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Do we have baccanals? Paperback 2 —. The Farseer Trilogy 3-Book Bundle. But sixteen-year-old Kvothe? Prince of Fools. Book Three of The Demon Cycle. Generally speaking, our failures teach us more than our successes.
The man himself is remarkably life-sized. I was completely knocked over by that character. He was passionate, arrogant, witty, clever, a fighter, a poet, a philosopher. He was compelling and interesting, and a bit of a bastard, but you loved him and felt sorry for him. Those two things might not have been the seed for the book, they were certainly around when the seed was sprouting….
Ah hell. Batman would probably come out on top. Kvothe leads readers through the entire series—from the storytelling, to the action, to the inner monologue. Are there any similarities between Kvothe and yourself? A few.
But less than people typically think. But yeah. There are a few similarities. We both have the bad habit of expressing ourselves freely and clearly when it would be better to keep our mouths shut. Do they have robes and stuff? Do we have baccanals? We better have baccanals. If I have cult it better old-school. Since forever. I started my first fantasy novel when I was 15 or so. In fact, it was horrible. Beyond horrible. It had cat-man samurai in it.
But it was a good learning experience. The mistakes I made in that novel taught me a lot about writing. Generally speaking, our failures teach us more than our successes. Part of the reason The Name of the Wind turned out so good is because I made so many rookie mistakes in that first, horrible novel. Not really. A lot of people assume that because I spent 11 years in college, I based the University off my experiences as a student.
The truth is, I find stories that are thinly-veiled autobiography pretty tiresome. Basic Critical Thinking. This is usually taught as a philosophy class at most universities, but in my opinion it should be required for every college student.
We are emotional, messy-headed creatures. And even very clever, well-informed people can be very stupid when it comes to dealing with things in a rational, critical way. I had a guy try to convince me that ESP was real because he was thinking about his girlfriend before the phone rang. Not only was he sure he was right, but he was absolutely certain that he was providing a crushing argument. He felt unassailable in his reasoning. Here we have rational discourse. You want to sit at the grown-up table, you learn the rules.
The structure of your story is different than most fantasy novels. Why did you choose to write your book that way? The Princess Bride is a framed tale. The Arabian Nights is a framed tale…. Most novels are written a different way. The Aristotelian unities. Three act structure.
What do I care about that? The first edition of The Name of the Wind was released in I started a charity called Worldbuilders. Fantasy authors and publishers donate books that we use to encourage people to donate to Heifer International. I also wrote a not-for-children picture book illustrated by my friend Nate Taylor.
It turned out amazing. Prince of Fools. Queen of Shadows. Infinity Blade: Red Rising. Norse Mythology. Neil Gaiman. The City of Brass. A Chakraborty.
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The Cinder Spires: The Aeronaut's Windlass. Jim Butcher. The Battlemage. Taran Matharu. Babylon's Ashes. Skin Game. Empire of Storms.
Kings of the Wyld. Nicholas Eames.
The Emperor's Soul. The Legion of Flame. Heir of Fire. The Magician's Land. Lev Grossman. The Collapsing Empire. John Scalzi. The Dawning of Power Trilogy. Brian Rathbone. Madeline Miller. A Court of Thorns and Roses. The Farseer Trilogy 3-Book Bundle. Naomi Novik. Sins of Empire. Brian McClellan. A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms.
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In this series. Book 1. Skip this list. Ratings and Book Reviews 65 star ratings 65 reviews. Overall rating 4. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Report as inappropriate. Because the third one isn't out yet. This book and series is quite excellent and I find myself chuckling out loud or even smirking or gaping as the story 8n folds.
On of the best books in years. Now to try and wait patiently for 3. Good luck to me Rothfuss is great at weaving the story together and keeping you wanting more. Now waiting impatiently for book 3! Heel gedetailleerd beschreven verhaal over kvothes levensverhaal en flashforwards naar huidige tijd.
Overleven, Liefde, intrige, ontwikkeling en avontuur. Top boek!
I enjoyed every minute it took to read this book. It was beautifully and carefully written and you could see the love of the author for his story in every page. I would definitely read the third book.