What would you give to discuss the characters of HBO’s Game of Thrones? With a writer who poses fascinating questions, who sheds new light on the critical role of major players in this high-energy drama?
For less than you’d pay for a cup of coffee, you can enjoy Pearson Moore's 38,000 word (120 page) compendium of writings on the characters of Game of Thrones. The volume contains Moore's controversial, game-changing analysis of The Hound, “The Seventh Sword: The Chivalry of Sandor Clegane”, as well as the acclaimed discussion of Bran Stark, “Bran Stark: The Third Eye”. Applying the unrelenting analytical intensity that has made Moore's companion books required reading for any serious fan of television drama, this book is the perfect companion to the later episodes of the first season.
This volume contains eight character essays extracted from Moore's larger works, Game of Thrones Season One Essays. and Game of Thrones Season Two Essays. Readers who have already purchased these more comprehensive books may wish to wait for Moore’s third season essays, tentatively scheduled for release in October 2013. While many readers of George Martin's novels may enjoy Thrones Questions and Comments, these fans are cautioned that Moore addresses only the television series and not the characters or situations from the novels.
Thrones Questions and Comments will expand and strengthen your appreciation of a truly remarkable television creation, praised almost universally as the greatest fantasy series ever brought to the small screen. With Moore's companion book in hand you will discover for yourself new questions, new comments, and new excitement—all for less than the price of a cup of coffee. Be alert. Be ready. Winter is coming.