Fans are itching to get the much anticipated book from George R.R. Martin, ?Winds of Winter.? But unfortunately, with Martin?s busy schedule and time consuming lifestyle, there?s no really telling on when the book will actually come out.
It?s important that we finally get our hands on ?Winds of Winter,? but it?s more imperative that Martin take his time in finishing it. ?I?ve been hearing them come up behind me for years, and the question is, ?How can I make myself write faster?? I think, by now, the answer is, I can?t,? Martin said during a discussion at the Northwestern University?s Medill School of Journalism. ?I write are the pace I write, and what the show is doing is not going to change what the books are.?
Martin was also cited in a BBC radio interview and said that he could finish about five to six pages in a good day. ?But those days don?t come very often, I wish they came more often. A lot of day it?s kind of struggling, you know??
?Winds of Winter? release date
It has also been reported that the book for Winds of Winter may be finished before the end of the year and will be released early 2016. There are also rumors that the book is already in the publishing house and is only waiting for a scheduled release date, but there is still no official word from Martin himself.
No more Iron Throne?
On the other hand, actor Finn Jones, who plays Loras Tyrell in Game of Thrones, makes a convincing theory about the future of the Iron Throne. According to the actor, a possible absent Iron Throne, that is the center of all the battles that have been going on around Westeros, will never have a successor because it will be used for another motive.
?Basically, what I think is that there will be a huge battle between Ice and Fire factions. I think Ica and Fire will completely destroy themselves in this great war,? Jones said. ?It?ll destroy Wseteros and they?ll have to dissolve the Iron Throne because it has Valyrian Steel,? he added.
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