George R.R. Martin | Website of author George R.R. MartinSo, what now? Game of Thrones concluded last night with a finale that was, well, technically a finale. The story came to a conclusion. That conclusion was at times frustratingly mediocre and other times maddeningly stupid. Bran as the winner? No prophecies explained? None of that Night King lore made relevant?
Winds of Winter in 2020 says George RR Martin - A Game of Thrones Season 8 Sympathy Gift?
A Song of Ice and Fire should theoretically continue one day soon with Winds of Winter … if Martin ever finishes writing it. Among the information we have is news about how a shocking series finale choice could also be included in Winds of Winter , as casually revealed by actor Isaac Hempstead Wright in late May
'The Winds of Winter': Release Date, News, Chapters, Page Count, and More
Now that the HBO adaptation has reached its dramatic and rather controversial end, all eyes are back on the books. It is a shock to realise that the last book came out the same year as the Game of Thrones show launched on TV. Eight long years have passed with numerous false alarms about The Winds of Winter. Late last night, though, George RR Martin posted a witty entry on his blog that contained a whopping revelation. The author was responding to a possibly rather cynical offer of free flights from Air New Zealand to help him finish Book Six there. I hope lots of you Kiwis will join us.
Martin's book The Winds of Winter.
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Fans are used to the wait in between books. The first five books were spaced three, four, five and six years apart. After A Dance With Dragons hit bookshelves in , the worst estimates were for a seven-year gap. Eight years have now passed and it is looking certain a ninth will, too, before The Winds of Winter arrives. The author has practically guaranteed he will have it delivered well before Worldcon New Zealand in July
The author did so while responding to an appeal put out by Air New Zealand, which implored him to travel to the country to complete his manuscript. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists? Start your Independent Premium subscription today. Independent Premium Comments can be posted by members of our membership scheme, Independent Premium.