Top 10 Tweets About the Jon/Ghost Reunion!

Top 10 Tweets About the Jon/Ghost Reunion!

I’ll admit it, I too thought that Jon Snow not petting Ghost was the worst thing ever, but turns out that heartbreaking scene in the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones was merely creating hope that they would meet again at home (yes, the Night’s Watch has and always been Jon’s one true home). Now Twitter might not the best thing on the internet (the best thing on the internet is obviously memes about hotdogs), but it does showcase some of the best reactions to Jon meeting, and staying with, our favorite runt of the Dire wolf litter Ghost. Fair warning, …

What Does It Mean That Jon Ghosted His Beloved Ghost?!

What Does It Mean That Jon Ghosted His Beloved Ghost?!

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It is no surprise that the latest episode of Game of Thrones, like the rest of the season so far, had us on the edge of our seats. The show is political by nature, whether you are team Sansa, team Dany, or hell, even team Cersei—but almost anyone can agree that no one was in Jon’s team when he didn’t pet Ghost goodbye!   Pet Ghost on behalf of Jon Snow who will be reunited in the end. #spoiler #BattleOfWinterfell #GameofThrones #GOT pic.twitter.com/gN4ygA2QnF — Hey Zues (You are not what you seem) (@HeyZuesAD) May 6, 2019   People took it …

‘Game of Thrones’ Review: ‘The Long Night’

‘Game of Thrones’ Review: ‘The Long Night’

The latest episode of Game of Thrones was hyped beyond belief. “The Battle for Winterfell” was possibly the most anticipated episode of the season, showcasing the war between the united characters of Westeros (sans Cersei) vs. the White Walkers in what was thought to be a bloodbath of epic proportions, on par with the Red Wedding. But when the episode came roaring onto screens last night, it had some noticeable issues that, in this author’s opinion, prevented it from reaching the heights of true greatness. We’ll delve more deeply into SPOILERS in this review of “The Long Night” but before we …

The Top 5 Best Pets in Literature

The Top 5 Best Pets in Literature

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Pets are amazing. Often they have just as much personality as actual people and sometimes, they can be more compelling to us than our fellow man, being simplistic yet full of life. To celebrate the lives of our furry friends, here are some of the best pets in literature, from the fantastical to the mundane, always providing key companionship to our favorite heroes throughout their journeys.   5. Ramoth from Dragonriders of Pern   Image Via Syfy.com Who wouldn’t want a dragon as a pet? No one, that’s who and Ramoth from Dragonriders of Pern personifies this beautifully. Bonding with a lowly …