Review: The Mystery Knight by George R.R. Martin

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A Knight of the Seven KingdomsBefore Tyrion Lannister and Podrick Payne, there was Dunk and Egg. A young, naïve but ultimately courageous hedge knight, Ser Duncan the Tall towers above his rivals—in stature if not experience. Tagging along is his diminutive squire, a boy called Egg—whose true name is hidden from all he and Dunk encounter. Though more improbable heroes may not be found in all of Westeros, great destinies lay ahead for these two . . . as do powerful foes, royal intrigue, and outrageous exploits.

The tales of Dunk and Egg have been entertaining and with each new one, you can’t help but find yourself wondering what kind of trouble they will be getting into next. In this particular novella, there’s no difference. Much like the previous one, this one starts with the duo stumbling across a corpse while on the road. This serves as a reminder that the Hand of the King…

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