The Dragon and the Wolf – Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 7… and Brienne the Bachelorette

It’s been almost a month from the most recent Game of Thrones episode, and though I have recently rewatched it, I am still not quite sure what I think about it.   First of all, the whole idea of trying the Targaryen faction trying to convince Cersei to co-operate seems very far-fetched to me. There is nothing that you can offer Cersei that she can … Continue reading The Dragon and the Wolf – Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 7… and Brienne the Bachelorette

George R.R. Martin, Elio M. García Jr. and Linda Antonsson, “The World of Ice and Fire” – book review

Let’s be fair, I am a huge fan of Game of Thrones , so I might not count as the most impartial of the reviewers. However, people who are not already fans of a Song of Ice and Fire are unlikely to reach for this title… so perhaps in a weird way I am representative of the target audience. First of all, the book’s design is … Continue reading George R.R. Martin, Elio M. García Jr. and Linda Antonsson, “The World of Ice and Fire” – book review

The Blackfish. GOT S6.E. 8 Riverrun

The Blackfish I am not going to discuss the Arya story right now. If you are anything like myself you have probably read more than enough of Arya analysis pieces over the past week. I will focus on the plot developments at Riverrun. On the whole, I was slightly disappointed by the TV series depiction of those scenes. Although Jaime Lannister’s conversation with Edmure Tully … Continue reading The Blackfish. GOT S6.E. 8 Riverrun