This is another Rothfuss's amazing book.
It's written gorgeously and keeps you in the absolute physical need of reading any spare moments of your days. And that for all the almost 1000pages it counts to.
But there are too many sub-stories which are looped and which resurface every once a while in the plot.
And the characters are not much improved form the previous book.
Yet, what a writing!
I'm longing for the next book.
Questo libro in realtà potrebbe essere considerato come 2/3 libri separati. Lo stile, la scorrevolezza e le descrizioni sono ottime. La storia è coinvolgente. Nei suoi 153 capitoli solo 3/4 li ho trovati noiosi, ma non vanno certo ad intaccare il giudizio complessivo dell'opera che, seppur troppo lunga, è comunque micidiale....Continua
Good second book of the series, keeps you quite intrigued and wanting to go on and read the third...c'mon finish that book Patrick!
Kvothe's adventure goes on: he learns, he plays, he dreams, he fights, he loves, he always follows his heart and does what he believes is right. And he lets the legend grow.
Better written than "The Name Of The Wind" and as entertaining as it was, I just found a little too long the part about Felurian and the one in Haert, and the use of terms as "pariah" annoyed me: it is common in our world, but what abouth the Commonwealth of Kvothe?
Anyway, I really enjoyed reading this tale, which is full of tales itself and funny in more than one way. It is a little sad that I read in a handful of days a book I've been waiting for for years! And now I'm left waiting for he third chapter ...