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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 510?

    I give this finale episode a 0.2, the .2 is for those 2 amazing mammaries. only good decision this episode was having the walk of shame(but really not though cuz who would be ashamed of a body like that) last so long Thay're going to Brienne, the only truly safe refuge cuz shes invincible and can single handedly defeat whole armies TV Stannis is such a jabroni-ass loser, the only thing dumber and more incompetent than him is the writing for his storyline this season
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    The Books That Have Just Come Out: New Release Thread

    Oh shit, I didn't know Benjamin Percy's new one had already come out! I loved Red Moon, and the premise of this new one sounds even more interesting & epic. Thread already paid off.
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    The Books That Have Just Come Out: New Release Thread

    I like this idea, except if it was for the last couple of months, instead of weeks.
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    WHEEL OF TIME officially optioned for television

    To be fair to the actors, some of the material in that is impossible to act well, especially those cheesy chasing the family around parts
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    WHEEL OF TIME officially optioned for television

    What was the original "spit in the soup" incident that made Jordan start hating Red Eagle?
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    The Traitor Son Cycle by Miles Cameron

    I'm about halfway through it right now and liking it a lot, the quality's pretty consistent with the first one IMO.
  7. TVRobb is still a terrible, whiny character no matter how his book version stacks up to TV or Book Tywin's popularity. Catelyn is the only one who I'll be sad about seeing get killed at the Red Wedding when it happens on TV.
  8. She goes from being a peasant hooker way up in the unsophisticated North(whose top ruler couldn't even handle the Byzantine politics and scheming of the South), to running the biggest whorehouse in the biggest city in Southern Westeros. She is also recruited by the Spymaster of the kingdom to spy on one of the most cunning and dangerous players of the Game of Thrones. Not only is she successful at this, she makes Littlefinger look like a fool and discovers what is one of his biggest plots(taking Sansa), which arguably makes her smarter than anyone in the books, because nobody caught on to this scheme of Littlefinger's in them. If she keeps going at this rate, she'll be the first person in Westeros to discover Jon Snow's true parentage.
  9. I gave it a 6. Some of the scenes were great and just full of awesome drama but there were some scenes that just felt like fanfiction that didn't do anything to move the plot forward. Episode just felt really uneven to me.
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    Guy Gavriel Kay

    I love Kay's books, they're such a pleasure to read, but this is one thing that he does tend to do a lot that annoys me. I think he did less of it in Under Heaven and I enjoyed it the most out of his novels that I've read for this reason. The only thing I didn't like about UH was that the ending felt too abrupt for me. I think it could have benifited from maybe having a POV character that was with the rebellious general so it didn't feel like so much important action happened off screen.
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    How would you rate episode 301?

    Didn't like this episode much at all. The Fist of the First Men wasn't even really an event, the wights attacking Mormont in season 1 had more impact. This felt like Sam went to take a leak and missed the whole thing in that short amount of time. I understand not being able to do a huge battle this early, but they could have done a much better job at least showing the aftermath and it's repurcussions. The assassination attempt on Dany felt like something out of one of the Star Wars prequels, down to Barriston being a Jedi, some girl with force powers, and some robotic looking thing being the main threat. Loved the Davos scenes, especially his interactions with Salladhor.
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    Hello from Benioff and Weiss

    Tom Cruise as Patchface
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    The Traitor Son Cycle by Miles Cameron

    I like that part of it, I think Cameron might have been trying to go for sort of a Cantebury Tales type vibe with the way he would jump between the viewpoints of different characters that would be present in that type of medieval society to establish some of his world building. I've only read about a quarter of the book so far though, so I could be totally wrong too.