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selected bibliography
 
 
taken from George R. R. Martin's offical website, we list only his short stories and novels. please take a look at his complete bibliography for his edited works, as well as movies and television.
 
 
novels
 
 
1977
Dying of the Light
1981
Windhaven (with Lisa Tuttle)
1982
Fevre Dream
1983
The Armageddon Rag
1990
Dead Man's Hand (with John J. Miller)
1996
A Game of Thrones
1999
A Clash of Kings
2000
A Storm of Swords
 
 
short stories
 
 
1976
A Song for Lya and Other Stories
1977
Songs of Stars and Shadows
1981
Sandkings
1983
Songs the Dead Men Sing
1985
Nightflyers
1986
Tuf Voyaging
1987
Portraits of His Children
2001
Quartet
2003
GRRM: A RRetrospective
 
 
 
 
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9.5/10
a game of thrones
a song of ice and fire, volume 1.
 

Martin's first entry in his stunning 'A Song of Ice and Fire' series, 'A Game of Thrones' injected new life into the fantasy genre from its inaugural printing. Full of deep characters, riveting history, and absolutely engrossing plot developments, 'A Game of Thrones' is the titanic first volume in an impressive series.

 
 
9.0/10
a clash of kings
a song of ice and fire, volume 2.
 

With the sequel to his acclaimed first volume, Martin proves that 'A Song of Ice and Fire' is destined to be a true classic in the fantasy genre. Losing none of the originality or creativity of the first novel, 'A Clash of Kings' broadens the scope of the series, and adds new depth to a growing cast of characters.

 
 
9.5/10
a storm of swords
a song of ice and fire, volume 3.
 

The triumphant third volume in the series is truly breathtaking. Major plot developments come fast and furious, and the novel is full of surprises from beginning to end. Filled with vivid imagery, witty dialogue, and superlative action scenes, 'A Storm of Swords' delivers on all counts, and then some.

 
short story
9.0/10
the hedge knight
legends I anthology, volume 2
 

As recognition of his status among the masters of modern fantasy, Martin was invited to write a short novel for the Legends collection, released in 1998. 'The Hedge Knight' is a touching tale of earlier days in the Seven Kingdoms, revealing chivalry and nobility in the least likely of places, and including just a touch of tragedy for flavour.

 
short story
7.5/10
the sworn sword
legends II anthology
 

After the success of the first version, a second Legends collection was released in late 2003, and Martin was again asked to contribute. Returning to the era of 'The Hedge Knight', he gives us another tale of Dunk & Egg. Told with his usual panache, it is a captivating tale which only loses a bit of its intensity through the fact that the troubles it entails are, to quote Egg, "smaller and stupider".