Game of Thrones: A Novel Approach to "The Old Gods and the New"

Sorry, TV Fanatics. This one has taken me awhile.

For the duration of season two, I've been penning what we so wittily have titled A Novel Approach to Game of Thrones, reviews of each episode written from the point of view of a George R.R. Martin fan.

But "The Old Gods and the New" was a challenge - because so much deviated from the literature. I've collected my thoughts on it, however, and welcome all feedback to the following book-based review. Read More...


http://www.tvfanatic.com/2012/05/game-of-thrones-a-novel-approach-to-the-old-gods-and-the-new/

Comments

Medium 1371447244 phillis wheatley
May 29, 2012 4:09AM EDT
Well I have not read the books but I agree that Theon is a fool but the stark are wrong as well because they did kidnap and try to Stockholm syndrome him to their way of thinking and it's good to see that the brain washing did not stick. The stark girls are taking their share of beatings especially the stupid one who married the fool king. Her beatings are enough for both stark girls. what happens to John Snow in the books?
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