A Clash of Kings
by George R. R. Martin
Welcome to the second instalment of A Song of Ice and Fire series. King Robert Baratheon is dead. 337 more words
WARNING: This post contains spoilers. Read at your own risk.
In three words, one could describe Stannis Baratheon as “The Duty-Fulfiller”.
Born after Robert Baratheon, the eldest of the Baratheon brothers and born before Renly (Oh Renly!) Baratheon, the Lord of Dragonstone has the Psych textbook “middle-child syndrome” written all over his character. 626 more words
Stannis ( named after the character from Game of Thrones) Linus (middle name taken from my 3rd son-also a dog) has just joined the family. It appears that this dog will be going to obedience school with Luke, my autistic son, and his father. 45 more words
Note: This post contains extensive spoilers from A Dance With Dragons II. You have been warned.
Throwing aside all questions of succession or legitimacy – because let’s face it, there is no such thing in Westeros any more – I thought I’d tackle the issue of viability instead. 1,099 more words