I did not want to stop listening. It was like an addiction!! The characters and the plot are amazing.
Kvothe ot course. He is in love, but can be brutal when it is called for.
This novel and presentation are a masterpiece. Equal to the best of modern fantasy. Epic in an artfully intimate way. An instant classic, in my book.
This was my first read of Patrick's book the name of the wind. What an awesome treat and a story unique and unparalleled you know genre fraught with copycats.
Husband, father of 2, and a software developer moving slowly and unsteadily into management. I love reading, especially fiction & history
I really enjoyed this book. The story is fantastic and the narrator did an excellent job bringing the characters to life. The ending is somewhat abrupt, you really need to think about getting the next one too...
It scratched that fantasy itch I was craving.
The section about his adventures on the road are the best.
Kvothe. In regards to his performance. As a character he is too perfect.. He is unquestionably the best at everything, literally. He comes across like a little boy's writing himself into a story.
No. I needed breaks.
Guilty pleasure. This series seems to be rather well reviewed, also I did enjoy this book. I also intend to read the rest of Mr. Rothfuss' series as it is written... but I wouldn't recommend this to my friends. A little campy and cheesy, the above mentioned character problems and a story that only feels set up after two full novels.. But god dammit I liked it.
I had already read the book, but, itching for a good audiobook and impatient for part 3 of the series, I decided to download the audio version and re-"read" it. Nick Podehl did a good job although his voice lacks a bit of the seriousness I would have preferred at parts. None the less a definite 5 stars overall.
I thoroughly enjoyed the narration of this book. The cadence and the enunciation make for a terrific time.
The story itself was amazing reminded me of the Tolkien and Lewis. Was amazing to read and to listen to. Owning it on both formats is a plus.
I have not listened to any of Nick Podehl's other performances, but having enjoyed this one so much I would definitely look forward to any of his other work
The moment Kvothe gets admitted to the University. The whole scene was well written and narrated, leaving me feel like I was in the room with him.
A good book isn't hard to find, this is one of the greats