Every Death In 'A Song Of Fire And Ice' Books, Tabbed

November 20, 2013


Ever wonder how many deaths there have been in George R.R. Martin's 'A Song of Fire and Ice' series so far? This many. After a quick count I estimate over ten. "There are way more than ten." It was a very quick count.

Thanks to Pillowfight (you know I'm down!) and Greg, who agree that when it comes to killing characters in a story, the pen really is mightier than the sword. But a typewriter -- a typewriter is even mightier. And a computer with a nice word processing program? Good lordy, that's some epic king shit.

  • Big Hug Mug

    "grey tab in grey book, sark grey tab in darker grey book, light grey tab in light grey tab."-Dog

  • JohnJGalt

    The only work I have ever read by this author was the short story "Sandkings" and I would recommend it to anyone that likes SciFi. The color (1980s ?) "Outer Limits" first episode was a very poor adaptation of his novelette. The original story was much more interesting. It's hard to find today, though there was a graphic novel of it that was true to the story.

  • lmern

    This is pretty neat. But, why oh why aren't the appropriately coloured tabs in the matching coloured books....

  • Broseph

    if you're color coding it should be by faction instead of book cover

  • lmern

    This would also be an acceptable colour coordination.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    Blue tab -> blue book and green tab -> green book obviously...

    So then I'm guessing pink tab with red book and orange tab with brown book?
    Which leaves yellow tab with white book.

    An OCD wouldn't allow that either I'm afraid...

  • lmern

    Blue tabs in the blue book, pink tabs in the red, (If I have to) orange tabs in the brown book (I guess) and buy some motherfuckin white tabs for the white book. If necessary, buy white post-its and cut them into slivers.

  • Wow. Just.... wow.

  • Hayley Prychun Rodgers

    OCD? :)

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