Now that we officially know that GRRM isn't going to finish TWOW before the tv series airs the content, is anyone actually going to care about the books?
I honestly don't think he has it in him to finish the series.
>Is anyone going to actually care about the books?
Well not me.
After all the main plot events are spoiled by the series, which they will be, I'd imagine there's few people who are going to care when and if GRRM releases the final book 10+ years from now. There's no way to not get them spoiled before he releases the final book unless you stay off the internet for a decade
Why would it actually matter? If you read the books and care that much then just don't watch the show. Just because something happens 'before' doesn't magically ruin the contents of the book.
Go talk this shit to /tv/. Don't come to the literature board to discuss not reading, that's idiotic.
Reading for plot is for plebs, there is a limited number of interactions and if you really read enough you'd get used to all of them quick enough.
Yeah, because people no longer but Harry Potter books, they don't keep printing them a decade after it was finished.
It actually gladdens me to see threads like this. You've literally polluted your mind with this shit to the point where you bother going on the internet & posting about it. Those pleb husks fill up room in your brain & not mine & I'm winning. Thank you anon. I'd tell you to go take a long hard look in a mirror, but I want you to stay right. Where. You. Are.
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>Thank you for ruining the board, plebbitors.
>The epitome of being pendantic or autistic
Sometimes I forget Im in 4chan
>writings in which expression and form, in connection with ideas of permanent and universal interest, are characteristic or essential features
This is not GoT. GoT is solely plot driven with poor prose and no artistic or philosophical themes.