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u/BryndenBFish · 17 pointsr/asoiaf

Hello! Hello! Thank you for re-posting. It's always fun when someone finished ADWD. That moment of relief... that feeling that there's nothing else out there... but THERE TOTALLY IS!

Novellas, Novellettes, a Re-Read and TWOW Sample Chapters

You finished the 5 ASOIAF books. Great! But there's more ASOIAF-universe material out there. Have you read Dunk & Egg, The Princess and the Queen or the Rogue Prince? And do you know about The World of Ice and Fire: GRRM's History of Planetos? Furthermore, it's a universally accepted fact that your re-read will be much, much better than your first read. Here's some links!

u/roguetue · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

The Hedge Knight in Legends 1 paperback - 13.59 and less
The Sworn Sword in Legends 2 paperback - 7.99
The Mystery Knight in Warriors 1 paperback - 7.99

I have posted these before. Can we get a mod to add these to the sidebar so we can end these questions and people's links to torrents and PDFs. Also, these are available as graphic novels/comics as well, but I think they are pretty limited in quantity and quite expensive.

This may seem unreasonable for a couple of novellas, but they are actually good collections. Some of the stories are really good. If its really too much, they are generally available at your local library.

EDIT: If you really love ASOIAF, please buy these. More money will hopefully encourage GRRM to keep writing!

u/nowonmai666 · 8 pointsr/asoiaf

The Hedge Knight is available in this book or this one. (Kindle edition)

I don't think the prices are ridiculous. Are you perhaps looking at the graphic novel version? That's out of print and expensive, but not really the canonical telling of the tale.

The Tales of Dunk and Egg are definitely worth reading. The titular characters are my favourites in all of GRRM's writing, and seeing what Westeros was like under the Targaryens is neat background for ASOIAF. They're light-hearted and more fun than ASOIAF, but at the same time they show more of how the actions of all these fancy princes and nobles affect the smallfolk than do the other books. If you found those parts of A Feast For Crows poignant, you'll love Dunk and Egg.

u/LuminariesAdmin · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

As others have said, I would advise against that. Only watching say KL & the North in the show & skipping the others until you have watched all of those would be extremely difficult enough; doing so in the books would be a whole other world of pain.

I don't really have a tips for getting through them sorry (I'm something of an avid reader & absolutely devoured them first time & many subsequent re-reads, but not everyone is like that & that's fine), though I would suggest reading A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms after A Storm of Swords as bit of a breather after the first three books & before you launch into the behemoths that are A Feast for Crows & A Dance with Dragons. AKot7K is set decades before the main series (so you will probably pick up on a few historical references made in the main series), has a lighter tone, only a single PoV, many great illustrations & is only three short stories (the whole thing is only about half the length of the first book, A Game of Thrones, if that).

Once you get to AFfC & ADwD, you may be best to read them together as GRRM originally intended for them to be the one book but he expanded on them to maintain such. They mostly happen concurrently with a few PoVs starting towards the end of ASoS in terms of actual in-universe timeline & then the last part of Dance happens after Feast (with some of the Feast PoVs appearing once or twice in that part of Dance & some were pushed back to The Winds of Winter, the upcoming 6th book).

Just not to overload you with information now, once you finish ASoS make a post (or just do a search) asking about the combined reading orders & you will get detailed suggestions for such. Then once you make it through the main series, you can make another post/search about what other books within the ASoIaF universe you can also check out between re-reads ;)

Good luck!

u/Huevon · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

If you haven't already, you should check out Feast of Ice and Fire, the official cookbook approved by George R.R. Martin. I've made some pretty awesome stuff out of that book.

