Guide to A Game Of Thrones, George Rr Martin
DON'T PANIC! Those large soothing letters should allow you to bear with me trough the rest of this article. For a while…
A Game Of Thrones By George Rr Martin - My Review
It is hard for me to write about this book, because there is no way that I can be objective. Been reading and loving…
A Dance With Dragons By George Rr Martin - My
A Long awaited fifth book in the A Song of Ice and Fire universe. Its timeline is set parallel with A Feast for Crows,…
A Game Of Thrones on Hbo
Now this is something worth writing about, my favored book from my favored series producer. When first heard that George…
George RR Martin Characters - Why Are they so
Have read many books by now, and can say that one thing that decides which book will I like is how much can I identify…
A Game Of Thrones for Beginners - Step By Step
A Game of Thrones: After great success of Game of Thrones series by HBO, many people took interest in the book on which…
SciFi Fantasy Horror Articles (42)
The Art Of George RR Martin
In the days long past, storytelling was considered to be one of the blessings handed down to the unworthy by the Gods mighty hand. Story told by the skillful storyteller allowed people in those hard days to, at least for the moment, escape reality and experience something hard to come…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Oct 28, 2011  
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A Game Of Thrones for Beginners Part 2 - Winter is Coming
Why is Mr. Martin cool?: Well, there is small number of people capable of bearing title "one of 100 most influential people in the world" as easy as he. Always ready to answer an interview, comment on some ordinary stuff, or joke on his own account. And off course there…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Nov 05, 2011  
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The King's Blood
The author of the King’s blood is Daniel Abraham. Daniel Abraham is an American science fiction/fantasy author who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He sometimes collaborates with the famous fantasy author George R.R. Martin who also resides in New Mexico. The book the King’s blood is the second one in…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   May 13, 2012  
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Matrim Cauthon
The most mischievous and roguish protagonist within the Wheel of Time series is, without a doubt, Matrim Cauthon. Going by Mat, this young daredevil is a cunning young man who has an extreme lucky streak, no doubt due to his nature as a Ta'veren. Mat is a handsome young man…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Jun 17, 2011  
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A Clash Of Kings By George Rr Martin - My Review
Second book in George RR Martin's epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire, is a worthy sequel to A Game of Thrones, one of the best epic fantasy books ever written. It continues events started in first book, adds new characters to the ones we already know, settles…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Oct 31, 2011  
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Rand al'Thor - Character Analysis
If you have read the Wheel of Time series, you are no doubt familiar with the primary protagonist, Rand al'Thor. It is impossible to miss him. While in the later books Rand does tend to disappear and reappear quite irregularly, his story and actions are what drive the entire series…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   May 31, 2011  
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The Top Sci Fi Books Of 2012
There are many great sci fi books out on the market today but which ones are the best? With all of the new, exciting authors coming out, it can be hard choosing an author. A new author you will enjoy in the sci fi / fantasy genre is Brandon Sanderson.…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Jan 08, 2012  
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A Game Of Thrones By George Rr Martin - My Review
It is hard for me to write about this book, because there is no way that I can be objective. Been reading and loving fantasy ever since my childhood, and this is probably one of the best epic fantasy book there is. Right in the same league with The Lord…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Oct 28, 2011  
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George RR Martins Dragons!
No work of Epic Fantasy is complete without beloved fire-spitting lizards! Many of creatures depicted in fantasy count their roots in popular folklore tales, legends or myths. There are Elves, Dwarves, Trolls… all sort of strange menagerie, but they, in modern day readers imagination, differ greatly from the form they…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Nov 06, 2011  
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Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore
If you really want to appreciate the fantasy book Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore I think it’s a must to read the first two books Graceling and Fire first. The fantasy series in the Graceling realm is centered on the young warrior Katsa and her journey to self-discovery. It’s a story…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   May 27, 2012  
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The Last Herald Mage: Magics Pawn
Today, we'll be reviewing Magic's Pawn, by Mercedes Lackey. Magic's Pawn is the first of three books in The Last Herald Mage trilogy. It is set in a kingdom called Valdemar. Mages are those who can do magic. Heralds are people with extrasensory or psychic abilities who have devoted their…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Jul 25, 2011  
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A Game Of Thrones Filming on Iceland
Here is piece of news for all you people that loved watching HBO-s Game of Thrones series. Location for the filming of second season of the series is going to be in Iceland, near Vatnajökul - glacier in the southeast part of Iceland. And it will take place at the…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Oct 31, 2011  
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Fantasy Books 2011
2011 was a great year for fantasy literature. A lot of awaited books arrived and we had our fair share of surprises. Making lists of the best books are a difficult thing since reading and judging are two very subjective things. That’s why this list of fantasy books 2011 is…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Apr 12, 2012  
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The Wheel Of Time - The Eye Of the World Synopsis
The Eye of the World begins in the little village of Emond's Field. Rand al'Thor, a simple sheep herder, is suddenly thrown into the midst of a huge tale of adventure that he never dreamed existed. However this is completely swept away one day when two major events occur. A…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Jun 04, 2011  
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George RR Martin Characters - Why Are they so Lifelike?
