Gods of Thrones: A Pilgrim's Guide to the Religions of Ice and Fire
Why is Tyrion hated by the gods? Does Dany have a messiah complex? Can Bran manipulate timelines? What would Nietzsche think about Jaime's morality? These are just a few of the questions answered in Gods of Thrones. Applying the study of religion, sociology, and history, this book offers a fresh take on the religious landscape of Ice and Fire.
Advance praise for 'Gods of Thrones'...
“Bursting with insight and full of japes, this book will teach you much and more. 'Gods of Thrones' will deepen your experience of the novels and remind you why you loved them in the first place. Clearly, these guys drink and know things.”
— Chad Carmichael, PhD Professor of Philosophy
Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis
“This work is a must-read for fans of the show . . . I wish I had had 'Gods of Thrones' available as a companion book when teaching my 'Game of Thrones' course last year.”
— Gregory D. Webster, PhDProfessor of Psychology
University of Florida
“True to form, A.Ron and Anthony blend entertaining wit with their significant real world and in-universe knowledge to produce a remarkably enjoyable tour through the religions of 'Game of Thrones'.”— Jim JonesCo-host, Bald Move