George R.R. Martin Reveals More Deaths Coming

By April Lara | 2 years ago
George R.R. Martin Reveals More Deaths Coming

“Game of Thrones” is prepping up for their upcoming season. While fans are waiting, George R.R. Martin has some spoilers to share for the characters of Westeros, and we’re talking about some deaths. Read on to learn more about this scoop.

According to E! Online, Martin shared some tidbits about his upcoming book entitled “The Winds of Winter.” It is the sixth installment of his epic “A Song of Ice and Fire” series. He said that he does not have any problems chopping some heads off and ending some lives, and he is not only talking about some one-time characters on the show. He might just take someone out AGAIN from the main cast.


“The way my books are structures, everyone was together, then they all went their separate ways and the story deltas out like that. And now it’s getting to the point where the story is beginning to delta back in, and the viewpoint characters are occasionally meeting up with each other now and being in the same point at the same time, which gives me a lot more flexibility for killing people,” said Martin in the E! Online article.

This is somehow expected coming from the author who does not seem to have any problems taking out some people from his main characters.

It was also reported that the 2011 novel entitled “A Dance with Dragons” will be the storyline of  the upcoming season of “Game of Thrones.” Martin, who is currently working on “The Winds of Winter,” is planning to write at least one more book after this. So, it is not yet the end for “A Song of Ice and Fire.”

What do you think of Martin’s revelation? Does that mean we are going to look forward to more deaths? Who do you think is going to die, and who will survive? Let us know by posting your comments below!

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