Originally Posted by Ron Temple
If the series follows the book, be prepared for lots of characters with appalling morals doing foul deeds. The Stark clan, the protagonists and a few other sympathetic characters constantly are the target of these dirty tricks and never quite suceed in turning the tables. Be prepared, don't get attached to any likeable character and (in the books) there's not much to like about any of them. You might get attached to some of the darker ones though.
That's one of the great things about the books, IMO. You never know who's going to live or die so it's really hard to predict what's going to happen a lot of the time. The only thing you can truly count on is Martin spending WAY too much time describing what they're eating or wearing.
That's the bigged flaw with A Feast for Crows, IMO. If he cut out half of the descriptions of food and clothing he wouldn't have had to split the book.
I avoided the 15 minute preview but it was hard. I want to see the ep. in its entirety.