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George Raymond Richard Martin (born September 20, 1948), sometimes referred to as GRRM, is an American screenwriter and author of fantasy, horror, and science fiction. He is best known for A Song of Ice and Fire, his bestselling series of epic fantasy novels that HBO adapted for their dramatic series Game of Thrones. Martin was selected by Time magazine as one of the "2011 Time 100", a list of the "most influential people in the world". (Source: Wikipedia)

Wit & Wisdom of Tyrion Lannister, The

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

The perfect gift for fans of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels and HBO’s Game of Thrones: a collection of wicked one-liners from the incomparable Imp of Casterly Rock, fully illustrated by Jonty Clark!   “My mind is my weapon. My brother has his sword, King Robert has his warhammer, and I have my mind . . . and a mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone if it is to keep its edge.”   The jealous masses of the Seven Kingdoms may call him Halfman, but none have ever accused T

Songs of Love and Death

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

IN this star-studded cross-genre anthology, seventeen of the greatest modern authors of fantasy, science fiction, and romance explore the borderlands of their genres with brand-new tales of ill-fated love. From zombie-infested woods in a postapocalyptic America to faery-haunted rural fields in eighteenth- century England, from the kingdoms of high fantasy to the alien world of a galaxy-spanning empire, these are stories of lovers who must struggle against the forces of magic and fate. Award-winn

The Glass Flower

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

It's been a lifetime and more since Cyrain has been challenged in the game of mind. When the cyborg arrives, she senses a worthy and dangerous opponent--one that's been dead for 800 years...

Sandkings

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

When Simon Kress returned to his home planet of Baldur from an offworld business trip, he was amused to find that his tank of Earth piranhas had cannibalized themselves into extinction, and of the two exotic animals that roamed his estate, only one remained. Now, in search of some new pets to satisfy his cruel pursuit of amusement, Simon finds a new shop in the city where he is intrigued by a new lifeform he has never heard of before ... a collection of multi-colored sandkings. The curator expla

Wild Cards

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

Book 1 of "Wild Cards"

When an alien virus strikes Earth, people randomly affected around the world find themselves either dead or transformed. To some-the "aces"-the transformation is great and wonderful. For others-the "jokers"-the transformation is horrible and grotesque. Earth has now become a world where anything goes; a world of Wild Cards.

Double Solitaire

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

Book 10 of "Wild Cards: G. Martin"

Dr. Tachyon's psychotic grandson, Blaise, hijacks Tachyon's body and his spaceship and flees to Tachyon's homeworld, Takis. Tachyon, trapped in a pregnant 16-year-old's body, manages to follow Blaise to Takis, but on a planet where women are treated as chattels, what can a teenage girl do? The Wild Card series has been optioned by Disney Studios.

Turn Of The Cards

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

Book 12 of "Wild Cards: G. Martin"

A powerful novel rich in political intrigue and lively shenanigans. The Rox is history and Mark Meadows is on the run, pursued by the CIA, DEA, and Wild Card mistress Mistral. Caught between the Jokers and the nats who want him dead, Mark must decide whether to unleash his Ace powers or stay true to his peaceful ideals--and die. Optioned by Disney Studios.

Deuces Down

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

Book 16 of "Wild Cards: G. Martin"

The first fifteen volumes of the Wild Cards series concerned themselves primarily with aces (those given superhuman powers by the Wild Cards virus) and jokers (those whom the virus transformed into freaks and monsters). But in this all-new collection of Wild Cards stories, Deuces Down will focus on some characters less often in the spotlight: the deuces. In Wild Card slang, a deuce is an ace whose superpower is tiny, trivial, sometimes silly.As with the other books in the series, Deuces Down is

Death Draws Five

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

Book 17 of "Wild Cards: G. Martin"

It’s really quite simple. Mr. Nobody wants to do his job. The Midnight Angel wants to serve her Lord. Billy Ray, dying from boredom, wants some action. John Nighthawk wants to uncover the awful secret behind his mysterious power. Fortunato wants to rescue his son from the clutches of a cryptic Vatican office. John Fortune just wants to catch Siegfried and Ralph’s famous Vegas review. The problem is that all roads, whether they start in Turin, Italy, Las Vegas, Hokkaido, Japan, Jokertown, Snake H

Wild Cards II: Aces High

Written By: Martin, George R. R.

Book 2 of "Wild Cards"

It all began in 1946, when the bizarre, gene-altering A3Wild CardsAy virus was unleashed in the skies over New York City. A virus that created superpowered Aces and bizarre, disfigured Jokers. Now, thirty years later, the victims face a new nightmare. From the far reaches of space comes The Swarm, a deadly menace that could very well destroy the planet. Putting aside their hatred and mistrust, Aces and Jokers must form an uneasy alliance and prepare for a battle they must not lose.

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