George RR Martin: ‘People know an ending to Game of Thrones – but not the ending’ – The Independent

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George RR Martin has spoken out once again about his intentions for the final two books – The Winds of Winter, and A Dream of Spring – in his Song of Ice and Fire series. The author, who has addressed the backlash to the final season of the hit HBO series on a number of occasions, says that the TV ending is definitely not the full story. “People know an ending—but not the ending, ” he told German newspaper Welt, according to Esquire. “The makers of the TV show had overtaken me, which I didn't expect.”He apparently commented that season eight was “not completely faithful” to his vision for the show, although some of the show’s stars had previously suggested otherwise.  1/73 73. Season seven, episode five: Eastwatch There has to be a loser. ‘Eastwatch’ throws away one of the most important pieces of information in the whole show, Jon’s true parentage, as well as lots of good reunions. It’s the clearest example of how rushed the show has become in recent years, as its unpredictability gives way to conventional plot. HBO 2/73 72. Season four, episode three: Breaker of Chains Jaime appears to rape Cersei next to Joffrey’s corpse. .

The scene is confused, unpleasant and different from the books in confusing and unhelpful ways. HBO 3/73 71. Season five, episode six: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken The Sand Snakes are just unbearably naff and this is one of their worst. HBO 4/73 70. Season four, episode four: Oathkeeper At Craster’s Keep, much rape and murder of children. Unpleasant. HBO 5/73 69. Season one, episode two: The Kingsroad The opposite of the rushed plot of the later seasons, this is basically a leisurely chat up the M1. HBO 6/73 68. .

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