more questions than answers, perhaps the best is yet to come. can't wait to find out
Wise Man's Fear continues Kvothe's epic tale wonderfully. Adding exploits that have turned our character into a legend. But also into the shell of his former self. It precludes a dark fall to come in book three and hints at many reasons and path's for such a fall to take. This book was once again a must read.
Words of Radiance
Again I have to pick Bast as I know he has a hidden agenda and I can't figure out what it is. He is wonderfully written and i am stuck between whether he is evil, good or something else entirely.
I laughed often, rarely cried but clenched my fist in frustration numerous times thinking I could do a better job of winning women than Kvothe.
Again a must have and just all around best fantasy series I have read in recent years.
Oh I would totally!! It's a great book on multiple levels, the entire series is steeped in real world pragmatism, and it really a book for adults. It doesn't try to romantisize reality, it deals with it as it is, and literature needs more of that. Good does not always prevail; but that doesn't stop you from rooting for the good guys.
Kvothe, duh. He's the main character, Bast is also pretty damn funny.
Good job conveying the tone, and emotions of the characters.
"As Above, Below!!"
Rothfuss needs to get his butt in gear and get book three out!
Excellent story with a perfect performance providing memorable images and rich relationships.
I have listened to this performance at least three times because the flavor is so strong in areas I enjoy savoring the relationships
Storytelling done right...again.
Emotion. You really get to know these characters and you experience more about them by how Nick Podehl portrays them.
If you got through day 1 of the series and enjoyed it, you will not be disappointed with day 2.