Book #37 A Game of Thrones: A Storm of Swords and Book #38 A Game of Thrones: A Feast for Crows by George R. R. Martin
Even though I vowed to take a break after the Red Wedding, I only waited one day to start Storm of Swords again. I think I read it in 2 weeks, which is way too fast for the game of tug-o-war George R.R. Martin plays with the reader’s emotions. I immediately began Feast for Crows and decided to take it at a much slower pace. And now…now I will wait. I am not reading Dance of Dragons right away because there is no set release date for Book 6, and I want something to look forward to. Onto my summer reading list!
Happy Birthday to the most fabulous, gorgeous, hilarious, talented, wonderful etc etc x infinity Gene Wilder June 11, 1933
Thank you for you.
(photo from Young Frankenstein)
80 years young! I will have to marathon Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles and The Producers tonight!
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Book #36 A Game of Thrones: A Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin
Where A Song of Fire and Ice was adapted almost perfectly for HBO’s series, A Clash of Kings differs a bit from HBO’s Season 2. A few stories are changed around or combined, and characters are left out, which is why I wanted to read the books in the first place. Some of my friends who complain about the differences don’t seem to realize that the show is an adaptation and sometimes changes are necessary in order to fit the story into a 10-episode time frame. These books just keep getting better….onto the next!