The Wise Man's Fear
Publish date: March 6th 2012
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Pages no: 994
Edition language: English
This should have been divided into a few books. It's a book made to be read (by me) on an e-reader, my wrists hated me throughout the reading of this 994 page tome. The framing story of a tale being told over 1 day doesn't work when you realise that the audio version clocks in at 42 hours of readi...
I am SO excited to read this. Omg. AHH.
First things first I have to get my main complaints about this second book out of the way. I really think there could have been a much better way for Kvothe to get a new cloak other than the really jarring and out of context with the rest of the book, encounter with Felurian. The same could be said ...
How can the second book be worse than the first? You're supposed to get better at writing, not worse. Perhaps it was the repetition, the Mary-Sue and the bitter sex.
The Wise Man's Fear was in some aspects better than the first novel and in many ways also worse. If I were to do a brief plot of how I read the book it would be: Slow take off get about 400 pages in over a few days, then end up skipping unnecessary fairy scenes end up going another fifty pages and r...
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