How Does the Game of Thrones Series Line Up With the Books?

by Rachel Baker on April 11, 2014

There are more than 4,000 words to the Game of Throne series so far, and if you are like me, you have read the books, through at least book 4 and you watch the series with the full abandon of those who haven’t read the books…but sometimes…sometimes something seems out of place.

Here is a wonderful chart that will help you line up the episodes with the books so when you feel that uneasy feeling that the timeline is skewing, you can make yourself feel better that the directors/writers/actors/producers know what they are doing.

And lets be honest, the books are confusing.

Game of Thrones is back, and gone are the simple days of “one season, one book.” The showrunners have split the third book into two seasons, and, what’s more, the show’s episodes are synchronizing less and less with chapters from the books, as the chart below, created by Reddit user JoelTone and based on data from the Game of Thrones wiki, illustrates.

Here is the article:
http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/television/2014/04/game_of_thrones_hbo_which_episodes_portray_which_chapters_from_a_song_of.html

and Here is the Chart:
http://i.imgur.com/R1uOWlY.png

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