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Todos en la aldea coinciden: Adara es una niña rara, una niña del invierno. Nació la peor helada que se recuerda y el frío se quedó para siempre con ella. Es fácil verla pasear sola por los campos helados o construir imaginarios castillos de arena y ...

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Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España
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Todos en la aldea coinciden: Adara es una niña rara, una niña del invierno. Nació la peor helada que se recuerda y el frío se quedó para siempre con ella. Es fácil verla pasear sola por los campos helados o construir imaginarios castillos de arena y hielo. Nadie lo sabe, pero espera, impaciente, la visita del dragón de hielo. Adara no puede entender por qué todos le temen tanto si para ella es su mejor compañero de juegos. Con él se olvida de que el eterno enemigo del norte se acerca peligrosamente a la aldea y lo mejor sería huir a las tierras cálidas del sur...

George R.R. Martin, mundialmente conocido por su saga de literatura fantástica Canción de hielo y fuego, nos ofrece este conmovedor relato de una amistad que puede con todas las barreras.

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George R.R. Martin

An iconic American author and screenwriter of fantasy, horror, and science fiction, George R.R. Martin is best known for his epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire.


As a child growing up in New Jersey, George R.R. Martin displayed an early interest in the writing life by selling monster stories of his own invention to the children in his Bayonne neighborhood. In high school he became an avid comic book collector and began to write for comic fanzines. He sold his first story to Galaxy in 1970 when he was 21 years old. Martin received his bachelors and masters degrees in journalism from Northwestern University. After graduation he served two years in VISTA, then worked as a teacher and chess tournament director in the Midwest, while continuing to craft award-winning short fiction. His first full-length novel, Dying of the Light, was published in 1977. A dark, lyrical sci-fi tone poem set on a doomed world without a sun, the book was nominated for a Hugo Award. Throughout the 1980s, Martin worked in television, writing for science fiction- and fantasy-themed shows like The Twilight Zone and Beauty and the Beast. At this time he became involved with Wild Cards, a long-running anthology series composed of mosaic stories written by multiple authors and set in a shared universe. In addition to editing the series, Martin has contributed stories to the Wild Card books. In 1996, Martin published A Game of Thrones, the first installment of his magnum opus, the epic fantasy series A Song of Fire and Ice. Set in the Seven Kingdoms, a realm resembling medieval Europe, the internationally bestselling series has provided the ultimate showcase for Martins formidable world-building and characterization skills. During the course of his long, prolific career, Martin has accrued every major literary prize for science fiction or fantasy writing, including the Hugo, Nebula, World Fantasy, Bram Stoker, Daedelus, and Locus awards. But what endears him especially to his readers is his extraordinary accessibility. A tireless participant in genre conventions and festivals, he maintains a cordial relationship with his fans through his website and blog. He is also a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America.

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Christened George Raymond Martin, the author has this to say about his unusual name: I arrived short one R but fixed that at my confirmation 13 years later. As a conscientious objector, Martin did alternative service from 1972-1974 with VISTA, attached to Cook County Legal Assistance Foundation. Martin was class valedictorian of his high school. In 1970, he graduated summa cum laude from Northwestern University. In the mid-1970s, Martin supplemented his income by directing tournaments for the Continental Chess Association.

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