This is a story about being put into situations where you may want to act heroically (or just effectively), but where it's not always clear how to go about doing that. We read this story from multiple points of view.
The music for the fantasy TV series Game of thrones by the U.S. cable channel HBO is composed by Ramin Djawadi. The soundtrack is instrumental and features one major theme, the Main Title, which accompanies the series' title sequence
The music is noted for its popular main theme, which has been covered many times, and for its use of decidedly non-medieval renditions of songs from the series’ source novels by noted indie bands.
The sex is in the books so why not? It does not really break the pacing and there are not really that many, I would almost say its the one series where it does not feel so random as any other series, that just have them because they can. The way they have directed them is awesome and quite pleasing to the eyes. Which present generation enjoy seeing and later on discussing on it with friends and family. Don’t you?
The Strong knights, Huge well made Castles, Crazy war, Barbarians, strange gods like Lord of Light, made-up languages, and even Dragons who you see growing up. It’s a mix of all different emotions depicted beautifully.
Central characters are killed now and then, weddings become blood beds, Psychopaths and bad guys develop consciences as time passes. The twists and turns of the plot keeps you hooked, and the developments that are impossible to anticipate give us a blood rush and leaves us thinking. The moment you think, what’s going to happen next the show proves you wrong.
Let it be the worst Cersei lannister the sister and evil queen or the brother Jamie lannister father of the evil king Joffery Barratheon. The strong women like Daenerys Targaryen aS beautiful Khallisi, Innocent Sansa and Arya Stark and intelligent Margarey Tyrell. How can you forget the Tyrion lannister the most interesting and important. They are many more can't name them all. Much evil and less good but you fall in love with each one of them with every episode.
Source: “Most of us are not so strong. What is humor compared to a woman's love? What is duty against the feel of a newborn son in your arms? Or the memory of a brother's smile? Wind and words. We are only human, and the gods have fashioned us for love. That is our great glory and our great tragedy.” ― George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones
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