Myles McNutt has a PhD in media and cultural studies, is an assistant professor at Old Dominion University, and a TV critic at Cultural Learnings. He lives in Norfolk, Virginia.
GoT history buffs will love this complete guide to the HBO series. -Harper's Bazaar The tome every Throner needs...featuring stunning hand-illustrated art, location breakdowns, deep dives into key alliances and animosities, a timeline and more, this gorgeous companion publication can even help ease the pains one may have after the final season. -TV Insider A gorgeous new book. -io9 One of the best behind-the-scenes looks at the fan-favorite HBO show. the book is absolutely stunning.For the novice or for the ultimate Game of Thrones fan, A Guide to Westeros would be nothing short of a fantastic addition to your bookshelf. -Fansided The ultimate companion book for any Game of Thrones super fan. You will pour over every inch of this masterpiece. -Black Girl Nerds Its attention to detail is astounding and would definitely serve as a fantastic (albeit spoiler-ridden) character guide for anyone starting the series anew who has trouble keeping track of the many, many characters in the show. But also contained within the book are up-close looks at some of the props, hand-drawn renditions of Game of Thrones' big battles, and handy charts, such as a really great breakdown of just how much wine Lannister siblings Cersei and Tyrion have. (Spoiler, it's a lot.)...There is plenty for both casual fans and longtime fans to enjoy. -The Daily Dot Dive deep into the lore and history of Westeros with this illustrated and annotated guide to all of the seven kingdoms and beyond. From character analyses to fun infographics, there's a little something for everyone -TV Guide