The Wise Man’s Fear – Patrick Rothfuss

Hmm – do I have a cool title for this review?.

The Wise Man’s Fear –
Patrick Rothfuss.

Stars: Five of five.
Summary: In this linchpin book of the trilogy, Kvothe continues his perilous search for answers about the Chandrian even as he grapples with more pressing dangers. Hah! even in my terse mode, that seems like a terrible summary. Jump to this review for a good summary
Why I read it and provenance: bought my own copy because it is awesome.

I really loved this book. After re-reading the first in the series, The Name of the Wind, I was psyched and ready to read this new instalment.  I was not disappointed.  There are laugh-out-loud moments, and pathos, and excitement.  I rushed out and bought it in hardcover, because this is a book to keep, and read again.

I am posting this review retroactively – since I read it in May and it is now September.  This is a quick-not-doing-it-justice note, and moving on now to post more of the backlog.


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