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‘The Winds of Winter’ Release Date, Plot: Other authors to help George R.R. Martin? Benjen Stark will not reappear in the next book

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May 12
7:39 AM 2015

Winds of Winter might be far from our sight, but that doesn't mean we stopped looking for news and developments about one of 'A Song of Ice and Fire' installments. We know how badly you need it. We share the same sentiments as well. In this post, we are bringing you the latest updates and rumors about George R.R. Martin's book. Are you ready for this?

We all know that George R. R. Martin isn't a fast writer. In fact, he admitted that he is really slow. In one of MTV's article, they tried to imagine if Winds of Winter is going to be written by different authors. It's both hilarious and funny at the same time. Check it out for yourself. Can you imagine J.K. Rowling writing about it? How about John Green? What would be the outcome of the whole story?

If we are going to base our assumption on the recent news all over the internet, it is safe to say that Winds of Winter will be out after a year. I'm sure the fans can handle it. After all, George R.R. Martin never disappoints his readers. He may be slow, but his words and plot can make up for it.

Meanwhile, one of the most popular theories about the upcoming book was personally dismissed by George R.R. Martin. This theory is about Coldhands which could be Benjen Stark. Millions have believed this, but then again, if the author says no, then it is a big NO!

While everyone is excited for the Winds of Winter, you can enjoy some of the author's works in his website. He was able to share excerpts which readers can freely enjoy. A Song of Ice and Fire's next book might be out months away from now, but that doesn't mean we can't fulfill our cravings for this awesome story. 

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