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The Art of George R. R. Martins a Song of Ice & Fire Fantasy Flight Games (COR)/ Martin, George R. R. (ILT)/ Robinson, Zoe (FRW) 1 of 1
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FORMAT: Hardcover
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1589949676
ISBN-13: 9781589949676
Sku: 217489605
Publish Date: 4/12/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 11H x 8.5L x 1T
Pages:  189
Age Range:  NA
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Visit the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms with The Art of George R.R. Martin''s A Song of Ice & Fire, Volume 2! This new volume contains some of the most stunning artwork taken from the various Fantasy Flight Games products related to George R.R. Martin''s best-selling A Song of Ice & Fire book series. Featuring imagery from Houses great and small, this collection guides readers through the history of the Seven Kingdom while also providing background on the various groups that play a role the game of thrones. With nearly 200 pages of scenes, characters, and locations from George R.R. Martin''s best-selling A Song of Ice & Fire novels, this new volume of The Art of George R.R. Martin''s A Song of Ice & Fire is a great guide for any aspiring hedge knight.
Author Bio
George R.R. Martin
George Richard Raymond Martin began writing very early, and says that he sold original monster stories to neighborhood kids for pennies--a price which apparently included dramatic readings of these tales. Martin graduated summa cum laude from Northwestern University with a B.S. in journalism. The next year he received a master's degree, also in journalism, and published his first stories, "Songs the Dead Man Sing" and "The Hero". A conscientious objector during the Vietnam War, Martin worked with the Cook County Legal Assistance Foundation as an alternate service. Throughout the 1970s he worked a number of jobs--including teaching journalism and directing chess tournaments--while continuing to write. Martin won his first Hugo in 1975 for "A Song for Lya". His first novel, DYING OF THE LIGHT, received a Hugo nomination in 1978. Ending the 1970s with a bang, he won two more Hugos, both in 1980, one for the story "Sandkings", which also garnered Martin his first Nebula Award. The early 1980s saw the release of two extraordinary novels, FEVRE DREAM and THE ARMAGEDDON RAG. The first of these, a brilliant novel of vampires stalking the Mississippi River towns of the 1800s, remains one of the greatest vampire novels ever written. The second is a searing indictment of America in the 1970s, couched in a strange tale of possession and power in the world of rock & roll. Both novels were nominated for the prestigious World Fantasy Award. Continuing to write award-winning short fiction, Martin began to work in television in the mid-1980s. He was a script editor on the revived TWILIGHT ZONE show, later moving to the enormously popular BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, for which he eventually became the executive producer. In 1987 he introduced an anthology series under the title Wild Cards, which he edited and occasionally contributed stories. This series proved remarkable successful and has expanded to over 30 books. Martin devoted much of the early 1990s to writing one novel, the massive A GAME OF THRONES. This epic fantasy work, the first of a projected series, was met with great acclaim, with many claiming it to be the best high-fantasy novel ever. Its sequel, A CLASH OF KINGS, cemented this theory for many fans, and, with this series, it looks like Martin will remain at the front of the field for a very long time.
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