Jul 11, 11
This book was all the rage when it came out, and I can see why.
Even with my suspicion of epic fantasy and my general irritability with “part one of some indeterminate number,” you simply can't get around the compelling voice of Kvothe, telling his own story.
Truthfully, I'm surprised there haven't been calls for Rothfuss's head for the delay in getting out book two. Once you're under his spell, you're well and truly hooked.