fictional world, primarily upon a continent called Westeros but also on a large landmass to the east, known as Essos. Most of the characters are human but as the series progresses other races are introduced, such as the cold and menacing Others from the far North and fire-breathing dragons from the East, both races thought to be extinct. There are three principal storylines in the series...
most commonly known in Westeros as Barristan the Bold, is a famed knight, the former Lord Commander of the Kingsguard of King Robert Baratheon and current Lord Commander of the Queensguard of Daenerys Targaryen.
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Authors@Google: George R.R. Martin
Martin Reads an excerpt from The Winds of Winter
George R.R. Martin - GoT Season 3 interview
Martin Talks GOT Prequel Series
WHEN IS The Winds of Winter COMING OUT?! Every fan of A Song of Ice and Fire has this question in their minds, but could things be coming sooner rather than later? Entertainment Weekly released a first look at Martin's long awaited novel, and, while it's just a paragraph, at least it's something!
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So I am just about done with A Dance With Dragons, and I have a question. Whenever Jon treats with Tormund Giantsbane, Jon says that the Horn of Winter was burned, Tormund responds that they never really found the real horn. So I'm going out on a limb here, but: could Euron Greyjoy's "Dragonbinder"…Read more >
Calling all dragon fans! Throughout the centuries, in lands far away and forgotten, mankind has battled dragons. Now, from Middle-earth, the Wizarding World, the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, and many other realms, the great creatures have gathered to fight one another in an epic battle!
As these drag…
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