Game of Thrones, book and show alike, is spun from classic myth, from the tales of Robin Hood and King Arthur to the Norse Ring Cycle and saga of Ragnarok. Above all these human adventures soar Daenerys' dragons adapted from the dragons, wyverns, and wyrms of Western bestiaries. But what about the merlings, seal folk, wargs, greenseers, grumpkins, and snarks: Which mythologies created them?
A World of Ice and Fire has lured fans far deeper into Martin's world with exciting new lore of the Valyrians, Mazemakers, and Deep Ones. Discover how it all fits together through the mystical legends of Earth that inspired it all.
What listeners say about Mythology in Game of Thrones
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- robert saleda
in-depth back ground
This really helped me with all the bends and twists of game of thrones even had me rereading ad one parts for better understanding
7 people found this helpful
- Tyler M.
Not What I Expected
I was hoping for a more literary analysis, but this audio book referenced Reddit users, and was more a "what if" on possible endings for ASOIAF
5 people found this helpful
short & entertaining <br />Like a Forum discussion
short & entertaining
Like a Forum discussion
some new ideas I have not come along in the Fandom some old ideas but with a good landing
2 people found this helpful