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‘Game of Thrones’ author George R.R. Martin says outspoken fans won’t influence book ending

'Game of Thrones' fans furious after series finale failed to live up to expectationsVideo

‘Game of Thrones’ fans furious after series finale failed to live up to expectations

After eight seasons of dragons, sword fights, ice zombies and massive battles, ‘Game of Thrones’ fans finally got the answer to the question, ‘Who will end up on the Iron Throne?’nbsp;

Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin won’t let outspoken fans of the acclaimed HBO show dictate how he writes the book ending of his epic fantasy saga.

Martin, 70, is still working on the final two installments of his “A Song of Ice and Fire” series, “The Winds of Winter” and “A Dream of Spring.” He told Entertainment Weekly that he’s sticking to his planned ending regardless of how fans reacted to the show – despite some lingering temptation.


“And there is a temptation to then change it [in the upcoming books] — ‘Oh my god, it’s screwed up, I have to come up with something different,'” Martin told the outlet. “But that’s wrong. Because you’ve been planning for a certain ending and if you suddenly change direction just because somebody figured it out, or because they don’t like it, then it screws up the whole structure.

“I want to write the book I’ve always intended to write all along,” he continued. “And when it comes out they can like it or they can not like it.”

Martin said he won't change how he writes his books based on fan reaction to events in the HBO show.

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