This is not your standard fantasy novel. Patrick Rothfuss' artfully constructed debut novel, Name of the Wind, could easily find itself counted among the classics of epic fantasy. It's that good.The tale is largely narrated by Kvothe as he recalls his childhood in the Commonwealth. Musician, beggar, thief, magician... Kvothe has as many facets as he has names. But through it all, his story is one of dogged perseverance and humble heroics. A must read for fans of epic fantasy.
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