George R.r. Martin Reacts to the Series Finale of Game of Thrones

When Game of Thrones aired on HBO, there was hope that George R. R. Martin would finish the last two novels of his Saga “The Song of ice and fire”, but the TV series surpassed the previously published source material a few years later, finally crossing the finish line without Martin.

After the series finale that is breaking up, George R. R. Martin reacted to the end of Game of Thrones on his Blog. Martin praised the showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss, as well as the cast and crew, before saying that the Finale was an end, not the end. Does this mean that the conclusion of the novels will be different from that of the series?

Well, yes, yes. And no. And yes. And no. And yes. And no. And yes. I work in a very different environment than David and Dan, never forget that. They had six hours for this last Season. I expect my last two books to fill 3000 pages of manuscripts before they are finished… and if more pages, chapters and scenes are needed, I will add them. And of course, the butterfly effect will also be at work; those of you who don’t follow this blog will know that I’ve been talking about it since the first season.

There are characters who never appeared on the screen and others who died in the series, but who still live in the books, so readers will not be the least, such as Jeyne Poole, Lady Stoneheart, Penny and her Pig, Skahaz Shavepate, Arianne Martell, Darkstar, Victarion Greyjoy, Ser Garlan the Gallant, Aegon VI and a host of others And yes, there will be unicorns… somehow…

So, what will be the “real” ending, book or show? “It’s a stupid question,” Martin said. “What about it? I’ll write it down. You read it. Then everyone can form their own opinion, and on the Internet about it diskutieren.In as for the release of the next book in the series,”The Winds of Winter”, Martin did not want to say just to promise that he will come. In addition to the Novel, Martin is incredibly busy in other areas, with five shows on HBO (some of which have nothing to do with Westeros), two on Hulu and one on the History Channel.

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