We still may not have a release date for The Winds of Winter, the penultimate book in George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire. Nevertheless, a Game of Thrones book expert with insider sources on the upcoming novel has shared some intriguing teases on his Twitter account.
An enthuisatic fan asked asked: “How much information do you know from TWOW ? Not much ?
“Enough to know where the story is going ?
“Knows exactly what page GRRM wrote today ?
Before BryndenBFish replied: “I will come completely clean about the types of stuff I have heard.”
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He listed: “Publication rumblings in the industry
“Three plot beats, POV psuedonym.
“A major character death, a major theory confirmation.”
Another fan then enquired of his favourite character arc in The Winds of Winter.
The ASOIAF expert replied: “Among the major POVs, I think Jon’s is going to be my favourite.
“Given the stakes at the end and how magic affects him when he comes back.
“Among the more minor ones: Arianne and JonCon.”
BryndenBFish also revealed he’s heard there are two publication dates for The Winds of Winter in consideration.
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Ask for an update on when Winds could arrive, he responded: “I’ve heard a few dates tossed around by industry people.
“The most compelling, believable one has it that GRRM currently has [redacted] with an expected publication date of [redacted].
He added: “Yes. I’ve heard two plausible dates.”
But then clarified: “But I’ve heard plausible dates before.”
The ASOIAF expert has previously shared that he believes The Winds of Winter will indeed be published this year.
He tweeted in December: “All teasing aside, I think 2020 will be the year TWOW gets published. I have faith in my sources.”
However, he does not believe that Martin will meet his deadline of before the start of WorldCon in New Zealand this July.
A fan asked: “Do you think he’ll make the soft deadline of Worldcon?” The expert replied: “No lol.”
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