George R. R. Martin’s latest Game of Thrones book and HBO ending bombshell changes everything.


George RR Martin’s latest Game of Thrones book and HBO ending bombshell changes everything.

GAME OF THRONES AUTHOR George RR Martin had major reservations about the HBO show’s final three seasons, according to his agent, who has a major surprise in store for anyone who thinks they know how the saga will conclude.

It’s widely assumed that Weiss and Benioff were aware of the major plot points that would conclude A Song of Ice and Fire.

Even many fans who were dissatisfied with the HBO adaptation’s final seasons believed that, while the path to the final revelations was largely improvised (and for many, unsatisfactory), the end result was the same as the books.

Martin’s long-term agent, who has been with him since before the first book in the saga was even published, has just released a new book that contains some major revelations.

Everyone knows that the author’s initial involvement in the adaptation of his works for the screen dwindled dramatically over time.

The producers were confronted with the unexpected problem of the saga’s final unpublished books taking far longer than anticipated.

As a result, they started making up their own plot lines, which infamously did not satisfy many ardent fans of the books or the TV show.

Martin has remained largely philosophical on the subject thus far, while emphasizing that when Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring arrive on his shelves, things will be drastically different.

His agent has revealed two extraordinary new facts about the situation that could completely alter our understanding of the situation.

Martin’s entertainment agent, Paul Haas, has been with him since 1992.

In 1996, the first book in the Game of Thrones series was released.

Haas speaks candidly about Martin’s growing concerns about the HBO show based on his books in James Andrew Miller’s Tinderbox: HBO’s Ruthless Pursuit of New Frontiers.

“George loves Dan (Weiss) and Dave (Benioff), but after season five, he started to be concerned about the direction they were taking because George knows where the story goes,” Haas said.

‘You’re not following my template,’ he started.

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This appears to confirm that Martin raised his concerns with the producers, but they chose not to address them.

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