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A Flight of Sorrows is on sale now!

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10/12/2012 7:29:00 PM ET

Tower of the Hand: A Flight of Sorrows, our first essay book, is on sale now at Amazon for $5.99. The ebook contains eight original essays about A Song of Ice and Fire, written by Tower of the Hand editors and contributors, and our frequent collaborators. All of us have worked hard to assemble a collection of essays that are original, fun, and revelatory. There's something in this book for everyone, from first time readers to the most hardcore fans of George R. R. Martin. If you enjoy the essays we offer here on Tower of the Hand, we're sure you'll appreciate A Flight of Sorrows just as well. We're also sure that you'll want to discuss the essays in detail, so be sure to let us know what you think in the dedicated threads below. Thanks, and enjoy!

"Under the Bleeding Star" - Stefan Sasse, essayist at Tower of the Hand and co-host of the Boiled Leather Audio Hour
On the role of prophecy in songs of ice and fire

"Daggers in the Dark" - Miles Schneiderman, essayist at Tower of the Hand
The ultimate fates of protagonists, from A Game of Thrones to A Dance with Dragons

"The Prince That Illyrio Promised" - Alexander Smith, co-founder of Tower of the Hand
Exploring the identity of - and the aim of the conspiracy around - Aegon Targaryen

"A Game of Beds" - Amin Javadi, co-host of A Podcast of Ice and Fire
Marital infidelity, adultery, and fandom theories in A Song of Ice and Fire

"Every Case Is Different, Every Case Is Alike" - John Jasmin, co-founder of Tower of the Hand
Investigating murder investigations in Westeros

"You Win or You Sit the Bench" - Douglas Cohen, author and former editor of Realms of Fantasy magazine
Power ranking - NFL style - the top contenders in the game of thrones

"The Narratives of Winter" - Marc N. Kleinhenz, editor
Discerning the structure of Martin's saga and teasing out its final act

"The Telltale Knight" - Mimi Hoshut, co-host of A Podcast of Ice and Fire
The narrative parallels and foreshadowing of the Tales of Dunk and Egg


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