Game of Thrones Review: The Spoils of War

Book readers have had to wait 21 years for Dany to finally arrive back in Westeros. As George R.R. Martin takes long and longer to finish the books, everyone has had to settle for the on screen version of the young Targaryen to finally put her armies, her many titles and her dragons where her mouth is. It’s been a long time coming and I … Continue reading Game of Thrones Review: The Spoils of War

Game of Thrones Review: The Queen’s Justice

Expectation is a tricky thing and it often leads to great disappointment. When it comes to book adaptations, expectations are inevitable as are the resulting disappointments. For avid readers of A Song of Ice and Fire, one of the things we were looking forward to for this season of Game of Thrones is finally seeing Casterly Rock and Highgarden. In the books we have never … Continue reading Game of Thrones Review: The Queen’s Justice

Game of Thrones Review: Stormborn

George R. R. Martin is very much an intuitive writer. He let’s the story develop while writing and he is also a perfectionist. This has famously caused him to write himself in a corner and he has been struggling ever since to untie that Mereenese knot. When David and Dan said they were ready to depict Dorne and give us the Sand Snakes like everyone … Continue reading Game of Thrones Review: Stormborn