Its the final episode of Shark Liver Oil's rollocking good romp through George RR Martin's A Feast For Crows! And what a feast we have for you here. In a shock twist, Brienne appears to have survived, only to appear to die again a few pages later in another shock twist. Will she return in yet another shock twist when we get to A Dance of Dragons? And speaking of shock twists... its the return of Pate!!! (who?). Dude from the prologue. Wanted to sleep with a prostitute. Met some shady fellow in an alleyway and passed out. Of all the characters to make a dramatic and glorious return, he probably wasn't up there with Robb Stark, but we'll take what we can get at this stage..Get your feedback into us on twitter @sharkliveroil or on email firstname.lastname@example.org
In Descent, Shark Liver Oil explores the murky nadir of A Feast For Crows. We plough through more Cersei insanity and spend almost an entire chapter locked in a tower with a petulant and unapologetic teenager. We then get a luxurious amount of detail lavished upon Sansa and Sweetrobin's climb down the mountain. With no Brienne or Jaime to redeem it, this looks like a bumpy ride ahead. But what's this? Dave actually liked most of this part and it wasn't as bad as Matt remembered from the last read. Maybe there's light at the end of the tunnel after all! And there's also the long overdue return to our long running joke about Westeros's favourite elderly House DJ, Grandmasta Pycelle. Lets get it on! Send your feedback to email@example.com or find us on twitter @sharkliveroil
We continue our tour of Westeros like the hardy northmen we are, not even asking for a refund when the bed turns out to be more populated with bugs than Kings Landing is by psychos; INSTEAD, we hear the world's worst marriage proposal, see the outcome of some truly horrendous dental work, and Ser Loras encounters a Family Guy tribute he'll never forget. Matt's still scared that our audience is standing around in hoods, silently watching us - so if you'd like to relieve his misery, get in touch through @sharkliveroil on Twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org for email. See you next week for a special edition entitled Matt Gets Really Cross.
We continue our rollocking good romp through George RR Martin's A Feast For Crows with Part 7: The Quiet Isle. Brienne takes a breather on Monk Island, a not so cunning plot of Cersei's backfires spectacularly and we visit Braavos and meet Cassio - King Of The Seals. Will he make a late bid for the Iron Throne? We certainly hope so. We're also making a heartfelt plea for feedback. We can see from our stats that we've had a bit of a spike in (apparently silent) listeners recently. Why not drop us an email email@example.com or send us a tweet @sharkliveroil and we'll give you a mention on the cast! Or don't, and continue to freak Matt out. That would be funny too.
We're back, galloping across Westeros, thundering through King's Landing and doing fuck all in the North because there's none of that in this book and George Martin doesn't care how you feel. BUT INSTEAD we've got a new entry in the popular 'poor life choices in Westeros' series (now starring Cersei), a rare sighting of Jaime's sense of honour, and the mother of all hangovers. Grab your bottles of ouzo destructo and get involved - we're firstname.lastname@example.org and @sharkliveroil on Twitter.
We're at the halfway stage of A Feast For Crows by George RR Martin and things are starting to heat up! There's a crazy one man cavalry charge to round off an even crazier freewheeling teen plot to take over Westeros, a diplomatic masterclass from everyone's favourite slimy politician and some strange happenings over at the House of Black and White. And if that wasn't enough there's flying porridge and a Westeros wide ban of beets (not the headphones) as the realm's entitled children decide they're fed up and they're not going to fucking take it any more. It promises to be a lively discussion. If you want to get involved in shark liver oil with any thought on A Feast For Crows or the cast in general, send them to email@example.com or find us on twitter @sharkliveroil
It’s episode 4 of our read-through of George RR Martin’s A Feast for Crows. We’ve got political intrigue, steel bands and a man who mysteriously isn’t nicknamed ‘Piss King’ - also the continuing descent into madness of Cersei ‘it’s all a plot’ Baratheon...as ever, give us a tweet @sharkliveroil or an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you can think of any way for this shit to get realer...
Welcome to the third part of Shark Liver Oil's journey through A Feast For Crows by George RR Martin. In this part we discuss how not to name your drinking establishment, Radyll Tarly "Dad of The Year" and what the phrase "the soiled knight" may actually mean. Oh, and some plot and stuff happens too. Got a comment about the show or the book? Send it to us at email@example.com or get us on twitter @sharkliveroil
EEEEH-HEEE! It's time for the second part of our romp/saunter/seemingly endless march through George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire. Today it's a feast indeed: we've got a continuingly mental Red Woman, a continuingly self-obsessed Cersei, and Matt's tortured uncertainty about male nipples. But more than any of that, ARYA STARK ARRIVES SOMEWHERE! It's the moment we've been waiting for, three books after she left home - celebrate with us, and give us your thoughts on this bit of the book, @sharkliveroil on Twitter and firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're back on the Thrones-waggon! Join us for our ten part journey through George RR Martin's A Feast For Crows, the fourth in his A Song Of Ice and Fire series. This week we're reading from the prologue to the chapter about Sam "Sam was reading about the others when he saw the mouse. "Get ready for our take on George's Magnificent Triple Prologue extravaganza. It's time to meet Pate, Areo Hotah, the Sand Snakes, Prince Doran, Aeron Damphair and a host of other new characters as George replenishes his heavily depleted character roster. With so many new faces you just know some of them are for the chop - but we'll be here to help you through it. Send us your thoughts on the book by emailing email@example.com or get us on twitter @sharkliveroil