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  1. Do you think something similar happened with TWoW, which is why he was so optimistic back in 2015, or do you have a different take?
  2. If he didn't enjoy writing, he wouldn't have written Fire & Blood. I think he just has a hard time resolving all the different plotlines in the series.
  3. Which is probably for the best. After seeing season 8 of the show, I'd rather have the series remain unfinished than having a subpar ending.
  4. What I find frustrating is that even though we're past the five year gap (most characters are at the point in the story where they would be had the FYG been implemented) GRRM is still struggling to finish the story. It seems he encountered new problems while trying to solve old ones.
  5. ASOS is the longest book in the series and it came out just two years after ACOK.
  6. He probably did worry about her, we just didn't know it because he doesn't have a POV. He was in a very difficult situation, and Sansa is not the most valuable war prisoner.
  7. But his publishers seem to think it's possible, no?
  8. The "Slayer of Lies" section from the HOTU visions, clearly implies that she either is Azor Ahai, or, at the very least, wlll expose that Stannis is not.
  9. Doesn't he often say that the show is the show and the books are the books?
  10. I still have a hard time accepting the ending. I know that if anyone can make it work, it's GRRM, but right now... just no.
  11. I don't think that particular scene meant much to her. Heck, she might not even have recognized Rhaegar, since she has never seen him. I think this scene was more for the readers than her.
  12. What struck me is GRRM saying that he wrote hundreds of pages in 2020. How could he have felt that he was close to finishing in 2018/2019 if he had hundreds of pages left to write? The only thing I can think of is that he did absolutely massive rewrites over the last year.
  13. It has insane ratings on both Goodreads and Amazon, so I'll probably give it a shot. Overall, there is so much epic fantasy out there, and you don't really know what's worth your time.
  14. I don't know if this is the right place to ask, but has anyone read the Raven's Shadow series by Anthony Ryan? Is it worth checking out?
  15. Either way, the fact that he wants to write another D&E story before diving into ADOS is worrying to me. Didn't he say that he regretted going on a big promotional tour after finishing ADWD because he ended up losing all the momentum he had? I know it's not really the same thing, but still, he has been burned twice already.
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