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George R.R. Martin Answers Facebook Fans' Questions

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Published on Jan 12, 2012

Amazon speaks with the hugely popular author of the epic fantasy series, "A Song of Ice and Fire" (including "Game of Thrones"). Martin was selected as one of Time magazine's "most influential people in the world." Time called him the "American Tolkien." He answers questions submitted by Amazon Books Facebook fans (back in the summer of 2011).

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Devin Rai
Just Imagine. Inside this man's head is the ending to A Song Of Ice And Fire.
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Dexter Morgan
He is a pure genius.
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Holden Mcgroine
lol what if jons mom actually does turn out to be a bar wench named wylla
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Andrew Miller
'Hitler loved dogs'. Now we know what the inspiration for Ramsay Snow was.
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TheMagnificentPony
Aww hes like a big murderous santa.
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Muajyeej Xiong
What we need to do is find the Fountain of Youth for George so he can write 50 more books!
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goodomens
I love how well thought out and thorough his answers are!
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callmeinstead
"art is not a democracy" something film makers need to understand
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Ne2o
Its crazy that a man who, as a child, experienced very little of the world is able to so eloquently tell a story that varies its perspectives across a huge continent. Amazing.
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WalterLiddy
When he talks about the female characters frustrated by their position I suddenly realized that two of these (Cersei and Brienne) are an interesting pair.  Cersei despises Brienne, yet Brienne is exactly as Cersei wishes she could be.  Cersei laments that she is not a man, whereas Brienne does not allow that fact to prevent her from assuming the office of a man.  Cersei should admire her, but doesn't - maybe because she serves as a reminder of Cersei's own failure to be what she wishes.
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