Tales of dunk and egg series
The Tales of Dunk and Egg Series by George R.R. Martin
The Tales of Dunk and Egg Series
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Three novellas have been published – The Hedge Knight (), The Sworn Sword (), and The Mystery Knight () – and Martin has stated his intention.
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Though Egg is a boy at the start of the series he will eventually grow up to become King Aegon V, or "Aegon the Unlikely". The Tales of Dunk and Egg may potentially be made into a live-action project which will be a prequel to the main Game of Thrones TV series. - Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
The Tales of Dunk and Egg Series. Prequels to the series A Song of Ice and Fire , later adapted into graphic novels. Dunk and Egg stories are an ongoing series of novellas written by George R. Martin, set in the world of his Song of Ice and Fire, set as prequels to the novels. The stories relate the adventures of Ser Duncan the Tall, who later became a legendary member of the King… More. Book 1. The Hedge Knight by George R.
Tales of Dunk and Egg is a series of fantasy novellas by George R. Martin , set in the world of his A Song of Ice and Fire novels. A collection of the existing three novellas, with illustrations by Gary Gianni , was published as A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms on October 6, The first novella was originally published August 25, in the Legends anthology, edited by Robert Silverberg. Devil's Due published the complete limited series as a graphic novel in June Upon the death of a nomadic 'hedge knight', Ser Arlan of Pennytree, his squire Dunk adopts Ser Arlan's armor as his own, as well as his equipment, three horses, and remaining money, in hope of winning more gold at the town of Ashford, under the name of 'Ser Duncan the Tall'.