Fans of the book series, "A Song of Ice and Fire" were disappointed when George RR Martin missed his target released date for "The Winds of Winter." The celebrity author initially aimed to release the sixth "ASOIAF" book before "Game of Thrones" Season 6 premiere but the show has already returned and the book is still out of sight.
According to new reports, the "Game of Thrones" finale is titled, "The Winds of Winter." Will this spoil the readers who follow the HBO series? Read more to understand.
'Game of Thrones' Finale Title 'The Winds of Winter'
According to Observer Culture, the "Game of Thrones" finale will be titled "The Winds of Winter." The book readers are hesitant to watch the TV show as it might spoil them. Is the title for the finale a hint that the show will indeed spoil the book?
In an interview last 2012, George RR Martin revealed that he would begin "The Winds of Winter" with a big battle. "I'm going to open [The Winds of Winter] with the two big battles that I was building up to, the battle in the ice and the battle of Slaver's Bay. And then take it from there," Martin told Smarter Travel.
The Observer suggests that if we assume that the book and the show are related, "Game of Thrones" is inclined to the second battle. There are two Greyjoy fleets, one led by Euron Greyjoy and the other by a brother-sister duo who is sailing toward Meeren to woo Daenerys Targaryen.
What Does The 'Battle In The Ice' Mean?
As for the first battle, the "Battle in the Ice" could mean the "battle of the bastards" where Ramsay Bolton will be up against the Starks. There are speculations that this will involve the giants and wildlings. Many characters are expected to die including Jon Snow, who might die in the series for the second time.
As for "The Winds of Winter," Parent Herald reported that there would be more death in the upcoming book. In fact, there are rumors that the Stark siblings Arya and Bran may die. There are also speculations that Daenerys Targaryen and Tyrion Lannister will face their demise in the book. Thus, making it too close to the plot of "Game of Thrones" where more deaths are also expected.
Do you believe that "Game of Thrones" present too much spoilers for the overdue book "The Winds of Winter?" What do you expect from the "Game of Thrones" finale titled, "The Winds of Winter?" Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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