George R.R. Martin doesn't know why you care so much about spoilers
It was a few minutes before the US premiere of Game of Thrones’ fifth season, and George R. R. Martin didn’t know what to expect. “A year ago I saw a rough outline for it, but that’s the extent of my knowledge,” he said as he made his way down the red carpet.
When it comes to the creative relationship between himself and the series’ showrunners, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, “They do the show. I write the books,” Martin says. But as Game of Thrones enters its fifth season, the differences between the show and the books have never been more apparent. While previous seasons have followed a single book (or half a book, as was the case with seasons three and four), season five draws from two of them simultaneously: A Feast for Crows and A…
Source:: The Verge