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Letters to George

Dear George,

First off, let me tell you what a massive fan I am of your work, something that I imagine you get told quite a lot and are a little sick of hearing. 714 more words


he is only three




alternatively titled: on the subject of rickon’s “wildness”

the thing about rickon is he’s often perceived/analyzed through a lens of adulthood that implies that his wildness and rage are just as they are (which is already off base).  

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After reading “A Game of Thrones”: some thoughts on Robb Stark

Differently from most people around the world (this sounds a bit dramatic), I didn’t got into the Game of Thrones boat when the series first came out in 2011. 2,004 more words


When Dragons Rule. Or Atleast Daenerys Would Like Them To.

Rating: 4/5 | Pages: 624 | Read: 17 July 2016

*This book review contains spoilers*

George R.R. Martin. You love him and then you hate him. 894 more words

George RR Martin revealed to be ghost-writing real life

Author George RR Martin has revealed in an interview with the magazine Obfuscation Monthly that he has been ghost-writing reality since 1993, and says that, despite the commitment the project requires, he has no intention of quitting before he expires. 778 more words


Is Daenerys' prediction meant for Jon? *Spoilers*

‘To go north, you must go south. To reach the west, you must go east. To go forward you must go back, and to touch the light you must pass beneath the shadow.’ 580 more words

Read: A Song of Ice and Fire

If you have heard or seen these lines below,

‘Winter is coming’
‘A Lannister always pays his debts’
‘You know nothing, Jon Snow’
‘When you play a game of thrones you win or you die’ 437 more words

Game Of Thrones