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The Ice Dragon By George R.R. Martin

“The winter had touched her, left its mark upon her, and made her its own.”

I had heard great things about George R. R. Martin’s books, but as I have never read any myself I thought this might be a good way to get a feeling for how he wrote, and if I’m being honest I love dragons so any excuse to get a book with a dragon on the cover is a win. 211 more words

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Book Review: A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

As I continue my exploration into the fantasy literature, I could not leave out one of the greats by George R. R. Martin, the series A Song of Ice and Fire. 671 more words

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A Song Of Ice And Fire series, my favorite character...

I have recently started to read A Storm of Swords; Steel and Snow (the third book within the series of  A Song Of Ice And Fire, more commonly known as Game Of Thrones). 343 more words

Should we swallow all literature?

Short answer: No.

Now that I have weeded out all the non-commited readers (or those with a stereotypically 21st century attention span), we can begin. There is talk of reading everything you come across, as it’ll make you more appreciative of the better crafted books and if you’re a writer, enhance your skills. 968 more words


George R.R. Martin is “co-creating” Bryan Cogman’s Game of Thrones prequel

Earlier this week, news broke longtime Game of Thrones staff writer Bryan Cogman would be developing his own Game of Thrones prequel series. That’s in addition to the other four writers already working on prequel shows, bringing the total number currently in development up to five. 409 more words


Special Post - My favourite books!

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At the time you are reading this I am probably running into as many shops as physically possible, dragging my mum in tow, before our shopping trip has to come to an inevitable end. 663 more words


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