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Eddard of House Stark, Lord of Winterfell, Warden of the North and Hand of the King



1. BL - May 11, 2007

Good to know that there is someone who likes George R R Martin’s fantasy series, “A Song of Fire and Ice”. 🙂

2. Ned Stark - May 11, 2007

Haha! You read his series too? Great! I do wish he finishes the series soon though. Its taking rather long and there is always the danger of unforeseen circumstances, like what happened to David Gemell.:(

3. BL - May 13, 2007

My feeling is that he will finish the series. I have heard rumours that they have planned to do a TV series on the book, with each book for one season. That will be good.

4. Ned Stark - May 14, 2007

Indeed, though if certain scenes are in it then i guess they would have a hard time passing our “conservative” asian censors eh:P? Anyway I am also looking for the series on Rome which was shown on HBO. Do you know where i might find the series?

5. AC - May 15, 2007

Is sad that David Gemell passed away at the verge of a new triumph – I felt that the Troy books was a big step up after a series of rather bland writing. Although the wife have undertaken to complete the trilogy with the notes left behind, I wonder if she will manage to do the series justice.

A game of thrones and a storm of swords rank amongst my favourite books, but I found a feast of crows relatively disappointing. And it have been a long wait for a dance of dragons – which was supposedly almost done when Martin split the books.

6. Ned Stark - May 16, 2007

Actually AC, perhaps you can check out this website if you have not already. There are those who say Feast was disappointing, but i felt that it was more of a book which would set up events in the next book. http://asoiaf.westeros.org/

7. Dijkie - August 6, 2007

George R.R. Martin is a great writer, and I *love* his ongoing ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series. I really hope too he finishes the series before anything ‘unforeseen’ happens like it did with Frank Herbert when he was writing the Dune series….

By the way, I can highly recommend The Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb, if you haven’t already read it. Let’s hope a Dance of Dragons will be releases sometime soon, I can’t wait to know how things will develop.

I too found a Feast of Crows a bit disappointing and uneventful… but it won’t keep me from reading the rest of the series!

8. Jon Snow - July 16, 2008

It’s good to see that there’ll be people queuing up along with me when ADwD is finally released.

I suppose you post on the ASOIAF forums quite a lot?

9. Ned Stark - July 17, 2008

Oh I used to read the forum… posted very little though…

10. Daryl Tay - October 7, 2008

happened to see you on sgblogs! I just finished book 2. i have to say if you don’t pay attention it’s easy to get lost!

11. Tyrion Lannister - February 21, 2011

“My brother has his sword and I have my wits”

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