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A Clash Of Opinions

So I’m back again to bring you another Season review for Game of Thrones, as that was my first real blog near a year ago.  I’ve broken my New year’s resolution to write at least a blog a month, but I didn’t really have anything to say for May. Season two was based off of A Clash Of Kings, which to be honest; is my 2nd least favourite of the 5 books in the series that have been released. If you’re curious I’d rate them 3>1>5>2>4. I’m going to try and keep my book-walker knowledge out of this review for the most part, at least when it comes to the storyline. If you haven’t finished the 2nd season yet I suggest you bookmark this blog, and then come back once you have.

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Judgement: Game of Thrones

I am still playing around with themes and such, so it’s still not quite ready but, here is the first of my Judgement series where I review stuff. The first subject will be HBO’s TV series: Game of Thrones!

The series is based off of George RR Martin’s fantasy book series: A Song of Ice and Fire. The first book, A Game of Thrones ( you can tell where HBO got the name from.) was published way back in 1996, I didn’t follow it back then, if I had read the book back when I was 5 years old I would be even more messed up kid. The next two books came out in 2 year intervals. Then book 4 where I found out about the series was back in 2004. Apparently book 4 was so big that it had to be split into 2 different books, taking place concurrently, at least at first, and the second half kept getting pushed back and pushed back until it’s finally coming out this July on the 12th. Though as a reward for the wait it is the longest book yet, eclipsing book 3.

More after the break

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