Diehard Game of Thrones fans think George R. R. Martin’s final books will end differently to the show. Yes, the show actually ended.

“The only thing that tonnes of fun is releasing is being released from the hospital for a heart attack,” said non-deluded Martin watcher, Havsa Nohope (32).

With the Game of Thrones television show having reached its conclusion, diehard fans of George R. R. Martin’s work are holding out in hope that the books end differently to the show. Luckily for them they will, because old tubby ain’t gunna finish them.

The evidence is right before our eyes. Season sevens release was delayed so he could get book six out. Did he? Nope. In 2018 the show wasn’t on, giving him a full year to get the book out and nothing. Now with the show ended, he could have easily announced the release of the next book to appease butt hurt fans who didn’t like the ending yet not a word.

“Sure, the books will be different from the TV show – it will be different in that one exists and the others won’t. The only thing that tonnes of fun is releasing is being released from the hospital for a heart attack,” said non-deluded Martin watcher, Havsa Nohope (32).

Considering Martin is earning dump truck loads of money writing for TV, why would he bother finishing the books? While delusional diehards still think more books are coming, most are slowly coming around to the same realisation Havsa made – more Song of Ice and Fire books just aren’t happening.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. Has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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