A Feast for Crows / A Dance with Dragons Book Club Episode 22

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We are so close to the end of the book! We are getting into some of the side characters now as we take a look at ole Barry Barristan again, see how little Quentyn is doing, check in on Jon Connington, hobble around with Asha, and catch up with ole dum dum Victarion. I’m so proud of yall for sticking with us as we finish off the book and roar into season 6. It’s been a long fulfilling journey.

Chapters! (spoilers for character names)

The Discarded Knight (Barristan II): ADWD 60
The Spurned Suitor (Quentyn III): ADWD 61
The Griffin Reborn (Jon Connington II): ADWD 62
The Sacrifice (Asha IV): ADWD 63
Victarion IV: ADWD 64

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  1. So yeah just listened to the podcast 20 and Dance with Dragon is the perfect title for this book. Because the Dance OF the Dragons was all the Targaryen fighting each other and killing dragons and flying all over the place. They are the ones initiating the unrest and political machinations. In A Dance with Dragons all these other people Illyrio, Tyrion, Euron, Hizdahr, the Dothraki, Jon Connington they’re all plotting and scheming an maneuvering all over the world, fleets are sailing, khalasars are raiding, armies are marching. THAT is “the Dance. But, the dragons both Targaryen and reptilian are staying put. So there’s a Dance and that dance has dragons, but the dragons aren’t the ones doing the dancing.

    Also Hizdahr is totally George W. Bush. He should have just stayed running that fighting pit/baseball team but noooopo…. he came from a proud an noble family so he let people convince him to run for office and then shit got real.

  2. Tim bringing up goddamn Morocco Mole is so amazing. My gods though, man. “Implied” must’ve been your most favoritist of words in the year of our lord, 2016. Everything that’s explicitly stated can’t be implied. All that aside, I would love it if, after the conclusion of the series, y’all would deliver on your offer to do a podcast on the appendices.

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