the red wedding completely took my enthusiasm away from the show and the book...lost interest in both afterwards
Is it wrong I almost hope they change the story and let the young wolf live
Robb is/was far and away my favorite character of the series
Robb was a doomed character from the start. The only grown-up member of the family that didn't have a POV. And as soon as he stabbed Walder Frey in the back and married Jeyne Westerling, you had to know his time was at an end.
Folks should not let it deter them from enjoying the story.
Yeah, I dunno how you can lose complete interest after that event. I got pissed when it happen, but I would be more pissed if Tyrion died.
Btw I have not read A dance with dragons, so do not spoil it for me if he dies there.
I also tried to buy the hedge knight books an man they are freaking expensive.
Lol, who knows when that will be though. It may be the greatest story ever told, but Martin sure is taking his time with it. If we hear the whole tale by 2025, we should count ourselves lucky.
Well worth your time though. One of my favorite things about this tale is how he weaves history into it. And while the events of the present are exceedingly interesting, the events of the past and how they impact the here and now are just ingenious. I find myself more interested in the Blackfyre Rebellion, Summerhall and the events surrounding Robert's Rebellion than what we're dealing with now.
And no worries, I won't spoil anything after book 3 here.
Hedge Knight series?
Three short stories that take place in Westeros about 150 years before the events in Game of Thrones.
They shed light on certain events that take place in A Dance with Dragons.
Ok I'll get to them
After I finish the 4th book
AFFC was disappointing enough that I have not even started A Dance with Dragons yet and I finished AFFC about 2 months ago. I think I am going to wait for season 3 to start to get my interest back into it, or I will rewatch 1 and 2 soon. This is going to be ****ing awesome though!
ADwD wasn't as good as 1 or 3, I'd say about even with 2. But it was far better than 4...