Die-hard "Game of Thrones" fans are likely counting down the seconds until Season 4 premieres on HBO in the spring. Following the slaughter of the Red Wedding and the drama playing out at the Wall, there are a lot of storylines that we're desperate to revisit and see resolved.
But if you consider yourself a true "Game of Thrones" fan and find yourself dying to know what's coming next, the solution is much simpler than speculating until Season 4: Just read the books.
At this point, where TV show spoilers abound on the Internet and you can read books in an array of easily accessible formats, there really is no reason as a fan not to take the plunge into the "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels. So here's our New Year's resolution challenge to those of you who have not yet started the books that "Game of Thrones" is »
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