Dreamsongs by George R R Martin


George R R Martin

From wizards to werewolves and spaceships to ghosts there is never a dull moment in this massive collection of stories and screenplays. Escape the real world and surrender yourself to the power of Martin's imagination.

And when the ice dragon opened its great mouth, and exhaled, it was not fire that came streaming out, the burning sulfurous stink of lesser dragons. The ice dragon breathed cold. Ice formed when it breathed. Warmth fled. Fires guttered and went out, shriven by the chill. Trees froze through to their slow secret souls, and their limbs turned brittle and cracked from their own weight. Animals turned blue and whimpered and died, their eyes bulging and their skin covered over with frost.
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