on hbo’s official website, the “don’t have hbo?” box features jon snow
im stupid for laughing so hard at this
you don’t even have hbo, jon snow.
WILL HIS SUFFERING EVER END???? be nice to him hbo, catelyn tried to kill him with the pox that one time
westeros’s celebs read mean tweets (ps: all tweets are real)
I AM BACK TUMBLR
“omg khaleesi is so pretty perfection rawr fierce would make best queen <3 cersei u whore brotherfucking slut cant u see jaime loves brienne beauty and the beast tru luv ugh SANSA SO STUPID why cant you be more like badass arya also melisandre red crazy psycho slut ugh I LUV GAME OF THRONES :PPP”
I cannot deal with daenerys’ ass kissers on facebook
the bitch is mad and they’re just making me hate her more GRRR
episode is a 7/10 for me
Because of reasons.
The downloads are .zips so that the cyberpolice don’t break down my door, and within the .zips is an .epub of the book. You can view them on your computer with FBReader, or on an iOS device with Readmill. I’ve also linked the Goodreads page for each book so you can see whether or not the book is up your alley, and read what other people thought of it.
This is not necessarily a recommendation post because I haven’t yet read all of these, nor is it a comprehensive collection of every Borgia book out there: it’s just pretty much every Borgia ebook out there. Enjoy!
Lucrezia Borgia: Life, Love, and Death in Renaissance Italy by Sarah Bradford (mediafire / box)
Cesare Borgia: His Life and Times by Sarah Bradford (mediafire / box)
The Borgias: The Hidden History by G.J. Meyer (mediafire / box)
The Borgias and Their Enemies by Christopher Hibbert (mediafire / box)
The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli (mediafire / box). While this is more of a political and philosophical read, Machiavelli was a fan of Cesare and often cites his actions.
(Approach with caution, take with a grain of salt, etc.)
The Poisoner Mysteries by Sara Poole (mediafire / box)
The Lucrezia Borgia books by Jean Plaidy (mediafire / box)
Sins of the House of Borgia by Sarah Bower (mediafire / box)
The Family by Mario Puzo (mediafire / box)
If any links break, please let me know and I will update the post straight away.
shame on me for not having watched the borgias new season yet
shame on me shame on me
But when I was doing the scene, [director] Alex Graves said “When you say that last line, ‘I can be your family,’ say it like ‘I love you.’” And that’s the take that they used. (x)