A Dance With Dragons
I was liked Tyrion's banter and wisecracks with the people who picked him up to take him to the ship. I was shocked when he claimed he killed Joffrey, though. I wonder why he's lying about that. My guess is because after the whole execution and the truth about Tysha, he wants to kill his whole family. I'm really curious about Griff. He lies and says he isn't a knight nor a lord, but I don't understand why. I really liked the game of thrones line at the end of the chapter. It was absolutely perfect. I'm glad Davos Seaworth is back, because he's one of the best characters. His internal struggle between wanting to serve Stannis and wanting to shank Melisandre is pretty interesting. It's too bad he's been taken prisoner, and I'm worried he'll be executed. The lore about storms was pretty cool, because we know almost nothing about the gods that were worshiped before the seven took over. That reminds me, we still don't know what's going on with Cersei being imprisoned by the High Septon. I predict that she'll place the mystery warrior Qyburn hyped up as a member of the Kingsguard so she can demand trial by combat. It makes sense, because we know Arys Oakheart is dead, so she can do it as soon as she finds out.