this was a wonderful book. Great narration.
I just discovered Patrick Rothfuss about a week and a half ago and have already read almost everything by him. I’m an instant fan! I LOVE his writing style. THIS is what I have been missing from other authors and I didn’t even know. It’s inside view of empathetic characters will keep me coming back until the end.
Loved this book. The story was intriguing and kept you wanting more. The narrator had an amazing way of portraying the characters and I would love to hear more from him.
This book started off slow, but once it picked up, an amazing story unfolded.
I’ve read this book four times and listened to the audiobook once . By far my favourite author and series, can’t wait for book 3
This is the lord of the rings of today. If you enjoy a little fantasy you will love this world that Rothfuss built in the name of the wind. This is an amazing page turner that should be listened to more than once.
My favorite book of all time. Amazing narration as well.
ok this is a good book but makeing us wait 7 year for the last book and then calling then prequels is just bs. to wrap it up wait till book 3 comes out(if ever) or it will just piss u off
The story was slow to start but picked up nicely. The only real thing I disliked is how it ended. No real cliff hanger or big thing to ponder, just stops. I know it’s a series but make me want to buy the book now and continue on!!
I had just finished a Song of Ice and Fire (for the hundreth time) and figured I’d try something new. While it is world’s away from ASOIAF, I didn’t like it any less. The narrator chooses some odd accents for different people groups from time to time, but eventually you’ll grow to love it like I did.
Patrick Rothfuss was born in Wisconsin where long winters and lack of cable television brought about a love of reading and writing. His mother read to him as a child, and his father taught him to build things. If you are looking for the roots of his storytelling, look there. He still lives in central Wisconsin, still lacks cable television, teaches at the college he grew to love as a student and the long winters force him to stay inside and write.