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Patrick Rothfuss

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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 of his female friends despite the fact that he had never so much as kissed a girl. He also role-played and wrote terrible stories about elves. He was pretty much a geek.

Most of Pat's adult life has been spent in the University Wisconsin Stevens Point. In 1991 he started college in order to pursue a career in chemical engineering, then he considered clinical ps
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Okay. So. We’ve got some news that’s been delayed due to the photo contest.

Starting on June 1st, we’re running our second mid-season fundraiser for Worldbuilders.

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Last year we tried a summer Indigogo fundraiser and were delighted with how well it turned out. So this year we’re going to be doing it again, except with more cool stuff.

One of the things we want to do is run at-shirt design co...

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It's kinda ridiculous how excited I was to see this book show up at my house.

Yes, I'm a fan of OOTS. I read it faithfully online. I like it enough that I wrote an introduction to the third book: War and XP.

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I listened to this as an audiobook just recently, and I was absolutely blown away by it.

That said, I don’t know how I’d describe the entirety of it to someone. If I were to summarize it, it would sound... well... kinda dumb.

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“There are three things all wise men fear: the sea in storm, a night with no moon, and the anger of a gentle man.”
Patrick Rothfuss, The Wise Man's Fear

“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.”
Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind

“It's like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head. Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story.”
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The Name of the Wind (The Kingkiller Chronicle, #1) by Patrick Rothfuss
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

Book synopsis:
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.
 
  18 votes 24.7%

Nightshifted (Edie Spence, #1) by Cassie Alexander
Nightshifted by Cassie Alexander

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From debut author Cassie Alexander comes a spectacular new urban fantasy series where working the nightshift can be a real nightmare. Nothing compares to being Nightshifted.

Nursing school prepared Edie Spence for a lot of things. Burn victims? No problem. Severed limbs? Piece of cake. Vampires? No way in hell. But as the newest nurse on Y4, the secret ward hidden in the bowels of County Hospital, Edie has her hands full with every paranormal patient you can imagine—from vamps and were-things to zombies and beyond…

Edie’s just trying to learn the ropes so she can get through her latest shift unscathed. But when a vampire servant turns to dust under her watch, all hell breaks loose. Now she’s haunted by the man’s dying words—Save Anna—and before she knows it, she’s on a mission to rescue some poor girl from the undead. Which involves crashing a vampire den, falling for a zombie, and fighting for her soul. Grey’s Anatomy was never like this…Susanna Kearsley
 
  15 votes 20.5%

The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi
The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi
*Winner of the 2010 Hugo Award for Best Novel*
*Winner of the 2010 Nebula Award for Best Novel*

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In this Time Magazine top 10 book of the year, Anderson Lake is a company man, AgriGen's Calorie Man in Thailand. Undercover as a factory manager, Anderson combs Bangkok's street markets in search of foodstuffs thought to be extinct, hoping to reap the bounty of history's lost calories. There, he encounters Emiko. Emiko is the Windup Girl, a strange and beautiful creature. One of the New People, Emiko is not human; instead, she is an engineered being, creche-grown and programmed to satisfy the decadent whims of a Kyoto businessman, but now abandoned to the streets of Bangkok. Regarded as soulless beings by some, devils by others, New People are slaves, soldiers, and toys of the rich in a chilling near future in which calorie companies rule the world, the oil age has passed, and the side effects of bio-engineered plagues run rampant across the globe. What Happens when calories become currency? What happens when bio-terrorism becomes a tool for corporate profits, when said bio-terrorism's genetic drift forces mankind to the cusp of post-human evolution?
 
  11 votes 15.1%

The Black Isle by Sandi Tan
The Black Isle by Sandi Tan

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There are ghosts on the Black Isle.
Ghosts that no one can see.
No one...except Cassandra.

Uprooted from Shanghai with her father and twin brother, young Cassandra finds the Black Isle's bustling, immigrant-filled seaport, swampy jungle, and grand rubber plantations a sharp contrast to the city of her childhood. And she soon makes another discovery: the Black Isle is swarming with ghosts.

Haunted and lonely, Cassandra at first tries to ignore her ability to see the restless apparitions that drift down the street and crouch in cold corners at school. Yet despite her struggles with these spirits, Cassandra comes to love her troubled new home. And soon, she attracts the notice of a dangerously charismatic man.

Even as she becomes a fearless young woman, the Isle's dark forces won't let her go. War is looming, and Cassandra wonders if her unique gift might be her beloved island's only chance for salvation . . .

Taking readers from the 1920s, through the Japanese occupation during WWII, to the Isle's radical transformation into a gleaming cosmopolitan city, THE BLACK ISLE is a sweeping epic--a deeply imagined, fiercely original tale from a vibrant new voice in fiction.
 
