THE NAME OF THE WIND audiobook
The Kingkiller chronicles begin with this book which provides a thorough introduction of Kvothe. The warrior is hailed like a legend who has accomplished everything in life and till now no one has stood up against him thus he has never tasted defeat. He has tasted love, a grudge of the enemy, and lust but not defeat; it seems that he is not made for failure. The life of the hero does not go much up and down in the fight scenes during the story. Patrick Rothfuss has presented an indestructible personality for the audience. Whenever the author starts writing something of this type he does not go deep into myths rather he tries to keep it simple.
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Writing more about the present and not wasting time in the past was observed in The Wise Man’s Fear and The Slow Regard of Silent Things. There exist some portions when the association with the past is described, we see in this story as Kvothe starts thinking about his achievements. He according to him has met gods too during his expeditions and reaching the woman of his choice has never remained a problem for him in his life.
It is a warrior in the making, Patrick in Nick Podehl’s voice sketches a heroic figure but this first book has some weaknesses too. The author has not tried to attach any strong tragedy with the hero. Hero with no tragedy does not remain in the minds of the people for a very long time. Also, there should be some weakness in the character which could result in his downfall on major occasions after which he could rise and regain the lost glory.
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