A Letter to George R.R. Martin
Thursday October 11, 2012 at 12:29 am |

Dear Mr. Martin,

First I have to say that your works, your Song of Ice an Fire Series (Game of Thrones) is nothing short of EPIC Brilliance.  And with that said I have to say that while reading A Storm of Swords, you BROKE MY HEART!  Why did you do it George?  WHYYYYY!?  What you did was so so WRETCHED, and I’m going to have a hard time forgiving you for it.  Maybe you’ll redeem yourself in the future, even though it’s almost impossible, maybe it’s not what it seems.  Or maybe I’m just in denial, but regardless, I’m kinda sick over it, and yes I even audibly gasped and yelled NOOOO, scaring the bejesus out of my Mom when I read such blasphemy.  Ughhhh!

Okay, I’m done venting now.  Just so you know though, I still LOVED the book, all of them I’ve read so far.  And even though they are all thick as hell, I can see myself re-reading them all in the future.  I get so consumed by the world you created, that I never want to leave it when the book is done.  Lucky for me there are four more books to come and to read.  Please keep entertaining and thrilling me with your great books.  I’ll keep reading…but I’m still mad at you though!

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11 Responses to “A Letter to George R.R. Martin”

  1. Sounds like I really should try this. Great post.

    • Jade says:

      Juju, these books are so good! I don’t know what I expected when I started them, but I never knew I would love them this much and get totally absorbed by them. I almost feel a little lost when I’m not reading one.

  2. Can you please sign my name to this letter too! Lol – Martin is so not loyal to his characters – now I’m scared for all of them with the next book! Who knows what he’ll do to them next!

    • Jade says:

      Tanya I’m anxious and terrified at the same to time to know what happens in A Feast of Crows. How could he do it? You’re right, he has no respect of persons, and I guess that’s how you have to be to tell a great story.

  3. Erin says:

    Awwww I hate broken hearts from series. Had it happen myself. Haven’t read any of this series yet but plan to, know it’s very popular.

  4. Oh, now I’m REALLY curious… I need to quit dragging my feet and read this series already.

  5. 🙁

    This is me wanting to know what happened. Maybe a little spoiler would be okay? Okay I want a big one. I want to know what lead to this letter. Is this book supposed to align with season 3 of the series? I need to know if I need to prep myself.

    • Jade Jade says:

      I don’t want to spoil it for you Alexis! Season three SHOULD coincide with A Storm of Swords. But since they veered from what they did first season and changed so much from book to series…I have no idea what the third season will bring. I’m just as curious as you on that aspect. If you ever get the time…read the books, they are worth it.

  6. […] her family and they were all just robbed from her.  Once I finally finished the book I just had to express my displeasure with Old George.  May he burn in the seven hells he speaks of.  Don’t get me wrong.  Regardless, I think […]