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George R.R. Martin's Editor Suggests 8 Books Are Possible

Posted at 8:01AM Tuesday 03 Jun 2014

Anne Groell, an executive editor at Penguin Random House, recently answered questions from fans at Suvudu.com, where she admitted that Martin may exceed the promised seven books of his wildly popular fantasy series.

Though Groell had always championed the idea of "Seven books for Seven Kingdoms," she hints that the matter may not be quite so clear-cut.

Hypable.com

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