"Game of Thrones" came to an end in May, but it still has to be said. This week, in an interview with The Guardian, George R. R. Martin, author of the saga that inspired the HBO series, confessed that the television production was "not very good" for him, noting that the ending was "liberating."
"I'm on my own now (…) I have good days and bad days, but the stress is much less, although it still exists… And I'm sure that when I finish 'A Dream of Spring', you'll have to tie to Earth, "the author told the British newspaper, adding that the end of the series will have no bearing on his book:" No, it changes nothing at all. You can't please everyone, so you have to please yourself ".
"There were years when, if I had finished the books, I could have been in charge of the series for several years, and the stress was enormous… That should have accelerated me, but actually slowed me down. me every day to write and even though I had a good day, I will feel terrible because I will think, 'My God, I have to finish the book … I only wrote four pages and should have written 40,' he added.