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January 24, 2014


Matthew Lewis

I'd imagine some time while writing Feast for Crows or Dance with Dragons, GRRM got fed up with his plot issues and just angrily typed "EVERYONE DIES THE END." He'd have to be inhuman not to, really.

Curmudgeonly Ex-Clerk

Sadly, this will never happen. Bad things do happen to Daenerys; and by "Daenerys" I mean everyone she "liberates." But she apparently is untouchable. So we can look forward to still more chapters describing how much her naughty bits tingle when a purple-bearded mercenary strolls into the room. Some of my wife's romance novels are more butch.

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