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The following are the Game of Thrones television universe expandsThe upcoming prequel episode House of the Dragon George R.R. Martin, the creator and author of The A Song of Ice and FireBook seriesHas Provided a sort of Up-to-dateHis long-term goalsawaited Winds of winter

His site: The writer has confirmedHis upcoming book will be different from the HBO series that he created. Song of Ice and FireAs his Epic conclusionIt is still being worked out. “Another question that I get a lot, especially since the end of GAME OF THRONES on HBO, is whether A SONG OF ICE & FIRE, will end the same way. A gardener is more able to answer this question than an architect. As I write my stories, they change and grow. I generally know where I am going, sure… the final destinations, the big set pieces, they have been my head for years… for decades, in the case of A SONG OF ICE & FIRE. However, there are many devils in details and sometimes the ground shifts under my feet as I speak.” he wrote.

“Most of you know by now that I do not like to give detailed updates on WINDS. I am still working on it. I have been working hard on it. I will continue to do so.” he said of his progress,And he linked a video that he spoke about his work as a writer. It is clear that the HBO series will address concerns. Go off the railspossibly due to the lack of road map when the show caught up to the books—he added: “What I have noticed more and more of late, however, is my gardening is taking me further and further away from the television series. Yes, some of the things you saw on HBO in GAME OF THRONES you will also see in THE WINDS OF WINTER (though maybe not in quite the same ways)… but much of the rest will be quite different. This was not surprising, if you stop and think about it. The novels are more complicated and larger than the series. The books will not be able to replicate some of the HBO series’ events. And vice versa.”

To be a well-known figure in the public eye It has Martin has no doubt had expectations. He is transparent about where his writing takes him.That and while He intends to add more than was on the original show. “I have viewpoint characters in the books never seen on the show: Victarion Greyjoy, Arianne Martell, Areo Hotah, Jon Connington, Aeron Damphair,” he said.They will each have chapters. Their actions and words will impact the story as well as the main characters. And… well, the list is long. All this is why WINDS takes so long. This is Hard, guys).” He Concluded by noting, “…not all of the characters who survived until the end of GAME OF THRONES will survive until the end of A SONG OF ICE & FIRE, and not all of the characters who died on GAME OF THRONES will die in A SONG OF ICE & FIRE. (Some will, sure. Yes. Maybe all. Perhaps most.But I could still change my mind next week …)

That’s not exactly an update, but it does sound encouraging at least. WeWe look forward to the final of A Song of Ice and Fire when it’s published eventually!


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