I love the references to relevant quotes from the books before each recipe.

u/alycks · 21 pointsr/asoiaf

We all tease Gurm about the food descriptions, but we all love them. I've been cooking out of A Feast of Ice and Fire for days now. It's AWESOME.

u/BruceWinslow · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

The first three were released as part of a larger collection of novellas from other popular fantasy writers. I'll break it down for you, since I have all 3 of them on my kindle...
The Hedge Knight is included in this book: Legends
The Sworn Sword is in this book: Legends II
The Mystery Knight is in this book: Warriors

The other novellas that are included in these collections are also pretty good, so if you're in to fantasy you might as well check them out. Maybe you'll discover a writer you really like and decide to read more of their stuff.

u/Dwayne_J_Murderden · 1 pointr/asoiaf

Dunk & Egg is entirely told from the point of view of Ser Duncan the Tall, a young knight out for adventure in Westeros, and since they're short stories they're far more action packed than any book of ASoIaF.

The first three Dunk & Egg tales are only available in anthologies.

The Hedge Knight

The Sworn Sword

The Mystery Knight

Combined they would cost more than ADwD, regardless of what format you buy it in. I would definitely recommend reading them at some point (and they provide at least 2 big reveals in ASoIaF), they are not necessary to read before Dance. There will be a second Warriors anthology coming out in the fall/winter I believe, containing the fourth Dunk & Egg story. Shortly after that release all 4 stories will be released in a volume together. That said, there are other great short stories in these anthologies, so you may find it worth it to get them.

u/WolfSpiderBuddy · 1 pointr/asoiaf

Great - I'm really glad to hear that when you bought the books on Amazon yesterday morning, you paid $28. Can you please check your Amazon order history and give us the link to the listing for how you bought Sworn Sword?

All I could find is this one which is only Kindle and marketplace, and this one which is only Kindle, and this one which again is only Kindle and marketplace. Is there another one I'm not seeing?

u/MustardBucket · 1 pointr/asoiaf

I received this as a Christmas present last year and it is wonderful. Almost all of the recipes are adaptable to more modern/easily obtainable ingredients and the meals can be very cheap. Awesome way to cook and read :)

u/Anonymous3891 · 9 pointsr/asoiaf

Not quite the same thing, but I was given this for my birthday:

It's a great book and GRRM even wrote a foreword. One of my favorite bits is how a contest entry of his was called 'food porn' by a judge.

u/Coppin-it-washin-it · 7 pointsr/asoiaf

I don't know of any hardcovers like that but there is a nice looking set of all 5 books in the cloth/leather material with very minimalist, clean looking covers. I just got the set actually.

Amazon link below:

u/TAEHSAEN · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

Get A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms.

This series follows the story of Duncan the Tall (of the Kingsguard) and his squire called Egg.

GRRM wrote the stories in between writing the main ASOIAF story.

Trust me, they're absolutely fantastic. You'll fall in love the with the characters in no time and you'll get to see GRRM's legendary world-building writing skills.

u/jedikitty · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

If you're willing to wait long enough (as in, quite a few months from now) there should be beautiful hardcovers released like they did with the first series. The first run had 4 hardcovers, so I assume this one will have just as many, if not a couple more. So you could just buy those on Amazon (or at Barnes and Noble, probably) as they release rather than buying tons of regular comics online.

u/howispellit · 1 pointr/asoiaf

Oh, I hadn't thought about the next book? Maybe like a burnt, or dark orange would be a good way to go!

It was a Amazon Prime deal, so $25 for me.

/u/kak09k found a good link for this set for 45

u/absolutkiss · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

Seems pretty off. He already has chapters written for the sixth book. He is working on another anthology like the successful Warriors.

Here's a blog post by GRRM talking about what he's up to...

u/R00K26 · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

I would recommend Dreamsongs for the hedge knight as all the other short stories are from GRRM and they're great. Especially the Haviland Tuff ones. Also I found this was an easier book to find in my bookstore.

u/white_shades · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

Those are the three currently published, yes. Gurm has stated there will be (if my memory serves) 12 altogether. I highly recommend the edition of TKOTSK illustrated by Gary Gianni, it's beautiful.

u/howmanymeninthenorth · -6 pointsr/asoiaf

I'm pretty sure they are published. I've read them all numerous times. Here's a link to Amazon. Really good deal for the book set.

u/daddylongstroke17 · 6 pointsr/asoiaf

Dunk & Egg were written novellas before they were graphic novels. There's 2 versions. You want this one. And yes, they're amazing and I'd recommend reading them ASAP.

u/Statboy1 · 1 pointr/asoiaf

That one is great, its the illustrated edition. Also A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms is a great supplementary book. It only has 1 POV character, Sir Duncan the Tall.

u/God_Wills_It_ · 6 pointsr/asoiaf

Here is the collection of them. As the other commenter said they are some stories that take place about 100 years before the ASOIAF novels.

