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A Song Of Ice And Fire Audiobooks

People who are hooked with the popular book (and now a mini-series), A Game of Thrones, will surely find the audiobook version equally interesting. This series have truly become a household name and have become very popular.

Fans of this epic story buy DVDs of the first season so it’ll not be surprising if the audiobook will be as popular. Feel free to read on below to know more about the audiobook version of A Game of Thrones.

A Game of Thrones Audiobook

A Game of Thrones is the first audiobook in the A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy saga by award winning American author George R.R. Martin. This volume starts the story of the different families in the land of Westeros as they struggle to gain control of the Iron Throne. Aside from the book and audiobook, A Game of Thrones w…

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Game of Thrones Quotes Plus Characters

When I've read the Game of Thrones quote collection at, I couldn't but stop and ask myself who is my favorite character in the show. I mean, there are a lot of great quotations there, and they are integral part of the characters, but which one of them brings out the most emotions in me.

I came to realize that my favorite sayings from the show come from my favorite characters in the show. So, it wasn't hard to do a plus action, and create an Character+Quotes article. I don't want to bother you further, let's jump straight into it.


Arya Stark

Arya is the little badass whose impossible not to love. Ripped away from her family, so she'll survive, this untamed tomboy spends the bulk of her childhood running for her life and watching though she loves, whether…

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Top ASOIAF Websites

The growing popularity of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire (ASOIAF), coupled with the recent release of its hit HBO television adaptation has given rise to numerous forums, discussion boards, and fan pages. Below are ten of the best ASOIAF sites covering news, updates, comprehensive guides to both the books and television series, and just about everything under the sun that is somehow related to the world of Westeros.

  • George R.R. Martin´s Official Website : Every fan of A Song of Ice and Fire should visit George R. R. Martin’s (GRRM) official website at least once. The design of the homepage alone is sure to be a treat as it features banners bearing the sigils of each of the major houses in Westeros. Fans can catch up with the latest news and updates regarding this…

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Game of Thrones Sets and Locations

Each episode of Game of Thrones costs around six millions, yes you read that right it’s six million US dollars for a single episode. And some such cost even more such as the black water battle episode is reported to cost around eight million US bucks. This is quite a whopping and staggering price for a television series, but again to gain a rating of 9.5 on imdb you need to do something special. Shooting has taken place in many countries including United States, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Croatia and Malta. Truth is that never a television series has been filmed on such a huge scale. Sets of GOT leave a person truly speechless as they are designed with such expertise that one is forced to appreciate the effort.

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While i was writing this blog a news came in that U…

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Game of Thrones season 3 preview

You are a Game of Thrones series fan. You might have read the books before, you might want to read them now, you might not want to read them at all. Whatever your choice is, you know you will love the series, and now that the season 2 is done, you can’t wait for the next one.

Since the airing of the Game of Thrones season 3 is scheduled for March 2013, it seems we have a long way to go before we see what exactly will happen. Until then, we are hungry for every detail that can give us a bit of insight.

You have had the opportunity to read the review of the third book, A Storm of Swordshere on our fan site, but only the most general facts were given there, so not to spoil the fun for those who haven’t, or don’t want to read the book, but rather wait for the series to come…

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The Spirit of the Blade

In the epic saga of A Song of Ice and Fire, there is a tradition by many of the warriors of naming their sword. This was first mentioned by Lord Eddard “Ned” Stark, Lord of Winterfell and Marshall of the North, whe he asked for his great broadsword “Ice” to behead a deserter of The Wall. In the books, the tradition is explained in a little more detail as it is described that all great blades must have a name. Being set in a very martial time and culture, it is easily understood why the men of this time have a very close affinity to their weapons of war.


Ned Stark has “Ice”, Robert Baratheon his “Warhammer“, and Valyrian Steel is recognized as valuable from Casterly Rock to the mountain tribes of the Eyrie. Because of this, even Arya Stark named the Bravos sword…

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