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Description

A Podcast of Ice and Fire is your audible source for everything in the world of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series. Our podcast is a ridiculous, fun amalgamation of series news, theories, discussion, and opinions, as well as dedicated reviews of HBO's Game of Thrones episodes. Warning: podcast episodes contain spoilers for all published ASOIAF books, explicit content on par with the series content, and constant references to creaking doors.

Customer Reviews

A really fun podcast for George RR Martin fans.

I am really enjoying this podcast. Likeable hosts and in depth conversations about a great series. The group has some naturally funny individuals. As the podcast goes on you see the show really come together (the first podcasts are enjoyable, but they get much better as they go on). Highly recommended to all A Song of Ice and Fire fans! If you haven't tried the series, the books are available on Itunes.

Very long episodes with maybe not much said

In the long drought between Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire installments, I went looking for something to keep me entertained related to his world. I like podcasts, so I tried this one. I started at the beginning and have completed 20 or so episodes so far. I can only listen to one per week, or it is an overload of the group. I do not have time to cruise websites and check Martin's daily for updates on progress. Nor have I ever been one to listen into other's "conspiracy theories" of what a plot means or how it will go. This podcast has informed me on things I never knew about, such at the HBO series. I also found some of the theories that they bring up to be interesting and some to be absurd. Some I figured out, they are just plain obvious, others you have to really jump a lot of hoops to get. I like that the group is dynamic and who podcasts changes. I definitely like some members better than others. I do not visit their blog. I am not a blog reader, nor do I have time. I listen to this podcast on my commute and while at work on headphones. I like the re-read they have been doing for some time now. It is interesting to catch some things on a follow-up having read all the available books until now. I do not mind the once-per-month release. I know some people who listened to only a couple episodes and ditched it. If you like the books and want more than Martin's measly podcast, then try this. Each person will have to decide if this is for them. Skipping ahead to the re-read sections may be better if the first couple episodes are still iffy.

Frickin great

My uncle told me about this series and how great it was so i bought the first book and was hooked. then a couple months later he told me about a podcast that was based on the books and that it was good. I decided to try it and have been hooked on it since the past couple weeks. I just hope they make some more episodes...

A Podcast of Ice and Fire
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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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