Sunday, July 14, 2024

House of Fire & Blood – Episode 31 “No One Suspects the Myrish Invasion”

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This entry is part 31 of 40 in the series House of Fire & Blood

What if George R. R. Martin’s Fire and Blood was written more like HBO’s House of the Dragon? Caroline and Gretchen analyze Martin’s work from this perspective and search for hidden stories in the text.

This week in the season 1 finale, Caroline and Gretchen continue their analysis of Fire & Blood with the end of the eleventh chapter, The Long Reign Section 6. The world’s most serendipitous crossbow bolt totally accidentally and not-on-purpose kills the crown Prince, and finally Jaehaerys is sad about a child’s death. Also, take your calcium.

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