  10 votes 13.7%

Night Myst (Indigo Court, #1) by Yasmine Galenorn
Night Myst by Yasmine Galenorn

Book synopsis:
Eons ago, vampires tried to turn the Dark Fae in order to harness their magic, only to create a demonic enemy more powerful than they imagined. Now Myst, the Vampiric Fae Queen of the Indigo Court, has enough power to begin a long prophesied supernatural war. And Cicely Waters, a witch who can control the wind, may be the only one who can stop her-and save her beloved Fae prince from the Queen's enslavement.

Cicely Waters, a witch who can control the wind, has returned home to New Forest, Washington, after learning that her family is in danger. The Indigo Court holds the city in fear. People are vanishing, and strange deaths plague the town. And when she is swept into an unexpected and passionate reunion with Grieve, the Fae prince who taught her how to harness the wind, Cicely finds herself with a fierce and territorial lover.

But Greive has been enslaved in Myst's court, and now, caught betwen two evils, the lovers must survive the machinations of the Vampiric Fae queen, even as Cicely untangles the hidden secrets to her own heritage.
 
  7 votes 9.6%

Mariana by Susanna Kearsley
Mariana by Susanna Kearsley

Book synopsis:
The first time Julia Beckett saw Greywethers she was only five, but she knew that it was her house. And now that she’s at last become its owner, she suspects that she was drawn there for a reason.

As if Greywethers were a portal between worlds, she finds herself transported into seventeenth-century England, becoming Mariana, a young woman struggling against danger and treachery, and battling a forbidden love.

Each time Julia travels back, she becomes more enthralled with the past...until she realizes Mariana’s life is threatening to eclipse her own, and she must find a way to lay the past to rest or lose the chance for happiness in her own time.
 
  5 votes 6.8%

Midnight Riot (Peter Grant, #1) by Ben Aaronovitch Rivers of London (Peter Grant, #1) by Ben Aaronovitch
Midnight Riot aka Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch

Book Synopsis:
Probationary Constable Peter Grant dreams of being a detective in London’s Metropolitan Police. Too bad his superior plans to assign him to the Case Progression Unit, where the biggest threat he’ll face is a paper cut. But Peter’s prospects change in the aftermath of a puzzling murder, when he gains exclusive information from an eyewitness who happens to be a ghost. Peter’s ability to speak with the lingering dead brings him to the attention of Detective Chief Inspector Thomas Nightingale, who investigates crimes involving magic and other manifestations of the uncanny. Now, as a wave of brutal and bizarre murders engulfs the city, Peter is plunged into a world where gods and goddesses mingle with mortals and a long-dead evil is making a comeback on a rising tide of magic.
 
  4 votes 5.5%

Lady of Hay by Barbara Erskine
Lady of Hay by Barbara Erskine

Book synopsis:
With a story as mesmerizing as it is chilling, "Lady of Hay "explores how Jo, a journalist investigating hypnotic regression, plunges into the life of Matilda, Lady of Hay-who lived eight hundred years earlier. As she learns of Matilda's unhappy marriage, her troubled love for Richard de Clare, and the brutal treatment she received from King John, it seems that Jo's past and present are hopelessly entwined. Centuries later, a story of secret passion and unspeakable treachery is about to begin again-and she has no choice but to brave both lives if she wants to shake the iron grip of history
 
  3 votes 4.1%

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“The fish trap exists because of the fish. Once you've gotten the fish you can forget the trap. The rabbit snare exists because of the rabbit. Once you've gotten the rabbit, you can forget the snare. Words exist because of meaning. Once you've gotten the meaning, you can forget the words. Where can I find a man who has forgotten words so I can talk with him?”
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For decisions and revisions which a minute will reverse.”
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message 118: by Pragyan

Pragyan Pradhan This is the best thing that could happen this weekend. Thank you for accepting my friend request. :)


message 117: by Christian Jess (last edited Oct 21, 2014 03:17AM)

Christian Jess Rasmussen Your reviews are a little harsh ;-)


message 116: by Emberyn

Emberyn Hey there! I gave you a little shout out. :3 http://campnanowrimo.org/campers/emberyn


message 115: by Dan

Dan Voyce Hey Pat - Just wondering if you have read Baxter & Pratchett's - The Long Earth? I'm a huge fan of your books (oh and your reviews!!) and I count this as one of my favourites (and one of the few books I have read twice in quick succession) - plus it is based around your home town of Madison.
It doesn't seem to have a great rating on here - it is fairly Sci-fi compared to the usual Pratchett fantasy but I would be interested in hearing your review on it :)


message 114: by Aloy

Aloy Fantasy of S.King being the Dark Tower. :)


message 113: by Aloy

Aloy Hey Pat. You are ( for me ) with Stephen King and George RR Martin now. The Gods of Fantasy.


