As of now, “Race for the Iron Throne: History and Politics of A Game of Thrones,” Version 2.0 has gone live on Amazon.com! If you’ve already purchased your copy, thank you very much – download your updated copy by going to your amazon.com account and going to “Manage Your Kindle” to update your copy, and syncing your e-reader once you’ve done that. Do tell your friends, leave an review on the Amazon page, it helps a lot – big shout-out to the folks who’ve left reviews already, it’s been amazing.
If you haven’t yet bought the book, now is the perfect time to get yourself the snazzy new version.
Here’s what’s included in Version 2.0:
I hope you’ll be pleased with the extra work that’s been put into making Version 2.0 bigger and better than before!
“By the time Yoren pulled her off him, Hot Pie was sprawled out on the ground, with his breeches brown and smelly, crying as Arya whapped him over and over and over.”
Synopsis: as we meet Gendry,
WTF is a Lommy, and Hot Pie and the rest of the crew of the HMS Night’s Watch Convoy, Arya proves she’s the toughest in the prison yard by beating the shit out of Hot Pie.
An early morning discussion of what is likely to be one of the more controversial episodes this season…
“Many called her beautiful. She was not beautiful. She was red, and terrible, and red.”
Synopsis: Maester 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 Selyse, Melisandre, and Stannis over political and military strategy, and then takes the ultimate risk in an attempt to rid the world of “the red woman.”
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