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Author of such books as Dying of the Light, Fevre Dreams and Tuff Voyaging. Best known for his work on the ASOIAF saga. Greatest author ever.
I just read A Game of Thrones. The first book in the A Song Of Ice And Fire saga by George R R Martin.
by Innocent III May 01, 2005
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One of the greatest science fiction writers of all time. Author of the most outstanding series of novels " A Song of Ice and Fire." Comparable to other authors such as J. R. R. Tolkien.
"Did you read any fantasy/science fiction novels recently?"

"Yeah, but it wasn't as good as a George R. R. Martin novel."
by Kris The Fist April 06, 2010
The most notorious serial killer of your favorite fictional characters in the the trilogy A Song of Ice and Fire and the HBO TV show Game of Thrones, the greatest modern works of fiction there are. He will create a world with characters that you love and cherish then he will kill them all. His work is so heart smashing and cruel you will want to stop watching/reading it, but its so good you won't be truly entertained by any other book or TV show ever again. He is also the man who has started the greatest trilogy sinse Star Wars but his fans face the very likely possibility he may eat himself to death before he can finish it. In conclusion he is the greatest, but worst, writer ever.
George R.R. Martin will take what you love and smash it to dust in front of you.

Hunger Games fan- The hunger games was so good, Suzanne Collins is so talented, but the book was so dark.
A.S.O.I.A.F fan- No it wasn't it was a generic topic that led to a predictable ending, the author has the talent of a sea snail, and the story was not "dark". George R.R. Martin is talented and his novels are good and dark.

George R.R. Martin will cause massive amounts of suicide if he dies before he finishes his books.
by ryles January 07, 2015

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