Saint Arya

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About Saint Arya

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  • Birthday 06/15/1987

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  1. Youtube Videos.

    I just saw this on Reddit and had to make sure someone had posted it here. Everybody needs to watch this!!!
  2. Official Testing Thread

  3. Fantasy and SF Recommendations: Series

    "The Magicians" by Lev Grossman It's an interesting read, like a mix of Narnia and Harry Potter for adults.
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  5. Official Testing Thread

    :commie:
  6. Since Ab Aeterno convinced me :D I am really loving him in my re-read now.
  7. Official Testing Thread

    Test :)
  8. Fantasy and SF Recommendations: Stand-Alone Books

    "The Night Circus" by Erin Morgenstern was a wonderful read. The vividness of the scenery and beauty come off the page and imprint themselves in your mind. The story itself is creative, romantic and adventurous. I loved it wholeheartedly.
  9. R+L = Jon and Meera Reed?

    No. But I'd ship a little Jon/Meera
  10. Official Testing Thread

    Test 😍😜😳😌😒😀😃😝😊😫😩😓😱😋😎😠😨😆 Fail
  11. Official Testing Thread

    :drool:
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    bold Test
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    Test :ninja:
  14. Introductions

    Hi y'all! I'm Skye and I'm a 25 yr old from right smack between Milwaukee and Chicago. I stay home with my two boys and my days are filled with cooking, cleaning, crafts, play dates and all other fun toddler related activities :) I started watching GoT because one of my husband's friends recommended it, then I was addicted! I got all the books for my birthday and read them one a week. I was so pissed at the end of Dance because I thought it was only a five book series and I couldn't believe I'd have to wait so long!! Hence my love of this forum. Helps with the wait a lot :) Nice to meet y'all !
  15. References and Homages

    In AGOT, he says 'wheels within wheels within wheels', which always reminded me of Dune 'a feint within a feint within a feint'.