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Canción de Hielo y Fuego (Juego de Tronos)

9 años 11 meses antes - 9 años 11 meses antes #125172 por Varkhan
Yo ya no le cojo demasiado apego a nadie por si las moscas.

Pero es lo que tiene, tantos personajes, cada uno siendo protagonista en sus respectivos capitulos, con intereses y ambiciones tan contrapuestos...es evidente que alguien tiene que salir mal parado si o si, y es algo que acepto y veo natural como lector.

El problema ya no es solo porque se cargue al personaje tal y cual, es que lo hace de los modos mas bizarros que un lector pueda llegar a concebir.

PD: odio a todos los Lannister, solo simpatizo con Tyrion.

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9 años 11 meses antes - 9 años 11 meses antes #125575 por Varkhan
Perdón, por el doble post, os dejo con esta interesante entrevista a Martin.

www.hbo.com/game-of-thrones/inside/inter...ay=true&cmpid=ABC587

HBO Since the last time we spoke with you, ‘Game of Thrones' has found the same great success as a TV show that it already had as a book series. What's it like see your story told in two places?

George R.R. Martin We really have two audiences now, which is a unique challenge for a TV show. We have the viewers who are coming to the TV show without any knowledge of the books. And we have the readers, who have read the books, many times in many cases. Sometimes those two audiences give very different reactions to the same things. For the viewers experiencing it for the first time, it's just a matter of, "Is it exciting? Is it involving?" The readers care about those things, too, but they're also saying, "Well, this is how it was in the books ..."

HBO You wrote the script for the episode "Blackwater," which aired recently -- was it difficult for you to translate your vision from the books onto the screen?

George R.R. Martin It's very difficult. Prose and film have different techniques and weapons that they use. In a book, I have internal monologue and can give you access to a character's thoughts. He can tell a lie, but you're in his head, so you know he's lying. While you're watching on the screen, you're just hearing what he's saying -- the actor has to sell it with his eyes and the set of his mouth. And great actors can do that. Each of these mediums has its own strengths and weaknesses, and when you're moving from one to the other, it's always a challenge. If you look at the Battle of the Blackwater in the books, it occupies seven or eight chapters, intercutting from three points of view. If you shot it as I wrote it in the book, it would cost $100 million and take two months to shoot.

HBO And the entire story is so complex. When you're working on the books, how difficult is it to weigh and keep track of all your decisions?

George R.R. Martin Sometimes I make the decisions wrongly. My process as a writer is not one of thoroughly outlining ahead of time, which can result in my muse leading me down blind alleys and dead ends. I write a chapter and it seems great in and of itself, but then I realize a month later or half a year later that I don't want to go down that street. So then I have to double back and rewrite and so forth. It's almost a subconscious thing -- when it's right, it feels right, and when it doesn't feel right, I keep niggling at it until it does.

HBO In the season finale, one of everyone's favorite characters, Tyrion Lannister, finds himself in a miserable position. Was it hard for you to smack him down so quickly after his moment of triumph?

George R.R. Martin Well, you know, you don't want to make it too easy for the characters. If the character just goes from success to success, then you don't have much of a story, now do you? But I guess it's one of my trademarks as an author to always ask the question, "OK, what next?" We see a lot of books and movies and television shows, where you see some situation come up and then the resolution of it along pretty traditional -- or even stereotypical -- lines. That's great, but what happens next? We see this with Theon and taking Winterfell. "OK, Theon, you very cleverly tricked the Starks. Singers will sing of this for hundreds of years ... What's next? How do you hang onto this?" That question, on a whole bunch of levels, has always fascinated me, and there's a lot of that in "A Song of Ice and Fire."

HBO One final question on behalf of all your fans -- how's the next book coming?

George R.R. Martin I'm working on that, and a number of "Ice and Fire" related things at the same time. Not only "The Winds of Winter," which is Book 6, but we're also coming out with a big concordance called "The World of Ice and Fire," which is about the whole history of Westeros and will be lavishly illustrated. So I've been filling in some of the histories of the kings who ruled 200 years ago or 500 years ago. We've also been doing a map book, and I'm working on a new novella about Dunk and Egg, the prequel series I have. It's a slow process the way I write, especially books of this size that are as large and complex as they are. It's still a slow process. I am aware of the TV series moving along behind me like a giant locomotive, and I know I need to lay the track more quickly, perhaps, because the locomotive is soon going to be bearing down on me. The last thing I want is for the TV series to catch up with me. I've got a considerable headstart, but production is moving faster than I can write. I'm hoping that we'll finish the story at about the same time... we'll see.

El siguiente usuario dijo gracias: Oxir

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9 años 11 meses antes #125577 por jaf1704
La historia de juegos de tronos es muy impactante, sobre todo el hecho de que en esta historia no hay un claro, personaje bueno o heroe y un personaje malo o villano, todos tienen algo oscuro, es algo que da a esta historia un punto y aparte.

Me encantaria saber mas sobre la historia desafortunadamente creo que todavia falta algunos libros por sacar.

por cierto el invierno se acerca

saludos

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9 años 11 meses antes #125580 por Oxir
Gracias por la entrevista, Varkhan.

Me quedo con 3 cosas:
-El libro de "World of Ice and Fire".
-Novela de Egg y Dunk.
-Que intentará escribir los dos libros que le quedan antes de que le pille la serie.

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9 años 10 meses antes #126100 por Ashura
Bueno yo en su momento me lei los dos primeros libros y he visto la serie.
Dicho esto
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El primer libro me gustó, sobre todo la primera parte, aunque soy de las que hace trampas y me saltaba algún capítulo de Danierys para leerme alguno de los Stark y viceversa.
He de confesar que no llevo bien lo de las novelas rio, en las que lo importante es la historia, y no los personajes (que parece una tonteria pero siempre tienes claro quien es el protagonista en el resto de las novelas, en esta pues mejor no encariñarse).

COn respecto a la serie pienso que se trata de una adaptación estupenda, los actores están acertadísimos, los decorados, la banda sonora, todo contribuye a que te sumerjas en el universo de Martin a la perfección.

Comulgo con que la segunda temporada tiene episodios flojillos, (también es que estamos acostumbrados a mucha caña) y que aguas negras es AWSOME. (no se quien lo dirigió lo lei por ahi)

En fin, espero que Martin siga escribiendo aunque yo no creo que me lea los libros porque te tiene que gustar sufrir a base de bien.

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9 años 10 meses antes - 9 años 10 meses antes #127003 por Ridli Scott

Oxir escribió: Ridli, digamos que cuando acabes el 3r libro (que es el mejor por ahora) y ya hayas despotricado contra Martin y la madre que le parió, la canción que más te marcará no será esa, sino:


Creo que he llegado al punto que dijistes, y lo entiendo ahora perfectamente, además que has sido hasta literal.

Ashura escribió: Bueno yo en su momento me lei los dos primeros libros y he visto la serie.
Dicho esto

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No sabes nada Ashura, no sabes nada.


Creo poder decir que comparativamente los fans de Mass Effect hemos sido bastante drama queen si se compara con lo que pasa en el libro,
Independientemente de que el final de Mass Effect 3 original estaba mal hecho, la quejas de muchos eran que cascaba tal o cual personaje. Visto lo visto aqui y sin ver ninguna plataforma Save "la doncella y el oso" lso fans del libro han sido mas estoicos...

Tambien es verdad que si se habrian quejado si el 4º o 5º libro hubiera estado escrito con lenguaje SMS, que es equivalente a la realizacion (que no guion) del final de Mass Effect 3.


Tengo una teoria sobre el final de la serie:

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