The "ASOIAF" readers have been waiting for "The Winds of Winter" for five years and counting already. However, there are still no concrete reports as to when "TWOW" will arrive. Recent reports suggest that "The Winds of Winter" is canceled due to George RR Martin's health.
For those following the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series, the story is worth the wait. However, it seems that since the series joined HBO's shows, George RR Martin's prfeogress on "The Winds of Winter" gets more dragging.
Many fear that George RR Martin will pass away without finishing "The Winds of Winter." This scenario happened before with Robert Jordan's "The Wheel of Time." As a result, a co-author finished the script, the Atlantic reported.
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George RR Martin already said that the Westeros is his own world. He doesn't want anyone to write with him for "The Winds of Winter" and the rest of the books. This suggests that "ASOIAF" readers have to rely on GRRM's phase for "TWOW" and "A Dream of Spring."
Meanwhile, there are rumors suggesting that "The Winds of Winter" is canceled due to George RR Martin's health. This triggered the "A Song of Ice and Fire" community to be concerned as to what the fate of "TWOW" and the next book will be.
However, "TWOW" fans should still take this report with a grain of salt because there are no confirmed reports concerning George RR Martin's ailing health. Also, George RR Martin's editor already said that the scribe is working on "The Winds of Winter."
New reports suggest that "The Winds of Winter" might be out in 2018. The initial target date is before "Game of Thrones" Season 7. However, to avoid having to go through another disappointment, we suggest that you wait for George RR Martin's announcement for "The Winds of Winter." The "TWOW" scribe will not be dropping clues or hints but will announce the book's release date directly.
Are you hopeful to see "The Winds of Winter" in 2018? Will it arrive before "Game of Thrones" Season 7? What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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