Will George R. R. Martin Finish 'A Song of Ice and Fire'? - The AtlanticA 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 Per George R. Martin, The Winds of Winter cover with the horn is the real one Confirmed by Martin, the cover included above will be black and feature the Horn of Winter, the legendary instrument that is apparently able to bring down the Wall and allow the White Walkers to travel south. I thought was a bad year, but was even worse I hope better times are ahead for all of us.
Winds of Winter: GOOD NEWS in wait for George RR Martin's Game of Thrones book release
Martin believes the last two volumes of the series will total over 3, manuscript pages. The Winds of Winter will take readers farther north than any of the previous books, and the Others will appear in the book. And then take it from there. Winter is the time when things die, and cold and ice and darkness fill the world, so this is not going to be the happy feel-good that people may be hoping for. Some of the characters [are] in very dark places. Things get worse before they get better, so things are getting worse for a lot of people.
Everything we know about the long-awaited novel.
For many years, George R. Martin has been repeatedly asked the morbid question of what would happen if he were to die before finishing his A Song of Ice and Fire series. Since , when the first entry, A Game of Thrones , was published, Martin has written five novels as well as several spin-off stories. The question for book fans now is whether Martin will eventually unveil his own version. Martin remains as resolute as ever: His ending is coming. In a post published on his blog Monday , he assured readers that work continues on The Winds of Winter , though he knows better than to set a deadline. Whatever broad strokes he gave them translated into a final season in which one crucial character, Daenerys Targaryen, wreaked fiery chaos on the continent of Westeros; her lover and ally, Jon Snow, killed her in the aftermath; and, in a twist, the psychic seer Bran Stark became the new king.