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George R. R. Martin’s last Game of Thrones novel ‘A Dance with Dragons’ came out 12 years ago



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Game of Thrones ended production about two years ago, while the most recent book in the series has been out for over a decade. Fans have been anticipating the release of Winds of Winter for what seems like an eternity. George R. R. Martin keeps saying that he is working on the novel, and that the book’s progress won’t be halted by the WGA strikes. Despite that, the future of the book remains uncertain.

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A Dance with Dragons was published on July 12, 2011

A Dance with Dragons, the most recent book in the Game of Thrones series, was released on July 12, 2011, almost ten years ago. It featured many surprising and fascinating stories, such as Jon Snow executing Janos Slynt in Castle Black’s courtyard and Daenerys Targaryen riding Drogon for the first time in Daznak’s Pit. Cersei Lannister’s terrible walk of shame, and the Night’s Watch rebelling against Jon Snow, are two examples.

Stephen King worried about George R. R. Martin

Martin’s unwillingness to write at a faster rate, on the other hand, has greatly angered followers. His huge list of supporters has mostly turned into critics, including notable literary heavyweights such as horror icon Stephen King. King once asked Neil Gaiman, who once worked under Martin, if he is going to complete the series and if his health is okay. Whether Martin likes it or not, it has been a long time since he authored a Game of Thrones novel.

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