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Discussion in 'Book House' started by Araxen, Jul 30, 2016.
I don't want Sanderson to finish it, I'd rather he just do his own shit.
Yeah, I read most of the books when I was in high-school and thought they were really cool. Now that the show is out, and I don't have the same time to read door-stopping novels, I will admit that I have more of a desire to see the show's ending.
And I don't think the last book will ever come out. I will just enjoy the show ending.
Game of Thrones' George R.R. Martin Thinks The Winds of Winter Release Date Could Be in 2017 - IGN
"Not done yet, but I've made progress. But not as much as I hoped a year ago, when I thought to be done by now. I think it will be out this year. (But hey, I thought the same thing last year)."
my money is on 2019
It's only been 6 years, don't rush the man.
Yea, he's got a second series coming on TV, since NBCU picked the Wild Cards for adaptation last year...
Definitely going to pirate this shit if it ever does see the light of day just as a giant FUCK YOU!
I had hope but that is no longer the case, fuck you Martin for leaving me with blue balls.
My money is on 'never', cuz he's going to croak first.
I've been waiting for more story about Samwell at the Citadel as well as Jamie and Brienne for over ten years and that mouse fart worth of plot advancement in the last book doesn't count The last time I had to wait anywhere near this long was with The Dark Tower and boy do I not feel rewarded for my patience on that one. Are there any shining examples of a series taking this goddamn long and not ending up shit?
Quick googling says LOTR took 17 years. Gone with the Wind, Catcher in the Rye, and The Brief Wonders Life of Oscar Wao took a decade each. Jurrassic Park took 8 years.