Game of Thrones: A Family History Volume III

Narrated by: Phillip J Mather
Length: 56 mins
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All you need to know about Game of Thrones!

This is the third installment in a series of noble house histories and cultural profiles of the peoples, cultures, and groups found in George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series and seen on HBO's global hit television series Game of Thrones. Volume three delves into a few more of the lesser known, but highly important noble houses seen in Game of Thrones. The attempt at spoiler-free content is made and information will not stretch much further beyond season two or three of the television series. After all, this is a history book; the past is prologue here.

This volume covers in brief the history of four noble houses including Houses Tully, Mormont, Tarly and the mysterious Crannogmen of House Reed. We also take a look at the ancient peoples and events which led to the current story. The First-men, the Andals, the Valyrians, and the Children of the Forest are discussed at length. The Faith of the Seven, the Whyte walkers, dragons, and the history of the black brotherhood, the crows on the wall, the Night's Watch and its connection to the evil Night's King are all explored as well. This volume, along with the previous two will make a fantastic resource for any Game of Thrones fan, or make a great addition to one's A Song of Ice and Fire collection

  • Chapter I: House Tully of Riverrun: The Riverlands
  • Chapter II: House Tarly of Horn Hill: The Reach
  • Chapter III: House Reed of Greywater Watch: The North
  • Chapter IV: The First Men-The Children of the Forest
  • Chapter V: The Andals-The Faith of the Seven
  • Chapter VI: Valyria-The Dragons
  • Chapter VII: The Night's Watch-The Whyte Walkers/The Others
  • Glossary of Geographic and Cultural terms
  • People of note in recent times

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Awful narrator.

This person mumbles and is difficult to understand. I want my money back.
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meh

The narrator has a great voice but reads it like a textbook. The entire performance sounds more akin to a lecture at a university.

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A Repeat of Volume I & II

I heard all of the same material in Volume/Book 1 and 2. I feel like book III was a waste of my time and money.

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I had such a hard time listening to the narrator,

I could not even make it halfway through this book, just in my opinion his voice and delivery I just could not make myself listen to anymore