Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

Just to prove I’m not the only who loved this story.

The Critiquing Chemist

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Rate : 5/5
Medium : KindleBook

Overview (No Spoilers): One of my good friends, Cory, had been after me to read this series for a while and trust me, this is one of those books you’ll be trying to get everyone to read! Rothfuss does a wonderful job weaving a story, within a story, both intricately detailed and constructed in a manner in which the reader, becoming lost in the second story, is shocked back to the main narrative. The world and characters are all developed to an exorbitant detail, which satisfies my analytical brain, is often my main grievance upon critiquing books. With that being said, READ THIS BOOK! The Name of the Wind opens in a small, rural town, in which a seemingly ordinary barkeep and his helper are far more mysterious than they appear. Upon a series of baffling and dangerous events unfolding in the quiet community…

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