I found them to be awesome. I highly recommend them for any fan of ASOIAF.

u/GyantSpyder · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

My girlfriend actually tracked down all three of the anthologies they originally appeared in and got them for me off Amazon as a Christmas present. She ended up putting a fair amount of work into getting them (we watch the show together, but she's never read the books, and this was a surprise, so piecing them together and differentiating them from The Rogue Prince and the Princess and the Queen and whatnot was tough, but she nailed it), and I was super psyched.

Here are the three anthologies on Amazon. Each has one Dunk & Egg tale:

u/Turboboxer · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

I did the Audiobooks first but I was so hooked I read them too. Cheap on Amazon for the paperback collection

Great for referencing

u/jalledebest · 2 pointsr/asoiaf
  1. The pictures are from The Illustrated Edition:
    This edition only exists for the first novel, it was released to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first book.

    As for buying the entire series: I prefer the 7 part set where the third and fifth novel are spilt in two parts, because these are a larger format than the 5 part set. But if you don't mind pocket editions, the 5 part set is probably cheaper. Or you could also buy them in hardcover or leatherbound, but those are more expensive, definitely the leather ones.
u/alyeong · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

They're kind of hard to come across because well, they're always included in collections. The Mystery Knight is in a collection called Warriors. I've read all the Novellas since the Hedge Knight was originally published in the first Legends collection. Luckily there is a paperback available for Legends 1 but I think it's out of print. Also to be more confusing, the paperback it's contained in is called Legends 2 because it's the second part of the hardcover or something? But Legends II collection is where you get the Sworn Sword. Well here's a handy list though some might not be in stock (PB = Paperback/HC = Hardcover):

  • The Hedge Knight - Legends 1 PB HC
  • The Hedge Knight - Graphic Novel PB HC
  • The Sworn Sword - Legends II PB HC
  • The Sworn Sword - Graphic Novel - PB HC
  • The Mystery Knight - Warriors I PB HC
u/OneRedBeard · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

Well, it did, minus the Hot Pie thing:

I own this, and it is delicious! :-)

u/KosstAmojan · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

Sounds like you're being excessively fixated on accuracy of a world purposefully written to be vague. Westeros is approximately the length of South America, per Martin's statements and this is generally accepted by the community.

If you want more info, feel free to check out the official book of maps.

u/BourbonInExile · 7 pointsr/asoiaf

The anthologies aren't random - he edited them.

The anthologies aren't expensive:

  • Legends containing The Hedge Knight for $7.99

  • Legends II containing The Sworn Sword for $7.99

  • Warriors containing The Mystery Knight for $8.89

    Also, they're full of short stories from other great authors.

    If you're willing to pay $7.00 for the graphic novel, why would you complain about shelling out an extra $0.99 for text with bonus stories? Digital piracy is not paying the iron price. It's more like the Sorefoot King price - stumbling along whining about what you're entitled to but haven't earned.

    Edit - Corrected "Heroes" to "Warriors", "print" to "text", and added links to Amazon for the Kindle versions
u/blackofhairandheart2 · 19 pointsr/asoiaf

You can get all three stories collected in one volume entitled A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms for less than $20 on Amazon.

