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“It’s only been 12 years since the last one” says George R. R. Martin about The Winds of Winter release



George R. R. Martin

George R. R. Martin’s The Winds of Winter has been in the works for over a decade, and fans have been eagerly anticipating its release ever since. However, the book has faced several delays, and fans are growing increasingly restless. In a recent interview, Martin urges fans to be patient and wait for the book’s release, reminding them that it has only been 12 years since the last book in the series was published.

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Martin was interviewed by Dominic Noble. He is an English YouTuber who reviews books, graphic novels, movies, TV shows, and video games. He is best known for his series Lost in Adaptation, where he compares films to the books that inspired them.

Dominic asks questions about the Doom of Valayria and the R+L=J theory during the interview when Martin jokes about the delay of The Winds of Winter:

“You have to wait for these last two books. Don’t be too impatient; it’s only been 12 years since the last one.

Martin then makes the YouTuber the butt of his joke:

I am working on it when I’m not doing podcasts and interviews.

(Dominic) well, I’m sorry for distracting you there. Today it’s my fault.

During the interview, the main focus is on discussing “Nine Princes in Amber,” a fantasy novel written by Roger Zelazny. George R.R. Martin, who had a personal connection with Zelazny, shares insights and thoughts about the book. “Nine Princes” is the first book in Zelazny’s “Chronicles of Amber” series, which is being adapted for television by “The Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman and fantasy fan Stephen Colbert.

This is the interview where Martin talks about Frank Herbert and Dune.

Despite the many delays, fans are still eagerly anticipating the release of “The Winds of Winter.

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Aryan, a freelance writer with a profound passion for the English language and literature, also happens to be an ardent fan of "A Song of Ice and Fire" and its television adaptation, "Game of Thrones." Fascinated by the intricate world-building, compelling characters, and rich storytelling of these epic sagas, Aryan finds great joy in delving into the depths of their narratives and analyzing the nuances they offer.

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