Someone put a post-it at every death in the Game of Thrones books. Here's what that looks like.
Like a beautiful rainbow of misery.
Spoiler alert: Everybody dies in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy book series. Okay, strictly speaking that's not true. Not everybody dies. Just most of everybody. And usually the people that you care about the most. Although, the people who you don't like at all, they also die. And, to be fair, sometimes you think somebody's dead, and then it turns out that they're not actually dead. And then other times, you know that somebody is dead, but then it turns out they're not dead anymore. And then there are long stretches of the books in which nobody dies. Those are the times when people just get tortured and mutilated. It's a great series!!!
Anyway, somebody at Waterstones bookstore in the appropriately-named British town of Dorking went to a lot of trouble to bookmark every single one of the multitudinous deaths to which Martin subjects his characters and fans, and it is an impressive thing to behold. As they were wont to say in ancient Valyria, before the Doom, "valar morghulis," which translates roughly to "everybody fucking dies."
(by Dennis DiClaudio)