Game Of Thrones

Game of thrones

I’m not a big television watcher. However, Game Of Thrones is perhaps the most entertaining thought provoking television show I’ve ever experienced. The show has developed into masterpiece storytelling. You’ll never know what to expect. What you think you know will happen usually doesn’t. The show is smarter than the viewer which applauds huge amounts of credit to the writers.

What makes the show even more interesting is that it persuades you to conduct research as to how and why certain  events take place. I haven’t read the books yet because I know it’s a bit different. I will definitely take on the hard backs once the series end. Here’s a prequel name of relevance, Aegon Targaryen

If you know anything about the series, you are well aware of the unique story revolving around the Stark family. This is the strongest family in fictional storytelling in my opinion. It stems from the Dad, Ned Eddard Stark and then mom Catelyn Stark. The rest of the family consist of three sons Rob, Bran and Rickon. Then there’s John snow who’s the bastard son and Theon Greyjoy who is considered as an adopted son. There are also two daughters, Sansa and Arya.

It’s hard to say which one is my favorite character because their stories are compelling. Are you interested in the show but haven’t had a chance to watch it yet? I get that most people are not into medieval times, but trust me, you will be fully intrigued and engaged. I’ll break down each character of the family gemed from my on perspective. Game Of Thrones season 5 has ended but it’s a joy to go back to the beginning roots to observe every event and character closely. Dissect every conversation and confrontation then serve yourself wow experiences.

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