'The Winds Of Winter' Release Date, News & Update: 'Game Of Thrones' Proves George R.R. Martin Has Secrets On 'ASOIF' That Should Be Reviewed Before 6th Book Launch?

"The Winds Of Winter" author George R.R. Martin embedded secrets in the books from "A Song Of Ice And Fire" saga that fans should dig up. As evidenced in HBO's "Game Of Thrones" series finale "The Winds Of Winter," George R.R. Martin planted delicious clues about "ASOIF."

Readers waiting for George R.R. Martin on "The Winds Of Winter" book launch were recently thrown into a tizzy when the "Game Of Thrones" Season 6 finale revealed Jon Snow parentage and bloodline. While "Game Of Thrones" Season 6 finale, "The Winds Of Winter" gave rise to fever pitch digging for the ties between Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Iron Throne history, George R.R. Martin cleverly designed his "ASOIF" secrets.

Esquire points out that George R.R. Martin indicated the Jon Snow secret revealed in the "Game Of Thrones" Season 6 finale, "The Winds Of Winter" as early as 2002. A Q&A with George R.R. Martin in 2002, two years after the third book in "A Song Of Ice And Fire" was released, revealed what "The Winds Of Winter" did in "Game Of Thrones" Season 6.

"A Song Of Ice And Fire" fan asked George R.R. Martin this question: "Since all of their mothers died, who gave Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Tyrion Lannister their names?"

"Mothers can name a child before birth, or during, or after, even while they are dying," George R.R. Martin responded to the "ASOIF" fan. "Dany was most like named by her mother, Tyrion by his father, Jon by Ned."

Esquire cites a Reddit post on how very subtly George R.R. Martin manoeuvered "The Winds Of Winter" bombshell for "Game Of Thrones in that "A Song Of Ice And Fire" Q&A. Likely, various other George R.R. Martin secrets were as cleverly delivered while he answered questions about the "Game Of Thrones" series, "A Song Of Ice And Fire" as a saga and "The Winds Of Winter" book launch.

Digging up similar George R.R. Martin secrets could prove as fruitful as digging up clues on "The Winds Of Winter" book launch. Have you any George R.R. Martin, "Game Of Thrones," "The Winds Of Winter" and "ASOIF" clues to share?

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