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George R.R. Martin Gets Offer From New Zealand Air To Finish Book

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George R.R. Martin Gets Offer From New Zealand Air To Finish Book

George R.R. Martin Gets Offer From New Zealand Air To Finish Book

Many fans love George R.R.

Martin for writing the book that led to the creation of “Game of Thrones.” Yet they are frustrated with how slow the final two books of “Song of Ice and Fire” are taking.

According to UPROXX, New Zealand Air recently offered to fly him to a peaceful location to finish the books.

Yet Martin graciously denied the offer saying he would get distracted in their country.

Instead he said they should extend the offer to other, “more cash-strapped authors.”

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