How will George R.R. Martin's final books end? - 60 Minutes

Lawrence Kim
April 16, 2019

With first episode of Game of thrones final season releasing on Monday bosses across Australia have been warned of mass staff sick leaves, Daily mail reported.

The line about the secondary characters having different endings aligns with what Martin has said in the past, and it makes sense - the show has already made some key changes to the narrative by shifting characters around and putting them in different scenarios than they were in the books, so those endings are obviously going to play out differently in the more dense world of Martin's prose. "I'd like to watch it alone but I don't think she'd put up with that, to be honest with you".

Martin described his mentality at the time to Anderson Cooper. But while the last two books aren't available to read, Martin had a clear vision for the Game of Thrones ending, delivering the major beats to Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. The author also added that the show is 97 percent faithful to his source material.

"I was completely confident that I would have the entire series finished".

Based on the popular book series "A Song of Ice and Fire", by George R.R. Martin, the Emmy-winning fantasy series chronicles an epic struggle for power in a vast and violent kingdom. There will be a debate, I'm sure. And there will be a lot of people who say, "No. Dan and Dave got it wrong".

Meanwhile, earlier in the day yesterday, reports about how Kit Harrington got emotional post the filming of the last day of shoot have been doing the rounds and we are now wondering what will all the GOT fans do on watching the season finale! The fans have been elated post the first episode and while fan reactions have been all over the internet, memes are all over too, which of course, fans can't get over what they saw yesterday. "You know, the worst thing for any work of art, be it a movie or a book, is to be ignored".

Nevertheless, Martin says the Game of Thrones ending won't be that different to A Dream of Spring, except for secondary characters.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

Discuss This Article