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Warrior Philosophy in Game of Thrones

by Francis Briers

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Have you ever dreamed of being a warrior? Inspired by 'Game of Thrones', the HBO TV series, this book connects the rich world of Westeros with warrior traditions in world history. How do we make the wisdom of ancient heroes relevant today? If you love Game of Thrones and want to live like a Warrior then read this book! Your path begins here... Francis Briers is a black belt who has trained in the martial arts of Europe, Japan, China and Brazil. He has researched and studied philosophies and spiritual paths from around the world and is fortunate enough to count "War God" as one of his job titles. This book has not been approved, licensed or endorsed by anyone involved in producing the 'Song of Ice and Fire' book series or the television series 'Game of Thrones'.

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