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"Game of Thrones," the fantasy epic imagined more than 20 years ago by author George R.R. Martin, will have its much-anticipated finale on HBO later this year.When the Emmy Award-winning television series about noble families vying for the Iron Throne was launched in 2011, the American author had only written four of the seven books that make up his "Song of Ice and Fire" saga.His fifth novel, "A Dance With Dragons," was published in July 2011, a few weeks after the end of the first season. In Martin's case, Allard said although the author had given "Game of Thrones" screenwriters a rough idea of how he envisioned the ending, it is unclear whether the show will stick to his story line.According to several experts interviewed by AFP, Martin is not bound by the television story line and he may well choose to depart from it.Mesle says it is clear the television series has overtaken the story line and upstaged Martin.
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