Bad news for us readers of the saga A Song of Ice and Fire. George R. R. Martin announced on his blog that will fail to publish l ’ awaited sixth book – The Winds of Winter – before the airing of season six of Game of Thrones.
Unlike the hopes of a few months ago, indicating l ’ release of The Winds of Winter by April 2016, anticipating so the return of the tv show, the author apologizes to readers via an post on his blog because the book isn't done yet. Martin has given up on convention and interviews in an effort to meet the deadline imposed, but of course the creative process is a ’ incognita; and so amid slowdowns in writing and revisions, This publication has been postponed until a later date.
The fifth novel, A Dance with Dragons, It was released in 2011 and since then we readers we feared this day would come: We will see the series before reading the book, that is totally unprepared. Che ansia! When asked if the HBO show will be full of spoilers than novels, George R. R. Martin risponde “all I can do is say, “yes and no,” and mumble once again about the butterfly effect. Those pretty little butterflies have grown into mighty dragons. Some of the ‘spoilers’ you may encounter in season six may not be spoilers at all… because the show and the books have diverged, and will continue to do so”. In effetti la serie ha modificato tante piccole e grandi cose rispetto ai libri – pensiamo solo a Ser Barristan o alle storyline mancanti – quindi The Winds of Winter potrebbe comunque riservarci grandi twist. Just a pity it cannot know before what will happen to Jon Snow!
George R. R. Martin we were astonished to novel in novel with his saga, then there is possibility that disappoint us ’, even with this prolongation of expectation; After all write in haste to go hand in hand with television time would only affect the quality of his work, so better wait! As the fans who commented on mass on post, I will continue to worship and thank Martin for the world he has created and to have full confidence in what you are writing! Good job George!