The Lands of Ice and Fire. Twelve full-color 24 x 36-inch maps illustrated by Jonathan Roberts offer the definitive dragon’s-eye view of George R.R. Martin’s fictional universe. Whether you’re planning to invade The Twins to kill all the !@#$%^ Freys, go beyond The Wall to get Jon Snow out of the clutches of a certain wench, or cross-stitch a tapestry for your apartment, you need these fabulous maps. (Will post price later, we forgot to check.)
Thanks to our constant nagging, more NYRB titles have been appearing on National Bookstore shelves, including this revised translation of a Russian masterwork that could not be published during its author’s lifetime. Php565.
These books are now available at National Bookstores.
By the way, we think Rizal’s Noli me tangere should be an NYRB book. It deserves a global audience—how many novels can claim to have created a nation? The translation by Soledad Lacson-Locsin is terrific, or they could commission a new one. What’s Gregory Rabassa doing these days? Edith Grossman?