Have read many books by now, and can say that one thing that decides which book will I like is how much can I identify with characters in it. Sometimes deciding thing is some feature in characters which I can recognize and identify with, sometimes it's simply lovability of character,…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Oct 28, 2011  
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Guide to A Game Of Thrones, George Rr Martin And Asoiaf
DON'T PANIC! Those large soothing letters should allow you to bear with me trough the rest of this article. For a while now I'm writing about George RR Martin and his work, it is the topic for me, and I like writing about it. Lots of things related to George…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Nov 07, 2011  
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The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Book Review
For all us geeks out there, this is a set of books that hits home to most of us and when we hear the name Stephen King we immediately think of The Dark Tower Series. The series is 8 books long so far, and this is my review of the…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Aug 26, 2013  
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The Last Herald Mage: Magics Promise
Today, we'll be reviewing Magic's Promise, the second book in the Last Herald Mage Trilogy by Mercedes Lackey. In short, last time Vanyel (the main character) loved and lost a boy named Tylendel Frelennye, and in the resulting chaos his magical pathways were forced open. Vanyel is now a Herald-Mage,…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Jul 25, 2011  
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A Storm Of Swords By George Rr Martin - My Review
After great job with A Game of Thrones and A Clash of Kings, Martin continues in the same manner in his third book in A Song of Ice and Fire series of epic fantasy books. Events are unfolding with tremendous momentum, and characters are struggling to keep with up as…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Nov 01, 2011  
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Fantasy book awards
There are a couple of interesting fantasy book awards each year. Three of the ones that are getting a bit more attention are World fantasy awards, Hugo award and Goodreads choice awards. There are some differences in all three’s voting systems, none better than the other. I like the diversity…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Apr 16, 2012  
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The Wheel of Time - The True Source
If you are an avid reader of fantasy literature, it is almost impossible to not stumble upon the amazing world of Robert Jordan at one point or another during your quest for the next epic read. Robert Jordan has created the first modern epic since J.R.R. Tolkien penned his unforgettable…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Jun 08, 2011  
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Authors Similar to George RR Martin - Check Them Out
Something that any reader of fantasy should always be on the lookout are good fantasy books. Today there are more fantasy books than ever, but that makes picking a good one from the crowd difficult. A good way of picking is by reading reviews, and if they are comparing book…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Oct 28, 2011  
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George RR Martins Jon Snow
It is time to discuss my favored character in all Martin's books. Strength of his novels lies in great characterization, his heroes are beautifully pictured, none of them being flawless, but more humane than in any other work of fantasy ever. There are many great point of view characters in…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Nov 10, 2011  
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best steampunk books
Excerpt from Steam City Pirates by Jim Musgrave: The following day, Bessie Mergenthaler, Seth and I were all dressed up for our meeting with the Grand Inquisitor of the World Scientific Advancement Society for Progress, or whatever asinine title he or she gave him or herself. I wore my black…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Nov 17, 2013  
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The Last Herald Mage: Magics Price
Welcome! Thanks for sticking around. As I am sure you are familiar with by now, this is my review of the third and final book in the Last Herald Mage series, Magic’s Price. Well we’re rapidly approaching the end of the series, and the plot is finally starting to wrap…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Jul 25, 2011  
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A Feast for Crows By George Rr Martin - My Review
Again we return to the lands of Westeros, where War of the Five Kings is nearing it's end. Return to this land full of intrigue, struggle for power, lust and treachery, where twists and turns of faith keep everyone on their toes, is like coming back to old lover -…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Nov 02, 2011  
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Fantasy books for young adults
Contrary to what the term “fantasy books for young adults” says it’s not really only for young adults. It’s said to be directed at the ages 12 to 18, but in reality people of all ages can read and appreciate them. The young adult fantasy and fiction has gotten so…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Apr 19, 2012  
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The Wheel Of Time - Aes Sedai
In Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series, the pivotal action revolves around an order that goes by the name of Aes Sedai (pronounced 'eye sa die'). Within the series this order consists entirely of females who can wield the one power, Saidar, using it to create weaves of healing and…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Jun 08, 2011  
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A Game Of Thrones on Hbo
Now this is something worth writing about, my favored book from my favored series producer. When first heard that George RR Martin is negotiating about filming series based on his book A Game of Thrones, I was both thrilled, and scared. Many good books failed in adaptation to different media…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Oct 28, 2011  
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When The Winds Of Winter Will Start to Blow?
One of the frequently asked questions by all of George RR Martin fans is when the next book in the series is going to be done? I'm going to try and make an assumption, and discuss a little about what The Winds are blowing our way.What we know so far…
By:  in  Book Reviews  >  SciFi Fantasy Horror   Nov 11, 2011  
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Here we have some hot news. After success of "Game of Thrones" on HBO, Martins largest project "Wild…
With the world rapidly accelerating towards destruction, Rand al'Thor determines to institute an…
May 2012 exhibits some exciting fantasy book releases. We got a couple of long-awaited sequels, some…
Don't misunderstand me, I won't write about how would orcs fare against The Others. What I want is…

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