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LIT | "Game of Thrones" Discussion Series 

Rally your bannermen: the "Game of Thrones" discussion series is here. Even if you missed the first session on Monday, October 7, there is still plenty of time to share your thoughts on the George R. R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" book series and its wildly popular television adaptation on HBO. The five-part series continues Monday, October 21, at Writers and Books (740 University Ave.).

Whether you're a casual or hardcore fan, a reader of the novels, watcher of the television series, or both, this is your chance to get in depth about the critically acclaimed fantasy series.

For the readers of the series, the discussions will cover "A Game of Thrones" through "A Storm of Swords," while seasons one through three of the television series will be covered. The series takes place every other Monday through December 2. Topics include "Whose Side Are YOU On?" (October 21), "The War of Roses & The War of the Five Kings" (November 4), "Magic and Religion in Westeros and Essos" (November 18), and "'Game of Thrones' The Graphic Novel" (December 2).

All discussions run 7-8:30 p.m. and cost $3-$5. For more information visit or call 473-2590.


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