Tag Archives: Patrick Rothfuss

The Slow Regard of Silent Things (The Kingkiller Chronicle #2.5)

Auri! I am so glad Patrick gave her a moment in the moonlight. During the other books, I would tell my wife how much I enjoyed this girl/woman who would take the inanimate and give them something more. Not quite a life, but a place in the world. It delighted me to read this novelette. […]

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The Wise Man’s Fear (The Kingkiller Chronicle #2)

Twice as deep as the first book it was absorbed faster than parched ground after a rainstorm. Beautifully articulated as we continue the education, remediation, trials, and tribulations of young Kvothe. The few sticking points I had were time and age-related. In this book Kvothe goes on a journey, there are 3 or so books […]

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The Name of the Wind (The Kingkiller Chronicle, #1)

It’s been a long time since I’ve read a book like this. When I was in high school I read quite a bit of David Eddings work. While I can’t compare works, there was a feeling–something of magic, of growth, exploration, education. A mystery to be solved and great works to be had. This took […]

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