George RR Martin says furore over final show won't change his plans for future novels

Mail Online | 4/17/2011 | John Bennett For Mailonline
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Game of Thrones closed out its eighth and final season to a wave of outrage from loyal fans left disappointed by what was unanimously perceived as shoddy writing.

The feeling of betrayal was so strong that a petition was started demanding a re-shoot of the final season in the hopes of a better ending.

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But the creator of the novels which inspired the show, George RR Martin, has declared that the upset caused by the TV series won't interfere with the endings he has planned for his final two novels.

Speaking to the Observer, Martin, now 70, has revealed that he felt relieved once the show was over.

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He said: 'I don’t think the TV series was very good for me.'

'The very thing that should have speeded me up actually slowed me down. Every day I sat down to write and...
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