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A podcast "book club" that does chapter-by-chapter reviews of every single book in the A Song Of Ice And Fire series. Natasha has read them all, and Brendan has read none!

Customer Reviews

I think I'll pass

Though I won't say its the worst podcast about the game of thrones, that title is held by another. This podcast is up there. The podcast is like a catty episodic mean girls. The host do nothing but crap on episodes with no real complaint except, its not like that in the book. It got really old after a few episodes. If you are going to review a tv show, review a tv show. If you are going to critique a tv critique the show for what it is, not for how it is not exactly like the book. If after 5 years you don't know that this is not the TV show a song of Ice and Fire, but the TV show Game of Thrones then I don't know what to tell you. If you like hearing angry people complain that that is not how it was done in the book, then this is the podcast. Too often they complain about events that occur and how they happened in the TV show, with out even knowing how those events will unfold or resolve. You can only take some much "this is crap, the book did it better" before you get the point that they don't like the TV show, but continue to watch it so they can "throw shade" at it.

Bordering on mental illness

I have been listening to this show for a long time....long before the main host's split with the old co-host, Brenden. It always had a bit too much "social commentary" for me, but it was a decent, structured, and consistent podcast focusing on the books (primarily) and the show (secondarily)

Since it's come-back in recent months, the show has taken on the militant feminism of a newly divorced woman. The new co-hosts are like minded by design. The "fan letters" are similarly handpicked to only showcase a manufactured narrative that fits the hosts' political agenda. I dont pluralize "agenda", because the host (militant feminist), the co host (male feminist), and the new co host (thick accented male feminist) all share the same ideas and agendas. There is no real debate, just back slapping and congratulating.

If you were to edit out all of the Social Justice Warrior propaganda, you would be left with about 10 minutes of the hosts talking about their other published works and a few snarky sentences on why they hate the show and will never watch it again.

If you cannot differenciate reality and television, and you are upset enough at fictional racism/sexism/rape/misogyny that you yell, curse, and block all of your followers on social media....this is the podcast for you. If you are not that person, I cant suggest this podcast or group of people to anybody serious about learning more about the actual A Song of Ice and Fire series or the tv show Game of Thrones.

Podcast fell off

Use to love this podcast but now it's just Unenjoyable.. Just a lot of complaining and Natasha thinking she's a lot cooler than she really is.. Miles is a terrible fill in for Brendan.. Anton is ok actually but this once devoted fan am done with this podcast

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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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