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Good points, as everyone else said. Fox and Ravens Send a noteboard - 26/07/2012 06:48:12 PM
But int he story, Kvothe does make it clear he's a trouper and telling stories is what he does. In terms of plot, it makes perfect sense why it would all be overly troped.

And again, as everyone said, Rothfuss' style is very engaging. I can't wait for the last book and I'm actually about halfway through book 2 on my reread.
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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 2478 Views
Just to note ... - 26/07/2012 03:20:11 AM 1037 Views
So... - 26/07/2012 05:01:44 AM 952 Views
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Very astute. I was highly disappointed with the book *NM* - 26/07/2012 03:40:55 AM 499 Views
I can't defend the book, all the issues you raise are correct. - 26/07/2012 02:42:54 PM 941 Views
Every thing you say about the overly troped story is true, - 26/07/2012 03:06:45 PM 989 Views
Good points, as everyone else said. - 26/07/2012 06:48:12 PM 939 Views
Can't wait to hear your thoughts on the second half. (minor spoilers) - 29/07/2012 04:56:53 AM 1006 Views
I'm making my way through The Name of the Wind reread on Tor.com - 29/07/2012 12:24:26 PM 840 Views
I quit reading at the half way point of book two also. - 29/07/2012 02:34:22 PM 984 Views
The twisting of tropes is much deeper, I beleive. - 30/07/2012 06:25:56 AM 1061 Views
The series' overall quality is dependant on Book 3. - 30/07/2012 09:50:26 AM 894 Views
Started re-reading because of your review - 30/07/2012 08:22:54 PM 821 Views
Try looking up the Tor blog site re-read, for reals. - 30/07/2012 10:52:01 PM 871 Views
Even if that were true he could still have cut the beginning by 3/4 - 31/07/2012 03:09:40 AM 1068 Views
I dunno, go read some Hemingway then? - 31/07/2012 04:06:59 AM 910 Views
I don't see the problem. - 02/08/2012 09:42:15 PM 926 Views

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