Game of Thrones Author Started Worrying After Season 5

Game of Thrones Author Started Worrying After Season 5
While HBO’s Game of Thrones television franchise has fastened its focus toward upcoming prequel series House of the Dragon, the temptation to relitigate controversies of its past remains prevalent. It’s understandable, seeing as one of the most popular television shows in the world purposefully wrapped with a shortened final season that left a significant portion of the audience unsatisfied and exasperated. While author George R.R. Martin remained mum about the way the finale imagined the climax to his still-unfinished source material novels, it seems that his silence is finally starting to break.

Of course, Martin is now defined—at meme levels—by the most prominent case of interminable writer’s block in modern literary history. It’s a phenomenon that resulted in Game of Thrones essentially surpassing the storyline of his A Song of Ice and Fire novels by 2016’s Season 6, requiring showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss
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