Game of Thrones has never shied away from altering its source material, but according to George R.R. Martin, this character might be the biggest change of all.
In a chat with fans, the (slow, so very, very slow) author offered an apocalyptic vision of how he'll end his epic series.
Just a heads up: If you ever spot a Game of Thrones sequel written by anyone other than George R.R. Martin, know the author thinks it is an “abomination” that you should avoid.
Though the A Song of Ice and Fire series might be winding down, that doesn't mean George R.R. Martin is done with the world of Westeros.
Hey, all you Song of Ice and Fire fans getting annoyed about George R.R. Martin taking his sweet time with the next book — the author has a message for you.
Game of Thrones erstwhile director Neil Marshall has shared a behind-the-scenes pic from an upcoming fourth season episode that hints at a very pivotal book scene.
Curious to know what’s coming up for the 4th season of Game of Thrones onward? The man who created the A Song of Ice and Fire saga has dropped some
alarming interesting tid bits.
Can Game of Thrones top the sheer horror of last season’s gut wrenching Red Wedding?
It turns out even George R. R. Martin can still be shocked by the right television show.
George R.R. Martin read another chapter from his upcoming book, The Winds of Winter. And we learned [spoilers].