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But that's what you get with a box set and an ebook reader ;) For those interested in Maps there is a Game of Thrones app for iPad or iPhone. site offers downloads of George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 1 Kindle eBook for $ (Barnes & Noble. Looking for even more details on your favorite Stark and Lannister family members? Hurry to snag the Game of Thrones book 1 eBook!.

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Thank you for rating! So I had my husband download me the whole series in paperback. Now I am finding myself paying attention more and enjoying it a lot more.

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I feel that some books are worth reading in paperback form Also there is an appendix in the back of the book that helps keep all the characters "organized". I found it a pain to deal with that in kindle form. May 17, I read them in paper form first, then loaned the books and never got them back, but that's okay, as long as they have a good home.

I then re-downloadd them from site, and read them again on my iPad don't have kindle. I didn't find it terribly difficult to read them this way. To be fair, there are quite a few people who claim that the iPad gives them terrible eyestrain.

I've never noticed that in my 40s, so it's not youth. I read all five of the books on my ereader, in a row, I might add and considering the length of the books, I'm glad I did.

My poor arm would have fallen off. I now eagerly await the final two books. I abhor fantasy, but GRRM has really made the genre respectable with this series. What an achievement! It is perfectly fine to read the entire series on a Kindle..

I read all five books on my Kindle and had no problems at all with the text. The maps were a bit too small to use and I do like maps!

So, I downloaded and printed them out for easy reference. Plenty of places to get the maps on-line. May 22, I've been reading the third and fourth books on an iPad and there's no trouble. One thing I miss is the feel of a paperback in my hands, plus the ability to really see your progress.

But that's what you get with a box set and an ebook reader ;. May 23, I read all 5 on my Sony e-reader which gives me page numbers which my iPad Kobo doesn't. After reading many books on an e-reader for over 2 years, I find I prefer reading this way rather than print books. The maps are no problem. I just google them and print them out. There is also an iPhone and iPad app for the maps which is excellent. Jul 24, Carolyn wrote: After reading many books on an e-reader for over 2 years, I find I prefer reading this way rather than print I've read four and a half of the books on my iphone but I had been checking the maps on the HBO site.

Jul 25, You don't need the map, as a few above have mentioned, GRRM paints the world beautifully with his words inside ones head so you don't need the map: Jul 26, I have read all five books on my Kindle and has been really comfortable.

That way I haven't had to carry the actual books which are kind of big and hard to carry around. Also I really like the text options on the Kindle font size, line spacing, etc.

The only real downside for me would be the maps, but I haven't needed them too much. I have iBooks on iPad, but download most books on Kobo, since it has larger selection and carries far more Canadian books. I also have Kobo Reader on iPad but hate not knowing page of book I was on. This week I found a great independent app for iPad which allows me to put all my Kobo and Sony books on it, including coloured cover art and page numbers.

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Easier to use and faster than Calibre. For those interested in Maps there is a Game of Thrones app for iPad or iPhone which contains maps including a great coloured map of Westros. It also has a section where you can look up story of each character, even the most marginal ones. Add a reference: Book Author.Share this: As Helen said theres no real need to refer to the maps so no difference from reading a paper copy. It's also great to be able to click the name of a character and get a summary of who they are and why they matter to the story.

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