The Game of Thrones series's storyline closely follows the story of George R.R. Martin 's A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there are still some differences between books and series, especially in recent seasons. On this page, there is a list of differences such as additional scenes, character appearances, and chronological changes that can be found in the TV series Game of Thrones .

Please note, that this list shouldn't spoil the next seasons. Feel free to add differences, but don't mention any scenes/characters which weren't mentioned or shown in the first season and can spoil the second season. If anything spoils too much, please correct or delete.

These differences can be found between the first season of the TV series and A Game of Thrones , the first novel in the A Song of Ice and Fire book series.

Now. Most of the shorter novels (so far) fit within a large lacuna left in the middle of VOYAGER, in the years between 1757 and 1761. Some of the Bulges also fall in this period; others don’t.

So, for the reader’s convenience, here is a detailed Chronology, showing the sequence of the various elements in terms of the storyline. However, it should be noted that the shorter novels and novellas are all designed suchly that they may be read alone, without reference either to each other or to the Big, Enormous Books—should you be in the mood for a light literary snack instead of the nine‐course meal with wine‐pairings and dessert trolley.

OUTLANDER (novel) —If you’ve never read any of the series, I’d suggest starting here. If you’re unsure about it, open the book anywhere and read three pages; if you can put it down again, I’ll give you a dollar. (1946/1743) In the U.K., the title of my first book is CROSS STITCH.

F irst published in 1941, Walter Farley’s best-selling novel for young readers is the triumphant tale of a boy and a wild horse. From Alec Ramsay and the Black’s first meeting on an ill-fated ship to their adventures on a desert island and their eventual rescue, this beloved story will hold the rapt attention of readers new and old.
Format: Trade Paperback, 224 pages;
Pub Date: August 1991; ISBN: 0-679-81343-8
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When Alec receives the Black Stallion’s first son as a gift, he believes his dreams have come true, but Satan’s savage arrogance makes him dangerous and unpredictable. Still, Alec is resolved to gain the fiery colt’s trust, even if he must risk his life to do it.
Ages 9-12, Paperback 1 edition (January 1995), Random Hous (Merchandising)
ISBN: 0679813454 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.77 x 7.63 x 5.16
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A boy and his archeologist friend spend two weeks on a desolate Caribbean island where they discover a hidden valley, underground tunnels built by Spanish Conquistadors,and a wild flame-colored stallion.
Ages 9-12, Paperback – 224 pages Reissue edition (April 1980), Random House (Merchandising);
ISBN: 0394843762 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.62 x 7.62 x 5.15
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The Game of Thrones series's storyline closely follows the story of George R.R. Martin 's A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there are still some differences between books and series, especially in recent seasons. On this page, there is a list of differences such as additional scenes, character appearances, and chronological changes that can be found in the TV series Game of Thrones .

Please note, that this list shouldn't spoil the next seasons. Feel free to add differences, but don't mention any scenes/characters which weren't mentioned or shown in the first season and can spoil the second season. If anything spoils too much, please correct or delete.

These differences can be found between the first season of the TV series and A Game of Thrones , the first novel in the A Song of Ice and Fire book series.

The Game of Thrones series's storyline closely follows the story of George R.R. Martin 's A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there are still some differences between books and series, especially in recent seasons. On this page, there is a list of differences such as additional scenes, character appearances, and chronological changes that can be found in the TV series Game of Thrones .

Please note, that this list shouldn't spoil the next seasons. Feel free to add differences, but don't mention any scenes/characters which weren't mentioned or shown in the first season and can spoil the second season. If anything spoils too much, please correct or delete.

These differences can be found between the first season of the TV series and A Game of Thrones , the first novel in the A Song of Ice and Fire book series.

Now. Most of the shorter novels (so far) fit within a large lacuna left in the middle of VOYAGER, in the years between 1757 and 1761. Some of the Bulges also fall in this period; others don’t.

So, for the reader’s convenience, here is a detailed Chronology, showing the sequence of the various elements in terms of the storyline. However, it should be noted that the shorter novels and novellas are all designed suchly that they may be read alone, without reference either to each other or to the Big, Enormous Books—should you be in the mood for a light literary snack instead of the nine‐course meal with wine‐pairings and dessert trolley.

OUTLANDER (novel) —If you’ve never read any of the series, I’d suggest starting here. If you’re unsure about it, open the book anywhere and read three pages; if you can put it down again, I’ll give you a dollar. (1946/1743) In the U.K., the title of my first book is CROSS STITCH.

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