Apr 26, 13
Read from July 06, 2012 to April 26, 2013
So what I've done is watch the two seasons (ie. first two books), then picked up the second book. Here was my thinking: I'm already too far ahead of the events in the first book to want to read that, but don't know if reading the third book will spoil the third season. I thought I would read the second book and, if the experience was that much better than watching the shows, I'd keep reading the books. But I don't know if it is! The books don't improve on the characterizations of the show, nor do they have any subplots that the series overlooks. So now, I don't know if I'll read the third book or not. I probably will, just because the information is out there and my need for instant gratification is greater than my aesthetic sensibility. Alas.