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I can't defend the book, all the issues you raise are correct. Tigr Send a noteboard - 26/07/2012 02:42:54 PM
But I still found myself completely enthralled with the story and Kvothe as a character. That has to be a testament to Rothfuss' writing skills.

I will grab the third book as soon as it comes out!
One should forgive one's enemies, but not before they are hanged. -- Henrich Heine
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I am becoming skeptical about Patrick Rothfuss (spoilers for about half of Wise Man's Fool) - 26/07/2012 12:24:39 AM 2457 Views
Just to note ... - 26/07/2012 03:20:11 AM 1015 Views
So... - 26/07/2012 05:01:44 AM 930 Views
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Very astute. I was highly disappointed with the book *NM* - 26/07/2012 03:40:55 AM 483 Views
I can't defend the book, all the issues you raise are correct. - 26/07/2012 02:42:54 PM 918 Views
Every thing you say about the overly troped story is true, - 26/07/2012 03:06:45 PM 972 Views
Good points, as everyone else said. - 26/07/2012 06:48:12 PM 907 Views
Can't wait to hear your thoughts on the second half. (minor spoilers) - 29/07/2012 04:56:53 AM 987 Views
I'm making my way through The Name of the Wind reread on Tor.com - 29/07/2012 12:24:26 PM 818 Views
I quit reading at the half way point of book two also. - 29/07/2012 02:34:22 PM 952 Views
The twisting of tropes is much deeper, I beleive. - 30/07/2012 06:25:56 AM 1035 Views
The series' overall quality is dependant on Book 3. - 30/07/2012 09:50:26 AM 877 Views
Started re-reading because of your review - 30/07/2012 08:22:54 PM 799 Views
Try looking up the Tor blog site re-read, for reals. - 30/07/2012 10:52:01 PM 851 Views
Even if that were true he could still have cut the beginning by 3/4 - 31/07/2012 03:09:40 AM 1044 Views
I dunno, go read some Hemingway then? - 31/07/2012 04:06:59 AM 890 Views
I don't see the problem. - 02/08/2012 09:42:15 PM 894 Views

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