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  1. At this point, he should consider just releasing chapters individually on iTunes, Amazon etc. He'd make more money and we'd get more of the story. The story clearly became too broad. The first three books focused on the Starks, Lannisters, Baratheons, and the last Targaryen. 4 & 5 are about Starks, Lannisters, the last Baratheons, the last Targaryens, the Tyrells, the Martells, the Greyjoys, Brienne, and now Aegon & the Golden Company.
  2. Is that going to tell, rather than show, like Rogue Prince and Princess & The Queen did?
  3. Has he even started Fire & Blood yet? I'm not sure what to make of his last sentence or two either. Does he think he'll really be done next year or not?
  4. The more I think about it, the more I think it does relate to Winds. If it were anything else, he would have outright said. He's always vague about TWOW. I'm sure he'll make it clear when the book is finished.
  5. Arrogance and vanity are the chief reasons she makes a poor ruler, along with her cruelty.
  6. Kind of Doran's fault for letting Arianne go through with it.
  7. $1.99 on Amazon for the Kindle version, have no idea how long this is lasting for. Solid pickup if you're interested in the era.
  8. Yes and no. Yes, she loves him, but not the same way Jaime loves her. She loves him as the man she should have been born, as just an extension of herself.
  9. Nah, Tywin himself would make a good king. But, he would definitely have an Edward I/Edward II situation with his children and house Lannister seems to lack an Edward III, so their dynasty wouldn't last long.
  10. Many live Lannisters to dead ones?
  11. "There must always be a Stark in Winterfell" means nothing if we don't see why that is the case.
  12. The Boltons are great villains and that's what they are. A man who says "don't make me rue the day I raped your mother" is not exactly the moral equivalent of Mother Theresa. You do wonder about the deal Roose and Tywin made, especially since he wed Tyrion to Sansa. He had to have known that no northerner would ever take kindly to a Lannister up there. Tyrion would have been a marked man. From Roose's perspective, does he want to be King of the North himself? I'm not convinced Stannis will rout them from Winterfell. We're constantly told that "there must always be a Stark in Winterfell." Why is that? Those words mean nothing if we never find out what happens when a Stark isn't there.
  13. Tyrion really had his rougher edges smoothed out on the show.
  14. His army is outnumbered, starving, and in the freezing cold. Those are all major disadvantages. Maybe the question should be, how can he win?
  15. He couldn't have.