Published On: Fri, Apr 27th, 2018

Game Of Thrones’ Author To Release New Book In November

So popular American author George RR Martin, who is better known for her project as Game of Thrones, has made public, will release a new book in November. However, the news must be hurting for fans of Game of Thrones saga who were highly anticipating for sixth installment for the series.  


Martin took his blog to share, the episode Fire and Blood from Game of Thrones is set several nations although in the similar fantasy world of Westeros.

While also added emphasizing it is not a novel, but complete glimpse of a historical vision and embarks the history of Westeros’ Targaryen dynasty.

He is one of the finest authors in the world who has published a number of passages from his upcoming book. On other side, Publisher Bantam Spectra has not responded over a plea for comment about the upcoming release by Martin, nonetheless he has made available for presale online of his upcoming book.

After releasing the sixth Game of Thrones book, titled ‘The Winds of Winter,’ Martin made public that there will be no winter coming more, in 2018, almost.

Martin has the 69-year-old experienced novel writer had been published five volumes of the Game of Thrones series from 1996 and 2011 while letting six years pass between the fourth and fifth version of that world’s one of the most-liked books in the world.

However, as of the sixth season of the amazingly admired television show based on the series, the authors have not openly made depend on books by Martin. Even the producer of HBO has taken so many freedoms with the unique story in earlier seasons.

People turned fans of Game of Thrones series after it turned out to be television franchise, now would be really tough job for them to not get further seasons of it. while the production house is about to launch  its eighth and final season may be in 2019, has already handed a record 38 Emmy Awards.

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