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Books of "A Song of Ice and Fire"

Name all 7 books from the series "A Song of Ice and Fire", by George R.R. Martin.
Includes books not yet published
Quiz by Maibaum
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Last updated: November 19, 2019
First submittedMarch 4, 2014
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Published
Book
1996
A Game of Thrones
1999
A Clash of Kings
2000
A Storm of Swords
2005
A Feast for Crows
2011
A Dance with Dragons
Probably never
The Winds of Winter
Definitely never
A Dream of Spring
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level 59
Feb 6, 2016
"Published: Probably never" Lolwut?
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level 63
Feb 6, 2016
George R R Martin has said he's in no hurry to complete the books and there has been more time between each subsequent novel.
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level 64
Feb 7, 2016
I literally laughed out loud when I read that. It is true though. I mean, come on. That guy does not look like he is watching his diet and making sure he lives long enough to continue his less than brisk writing pace.
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level 40
Feb 22, 2020
Four years later and nothing has changed
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level 51
Feb 8, 2016
I feel our quizmaster is slightly upset with the book's delay heh. (rightfully so)
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level 43
Feb 8, 2016
If he wants to make sure that each book is a quality effort then we should let him. I for one would rather read a book written to the best of his abilities rather than a series of books churned out with little or no thought put into them.
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level 83
Jul 6, 2016
It's not the reason he is gonna pull a Robert Jordan on us. It's that he's gotten greedy with the tv series and rather works on that than on writing books. Probably pays better. To me it feels like he's forsaken his original fandom, which is not very honorable.
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level 67
Oct 16, 2018
I too would rather GRRM take his time to write a quality book than rush to meet an arbitrary deadline and have the book suffer as a result. Here's the problem though: I've seen no indication that he's even trying to write the book at all anymore. He's taken on numerous other projects instead, from editing more short story collections to overseeing more Wild Cards books, to working on graphic novels and a book detailing the earlier history of Westeros. If he's actually seriously working on The Winds of Winter, then by all means, he should take as much time as he needs. But I don't think he's doing that. I think he's procrastinating and doing anything he can think of to avoid actually working on the book, and that's not cool.
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level 44
Mar 20, 2017
"Probably 2016" should probably be changed to 2018 or Never
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level 67
Oct 16, 2018
Yeah, change it to "probably never," and then change A Dream of Spring to "definitely never."
+7
level ∞
Nov 19, 2019
Done. This seems like a more likely scenario.
+6
level 70
Jun 11, 2017
"Maybe 2016" My sweet, summer child...
+6
level 65
May 10, 2018
You should change 2016 to hopefully this decade.
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level 67
Oct 16, 2018
Even that seems overly optimistic. How about "Hopefully someday?"
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level 47
Nov 19, 2019
"Maybe 2016" became "Maybe 2020" I guess...
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level 49
Jan 13, 2020
I've read all of these books.. and somehow had no memory of their titles! Seems weird.
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level 66
Jan 13, 2020
"Probably never", very nice. That's why I stick with The Wheel of Time
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level 73
Jan 14, 2020
Brandon Sanderson fan, are you?
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level 43
Jan 13, 2020
Anyone notice that this quiz's picture is the flag of Somerset (a county in England)?