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    Enjoyable Read

    I'm just getting into the Game of Thrones series on TV and decided to read the books. The series is nothing compared to the books, books are very detailed and the series misses alot out which is understandable. I'm enjoying the books very much so far anyway.
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    Breathtaking

    This series is just out of this world... Simply amazing!!!
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    It's only part one...

    I have to remind myself that this was part one of the book which is separated into two parts, presumably to make it easier to digest (or, being more cynical, to make more money) and therefore, I have to review it as such. Without the red wedding it seemed to dwindle away rather than go out with a bang, but it did have some good moments and it does set up for part two, which, being half a book, is all we can reasonably expect. I particularly enjoyed Jaime's inner monologue and seeing how he thinks of others, and how that changes over time, it adds a dimension that isn't present in the show, but he's less funny in the book so it's still a trade off. Tyrion comes off much better in the show, Davos is better in the books, really, you need both to get the full effect I think. More often than not, big scenes work better visually, which is to be expected (Denaerys and the slavers for instance) but if you don't read the book you miss out on character depth in some places and even some characters who are very likeable, such as the Brothers who Arya befriends. Overall, great book...naturally, but feels unfinished, because it is.
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    Another one bites the dust

    Crappy weather in Rome so just polished of another in the song of fire and ice series!
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    So so

    Beginning to become a little tedious. All our protagonists seem to take two steps forward and one back. Chaos is chaos but let's start bringing the children home!
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