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Quick Analysis of New World of Ice and Fire Excerpt!

GRRM is being very giving lately, so we’ve got a brand-new excerpt below the cut. So, spoilery analysis below the cut, and here’s hoping the World of Ice and Fire book didn’t totally invalidate my Hollow Crowns essay on Aegon.

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Chapter-by-Chapter Analysis: ACOK, Prologue

“Many called her beautiful. She was not beautiful. She was red, and terrible, and red.”

SynopsisMaester Cressen observes the comet in the sky, discusses its meaning with Shireen and Patchface, hears from Davos Seaworth that the Stormlords will not support Stannis, quarrels with SelyseMelisandre, and Stannis over political and military strategy, and then takes the ultimate risk in an attempt to rid the world of “the red woman.”

SPOILER WARNING: This chapter analysis, and all following, will contain spoilers for all Song of Ice and Fire novels and Game of Thrones episodes. Caveat lector.

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Race for the Iron Throne on Esquire.com! Madness of Thrones, Round 4

The Madness reaches new heights as we reach the Final Four:

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And as per usual, if you haven’t yet bought the Race for the Iron Throne e-bookhere’s a link.

We are go for AMA!

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See you there on 4/16, 9 AM Pacific Time!

Race for the Iron Throne E-Book Featured on Tower of the Hand!

The nice people over at Tower of the Hand put up a nice preview of the book, which you can check out here.

In other news, I’m now up to 3,000 words, just on Stannis, in the ACOK Prologue…this is going to be a big one.

 

Race for the Iron Throne on Esquire.com! Madness of Thrones, Round 3

The madness intensifies as we head into the Elite Eight:


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And as will soon become usual, if you haven’t yet bought the Race for the Iron Throne e-book, here’s a link.

Race for the Iron Throne E-Book: We Are GO for Launch!

And we’re up!

book   Please help support Race for the Iron Throne by buying what I hope is the first volume in a long series, and by leaving a review on Amazon.com!

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