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Theres nothing enjoyable about sleeping in a bedroom that feels like a freezer either. Thank goodness I have a heater.
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Please for the love of god, when you get through with that book, post your reactions of the events in this thread, under spoiler tags.
Spoiler:- Oh, all right, then. A Storm of Swords/Game of Thrones Season 4 Spoilers:
I had foreknowledge of several moments that were intended to be surprising, which is a shame, but nevertheless, I enjoyed it immensely. The last third or so of the book was exhilarating. I was not expecting Tyrion to be the one to kill Shae, nor that he'd also immediately move onto Twyin. I'm looking forward to seeing where his character goes from here, but I have to wait until A Dance with Dragons for that. I gained considerable respect for Stannis after his arrival at the Wall; he finally did something memorable. Sansa is rapidly rising on my list of favourite characters. Her escape to the Vale with Littlefinger has given her much more to do. "Only Cat" made me put down the book for a few minutes. The final pages of that chapter were very tense. I was worried for Sansa, but I should have known Lysa would be the one to fall through the Moon Door. Lady Stoneheart had been spoiled already, alas, though it's not as if she's been given a lot of attention just yet. I don't know what becomes of her.
The Purple Wedding was quite satisfying, despite my knowing it was coming. I think the revelations regarding events from A Game of Thrones were more shocking than many of the deaths in A Storm of Swords. Discovering that Joffrey hired the assassin to kill Bran and that Lysa poisoned Jon Arryn added depth to the overall story. I was not expecting past occurrences to be referenced in such a way and now I'm even more excited for what the rest of the series has in store.