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Old 02-12-2014, 12:48 PM   #111 (permalink)
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Game of Thrones is the literary equivalent to crack. After the first book your left chasing the 'not Daenerys' dragon.

Your life becomes a living hell, all in search of a repeat of the first high. That's chasing the dragon.
Ghauck - you sir, explained it perfectly.

I had the most amazing dreams reading these books. I've dreamt about winning over Kingdoms, assassinating kings and ravaging princesses.

Ghauck - where in Canada are you?!
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Ghauck - you sir, explained it perfectly.

I had the most amazing dreams reading these books. I've dreamt about winning over Kingdoms, assassinating kings and ravaging princesses.

Ghauck - where in Canada are you?!
I remember early in the first book when Lady the direwolf was killed, I gasped out loud "How cruel this book is!"

Never in the history of mankind has such an inadequate misjudgment of what to come been made. I guess someone saying "Hitler seems mean" in 1933 would be a close comparison

I'm in Calgary, if you ever find another series to help us chase the dragon please do share!!!!
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Never in the history of mankind has such an inadequate misjudgment of what to come been made. I guess someone saying "Hitler seems mean" in 1933 would be a close comparison
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Game of thrones is more like riding the dragon for a long period and then the supply line drying up completely. Every time you start to get into a good dealer and it becomes regular that mother fucker dries up. Now that the last book is read there isn't even a relief of having a new supply coming anytime soon, it could be years!!!!!
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The help, so far its pretty pedestrian.
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The help, so far its pretty pedestrian.
I was surprised that I actually enjoyed it. It was such an easy read and perfect for drunk reading on a Cuban beach. I went through it like peanuts.

I highly recommend reading The Spark: A Mother's Story of Nurturing Genius by Kristine Barnett. It's amazing.
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It was such an easy read and perfect for drunk reading on a Cuban beach. I went through it like peanuts.
Now your just rubbing it in, too bad our American brothers and sisters will never know the pleasure of a Cuban beach void of any Americans

Bait set......
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Now your just rubbing it in, too bad our American brothers and sisters will never know the pleasure of a Cuban beach void of any Americans

Bait set......
It's heaven.
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On the Road by Jack Kerouac. Here's a taste if you haven't read it:

[...]the only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars.
― Jack Kerouac, On the Road
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