This edition contains exclusive new artwork but has the original three stories in their original form.

u/kentonwayne · 1 pointr/asoiaf

This is the set i got when i wanted a physical copy. I like it a lot. I also have the woiaf, which is awesome too.

u/jfong86 · 1 pointr/asoiaf

The twitter link you posted has an amazon link that contains affiliate tags. That means the person who created the link makes money on each purchase. You may resubmit your post but use a clean amazon link instead:

u/javierNelson · 1 pointr/asoiaf

TWoW Chapters Old Bold Barry does not appear to be available online, supposedly only available in ADwD paperback edition link to amazon paperback edition with the barristan chapter here. It is supposed to be a "thrilling sneak peek"

u/le_canuck · 1 pointr/asoiaf

You can get short story collections that contain them through Amazon (Here, here, and here), but that'll add up price wise. I think GRRM is putting together an anthology of the Dunk and Egg novels, so you may want to hold off until then.

u/AgentKnitter · 2 pointsr/asoiaf
  1. The show stayed reasonably close to the books for the first three seasons, and then veered in a very different direction. So I'd say you're safe in terms of being 'spoiled' as to book events.

  2. Aim for a set that is something like this - there's plenty of versions of the published books. Some sets have ASOS and ADWD split into two smaller books, which is why you get some sets which are five books and some which are seven. There's no differences to the texts AFAIK. It's just for convenience of publishing paperbacks - those two books are extremely large and difficult to bind.

  3. I'd steer clear of googling theories and browsing reddit except when using the spoiler filters on this and other subs. It can lead you down rabbit holes :) But if you like rabbit holes, then browse away while reading! It's up to you.
u/1mmunity · 1 pointr/asoiaf

you might be looking at the graphic novel version of the hedgeknight and thats why its so expensive look them up in the anthology forms and you might have more success:
Legends 1 (contains the Hedgeknight) Legends 2 (contains The Sworn Sword), and Warriors 1 (Contains the Mystery Knight)

u/Nittanian · 61 pointsr/asoiaf

That first map is a fan-made version inspired by HBO's map for the TV series.

The second map is the canon map designed by Jonathan Roberts for the books and approved by GRRM. It was first published in The Lands of Ice and Fire.

u/BourbonOK · 1 pointr/asoiaf

On a cool note, GRRM is releasing a 35,000 word novella focusing on the Blackfyre Rebellion in a compilation book due out in December. As well if you haven't read the The Hedge Knight series of Novellas (Super good, so check them out if you haven't) they explain it in that a little.

u/Ginnerben · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

They're not currently released as stand-alones, apart from an illustrated edition, IIRC.

Your best bet to find them is in the collections they were published in:

Here, here, and here (Links taken from the sidebar).

u/ungoogleable · 1 pointr/asoiaf

What are you talking about? The current Amazon prices are $13.59, $7.99, and $7.99, with free shipping if you buy them together. Used is even cheaper.

u/PrivateMajor · 6 pointsr/asoiaf

They are cheap to buy online.

Sword Sword

Mystery Knight

And it's cool because they are only part of the bigger anthology, so if you buy these, you get a whole bunch of cool stories!

u/thedudeabides138 · 14 pointsr/asoiaf

As a fat guy who loves food, I've always loved his food-porn. Not just because I love descriptions of food, but because I really am able to immerse myself in the scene. Smell and taste are some of the most memory-triggering senses we have, and it puts you right there with the character.

However, you are absolutely right that he's using this as a way to convey the class divisions and the hardship of war, and it's not something that is often brought up.

Also, if anyone doesn't know about it, I highly recommend the Official Games of Thrones Cookbook. It's got excellent, real medieval recipes based on the food in the book:(

u/Tyrog_ · 1 pointr/asoiaf

It's not the graphic novels I'm talking about. It's a book regrouping the three novellas in one book and it has a lot of sketches representing some scenes and characters. It's not the graphic novel, although I've seen it and it looks great.

This is what I read (the cover is different in Europe, it's white) :

u/rwolfe · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

Just so you know, the Dunk and Egg stories are available really cheap online in various anthologies; the latest one I bought at Barnes and Noble.

