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By June 2010, Martin had finished four chapters for ''The Winds of Winter'', from the viewpoints of [[Sansa Stark]], [[Arya Stark]], and [[Arianne Martell]].<ref name=dancingincircles>{{cite web |url=http://grrm.livejournal.com/159060.html |title=Dancing in Circles |work=Not a Blog |date=June 27, 2010}}</ref> In July 2010, he added that an [[Aeron Greyjoy]] chapter had been moved from ''A Dance with Dragons'' to '' The Winds of Winter'', and reported that now over 100 pages had been written for the book.<ref name=dancing>{{cite web |url=http://grrm.livejournal.com/169899.html |title=Dancing |date=July 31, 2010 |work=Not a Blog}}</ref>
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By June 2010, Martin had finished four chapters for ''The Winds of Winter'', from the viewpoints of [[Sansa Stark]], [[Arya Stark]], and [[Arianne Martell]].<ref name=dancingincircles/> In July 2010, he added that an [[Aeron Greyjoy]] chapter had been moved from ''A Dance with Dragons'' to '' The Winds of Winter'', and reported that now over 100 pages had been written for the book.<ref name=dancing/>
  
Martin has also stated that the character split occurring in ''A Feast for Crows'' and ''A Dance with Dragons'' will end with ''The Winds of Winter''.<ref name="Dance latest info"/> He went on to say that the characters introduced in the latter two books would be the last point-of-view characters added to the series (aside from one-off prologue and epilogue characters).<ref name="Dance latest info">{{cite web |url=http://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/topic/5960-a-dance-with-dragons-the-latest-info-inc-pub-date/ |title=A Dance With Dragons: The Latest Info (inc. pub date!) |work=Asoiaf.westeros.org |accessdate=June 27, 2011}}</ref>
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Martin has also stated that the character split occurring in ''A Feast for Crows'' and ''A Dance with Dragons'' will end with ''The Winds of Winter''.<ref name="Dance latest info"/> He went on to say that the characters introduced in the latter two books would be the last point-of-view characters added to the series (aside from one-off prologue and epilogue characters).<ref name="Dance latest info"/>
  
 
As a Christmas gift, Martin released an unpublished sample chapter from the book, that will take place at the beginning of the book, but takes place before some of the events at the end of ''A Dance with Dragons''.
 
As a Christmas gift, Martin released an unpublished sample chapter from the book, that will take place at the beginning of the book, but takes place before some of the events at the end of ''A Dance with Dragons''.
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Revision as of 11:58, 14 March 2012

The Winds of Winter
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Author George R. R. Martin
Country United States
Language English
Series A Song of Ice and Fire
Genre(s) Fantasy
Publisher Bantam Spectra (US) & Voyager Books (UK)
Released Unknown
Pages Unknown
Preceded by A Dance with Dragons
Followed by A Dream of Spring

The Winds of Winter is the forthcoming sixth novel in the award-winning epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin. It takes place after the concurrent fourth and fifth books in the series, A Feast for Crows (2005) and A Dance with Dragons (2011).

Characters

By June 2010, Martin had finished four chapters for The Winds of Winter, from the viewpoints of Sansa Stark, Arya Stark, and Arianne Martell.[1] In July 2010, he added that an Aeron Greyjoy chapter had been moved from A Dance with Dragons to The Winds of Winter, and reported that now over 100 pages had been written for the book.[2]

Martin has also stated that the character split occurring in A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons will end with The Winds of Winter.[3] He went on to say that the characters introduced in the latter two books would be the last point-of-view characters added to the series (aside from one-off prologue and epilogue characters).[3]

As a Christmas gift, Martin released an unpublished sample chapter from the book, that will take place at the beginning of the book, but takes place before some of the events at the end of A Dance with Dragons.

List of confirmed POV Characters:

Publication

As of yet, there is no scheduled release date for "The Winds of Winter".

References

This page uses content from the English Wikipedia. The original content was at The Winds of Winter. The list of authors can be seen in the page history of The Winds of Winter. As with A Wiki of Ice and Fire, the content of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.

External links

  • Official website [1] of author George R. R. Martin