LA PAURA DEL SAGGIO PATRICK ROTHFUSS PDF

To view it, click here. Unfortunately, great ideas do not, by themselves, a great story make. I have heard rumors that the first book, The Name of the Wind, took eleven years of revisions and rewrites to finally get published. Whether that is true or not, his hard work paid off. Since its release, the internet hype over the future of the trilogy has been building to monumental proportions. Rothfuss has developed an almost rabid, cultlike following of fans yearning to know what happens next.

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To view it, click here. Unfortunately, great ideas do not, by themselves, a great story make. I have heard rumors that the first book, The Name of the Wind, took eleven years of revisions and rewrites to finally get published. Whether that is true or not, his hard work paid off. Since its release, the internet hype over the future of the trilogy has been building to monumental proportions. Rothfuss has developed an almost rabid, cultlike following of fans yearning to know what happens next.

The Name of the Wind gave us many mysteries and few answers. The first book was a fun read that, while flawed in terms of story and character, was quite entertaining and extraordinarily well written. It was like the ramblings of an old man, talking simply to be listened to.

Like cake, it tastes good but has little nutritional value in it. We were left with many burning questions at the end of The Name of the Wind. Would Kvothe learn to control the Wind? How would he be thrown out of the University? Would he ever become an Arcanist?

Would he find some way to make money? Would he ever avenge his parents? How did he come from the promising youth seeking clues to the supernatural beings that murdered his family to the broken down innkeeper telling the story? Would he ever make any sort of progress with Denna, or would my book simply explode while I read it because of the pent up sexual tension?

Were any of these questions answered or even addressed in this book? Not a one. It is a story in three parts, told in three days, much like the silence that haunts his inn.

As Kvothe begins his story, the book switches from third person to first person. He begins his next term of schooling at the University. Some of his teachers love him, others hate him.

Luckily, the "plot" finally intervenes, and Kvothe takes a year off from his schooling for adventure, and hopefully to fill his pockets with a little money to fight off his abject poverty.

An acquaintance conveniently knows of a rich and powerful nobleman in a distant land that is looking for a clever young musician to help him win the heart of the lady he has his eye on.

Fortunately, Kvothe happens to be a clever young musician. Then the tangent from the tangent takes another tangent to another distant land where he learns to tangent from a group of tangentary tangents, but is tangented by yet another tangent after leaving when he tangents upon some young tangents in need of being tangentially tangented away from--wait, what as I talking about again? One could say that the entire last half of the book is just one gigantic tangent that has absolutely nothing to do with anything, and ultimately leads nowhere.

Falling out with his lordly employer, Kvothe returns to school with an arrangement that for his services his education and expenses at school would be taken care of. At which point he resumes his school life as if nothing has happened and the book ends rather abruptly, again with no climax, no conflict, and no resolution.

The good? Rothfuss has an excellent sense of humor. The world and the magic system are very well thought out, and the different cultures and races seem very distinct and real. The writing itself is excellent. Despite all the bitching I do about this book, it was worth reading at least once for the humor, or to see the train wreck for yourself.

The bad? Almost every woman in this book is a figurative, if not literal, whore that exists for the sole purpose of pleasuring, comforting, or otherwise confounding Kvothe. News flash Pat, women are people too. The same as you and me, with thoughts, feelings, and desires all of their own, that do NOT typically revolve around some incomprehensible and fantastical yearning to please men.

Half of this book is copy and paste from the first book. The other half has little to no point and goes absolutely nowhere. Like I said, Patrick Rothfuss has great ideas, but no storytelling skills to apply them to. The whole narrative is incoherent and nonsensical. You have to reward your readers with a climactic event or two for sticking with you through the whole book, Pat.

Far too much time is spent on characters telling allegorical stories that really have little point or purpose except to take up space in a book that is already FAR too long for what actually happens in it. They take up huge swaths of the book and leave the characters with very little in the way of worth afterward. The lessons they learn could have been simply taught through other means or much, much shorter stories.

The huge amount of tangents that the story takes makes it feel as though the writer made it up as he went along. The frequent interruptions back to the present day where Kvothe discusses aspects of his story are annoying and hugely distracting, breaking up whatever little suspense that the writer managed to cultivate.

Not a single question raised in the first book was answered, or even addressed in this book, in fact this book picks up as though there were no questions left by the first book and does nothing to either build up the mystery of them, or move closer to answering them. It is as though the writer completely forgot all of them and moved on to something else.

When book 3 eventually comes out, you could probably pick it up after reading book 1 and not have missed a single thing. This book was completely unnecessary, and utterly pointless. I have never liked the first person perspective very much. It gives a very narrow view of the world as you can only see, experience and feel the world through the eyes of a single character.

You have no other views to give perspective. I always find the contrasting views of different characters to give the world and story a lot more flavor than simply following the words of a single character.

However, some of my favorite books are written in first person. It can be done well, and for the most part Rothfuss does good things with it, but when he moves to the parts of the book that happen in the present day he switches to third person and the contrast is jarring and almost as distracting as the actual interruptions themselves. Especially because he does not seem to be as talented in writing third person as he is at writing first person.

It was like he came up with a great sounding title, and then completely drew a blank on why the book should be called that, then dropped a couple references in after the fact.

He also seems to think his readers are idiots and frequently talks down to them. The ugly? Lots and lots of sex. Everywhere Kvothe goes, women are throwing themselves at him. I wonder what his secret is… Must be the Axe body spray. Especially not sixteen year olds who are often thought to be younger than that by appearance. Yes, the fabled One Wang of Power. The One Wang to rule them all. The One Wang to find them. The One Wang to bring them all, and in the darkness

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I suoi contrasti con Ambrose sfociano in nuovi e continui dispetti tra i due tra cui spicca la somministrazione di un veleno a Kvothe che quasi lo fa finire in guai molto seri con i maestri e con la sua usuraia Devi che viene ingiustamente sospettata da Kvothe di essere la responsabile della somministrazione del veleno. A questo punto Kvothe viene accusato di stregoneria e processato. Dopo lunghe ricerche, trovano il campo dei banditi e uccidono tutti i banditi tranne il loro capo. Sulla via del ritorno a Severen, il gruppo di Kvothe si imbatte nella bellissima Felurian, che soggioga per qualche tempo Kvothe trascinadolo nel regno di Fae e dal quale Kvothe riesce a uscirne dopo molto tempo soggettivo, mentre al di fuori del regno di Fae, solo poche ore sono trascorse. Durante la ricerca dei banditi, Tempi, uno dei mercenari del suo gruppo, comincia ad istruirlo alle vie del Ketan e del Lethani, una filosofia di vita e combattimento. Kvothe decide di seguirlo per poter testimoniare a suo favore. Ad Ademre, Kvothe riesce a portare avanti il suo addestramento del Ketan e del Lethani.

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