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Finally, for Family Movie Night, we’re beginning to sing a song of fire and ice…
Lance Mannion on Friday, August 17, 2012 in Too Much TV | Permalink
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you'll love it. for extra interest try following the wars of the roses while you go through the game. that was the basis for the story. some of the connections are easy lannister/lancaster, stark/york, and so forth.
like with a lot of fantasy based on history there was a lot of the evil done that actually had to be cleaned up. the english at that time were some truly bloody bad actors.
minstrel hussain boy |
Saturday, August 18, 2012 at 12:53 PM
What do you all think of it so far?
velvet goldmine |
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 06:01 PM
VG, it's been 8 years or so since I read the first book so I was a bit confused. I watched it while constantly referring to the Game of Thrones Wiki, trying to keep track of who was related to whom. But the other three Mannions read it recently (Young Ken for the 4th time) and they were all caught up and stayed right with it and they liked it and can't wait for the second disc.
Lance Mannion |
Friday, August 24, 2012 at 07:39 AM
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