With only two episodes remaining, season three of Game of Thrones is racing towards the Red Wedding.
As a long time fan of George RR Martin, A Storm of Swords was the most unforgettable for treachery. The episodes leading up to the Red Wedding should be the best of the season.
I have really enjoyed the onscreen transition of the series. The choices of characters, the wardrobes and the sets have been dead-on. The producers have been successful in taking on the sort of visual life required for good television.
With more jolting twists and betrayals than the PMO, A Game of Thrones has been amazing so far, and these last few episodes promise to be must see television.
No word yet on when the sixth book in the Fire and Ice series will be released. Fans, ,as usual, are at the mercy of George RR Martin’s other commitments. The Winds of Winter could be a while yet considering that there was 2 Years between books 1 and 2; 2 Years between books 2 and 3; 5 Years between books 3 and 4 and 6 Years between books 4 and 5.
Winter is coming.....so hurry up!
- Peter L. Whittle
- A former journalist, broadcaster, political staffer and policy adviser, Peter has studied political science, journalism, public administration and Canadian politics. He has grown weary of partisan politics but remains engaged in public policy issues and community activism. Father to three teenage boys,he is committed to teaching them the values of cooperation, volunteering and caring for each other. All I want is for my children to be respectful and successful.