Newswire: George R.R. Martin gives book readers something new to be smug about

Of all the battles waged across the war-torn land of Westeros, none is more bitter or bloody than the one between fans of HBO’s Game Of Thrones and those of its parent book series, A Song Of Ice And Fire. Show fans tend to think book readers are smug and prone to spoilers, while the irate literati just can’t believe their boob tube-addicted brethren don’t know who Lady Stoneheart is.

Now, even as fans of the show await their moment of ultimate triumph—the April 8 debut of a new season of the show, covering material the oft-delayed books have yet to reach—author George R.R. Martin has emerged from his Distraction Bunker to offer new ammunition to the readers of his sprawling novels: A plot twist the TV show won’t be able to cover, because the Game Of Thrones incarnation of the character in …

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