Every fan of the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series has been looking forward to the release of the sixth book, "The Winds of Winter." Some claim that despite waiting for it for five years and counting, the book is still on time, considering George RR Martin slow phase of writing.
However, according to some reports, the "The Winds of Winter" publisher has already confirmed that there will be delays in releasing in the book. But don't worry because the delay won't take another five years.
According to Asiastarz, George RR Martin's publisher confirms that "The Winds of Winter" will have a few days delay. The report did not exactly give an official release date but pointed out that Martin is still writing.
The delay of "The Winds of Winter" is not a big surprise to many fans. What was surprising is learning that the book is still on track. "ASOIAF" fans have been waiting for the anticipated book for five years and counting and they felt that it was like forever.
Meanwhile, there are also rumors that Daenerys will go mad in "The Winds of Winter." Per the report, "The Winds of Winter" will touch the subject of insanity, which was also covered in "A Storm of Swords." The mother of dragons will reportedly lose her right mind due to pressure.
All the signs are pointing to Daenerys being the next heir to the Iron Thrones. However, the responsibility would be too tough and heavy for the new leader that she will eventually burn down an entire city when she arrives in Westeros.
Daenerys is the only daughter and the youngest child of King Aerys II Targaryen, who was dubbed as the "Mad King." So, there are high chances that Daenerys will be a "Mad Queen" when she ruled the Iron Throne in "The Winds of Winter."
"The Winds of Winter" is expected to be out in early 2017 or before "Game of Thrones" Season 7 premieres. Do you believe that Daenerys will be a mad queen in the upcoming book? Do you want her this way? Why or why not? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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