EDIT: Here are amazon links to the said anthologies

The Hedge Knight

The Sworn Sword

The Mystery Knight

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/asoiaf

If you're talking about this then I got the same. I don't mind the text size, it is small but it gives it a nice feel to it.

u/_silver_wolf_ · 1 pointr/asoiaf

I also have this one with 7 books, it's nice.
The one without split ADWD has in fact smaller sized books (so I supposed there is smaller font). Its on the amazon page:
The dimension of the box set is 178mm x111mm.
The dimension of the box set is 197mm x 130mm.

u/warprattler · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

Quick link to (A Feast of Ice and Fire).

  • Stark Beer -- Served without head

  • Brothers Baratheon -- peach schnapps, fireball, mead

  • Dragon Pepper Chili -- Three hot peppers and whatever.

  • Hear me roar -- Add the head from the Stark Beer with the Brothers Baratheon, into the meat from the Dragon Pepper Chili (preferably boar)


  • Eunuch spaghetti and meatballs -- without the meatballs
u/IWantSpaceships · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

The UK paperback is already out, but it was split into two volumes. The US paperback was due out in August, but it was delayed until early next year. The only US release so far is the hardcover. I feel like I've seen pics of a one volume paperback ADWD though...

tl;dr - The $35 hardcover that both Amazon and Barnes & Noble have for $21 or the eBook version that both have for $15.

> I'm supposed to wait some 3-4 years after ADWD for the next book? Rough, since I started the series this June.

Yes :( You can try to find the Tales of Dunk & Egg in the anthologies each one comes in (Legends, Legends II, and Warriors). A fourth Dunk & Egg novella is coming out soon, and all four will be released in one volume afterwards.

u/yo2sense · 1 pointr/asoiaf

Bloodraven is actually a character introduced in the prequels. Are you aware of the Dunk and Egg stories now collected in A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms?

They are well worth reading. The first story was published before A Clash of Kings so they are really integral to the series I believe.

u/willwill78 · 1 pointr/asoiaf

You can buy them as a part of compendiums

The Hedge Night can be ound here -

The Sworn Sword can be found here -

And The Mystery Night can be found here -

You can get all 3 for about $30 and free shipping. You can also check your local library since each is only about 100 or so pages.

u/Ser_Samshu · 1 pointr/asoiaf


Or Here

I am not aware of a place where you can get it for free (legally)...but there may be a place and I just don't know it.

u/hudders · 6 pointsr/asoiaf

The picture on the front is different. That is the only difference. The actual content is the same.

I should warn you though that if you plan on buying the whole series in paperback, they have recently changed the height of the books which is really annoying. The two aDwD books are only available in the larger format, so I would try and get the reissues published in 2011 rather than the ones from 2003.

EDIT: FYI this is a great deal. Maybe wait for that.

u/CaptainDubby · 1 pointr/asoiaf

There is a trilogy of short stories called "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms". It's very good.

u/eighthgear · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

It is from The Lands of Ice and Fire, a book with several other neat maps in it.

u/SouthOfOz · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

You can get them for Kindle on Amazon for 39.99. And you don't have to have a Kindle; the app works just as well if you're reading from a iPad or phone.

u/TanKer-Cosme · 8 pointsr/asoiaf

Are all the books (that are published) gonna be realesed in an Ilustrated version like this one?

I see A Clash of Kings also to be realesed in November 4th but is from another author. Any way to get news about this?

u/uehmik · 17 pointsr/asoiaf

As far as I know, there is no way to buy digital copies of these yet. The only way I was able to find them was via the fantasy compilations:
Legends I,
Legends II,
Warriors I

Btw, I have no affiliation with Amazon, it was just easy to find on their site.

I almost enjoyed them more than asoiaf because there's there's no shifting POV characters for all 3 "novellas." Everything is always from the POV of Ser Duncan the Tall.

u/Snake_7 · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

Watched the show, want to get into the books.

Thought of getting a nice copy, has anyone picked up the leather-bound edition?

