The Wise Man’s Fear

by Patrick Rothfuss | 993 pages, published 2011wiseman

I had some spare cash a few months ago so I ordered a copy of the second Kvothe book. I sat outside in a swing under the chestnut tree reading it and thought, life doesn’t get much more beautiful than this.

The book added new story lines, continued old ones, and kept up the lovely storytelling. It did add a few more adult elements and suspend-your-disbelief-a-little-extra parts. I’m not sure if I liked it more or less than The Name of the Wind – so we’ll call them equal. Unfortunately, I haven’t heard an update on when the third and final book will be out.

I still strongly suggest you start reading the series!

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