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Similar Books - Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin

If you enjoyed reading A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin, the Bellingham Library suggests you might also enjoy reading the following titles. Click on any book cover twice to see the book in the catalog.

Book 1 of The Soldier Son Trilogy. Nevare Burvelle was destined from birth to be a soldier. He must endure the rigors of military training, and ultimately faces a forest-dwelling folk who possess an ancient magic.

First of a 10-part epic fantasy. A classic story of intrigue, magic, and war, with a large cast of characters and multiple settings lovingly detailed in a way only possible in volumes of this size.

This is the first book in the 4-book “Shadowmarch” series. In a once turbulently conflicted land of humans, elves, and dwarves, an old truce is starting to unravel. An intricate and intriguing saga.

This will take readers away to a new world – an Earth so far in the distant future that our time is not even a memory; a world where magick is commonplace and great areas of the planet are impassable wastes. But human nature hasn’t changed through the ages.

Brother turns on brother to win the ultimate prize, the throne of England, in this dazzling account of the wars of the Plantagenets.

An unloved, orphaned boy is the offspring of someone important; twins assume each other’s identities; an aged ruler clings to power. Weeks manages to ring new tunes on these old bells.

First book in a trilogy. This is the riveting first-person narrative of Kvothe, a young man who grows up to be one of the most notorious magicians his world has ever seen.

First book in the Malazan Book of the Fallen series. When the last of the free cities of the Malazan Empire is targeted by the forces of the Empress Laseen, squad leader Sergeant Whiskeyjack and the mage Tattersall confront dark gods to protect the citadel of Darujhistan.

This is the first book in the epic fantasy trilogy “The First Law.” British newcomer Abercrombie fills his muddled sword-and-sorcery series opener with black humor and reluctant heroes.