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The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss
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Jul 10, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy, 2011, magic-school

The story telling is just as rich as the first book, and though the journey was long, I never got bored. A lot of new mysteries are presented in this book, and a lot of details, but by the way he leaves out big events because they don't advance the story, you know that everything he includes here must be important to the outcome. There are so many questions in the series, and the author did a wonderful job of presenting you with just enough information to make you feel like you might be beginning to see the shape of things, but not nearly enough to be bored or have it all figured out. I really enjoyed the book, but now that I think about how long we'll probably be waiting for the next one, I'm really disheartened about waiting for the answers (and more beautiful story, of course.)
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Zeke hope to start this soon!


Kathy Wheeler I just started this.


Andrea So far I'm really enjoying it!


message 4: by Angela (new)

Angela Rand I just bought the first one "Name of the Wind" on my Kindle. I need alternative reading while I'm reading Gleick's The Information.


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