The Winds of Winter is Coming, but when?
A Song of Ice and Fire, one of the classic creations of George R.R. Martin will celebrate The Winds of Winter, the sixth fiction from the collection.
According to Martin, the two volumes of the sequences will be huge and are bound to cover more than 3,000 pages for all we know. Moreover, he has decided to keep silent about any news about the novel’s release date.
2021 is seeing its end now and we are almost there. This brings the hype and thus, makes us indeed ready to welcome The Winds of Winter.
George R.R. Martin is a very popular American author and composer. Game of Thrones, one of HBO’s masterpieces was based on his story, A Song of Ice and Fire.
Moving on to shift the focus to The Winds of Winter and everything we so far know about it.
The Winds of Winter – Release Date
So we have heard, The Winds of Winter sees a target date of release on November 13th, 2023.
In April 2021, George gave fans a real reason for shifting the launch dates of The Winds of Winter. He posted on his weblog about how it’s going to take him more time than usual to end the e-book that he has been working on all this while.
In 2019, he also went offboard by giving consent to his followers to lock him in White Island if he isn’t able to finish The Winds of Winter by July 2020.
Thank God the followers didn’t follow.
Okay, so we will put out the details on what we know so far.
Here are the calculative names of the cast members of The Winds of Winter.
- Aeron Greyjoy
- Sansa Stark
- Tyrion Lannister
- Arianne Martell
- Arya Stark
- Theon Greyjoy
- Victarion Greyjoy
Obviously, we are curious to find out what the plot of The Winds of Winter holds for fans.
The Winds of Winter focuses on the north. A Dance with Dragons, the preceding story gave an insight, a lot less than we expected.
According to Martin, the storylines for The Winds of Winter should be met early than fans can expect.
Martin says, “I’m going to open with the two massive battles that I used to be constructing up to, the warfare in the ice and the struggle at Meereen — the war of Slaver’s Bay And then get it from there.”
In 2016, Martin also dropped hints about the dark nature of The Winds of Winter, “I’ve been showing you for 20 years that wintry weather is coming
Displaying the time when matters die and bloodless and ice and night fill the realm, so this is no longer going to be the glad feel-good that humans might also be wishing for.
Some of the casts are in very darkish places. Things get more serious earlier than they get better, so matters are becoming more severe for a lot of people.”
This opens us to deductions. That’s all we so far have about The Winds of Winter, hope you enjoyed it.