message 112: by Roshio

Roshio This is so cool!! Didn't realise we can just leave comments! I love your plots and writing but most importantly I love Kvothe. So would you please stop making his life suck. Thank you.


message 111: by Ambrosia

Ambrosia As my husband's been known to comment while watching Downton Abbey: "Oooo. Sick Gentlemanly Burn!"


message 110: by Samantha

Samantha Pat, I just wanted to say, you're awesome. Please keep being awesome.


message 109: by Astrid (last edited Jan 16, 2014 01:56AM)

Astrid Patrick wrote: "Arjen wrote: "I can read a comic book every day and claim I read a book each day too. Be a man and read real books."

Congradulations, Arjen. Your comment encouraged me to figure out how to un-frie..."


In the old days we said "owned" :D

Well played!


message 108: by Patrick

Patrick Arjen wrote: "I can read a comic book every day and claim I read a book each day too. Be a man and read real books."

Congradulations, Arjen. Your comment encouraged me to figure out how to un-friend someone here on goodreads.

That means I learned something today.

So thanks for that.


message 107: by Arjen (last edited Jan 15, 2014 07:06PM)

Arjen I can read a comic book every day and claim I read a book each day too. Be a man and read real books.


message 106: by tata

tata Patiently awaiting book three. Except I'm not very patient. And I'm very bossy. Please stop reading and get back writing!


message 105: by René

René Jiménez Canale Salutations from Mexico, and thank you very much for the add! :) loved your role on the D&D and Table Top podcasts, and I can't wait to start reading your books!


message 104: by Jeff

Jeff I am really excited to see Kvothe on TV! Grats!


message 103: by Renee

Renee Congrats on the TV spot!


message 102: by Aju

Aju Ajit Thanks a lot for the add sir :) . Finished both the books in a span of a week. I hate waiting so much!!!! Love the blog and the books. It's pretty rare to see popular authors actually taking the time to respond to the fans and for that a huge thumbs up to you :)


Simona ♡ Thanks for adding me!:-)


message 100: by Ana

Ana I love your writing! Keep going!


midnightfaerie Thanks for the add! I look forward to discussing books with you!


Danielle hey pat - thanks for coming to orange last night. you're a great speaker, really engaging, and i give you props for taking a minute to actually talk to each and every person that was there for the signing. you're a cool dude.


message 97: by Forrest

Forrest Heard your ditty on games on WPR this morning. Great stuff! I'm sure that some people thought you were being tongue-in-cheek about the notion of losing and starting over again, but I could tell you were earnest. Nice to wake up to!


message 96: by Tom

Tom Thanks for accepting the friend request. Your review of Go Dog Go was hilarious.
And oh yeah, I like your books too.


Agent Denna Thanks for accepting my friend request. It's a huge honour to have an amazing blogger and an even more amazing author as a friend.


message 94: by Amber

Amber So, I was just reading Martin's new excerpt from Winds of Winter.
Which sorta made me nerdgasm at least 5 different times.
Then I thought, wouldnt it be awesome if Pat posted an excerpt from Doors of Stone...you know, since I know how much you LOVE spoilers...


Anyway...I'm just gonna chant "DO IT" Really quietly in the background now.


Also - You've totally been reading both those books almost two years.... :P


 Linda (Miss Greedybooks) I ordered "The Adventure of the Princess and Mr. Whiffle: The Thing Beneath the Bed" from Amazon & they cancelled my order because they did not have enough! WTF? Why wouldn't they back order it & still sell it to me? Now I will not order again from them until next Christmas probably.... UGHHHHH!


message 92: by Cookie

Cookie Quick Q: I pre-ordered The Wise Man's Fear, so I have the hardcover. It's come to my attention that in the softcover version, the story of how Iax stole the moon is written as the story of how Jax stole the moon. Which is the correct version?


message 91: by Tim

Tim Just wanted to let you know; I work in a bookstore, and my enthousiasm about your Kingkiller Chronicle got my boss to start ordering it again. Got lots of great feedback from customers who I recommended it to.
Spreading one of the best fantasy novels I've read so far in the Netherlands! ^^


message 90: by Jason (last edited Nov 21, 2012 10:36PM)

Jason Pat... great job with The Wise Man's Fear. I actually skipped The Name of the Wind, as back in the day (which was a year ago, as far as these things go of course) heading to Barnes and Noble and picking the most appealing book on the shelf was a bigger deal. Now, I've got more than that. And soon enough, I'll have The Name of the Wind, too.


