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Burchellscoucal
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Happy  Posted: 3:38 AM, December 27th (Thursday)

This is an amazing book thus far, part 2 in a 3 part series... I just picked it up - my friend had left it at my place. I have not read the first of the three, however, this book seems strong enough as a stand-alone that you will make complete sense of the story.

I've burned through 800 of its 1000 pages in less than a week - it's that good.

If you like fantasy, subtle and explicit magic, conniving, plots, faeries and demons, this is an amazing book to give a shot.

:)


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circe
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Default  Posted: 6:29 AM, January 1st (Tuesday)

Oh you have to read the first one, The Name of the Wind! It's awesome and I fell in love with Kvothe and his mind, his friends, his world, and pretty much his entire story arc.

I actually didn't quite love Wise Man's Fear as much as the first book, but had I read it before the first book I wouldn't have realize it could have gotten better!

He's going to write another someday.


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Sharpie4
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Default  Posted: 8:10 AM, January 1st (Tuesday)

I agree with Circle. I loved the first one and liked the 2nd one. I admit I fell in love with Kvothe too.


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Fleury
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Default  Posted: 10:13 AM, January 2nd (Wednesday)

Count me in on the Kvothe love too.

DS18 found these books and described them as Harry Potter for grown ups!

Can't wait for part 3.


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