Warning: this website is packed full of Game of Thrones spoilers
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The world’s first dedicated Game of Thrones spoiler website is back, and is promising to reveal “everything possible” about Season 5... but only if you really want to know. GoT experts have once again drawn upon their knowledge of George R.R. Martin’s international bestselling fantasy series to give fans a comprehensive =taster of what’s in store over the coming months. And if you missed any of the first four seasons, don’t panic: the GoT Spoiler Machine also boasts a unique ‘catch-up’ function to bring you up to speed with the hit TV adaptation without giving away any of the plot twists and character demises. The site, www.lovereading.co.uk/gotcatchupmachine, goes live today, just weeks before the eagerly-awaited new season begins on April 13th. Visitors to the site can find out what happens in each of Martin’s five published A Song of Ice and Fire novels – and the fate of its principle characters - by scrolling through a helpful series of dropdown boxes. The site is so simple and user-friendly that Hodor could use it. Just click on a house, find a character and discover their fate. Peter Crawshaw, director and co-founder of Lovereading.co.uk, says: “The Game of Thrones spoiler machine was outrageously successful when it went live last year, but we wanted to make it more useful to people who may have missed one or all previous seasons. “That’s why we’ve fully updated the site to now include a must-have catch-up facility. The catch-up facility, and the spoiler machine, will give enthusiasts a taste of what’s in store – but only should they want to know.” Crawshaw added: “Our ultimate aim, however, is to introduce fans of the TV series to Martin’s exceptional novels, which are all available through Lovreading.co.uk. “People who have already read the books will also get lots of fun from the Game of Thrones Spoiler Machine, with a one-click way to check how much they actually remember.” Visit www.lovereading.co.uk/gotcatchupmachine
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