message 89: by Natasa

Natasa Hi Patrick, thank you! :)


message 88: by Hibido

Hibido You sir, are a god!


message 87: by Lucinda

Lucinda Dear Patrick,
Thank you so much for being my friend here on GoodReads, it is an honor. I am a huge fan of fantasy fiction (including many authors from Tolkien to Robin Hobb and Gail.Z Martin ect.). Thank you once again and i hold your work in high esteem.
Lucinda x


message 86: by Hibido

Hibido Thanks for accepting my friend request! Big fan of your books!


message 85: by Cookie

Cookie "Peter wrote: "My library does not carry "The Adventures of The Princess and Mr. Whiffle" This is a grave injustice and as a librarian I must invoke librarian wrath. With that said, how do I invoke ..."

That's why I pre-ordered the paperback. Unfortunately, it won't be coming until January. Good things come to those who wait, I suppose...


message 84: by Patrick

Patrick Peter wrote: "My library does not carry "The Adventures of The Princess and Mr. Whiffle" This is a grave injustice and as a librarian I must invoke librarian wrath. With that said, how do I invoke librarian wrat..."

Silent rage.


message 83: by Alix

Alix Thank you for accepting my friendship! I promise to try not to geek on you too messily.


message 82: by Michael

Michael Thrower I love you.


message 81: by Todd

Todd Hi Pat,

I'm curious, what's the best way to buy your book or any book in general? Buying it at Chapters vs. Amazon or a local bookstore etc. off a different website blah blah?

Which way puts more money into your pocket/raises your star?


message 80: by Lucero

Lucero Kingstone Thanks for the friend accept (: Your books were the first thing I bought with my first salary. Love them!


message 79: by Peter (last edited Aug 01, 2012 12:26PM)

Peter Rundle My library does not carry "The Adventures of The Princess and Mr. Whiffle" This is a grave injustice and as a librarian I must invoke librarian wrath. With that said, how do I invoke librarian wrath without breaking the noise policy?


message 78: by Amber

Amber Thank you for fixing the goodreads publication date!


Eyehavenofilter Thanks for the friend accept... Your books are on my ' to read' list, looks like it will be a long time till I see the light of day! But then sunlight is so often overrated, yes?


message 76: by Amber

Amber Rachael wrote: "Congratulations on the Legend award! You deserve it!"

You beat me!! Yes, Pat CONGRATS! That's great, you really do deserve it. Can't wait to read more of your work!


message 75: by Rachael

Rachael Congratulations on the Legend award! You deserve it!


message 74: by Shashi (last edited Jun 11, 2012 01:49PM)

Shashi I just wanted to say your books are amazing, I found the name of the wind a few years back in India and just found the wise man's fear over here in Sri Lanka. I truly, absolutely and completely enjoyed them both. and I cannot wait for the next book to come out. it may take a long while to reach me here, but it is worth the wait. Cheers! it is very awesome to be your friend :)


message 73: by Amber

Amber Hey Pat, just found this last weekend and was stoked. Thought I'd pass along the info since I know you were a fan of the first series.

Nice way to break when you get tired writing!

http://www.nick.com/videos/legend-of-...


(hope that link worked. If not all the episodes are free at Nick.com)


message 72: by Katie

Katie Sluman You know, it's very sad, but looking at your profile and seeing those four little words up there somewhere 'Patrick is your friend', kind of makes me feel cool. Thanks for that.


message 71: by Teresa

Teresa Patrick, first, thank you so much for your wonderful books. I'm waiting with baited breath for the next book in the series!

Second, thank you for introducing me to Brandon Sanderson. I just finished one of his books, and WOWIE. Seriously, if you have that good of taste in all of your books that you read, I am just going to read anything that you do :)

Third, thank you for introducing me to goodreads! I didn't know about it before you mentioned it in your blog post, and I am absolutely THRILLED to be here.

So... yeah :) Thanks A BUNCH!


message 70: by Amber

Amber Hello Again Pat!
Was just over-analyzing your novels in the Rothfussian Group when I got to wondering if the goodreads date for the release of Doors of Stone is correct? Or is that just a hopefully/maybe/we'll see date?
On another note, hope all is well in your chunk of the world and I didnt care much for that Serenity Graphic Novel...TOO SHORT lol, but the art was amazing, crazy how they really captured the likeness of the characters. Anywho, have a good one! I'm about to head home and read NoTW aloud to my old man and roomies....(freakin' non-readers, I will force my will upon them!)


Danielle i just read "the name of the wind" in three days. you, sir, are amazing!


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