Why George R.R. Martin’s ‘The Winds of Winter’ Could be the Last ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ Published Book
Fans may need to accept and be contented with the books George R.R. Martin has published so far as “The Winds of Winter” could be his last book to release.
Fans have been citing that it have been six years since they last get hold of “A Dance with Dragons” and that the long-awaited sequel “The Winds of Winter”’s publishing and release date is still unknown. It can be recalled that Martin revealed on January 2016 that he missed his deadline for finishing the book.
A report cited that fans have been criticizing the HBO series “Game of Thrones” for having plot lines which do not align from the book but added that fans and readers of the book may need to learn enjoying the show as “Game of Thrones” TV series could give them the conclusion to Martin’s book.
The report added that aside from several projects Martin has been tangled into, his health is reportedly not stable and that he has grown older that’s why his writing pace also slowed down a lot.
Martin replied to rumors and said that he did not have any problem or even a “writer’s block” in which he knew fans say about him.
“I don’t have ‘writer’s block.’ Never said I did. What I do have is “too much to do.” An entirely different problem,” Martin said.
Fans have been speculating and creating theories everywhere as Martin did not give any notes or even spoilers for his upcoming book. But they know for sure that almost anything could happen with their favorite characters as the author is known to be fond of killing off his characters in the book.
While waiting for “The Winds of Winter,” George R.R. Martin’s fans could watch “Game of Thrones” Season 7 which will be released on July 16, 2017.
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