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Lora Hates Spam
Lora Hates Spam rated it 3 months ago
by: Geno Salvatore, Kevin Hearne, Lev Grossman, Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, Daniel Abraham, Shawn Speakman, Jennifer Bosworth, Mark Lawrence, Blake Charlton, Peter V. Brett, R.A. Salvatore, Robert V.S. Redick, Michael J. Sullivan, Eldon Thompson, David Anthony Durham, Peter Orullian, Todd L...
mattries37315 rated it 6 months ago
Some innkeepers are just friendly entrepreneurs, but some had lives before and one is a myth in his own time. The Name of the Wind is the first book in Patrick Rothfuss’ The Kingkiller Chronicles as the mysterious innkeeper Kote recounts the actual events of his life to a chronicler whose come look...
Jackie's Booklikes
Jackie's Booklikes rated it 1 year ago
The Slow Regard of Silent Things is a very charming book. It didn't matter about it not making sense half of the time, because, for me, that is what made it so different and appealing. I mean, the words Patrick Rothfuss has strewn together are way superior to any other normal story we've read countl...
Jackie's Booklikes
Jackie's Booklikes rated it 1 year ago
I came to realize the Prologue and Epilogue are written about the same time of night inside the Waystone Inn. Kvothe had red hair which was of some significance apparently. He obliges to tell his story to the Chronicler, Devan Lochees. Both parts end with the same words ..."It was the patient, cut-f...
Karesens Bücherwelt
Karesens Bücherwelt rated it 2 years ago
Ich muss sagen, ich weiß nicht ganz, was ich zu diesem Buch schreiben soll. Zunächst einmal habe ich die Warnung des Autors geflissentlich ignoriert, dieses Buch lieber nicht zu lesen. Ich habe auch noch keines der anderen Werke von Patrick Rothfuss gelesen und bin ohne eine Ahnung über die Welt, in...
Dreamer and Daydreamer
Dreamer and Daydreamer rated it 2 years ago
This really wasn’t the best book to read before, during, and after finals. The first couple hundred or so pages of the book were fine, they were engrossing and heart-wrenching. I really got a feel for the world and how Kvothe lived during those days and how it may have helped shaped him. The rest wa...
Books Sabrina Loves
Books Sabrina Loves rated it 3 years ago
Patrick Rothfuss is one of my top fantasy authors. His writing is flawless, his world-building masterful, and his magic system so well done as to almost be believable. The Name of the Wind is an epic fantasy about the extraordinary life journey of Kvothe, child genius turned renowned...hero? villa...
IntheZone rated it 4 years ago
This was even better in audio than when I read this several years ago.
VictoriaNickers rated it 4 years ago
Here's my big dilemma! I am not actually sure how to rate this book. I really love the series. Kvothe is one of my favorite character of all time. He is, and I cannot believe I am going to say this, up there with Harry Potter and Sirius Black. The world in which the novel is set also rivals HP as we...
Autumn Lupin Books
Autumn Lupin Books rated it 4 years ago
I had a craving to read this book again. So I looked on my library's website, and saw they had the audiobook. I had listened to Patrick Rothfuss read a storybook on his livestream one night. And lo and behold, he happened to be the narrator for this audiobook. I'm not particularly sure which event o...
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