Game of Thrones Season One Es

Game of Thrones Season One Essays

These are essays unlike any you have read before. Pearson Moore digs deep into the heart and soul of Game of Thrones, immersing readers in the world of Westeros, bringing unparalleled enjoyment, complexity, and appreciation to the most fascinating fantasy television program ever brought to television. After reading “Game of Thrones Season One Essays,” you’ll want to see the episodes again and again; Moore’s compelling prose and captivating ideas will enrich your viewing experience with a

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  1. N. Podaci Says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Enhances the appreciation of the TV show, February 2, 2012
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    The author encourages the reader/viewer to form his or her own opinions but I appreciated the author’s opinions on so many aspects of the story and its characters, as seen on TV. I had not read the books and the scope of the story at times felt overwhelming. Now that HBO is running the first season again, in advance of the second season, I really appreciate having this book of essays as a guide. Thank you, Mr. Moore!

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  2. Slatternly Jones "Authority on boys and toys" Says:
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Thought provoking and fun essays for the devoted, February 28, 2012
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    Slatternly Jones “Authority on boys and toys” (Rhode Island) –
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    I truly enjoyed this dissection of the Game of Thrones series by Pearson Moore. Since those who are reading ahead are awaiting Book Six, and those who are watching the series are awaiting Season 2, Pearson’s discussions are a fantastic way to satisfy your Game of Thrones obsession while you wait. While I didn’t agree with all his insights, I found invaluable his discussions on the dire wolf pups, and on the kidnapping of Leana and it’s hidden implications. I also thoroughly enjoyed his comparisons of the series to the books. Reading the discussions of how different writers handle the same scene is catnip to me, and I hope he will include more of these insights when the next season rolls around.

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