A discussion of the novel and the corresponding episode of the show – “Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things”.
A discussion of the novel and the corresponding episode of the show – “Lord Snow”.
A discussion of the novel and the corresponding episode of the show – “The Kingsroad”.
I can’t be the only one who needs a bit of a soundtrack to help me focus when I’m working. And who doesn’t want to feel like their working on the deck of a Star Destroyer or in the library at Hogwarts?
A discussion of the first 1/10th of the novel, and the first episode of the show – “Winter is Coming”.
I’ve come up with a fun way to kill some time and read a series I’ve been meaning to for far too long. Join me for a Game of Thrones read-and-watch-along!
I’m on a mission this year to get some of the big sff books off of my TBR, and so I’ve issued myself a little challenge for 2020!
We love a good story, but nothing is more important than how it ends, and how good (or bad) that ending turns out to be can really change how you feel about it.
The epic fantasy series has reached it’s thrilling conclusion, so I decide to torture myself by trying to distil my favourite moments from the show.
The finale of Game of Thrones, the biggest fantasy tv series of all time, aired last night, and I have some thoughts to share, and some points of discussion for how the epic story concluded.