If you are someone who genuinely enjoys reading books then you'd have preemptively (instinctively) understood that adapting any epic fantasy novel for the television, or even the big screen format for that matter, is a monumentally difficult task. This problem is only exacerbated in the case of A Song of Ice and Fire because of the reason you highlighted in your last post.
I don't believe you. Furthermore, a TV show like the Game of Thrones is created with the sole purpose to cater to a massive audience. GRRM didn't write those books knowing that an enormous television network like HBO would one day adapt ASoIaF for the television.
By now it should be clear that TV show audiences and bibliophiles aren't in the same league. And that gap is so large that HBO has had to rewrite the storyline to better suit the television format.
Which brings me to your complaints, that are quite frankly confusing because there's no way anyone would've reached your conclusion so late and that too after watching the TV show storyline unravel following season 4. Also, i don't see how anyone can enjoy reading the books after they've watched the GoT TV show.