They look a lot less boring than the Mass-market Paperback and only for $10 more.

u/Kazamz · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

This says that each book is indeed split into 2 in german:

I've got the British English paperbacks and ASOS and ADWD are both sold in 2 parts too (the rest one book each) so you could buy the UK paperback. Logic tells me that they're probably split at the same chapter but I'd have to check when I get home tonight. Also available in the german amazon: but be carefull because it seems they have the split UK AND the complete US version.

u/IndispensableNobody · 7 pointsr/asoiaf

To answer your question about the recipes, a cookbook has been released. I'm sure someone has made some lemony lemon lemoncakes.

u/Munson4657 · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

This the Legends anthology which it was originally published in. Would that work or did you want the stand alone? I believe the stand alone is so expensive because of GoT and it originally not having a huge printing. I believe that they are spose to be reprinting but can't remember if that was for the novella or graphic novel.

u/Ron735 · 6 pointsr/asoiaf

These are the ones I bought. They are all paperback not hardcover. Legends is the most expensive since its a bigger book than the rest of them and the other two are mass produced paperback. I don't know if there is a mass produced paperback version of Legends 1 or not.

Legends 1: ~$15

Legends 2: ~$7

Warriors 1: ~$7

Total: ~$30 plus shipping on amazon

u/cheddarhead4 · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

I know - The FAQ takes you to this page on amazon that lets you buy the kindle version of the first anthology. Here is the second and here is the third.

u/preggit · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

If you want just the stories, they were published as part of a collection of short stories by several fantasy writers. They are each just a few bucks on amazon:

Book 1 - The Hedge Knight

Book 2 - The Sworn Sword

Book 3 - The Mystery Knight

u/BuenoBorracho · 1 pointr/asoiaf

Worth mentioning that some UK editions have two of the books (Feast & Dance) split in half, with different colors used for the two halves. So they've already gone through 7 colors, including black.

Like so.

u/whitedawg · 1 pointr/asoiaf

And where exactly was GRRM's legally binding promise that he would write seven books?

I don't see it here.

Or here.

So I'm curious, who promised you, when you bought the earlier books, that you would be entitled to read seven books in that series? If GRRM died tomorrow, would you sue his estate?

This argument is ridiculous.

u/ckuiper · 1 pointr/asoiaf

I feel like this would be a little cooler, but it doesn't ship until Halloween.

u/lunarblossoms · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

The first three are contained in separate collections of short stories, and there are also the graphic novels, which are expensive. I got books on Amazon for around $30 total US.

Warriors I
Legends II

u/Qoburn · 6 pointsr/asoiaf

They are not, though there are graphic novel versions. The stories were initially published in three different short-story anthologies, but were recently republished together in A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms.

u/shall_2 · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

Haha ... You know he already for a cookbook right?

A Feast of Ice and Fire

u/blyzo · 6 pointsr/asoiaf

Absolutely. The tourney scenes in the Hedge Night alone are worth shelling out for.

You can get the e-versions on Amazon for $8 bucks each.

u/toast3 · 11 pointsr/asoiaf

If you ever want to try making a few of the dishes, give this cookbook a shot.

u/Institutionlzd4114 · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

Warriors I is the anthology that has the story. The link is for Amazon. If you're outside the U.S., I can't really help you.

u/bubberrall · 1 pointr/asoiaf

The Hedge Knight is in Legends and The Sworn Sword in Legends 2

u/carieiscreepy · 6 pointsr/asoiaf

They're each in a different anthology.

The Hedge Knight

The Sworn Sword

Mystery Knight

Although, they seem to have gone up a considerable amount in price since I bought them.

u/Extradaemon · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

They Have

...can't tell if Sarcasm...

u/Kropoko · 174 pointsr/asoiaf

>He will publish an official ASOIAF cookbook before TWOW if he wants to.

He already has:

u/Scariot · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

You should look into this getting this, A Feast of Ice and Fire

u/shooby25 · 1 pointr/asoiaf

What if I told you that such a cookbook existed?

u/jaco6y · 7 pointsr/asoiaf

A Game of Thrones / A Clash of Kings / A Storm of Swords / A Feast of Crows / A Dance with Dragons

I had bought this same version a while ago for around $50 but I think it’s on sale.