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“The Waystone Inn lay in silence, and it was a silence of three parts.” And I broke that silence with a slow, powerful applause. Patrick Rothfuss has done it again. The Wise Man’s Fear takes place directly after his debut novel The Name of the Wind (my review here) and it doesn’t miss a beat. My main concern with the first book was its pace. The story was more than excellent and a ten out of ten, but it just lacked a little pace. The Wise Man’s fear corrects this and takes the events of the first book up a notch.
To recap The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man’s Fears is a bit much, but to give a general background to the story and setting is too little. Broad themes will have to suffice: Both books are parts of a planned trilogy called the Kingkiller…
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