Oh my goodness! I’ve heard the hype flying around with this series last year and I said to myself why the heck not? Okay so I went to Barnes and Noble for the first time when I was on vacation and I was this on one of their beautiful shelves. I couldn’t pass it like that! I think it was the direwolves that called me. It had to be, and they’re pretty awesome. I hope I can find the other books at my usual book store otherwise I’m stuck with a darn Kindle app.
I’m 175 pages through so far as I write this and I have to know what going to happen next. Sometimes I’m afraid to go on because it’s too much but then if I don’t I won’t ever know what happens, or who dies, who get’s the Iron Throne? So I persevere! I said in an update on Goodreads that I went to YouTube against my better judgement, I just wanted to see how the characters looked like, but no I couldn’t satisfy my curiosity with a couple of videos. I came across a retched spoiler, I knew one of the people I have come to love will die. I take a moment now. But I haven’t got to that part yet so I’ll pretend I don’t know. That is pointless, my friends. Spoilers do not let you forget. I understand YT but come on Goodreads reviewers! For the sake of our reading experience and our tender hearts (tenderness depending on who got beheaded, and it’s a book we happen to adore) please utilize the spoiler feature. Crikey, man.
There’s this professor, Treshan, at my school, we lend each other books (by ‘we’ I mean I lead him mine) and we gush over it together at breaks. I haven’t seen a full episode so he made a deal with me that when I finish I let him borrow my copy of this book in exchange for the first season of the television series. It was a done deal. But today he spoiled my day by telling me a certain something about Jon Snow.
Tresh had this pretty coffee flask thing made out of enamel that he flaunted a few weeks ago. I wanted to break it over his stupid insensitive head. I thought again, I could get in big trouble or worse … expelled. My inner Hermione saved me. Surprisingly my brain has done a remarkable job this time at fooling itself and I make myself believe something else that what I had been told but if I keep referring to this then … well it won’t be as effective so I will stop about that.
‘Infatuation’ might mislead some, the word means:
– to inspire or possess with a foolish or unreasoning passion, as of love (Dictionary.com)
What I feel isn’t ‘foolish’ but it certainly has passion and love in the mix.
In other news, Chemistry had me sailing today and I hope that whatever the heck it is I end up doing in life I hope it has very little to do with that subject. Don’t get me wrong, I see how great it all is and I appreciate that but it has an awful amount of Math in it.
You can expect to hear more about A Game of Thrones from me, I plan on pointing out somethings fellow GR users have made and where and why I think they are wrong. Ah, the beauty and liberated sensation of speaking one’s mind. That’s it for now my dears, cheers!