World of ice and fire book review
A Song of Ice and Fire - Book Club #2 (NO SPOILERS)
The World of Ice & Fire : The Untold History of Westeros and the Game of Thrones
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At some point, a history treatise didn't have a remote chance with me? The author split both book three A Storm of Swords and book five A Dance with Dragons into two volumes because they were so bloody long. If I often found the main books tedious wodld get through, I thought I was reading real history. Other sales followed.
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Customer Review Snapshot Average rating: 4. Catelyn's hands are cut to the bone by the assassin's dagger, but she manages to save her son's life. Game of Thrones 3. There are no Independent Premium comments yet - be the first to add your thoughts. To the reviewers who have just posted a stupid comment on here telling George R.
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