This was a great book. Patrick Rothfuss has obviously drawn from the reservoir of fantasy literature to create the new and exciting tale of Kvothe. The story was only a little slow to start and really picked up. By the first hour I was totally hooked and struggled to put it down.
The performance of Rupert Degas is outstanding. It really sets this audiobook apart. He convincingly portrays other characters' thoughts using a distinctive range of voices.
I'm very much looking forward to continuing the series.
Great, enthusiastic performance of a great story. Larry Correia really knows his guns and got me very interested in them.
I loved the characters, they all had substance and weren't just cardboard cut outs.
The story puts a new spin on old tropes and makes good use of the monsters. After all who hasn't thought that their relatives or bosses aren't sometimes a bit to vicious to be human?
Highly recommended to anyone who likes action/adventure/monster killing.
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