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Non-Book Review: Game Of Thrones And The Medieval Art Of War

Game Of Thrones And The Medieval Art Of War, by Ken Mondschein It ought not to be a surprise that there have been a few notable efforts on the part of military historians to tie the Game of Thrones with … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Song Of Ice And Fire: Roleplaying A Game Of Thrones

A Song Of Ice And Fire:  Roleplaying A Game Of Thrones:  Adventure, War, And Intrigue In George R.R. Martin’s World Of Westeros, by Robert J. Schwalb As someone who is at least a casual fan of the Game of Thrones … Continue reading

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Keeping Up With The Targaryens

As someone who is at least a casual fan of the HBO series Game of Thrones [1] and the sprawling series of novels that inspired it, I also occasionally from time to time enjoy seeing spoilers, and so I was … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Clash Of Kings

A Clash Of Kings, by George R.R. Martin The second volume [1] of the novel series “A Song Of Ice And Fire,” this particular volume continues where the previous novel left off. We see the fall of Winterfell to an … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Game Of Thrones

Being a casual fan of the television show “Game Of Thrones,” which is based on this series of novels “A Song Of Ice And Fire [1],” when I saw this book and its cohorts on sale at Costco the first … Continue reading

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It’s Only A Television Show

One of the hazards of being a fan of speculative fiction is the fact that the fanbases of such series are so passionately identified with various characters. While some authors, like J.R.R. Tolkien, were actually fairly fond of keeping most … Continue reading

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