intelligent, humble, grand
the unassuming nature of the intro and believably intensifying progression
i think it would have to be when kvothe demonstrates sympathy for class, from memory about 12 hours in
it did actually make me cry twice, which is the first book ive ever read or listened to to do so, and there a couple of chuckles in it as well, nothing to truly laugh you dry, but i don't think thats what they were aiming for anyway
the narration is some of the best iv'e ever heard, with the narrator really getting into the characters and shamelessly going along with the book. Be warned though as when a character shouts, he shouts, so just be wary if your keen on super loud listening, your ears will bleed. !!!!!SPOILERish!!!!! I also really like how you know straight up that the protagonist is telling his story, so patrick rothfuss never tries any cheap tricks that kvothe's life might actually be in danger which would insult your intelligence, but even with this moderate handicap he still makes you feel a great deal of suspence when it suits him
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