All books related to a song of ice and fire
Portal:Books - A Wiki of Ice and FireA Song of Ice and Fire Series. The series comprises one epic story that is still being written. It is intended to be complete in seven volumes, but the author has stated it could go on for longer. Book 0. With all the fire and fury fans have come to expe… More.
Every Game of Thrones book you can read after the final season
A Song of Ice and Fire is an award-winning series of best-selling books of epic fantasy novels by American author and scriptwriter George R. The series currently comprises five published novels with two more anticipated to bring the series to a conclusion. The fifth book, A Dance with Dragons , was published on 12 July There are also three prequel novellas set in the same world. Game of Thrones is the television adaptation of the books.
Missing GoT already? Here's what to check out after the HBO phenomenon's finale. We may never know. For starters, GoT was not George R. Martin's first book. By the time it was published in , Martin was already a three-time Hugo Award winner once each for best novella, novelette and short story , an established novelist and a screenwriter including writing episodes for the revival of The Twilight Zone. The official canon of A Song of Ice and Fire books commonly referred to as ASOIAF includes everything written within the main books, plus quite a few prequels, some excerpts and a couple of history and art books -- plus the prerelease Winds of Winter chapters and the graphic novels based on the main book series.
Martin wrote three separate novellas set ninety years before the events of the novels. The unfinished series of novellas is to continue to be published in a series of collections entitled A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms. The first of these, comprising the first three novellas, was published — with illustrations by Gary Gianni — in October , and in unillustrated translations earlier. Film or TV adaptations of the novellas are being discussed, according to Martin in He wrote that because HBO owns the TV rights to the setting of Westeros if not to the characters of the novellas , it would be preferable to have HBO adopt the novellas also. The first and second novellas were, in addition, adapted as graphic novels :.