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A Song of Ice and Fire

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!lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 20:52:21 EST MnaUA0rp No.69298
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Guess the other thread got bumped off. General discussion of the books (and Game of Thrones by extension).
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Jarvis Dibbleham - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 10:47:04 EST jZLN+EwF No.69413 Reply
meh.

I wasn't fond of it but I bought the first book.

Nb
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Fucking Fivingville - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 20:09:53 EST bBC5A4bE No.69423 Reply
The other thread got killed in a mid-book plot twist that left channers reeling.
You've read all the books haven't you, C-higgle?
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Nathaniel Clammerlire - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 16:51:00 EST ODU9eJb2 No.69427 Reply
>>69298 I read it before it was cool.

Tho I wonder if the plot in the last book will be different from the tv-series, similar to how Fullmetal Alchemist was. R.R. Martin sure liked them food sequences.
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Jenny Cullyway - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 23:47:00 EST jXXC04Ew No.69428 Reply
>>69427
I wonder, too. Doesn't GRRM like messing with people's expectations? What an opportunity to miss if he didn't change some major plot points (or give HBO a less-than-accurate rundown of how it's supposed to go).
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Sophie Pishstore - Wed, 20 Sep 2017 00:39:18 EST EiczuB9k No.69431 Reply
>>69428

I mean, there are a lot of things that happened in the book which would completely change how these last two seasons are happening right now. So I feel like the pathway to the ending at least will differ
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Thomas Guddleworth - Wed, 20 Sep 2017 18:39:02 EST sk4h9wNo No.69432 Reply
I imagine it will be a lot different than the series.
It's just that starting in season 5 after the books ended, a lot of seemingly illogical, out of character stuff started happening. And stuff that felt like the books were foreshadowing just fell off and weren't ever touched on. But who knows.

I know the books will be finished, it's just a matter of when, and if he is the one finishing them. I hope it's soon.
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John Mebberville - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 21:40:38 EST jXXC04Ew No.69434 Reply
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I will enjoy the rediscovery of Sandor in the books (crossing my fingers). It would be nice if Arya, whenever she returns to Westeros, will be the one to find him. Perhaps on her way to kill Cersei she passes by the monastery where a lot of readers believe Sandor is doing some monk-y therapy. This brings him to his brother, too.

On Arya: do you find her abilities as a water dancer to be believable for the relatively short amount of time she trained with her master? It does not seem like an art that one can self teach after a year of lessons, even if they were very fine lessons. She's not passed off as a super duper sword fighter, but she does train on her own and is shown to be very determined.

Originally, there was going to be a time jump of several years between the books. Could GRRM still do a jump?
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Jenny Waddlehall - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 20:36:14 EST UpveoqaN No.69445 Reply
I thought the books were fun to read, but the TV series being massively popular has honestly ruined the entire world for me. I just know that the future books will likely be influenced by the show instead of the way GRRM would have written the story had there been no show. As hyped as I was for the next book after finishing A Dance With Dragons, I've decided I won't read it or any of his subsequent works at all. Hope everyone else enjoys them, though. Yes, I am this butthurt about it.
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Phyllis Forrywater - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 06:34:37 EST 22fToCjp No.69457 Reply
>>69445
The most pretentious people are the ones that don't like something specifically because of its popularity.
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Eliza Drebbershit - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 08:08:26 EST LZCUq544 No.69458 Reply
>>69434
>>69434
I think he's already hinted Sandor being still alive in the books, at some point we're with some monks and a massive new acolyte of theirs drops something heavy in the background of a scene, and I think there's something about the monk saying that he found Sandor on a riverbank, and that "the hound is dead" or similar
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Hamilton Cottingbanks - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 22:09:21 EST jXXC04Ew No.69479 Reply
THE CHRISTIAN FINALE transforms alongside GRRMs new faith!
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Thomas Brinninghood - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 02:23:13 EST ITW5QW3V No.69606 Reply
>>69445

I gave up about half way through dance with dragons. I will pick it up again one day. I honestly think GRRM is waiting for the series to end so the books can take on their own life again mainly because when reading dance with dragons i would begin thinking of the tv show and it would fuck with how i was reading the book until it became too muddled and i had to put it down.
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Hamilton Cobblebere - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 19:25:46 EST ya0N4xDn No.70044 Reply
http://georgerrmartin.com/notablog/2018/04/25/fire-blood-on-the-way/
We won't get Winds Of Winter this year, but the fat fuck managed to churn out the first book in a 2 book series about the history of Westeros, basically his version of Silmarillion.

So, who is gonna finish the books for him after he kicks the bucket? Steven Erikson is what I want, but many think Joe Abercrombie will get the gig, who I am not so hot on.
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Hannah Greenhood - Mon, 30 Apr 2018 04:56:12 EST 4vZzZP5I No.70051 Reply
>>69606
Yeah I'm sure that whenever they do finally get published I'll have to go back and read the last few books because all the deviations of the show have probably fucked up my memory of the story.

>>70044
Yeah it's pretty clear that what he is doing is trying to add as much as possible to the universe and to his legacy before he goes. He probably has quite a few books all outlined and 75% written but he's trying to pump out as much as possible. Can't really blame him for that though I do resent that I've been waiting so long.
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Emma Breblingstone - Tue, 01 May 2018 02:11:32 EST 7Df882Aq No.70053 Reply
>>69434
Sandor Clegane died and you need to accept that already.
This isn't an anime and not everyone who doesn't get their head chopped off/squished is coming back to fly through the vacuum space using the Force. Some people just die between the lines and then continue to be dead.

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