"The Winds of Winter" remains one of the anticipated books for years. After a long wait, George RR Martin has finally released another teaser about the release date of the sixth "ASOIAF" book. Learn the details below.
The " A Song of Ice and Fire" readers have been bugging GRRM for the release date of "The Winds of Winter." The celebrity author teased earlier that he is still months away from completing the book but guarantees that it will be out before Donald Trump leaves the office, Blasting News reported.
The New Mexican author took the time to respond to one fan mentioning about the release date of "The Winds of Winter." GRRM reminded the "ASOIAF" reader that the thread is about "Wild Card" but hinted that "it is not going to take that long."
Meanwhile, another "The Winds of Winter" follower took George RR Martin's response as a hint that the next "A Song of Ice and Fire" book will be out before Donald Trump leaves the office. However, based on Martin's response, it could be coming sooner than expected.
On a side note, Paste Magazine reported about the alleged release date of "The Winds of Winter" as posted in Amazon France. "TWOW" fans were overjoyed upon knowing that the overdue "ASOIAF" book will be out on March 9, 2017. Unfortunately, their joy was short-lived because Random House, the publisher denied it. The controversial post was then taken down.
For those who are still waiting for "The Winds of Winter," GRRM teased earlier that the book will have a major twist that fans can't enjoy in its TV adaptation "Game of Thrones" because it involved a dead character. By now, you can start to tickle your imagination as to whose character the "ASOIAF" author is talking about.
The recent rumors suggest that "The Winds of Winter" will be released this December. However, readers should take this report with a grain of salt to avoid disappointment.
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