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10 Books for A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) Lovers.

So Mr George R.R. Martin, you’re going to make us wait a while longer before we can discover the fate of the remaining (few) characters that inhabit your wonderful epic, A Song of Ice and Fire.

That’s fine, we can wait but, thanks to forreadingaddicts fans, we’ve found something to keep us entertained in the mean time.

Top of our poll is the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. With eight novels and myriad novellas etc, these will keep you entertained for a wee while.

Outlander Box Set US
Outlander Box Set UK

The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan came within 1 vote of being joint top. Another huge series, this is sure to keep you occupied for a long time to come.

The Wheel of Time US
The Wheel of Time UK

Third and my choice for this poll, is Robin Hobb’s Farseer Trilogy; the writing is beautiful and we get to follow our protagonists in other works which is always a bonus.

Farseer Trilogy US
Farseer Trilogy UK

Stephen King’s fantasy saga The Dark Tower is next, Roland of Gilead’s journey to the centre of all the worlds is a truly fantastic tale told in typical King fashion.

The Dark Tower US
The Dark Tower UK

The Kingkiller Chronicle by Patrick Rothfuss is fifth. A trilogy featuring Kvothe, a famous musician and adventurer, this was a favourite for many of you.

The Kingkiller Chronicle US
The Kingkiller Chronicle UK

Sixth and worth inclusion through their title alone are The Gentleman Bastard Books.

The Gentleman Bastard Books US
The Gentleman Bastard Books UK

Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth saga is 7th..

Sword of Truth US
Sword of Truth UK

.. and 8th is Robin Hobb’s Liveship Traders Trilogy

Liveship Traders US
Liveship Traders UK

Brent Weeks’ Night Angel Trilogy is our penultimate pick..

Night Angel US
Night Angel UK

.. And your final choice for this poll was Sarah J. Maas’ Throne of Glass saga.

Throne of Glass US
Throne of Glass UK

I’m sure there’s plenty there to keep us all busy until the surviving cast of George’s Epic are dusted off and brought out to play again. But if not, we can always re-read the ones we have already.

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