Winds of Winter release date news update: George R.R. Martin releases excerpt, features Arianne Martell

The HBO television adaptation "Game of Thrones," of the popular fantasy series, "George R.R. Martin's novels know that HBO's "Game of Thrones" has taken a few liberties in recreating the characters and the tale of the seven kingdoms, wielding stories in the TV series that might be wildly different than those in the books.

(HBO)George R.R. Martin, author of "A Song of Ice and Fire," is seen in this screen capture from an interview on the "Game of Thrones" by HBO.
One of the major differences include the entire arc of Dorne. The book fans were largely underwhelmed by HBO's presentation of Dorne and the Sand Snakes back in season 5. Now, Martin is setting off to amend HBO's representation of Dorne in an excerpt from his highly anticipated novel installation in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series, "The Winds of Winter."

Fans have long been waiting for Martin to give his readers an update on "The Winds of Winter," the sixth novel in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" fantasy series. Though Martin had wanted to finish the book before the premiere of season 6 of HBO's TV adaptation of his fantasy novels, the author had not been able to do so. Now, Martin gives fans a taste of the novel in a sample which he posted in his blog, "Not A Blog."

The chapter comes from one of the strongest female characters in the book series, Arianne Martell, a character who never made it into HBO's TV series. The chapter reminds readers about the plot between the Dornish royalties and Lord Connington. In the chapter, Martin introduces a brand new ecosystem of non-tropical rainforests between Dorne and Storm's landing, as well as architecture made by Children of the Forest.

Though fans would be grateful to find Martin's excerpt, the sneak peek does not mean that the author has finished "The Winds of Winter" yet. Others George R.R. Martin books online available at some online bookstores.
A Song of Ice and Fire," hasn't been entirely true to its source material. Readers of

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