In this week's Game of Thrones episode, "High Sparrow," two queens face off in a battle for Tommen's love, and my favorite queen is absent.
In the tamest wedding we've seen on Game of Thrones, Margaery Tyrell and Tommen Baratheon are married. Margaery officially becomes the queen, and Tommen is very taken with her. They consummate the marriage, and even though it didn't last long (unsurprisingly, Tommen is young and Margaery is extremely attractive), Margaery expertly plays the part of adoring wife.
Knock knock. Oh hey, Drogon. "Game of Thrones" season five, episode two review "The House of Black and White"
In my review of the first "Game of Thrones" episode, I mentioned the foreshadowing and how the characters who had power in the last seasons, will lose it in this season.
The power is fluid. It comes and goes as easily as Drogon. (Nice to see you again, dragon. Hope you haven't killed anymore children.) The power struggles aren't up for debate, but what causes those wins and loses varies between character and situation.
Last Friday my Fiction 5660 class workshopped my second story I turned in this semester. I was worried because my classmates weren't very nice about my first story, and even though I received great feedback, I wanted to do something completely different.
So I wrote about cannibals.