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.: Yep, he's still working on it. (7. Jan 2004)

Happy New Year, and welcome to the Year 2004? Big question on most of our minds is, will we see a Feast For Crows by George R. R. Martin? Well, here is the latest news from the George R. R. Martin's site.

.: He's still working on it. Who? George R. R. Martin. (26. Oct 2003)

Well, many fans of Fantasy are still waiting on word on the 4th book in George Martin's "Song of Fire and Ice." Well, finally, he posted a update. Unfortunately, it's not done yet.

.: Feast for Crows - "It's not done yet." (20. Dec 2002)

Quoted directly from the George R. R. Martin Website.

"I wish I could say it was. Nothing would please me more. It would please my editors as well, and it would please my readers most of all. But the plain truth is, I am still writing A FEAST FOR CROWS, the fourth volume in A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE.


.: Hedge Knight by Martin to become a Comic! (15. Aug 2002)

George Martin's "Hedge Knight" short story which appeared in the Legend Anthologies is becoming a comic. Roaring Studio's is signed to do the 5-Part mini series, with Mike S. Miller doing art, Ben Avery for the script, and Liquid doing the coloring. For those who haven't read the Legend's short story, The Hedge Knight takes place about 90 years before the events in Game of Thrones.

.: George R.R. Martin's A Storm of Swords (8. Nov 2000)

The third volume of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series was finally released in the US on October 31. Comments from people that have read the much earlier UK release of the book seem to be very positive.

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