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A Slow Regard of Silent Things for a Great Cause

French Cover

French Cover

I Have not read a book in a long time and I feel ashamed. I am not sure why I haven’t read or shared my reading, however I have pre-ordered Patrick Rothfuss’ new Novela “A Slow Regard of Silent Things” through a fundraiser Rothfuss put on with Worldbuilders. I will be getting a signed version and the proceeds go to a great cause.
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Scott Lynch Is the Man, Says Pat

ImageIT IS very convenient and also awesome that one of my favorite authors is complementing another favorite author of mine. Patrick Rothfuss, the Kingkillers Chronicles author, wrote a review on Goodreads on Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch. This is so cool!
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Favorite Read

Day 190: Patrick Rothfuss

Patrick Rothfuss (Photo credit: Manzabar)

This is a very hard decision to pick my favorite read, obviously my favorite type of books to read are fantasy books but to pick one author I would have to say right now would be Patrick Rothfuss. He is new and only has two books published but the way his books are written just puts me in awe.

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A Wise Mans Fear

Why do wise men fear the moonless night…..

The book of the year award goes to A Wise Mans Fear. This is the second book in the Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss. This book continues with day two of the simple innkeeper Kvothe’s very complex and exciting past. (more…)


A Wise Mans release

To all my subscribers and/or readers I am sorry to inform you so late but the second book of the Kingkiller series is now out for everyone to read. A Wise Mans Fear by Patrick Rothfuss is the sequel to his debut book The Name Of The Wind. This book is almost a thousand pages long and starts  right where NOTW ends.  I will be writing a review once I finish it.

cheers


The Name Of The Wind

A newer book, came out in 2007 is the first book written by Patrick Rothfuss. A very large book, that keeps you wanting to read more. The story is a about a man named Kvothe, not sure how to pronounce it but in the book its said similar to quothe. I say (que-oohh-tee) others say it with the ‘th’ sound, I think my way sounds cooler because that is exactly what this character is! (more…)