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20 Unique Book asks

Bored so I’ve decided to make one :)
Share it around if u wanna try it :)

1. What book did you love when you were younger, but now are not very into?

2. What character do you hate that is overall a popular character?

3. What book would you be glad to never hear of again?

4. Which book has the protagonist you relate most to?

5. Have you ever liked a book but not liked the author?

6. What fictional world would you most like to live in?

7. Are you ever embarrassed when asked about your taste in books?

8. Do you get excited when a book you read is turning into a movie/ tv franchise? Or do you cringe.

9. Have you ever judged someone on their book taste?

10. How do you organise your book shelf?

11. Are you a sucker for book merchandises?

12. If you could ask your favourite author 2 questions what would they be?

13. In three words, how would you describe your taste in books?

14. Have you made genuine friendships through the books you’ve read?

15. Do you prefer reading outside or in the solitude of your room?

16. If you had the chance to spend the night with your favourite book character, what would you guys do? (And who would it be with)

17. What character do you think would be cool genderswapped?

18. What’s the book you’ve reread the most in your life?

19. How far would you travel to see your favourite author?

20. If your top 3 book characters (from different series) met for the day, who would you think would get along the best with each other?

My top 10 favorite movies

10. The Departed, (2006)  Martin Scorsese

9. Moonrise Kingdom, (2012) Wes Anderson

8. Gone Girl, (2014) David Fincher

7. The Usual Suspects, (1995) Bryan Singer

6. Se7en, (1995) David Fincher

5. The Royal Tenenbaums, (2001) Wes Anderson

4.Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, (1986) John Hughes

3.The Shining, (1980) Stanley Kubrick

2.Mommy, (2014) Xavier Dolan

1.Fight Club, (1999) David Fincher


“Arya, the lone wolf, still lived, but the wolves of the pack had been taken and slain and skinned.”
Vengeance for her pack burned within her, she’d set the Seven Kingdoms on fire to light the emptiness they left in her heart🐺

An unlikely contender for the Throne and it's a great idea tbh

I was watching a funny ET interview ( sorry I don’t know how to post a link from Youtube) with the females of GoT and the (ridiculously handsome) interviewer asked them - Nathalie Emmanuel, Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, Hannah Murray, Lena Headey and Maisie Williams a final question on who they think will be on the Throne and point to the person they think will win.

While most fingers landed on Emilia (Dany), only Lena gave hers to the Stark sisters, Sophie (Sansa) and Maisie (Arya) and it got me thinking, it would make for a fantastic plot twist and most unexpected yet bittersweet and perhaps GRRM’s version of giving his fans what they’ve wanted all these while - that House Stark comes out winning, from all the crap they’ve been through - the only way GRRM can. The only family who don’t have any desire for the Throne, the most tragedy-plagued House yet most honourable/noble/ respected, the ultimate key to ruling and uniting Westeros (Sansa : Lady of Winterfell, heir to Riverrun, link to the Vale and Queen in the North if Jon hands her the title) will ultimately reign with one of their own as Queen(s). Now, isn’t that grand? I love Dany and her dragons but she does have a worrying prophecy to fulfill. Cersei won’t last long though she’s the most obvious (human) villain in the whole series, second to the WW and she too has a last deadly prophecy coming for her ass, now that all her kids are gone, also as prophesied. So that leaves who? The Stark sisters!

Maybe A Song of Ice and Fire IS really about Sansa and/or Arya dominating Westeros (ICE) and Jon, from a former bastard to a hidden prince of true blood Targaryen (FIRE) doing his thing as Azor Ahai to save the Westerosi world from the damn White Walkers. And that’s it, really. If the spoilers of S7 are true about Dany and Jon hooking up, it seems probable in the future that Dany ends up as Nissa Nissa to his Azor Ahai and that ties in with her betrayal and death prophecy. But we need that miracle sword to appear first.

Lena Headey knows something we don’t y'all. Whaddya think?? Interesting, no??