A Song of Ice and Fire, one of George RR Martin’s classics, will celebrate The Winds of Winter, the sixth fictional season from the collection.
2021 is coming to an end and we are about to arrive at the dawn of 2022. The thought brings us hype and gets us really ready for The Winds of Winter.
The release date was originally the middle of 2021. Until now, we remain waiting for a fixed Winds of Winter launch date. We’ll cover everything we understand so far about the release date, updates, and everything we understand so far about the upcoming e-book in the Epic Delusions series.
For those who don’t understand, George Raymond Richard Martin, or more commonly known as George Raymond Martin, is a 73-year-old American creator born on September 20, 1948. Among his fans, he is also known as GRRM.
George RR Martin is an American writer, short story composer, and television director. Having been primarily based on his fictional book A Song of Ice and Fire, he created HBO‘s Game of Thrones series.
Winds of Winter: Release Date
It’s been confirmed that Winds of Winter will release on November 13, 2023.
George changed the original launch date of Winds of Winter again in April 2021. On that day, he posted a post on his blog called the Not Blog site, where he confirmed that he would not be able to end the e-book any time soon.
The reason creators felt powerless was due to the pandemic, in which it was a tough time for everyone. It was difficult for producers to let go of their creativity during such a rough period.
In 2019, he had given his fans the permission to lock him in a cabin on White Island if he couldn’t end The Winds of Winter by means of July 2020 through the WorldCon period. It was a blessing to him that none of his fans did what he asked.
It’s safe to hope that he is in a position where he can improve his overall fictional universes and stories.
Winds of Winter: Cast
Ok, so we’re going to go into detail about what we know so far.
Here are the predicted cast members of The Winds of Winter.
- Aeron Greyjoy
- Victorion Greyjoy
- Sansa Stark
- Tyrion Lannister
- Arianne Martell
- Arya Starki
- Theon Greyjoy
Winds of Winter: Expected Plot
The Winds of Winter will carry scholars further north than the previous books, and more will appear in the book.
The previous chapter, A Dance with Dragons, covered far less than Martin had hoped for, aside from at least one deliberate giant feud sequence set in a motion of a few strings of personas ending in cliffhangers.
Martin plans to understand this storyline “very early” in The Winds of Winter, saying, “I’ll open with the two great battles I used to build, the war on ice and the struggle on Meereen — the war on Slaver’s Bay.
And then from there, he will develop the story. Victarion Greyjoy’s part will start 5 seconds after A Dance with Dragons ends, getting closer to the night of Ironborn’s arrival in Slaver’s Bay.
The Arianne Martell pattern section that Martin launched on his website confirms that he went to Griffin’s Roost to see a younger man ask himself Aegon VI Targaryen.
At the 2016 Book Fair, Martin gave some hints about the dark nature of The Winds of Winter: “I’ve been showing you for 20 years that winter is coming.
Showing the time when things died and didn’t bleed and ice and darkness filled the world, so this was no longer the feeling of pleasure that humans might as well hope for.
Some characters are in very dark places. Things gets more serious faster than they get better, so things gets worse for a lot of people.”