Where can you find all the books Game of Thrones is based on?

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Not happy with HBO’s Game of Thrones finale? Read the books!

It’s no secret at this point that the majority of fans are not happy with the way HBO’s hit drama Game of Thrones ended the series. Before we go over why audiences may have not enjoyed the finale episodes of GoT, here’s your official spoiler alert!

If you have yet to watch all of Game of Thrones or missed the series finale, please note there are big spoilers below. You may not want to read ahead to avoid spoiling the ending for yourself.

Whether you weren’t happy with Cersei Lannister’s unsatisfying death, Bran becoming King, or simply felt Season 8 was too rushed, chances are you have at least a couple of complains. However, there’s a large number of fans who are more than a little unhappy, they absolutely hate the finale.

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Well, if this is you, we have great news! For a better ending (and story, overall) read George R.R. Martin’s novels! The books are what Game of Thrones is based on.

Where can you find the books? Just about anywhere! Any book store or massive retailer, including Walmart and Target, have all five books available.

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The Song of Ice and Fire book series consists of five books, but the series is not complete just yet! Martin is still working on the sixth book, and he plans of concluding the story with a seventh. With no release date in sight for book six, to be titled The Winds of Winter, you have plenty of time to catch up on the story.

You can also find them at Amazon, where a free preview is offered, in both book form and Audiobook. Or find all chapters at Novels 77 and read them for free. Another freebie comes from George R.R. Martin himself. The author has shared with fans seven of the chapters from The Winds of Winter, which he has completed, ahead of the book’s upcoming release, on his site here.

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Want more Game of Thrones? Scribd, which gives new members a free trial, has two prequels: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms  and Fire & Blood: 300 Years Before A Game of Thrones (A Targaryen History) available. Happy reading!

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