Volume two of an authorised exclusive insight into HBO's hugely successful GAME OF THRONES series, based on the bestselling books by George R.R. Martin.
C.A. Taylor has worked behind the scenes in the TV industry for over a decade and started writing about it for HBO's MAKING OF GAME OF THRONES in 2010. This is her first book.
Overall this is an impressive behind-the-scenes book which is organised and written in a very accessible way. I had originally intended to dip in at random and found myself reading it from cover to cover. If you are a fan of the show this book is well worth picking up * Geek Planet Online * Beautifully produced and generous with titbits from insiders, this companion satisfyingly feeds the ongoing fascination with George R. R. Martin's best-selling fantasy world. A perfect book to hunker down with until The Winds of Winter lands. * Fizz and Tattle * Inside HBO's Game of Thrones II: Seasons 3 & 4 is a well presented book, filled with a tremendous amount of information crammed into its 192 pages. This has real weight behind it and it never feels like a light-weight puff piece. It's recomnded reading for Game of Thrones fans * Movies in Focus * If you're a fan of the show, the books or both, there's something for everyone * Sci-Fi Now * Inside HBO's Game of Thrones: Seasons 3 & 4 is an essential companion to the show that will enhance the Game of Thrones fan experience * Upcoming 4 Me * A full guide to the last two series of the blood-curdling, breast-and-buttock-flashing fantasy show * Bella * Seriously though, Winter is Coming... this keepsake brings the vivid, rich world of George R. R. Martin's fantasy alive with character profiles, on-set photography, maps, family trees and Q&As with the cast and crew. The full-color book includes a forward by George R. R. Martin himself, along with some welcoming words from series creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. It also includes sections about practical jokes on the cast and a study of the Dothraki language * IGN * Fans will lap up all the extraordinary insights, lush photo and revealing access to the stars * Heat * The result is a lovingly-produced companion to a much admired landmark TV series that skilfully blends the cold facts of its production with the emotionally=charged fictional lives (and deaths) that have kept viewers enthralled for the past few years. * Starburst Magazine *