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The Only Official “A Song Of Ice And Fire” App Made with George R. R. Martin’s Cooperation Now Available on iOS Devices and Coming Soon on Nook
New York City, NY (PRWEB) November 27, 2012
Today, the Random House Publishing Group launched GEORGE R. R. MARTIN’S A WORLD OF ICE AND FIRE – A GAME OF THRONES GUIDE. The app is now available on iOS devices and will be available soon on Nook devices.
A WORLD OF ICE AND FIRE is the first official app guide for George R. R. Martin’s bestselling series that began with A Game of Thrones. With profiles of more than 540 characters, 380 places, and major houses, along with interactive world maps, this exhaustive guide is the must-have reference for fans of “A Song of Ice and Fire.”
GEORGE R. R. MARTIN’S A WORLD OF ICE AND FIRE – A GAME OF THRONES GUIDE also includes:
The free limited content version of the app includes eight POV characters from A Game of Thrones and interactive maps for the North and South. Additional InfoPacks based on each book are available for purchase. Users buy once and receive all new information as InfoPacks are updated.
Six InfoPacks to Choose From – Buy Once and Get Free Updates
About the Random House Publishing Group
The flagship imprint of Random House, Inc., the Random House Publishing Group had its origins in 1925 when Bennett Cerf and Donald Klopfer, two New Yorkers in their mid-twenties, acquired a line of classics and contemporary American works called The Modern Library from publisher Horace Liveright. The company assumed the name Random House two years later, in 1927, when Cerf and Klopfer decided to publish a few books on the side, "at random." Their artist friend Rockwell Kent drew his now celebrated logo of a random house, which made its debut in February 1927. Among the first titles of the new imprint were limited editions illustrated by Kent of Voltaire's "Candide" and Melville's "Moby Dick."
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