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The Name of the Wind Told In Kvothe S Own Voice, This Is The Tale Of The Magically Gifted Young Man Who Grows To Be The Most Notorious Wizard His World Has Ever Seen The Intimate Narrative Of His Childhood In A Troupe Of Traveling Players, His Years Spent As A Near Feral Orphan In A Crime Ridden City, His Daringly Brazen Yet Successful Bid To Enter A Legendary School Of Magic, And His Life As A Fugitive After The Murder Of A King Form A Gripping Coming Of Age Story Unrivaled In Recent Literature A High Action Story Written With A Poet S Hand, The Name Of The Wind Is A Masterpiece That Will Transport Readers Into The Body And Mind Of A Wizard.


About the Author: Patrick Rothfuss

It all began when Pat Rothfuss was born to a marvelous set of parents Throughout his formative years they encouraged him to do his best, gave him good advice, and were no doubt appropriately dismayed when he failed to live up to his full potential.In high school Pat was something of a class clown His hobbies included reading a novel or two a day and giving relationship advice to all his friends



10 thoughts on “The Name of the Wind

  1. Ian Ian says:

    I m sorry, Mr Rothfuss For realz, actual sorry Honestly I tried giving your book two stars out of pity, since I so wanted to like it and I d feel bad about giving it one star and dragging down your average rating Though you don t appear to need my pity Your book has the highest average GR rating 4.49 of any of the book I ve read I finally dropped my rating down to one star because it s just a steaming


  2. Petrik Petrik says:

    As an avid adult fantasy reader, out of all the books that I ve been recommended, The Name of the Wind has always been recommended to me the most Google, Goodreads, book reviewing sites, 9gag, even some people who don t read a lot of fantasy books, they have all praised the series highly and now that I ve read it, it s my opinion that the fame is well deserved and there s no doubt that this is truly a f


  3. Shannon (Giraffe Days) Shannon (Giraffe Days) says:

    This is why I love fantasy so much After a recent string of okay fantasy novels, a couple of good ones but nothing to get really excited about, I ve rediscovered my passion thanks to this book I m so impressed, and so in love, I can t begin to describe it But I can try to give you a feel for the book, if I can figure out where to start and how to do justice to this masterpiece.Kvothe pronounced like Quothe is a world r


  4. Mark Lawrence Mark Lawrence says:

    I ll give this 5 with no begrudging I m pretty easy with my 5 , they re not reserved for the best book I ve ever read, just very good books I thought The Name of the Wind was very good I read it in what for me was a very short span of time it had that ish quality that best sellers need.Can I see what makes this the single best selling epic fantasy for a generation apart from George Martin s series No Excepting that perhaps the


  5. Rob Rob says:

    I have no interest in imagining I m someone who is stronger, deadlier, smarter, sexier, etc than myself a famed hero in a milqtoast world little different from modern North America I read fantasy to immerse myself in strange worlds ripe with danger and conflict To uncork primal wonders And there is none of that in Rothfuss book His world is about as strange and dangerous as a mashed potato sandwich His protagonist is comically overblown


  6. Patrick Patrick says:

    I kinda liked this book But my opinion on the matter probably shouldn t be trusted.


  7. Danica Danica says:

    Okay Wow Let s back the hell up here How is this so highly rated Are those genre establishment reviewers who re thrashing about in paroxysms of fawning five star NEXT BIG THING OMG joy wearing blinders or just so used to mediocre fantasy that this book actually comes across looking good in comparison Why do these high fantasy disappointments keep on keeping on Whose brilliant idea was it to throw around the GRRM and Harry Potter comparisons, thereby actu


  8. Virginia Ronan ♥ Herondale ♥ Virginia Ronan ♥ Herondale ♥ says:

    Words are pale shadows of forgotten names As names have power, words have power Words can light fires in the minds of men Words can wring tears from the hardest hearts There are seven words that will make a person love you There are ten words that will break a strong man s will But a word is nothing but a painting of a fire A name is the fire itself Okay, there are books andthen there are BOOKS I guess this said it actually doesn t take a lot to figure t


  9. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    MY BLOG Melissa Martin s Reading List IT WAS NIGHT AGAIN The Waystone Inn lay in silence, and it was a silence of three parts The most obvious part was a hollow, echoing quiet, made by things that were lacking If there had been a wind it would have sighed through the trees, set the inn s sign creaking on its hooks, and brushed the silence down the road like trailing autumn leaves. This is only part of the prologue to THE NAME OF THE WIND that drew me right in, the


  10. Sean Barrs the Bookdragon Sean Barrs the Bookdragon says:

    When I began reading this, I did so with a yawn It initially appeared quite basic and completely uninspiring I almost stopped reading after twenty five pages, shocking I know If I did that it would have been a massive mistake because this is one of the best fantasy novels published in the last twenty years Those first few pages did nothing to encourage me, but as soon as I realised that this is, essentially, a story about a story, I was hooked of Rothfuss magic.This series has suc


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