A slow, graceful dance of words. Thisis book was a pleasure from start to finish. It is a wonderful piece of both world building and character development.
Favorite book by favorite author. amazing reader. must read. love the voices and intonation favorite reader too.
The story is amazing. You must give this a listen. The narration is great as well. You really owe it to yourself to listen to this one. Enjoy!!
There aren't any words to describe how much I loved this book, well, there is but trust they will not do the book justice. Buy it read and enjoy!
I wanted to love this story, and while it was beautifully written and read, I couldn't help but feeling like this was some "coming of age" story mixed with a depressed old man's tale. Neither is particularly fun to sit with for an extended period of time.
Don't misunderstand, the author tells a great story in an entertaining fashion, but I found myself wishing for some more... I don't know... mature material when it came to how situations were handled or where one's mindset was. I feel perhaps if one continued with the series, perhaps this may develop more pleasantly, but I personally am having a hard time taking the leap of faith for fear of more of the same.
A fun listen, good writing style, excellent performance, just for younger adults in my mind.
Yes. To start with, I'd cut out half the words and introduce a plotline.
The last one in the book.
Yes. I will not buy another Rothfuss book.
I tend to like these sorts of quest books. Unfortunately, this one read like the author tried to stitch together parts of several similar books into a sort of Frankenstein's monster of a quest book. For people who like quest books, I recommend Robert Silverberg's Lord Valentine series.