George R.R. Martin, author of the "Song of Ice and Fire" fantasy series
George R.R. Martin, author of the "Song of Ice and Fire" fantasy series that is the basis of the television series "Game of Thrones", gestures during his masterclass at the Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF) in Neuchatel July 10, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse Reuters/Denis Balibouse

“Winds of Winter” may finally give the fans what they have been waiting for, after a long time – revenge for the Red Wedding. “Game of Thrones” Season 6 revealed what the Stark vengeance may look like in the upcoming book.

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Executive Producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss may have diverged to a large extent from the source material, but the show is still heavily based on their conversations with George R.R. Martin, who has already revealed the ending of the books to them. The show has teased a big Stark reunion and the much anticipated vengeance.

Although it was the Lannisters who backed the plan to murder Robb Stark at the Red Wedding, it may be the betrayal of the Boltons and the Freys that will be answered first. The Bolton army in the north was routed by the combined forces of Jon Snow and Sansa’s Knights of the Vale in the TV series.

If Jon Snow is resurrected in “Winds of Winter” he would naturally command the forces of the Night’s Watch as well as the Free Folk, who owe him their lives. And Sansa is at the Vale, so she is well placed to march the army north to aid her brother.

While Sansa and Jon take care of the Boltons in the north, Lady Stoneheart is already busy seeking vengeance on the Freys. She may soon by joined by her daughter Arya, if the book follows the same plot line as the TV series.

Two Stark brothers remain in the book series. While Davos is searching for Rickon, Bran may be seen training his skills in “Winds of Winter.” The last party responsible for the Red Wedding is House Lannister. It may be appropriate for Bran to get his vengeance on the Lannisters, as it was Jaime’s act of pushing the young Stark boy that set all the major events in motion in the first place.