Top 10 Ways We’d Want George R.R. Martin to Kill Us Off

Top 10 Ways We’d Want George R.R. Martin to Kill Us Off

George R.R. Martin wants to kill you. (Assuming that you haven’t already died several times over in the course of reading his A Song of Ice and Fire series or watching the wildly popular HBO show, Game of Thrones.) This time, he wants you to pay him to do it (or rather, donate to charity) and believe us, if we had $20,000 lying around, we’d throw it at him faster than you can say “Red Wedding.”

The money is going to the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary in Sante Fe, New Mexico; and if you’re feeling incredibly generous, Martin has promised to name a future ASOIAF character after you, allow you to choose your station in life, and then kill you off in a way that we’re assuming will be both memorable and traumatizing. Tragically, we don’t have 20 Gs, but we do have quite a few ideas for how we’d like Martin to murder us.

10) Mauled by a direwolf… or death by dragons… or eaten by one of the White Walker’s creepy horses. We’re not picky.

9) As one of Khaleesi’s Unsullied, fighting in her honor.

8) At a wedding. Duh.

7) Denying the Hound chicken.

6) Sacrificed to the Lord of Light.

5) Slowly, mentally decimated by Ramsay Bolton.

4) Slapped by Jaime Lannister’s golden hand.

3) Alcohol poisoning from trying to keep up with Cersei.

2) Shot through the heart by an arrow from Ygritte for making eyes at Jon Snow.

1) Ending up on Arya’s list.

Sike. We don’t die. All men must die, but we are not men.

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Kelly Gallucci
Far too busy rereading the Harry Potter series, Kelly finds that her greatest literary sin is that she neglected to read classics like The Shining and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. In between overseeing the editorial content for Bookish, holding interviews with authors like Isaac Marion and Lauren Beukes, and creating book recommendations for Kanye West—Kelly’s trying to catch up on the books she missed out on. She just finished The Great Gatsby and might be in love with Fitzg. Kelly received her B.A. in English Writing from Marist College and her M.A. in Screenwriting from National University of Ireland, Galway.

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