A Game of Thrones Season 4 Anticipation

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Spoiler Alerts!!! If you have not watched through Season 3, please read no further as this blog will contain some spoilers.

Game of Thrones, a hit series on HBO is returning April 6th, 2014 for their 4th Season. Episode 1 of Season 04 should be a huge hit. I know I am awaiting in anticipation for the new Season of the Game of Throne series. After Season 3's finale, I am stoked to see where the next season will take us. I have been reading A song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin, after watching the first 3 Seasons of Game of Thrones and am simply astonished at how the Game of Throne Series follows the books. If you have not already, I highly recommend grabbing the BluRay of Season 1 of the Game of Thrones.

I am waiting to read the 4th book till after all of Season 4 has come to an end, simple because I love the series on TV and like to have a "guide line" if you will as I read the book. Putting faces to names always helps me with books. Granted the big differences from the Book to the Television set are the ages of the characters. It is hard to imagine, the recently deceased Rob Stark, as a 15 year old boy starting out. But somehow the characters works all the same. In my opinion, the cast of Game of Thrones on HBO was an excellent choice. Not that my opinion really matters.

If you have not yet done so, I highly suggest watching the Game of Thrones series. If you have watched all the Seasons of Game of Thrones, you should read and or listen to A Song of Ice and Fire: Game of Thrones Book 1 by George R.R. Martin. The reader of the Audio Book series, Roy Dotrice, does an excellent job of reading the characters and is very pleasant to listen to. My favorite part about reading the books has been the clarification and understanding of certain characters in the Series. The biggest, perhaps, has been who John Snow really was and the origin of his last name. I know they state that he is a bastard, but it never made sense to me why he was called Snow (maybe I just missed that part in the TV Series). That was an eye opener and an "Ohhhhh" type moment.

So if you are bored of the same old stuff on ABC, NBC, CBS and other boring stations of the such. I would highly suggest checking out Game of Thrones on HBO. Maybe perhaps give the books a reading too. For me, it was well worth my boredom time to read and watch.

Posted by frost on Feb 26th, 2014 00:17 - Subscribe Bookmark and Share

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