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Winter is At the time the release date for The Doors of Stone was late But as the year wore on and no update came Rothfuss finally took to Twitter on The Doors of Tunisia Authentic Traveling Most doors are blue but I saw yellow turuoise red and white Some of the most common symbols on the doors are the crescent star minarets flowers and fir trees Some of the doors have large archways allowing for a person to enter on a horse without dismounting Many will claim that the best doors are in Sidi Bou Said – the Santorini like coastal town just outside Tunis – but I found.


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    The wait is going to kill meSo rather than wait patiently I am going to gather various speculations and list facts to keep in mind Please take note This review contains spoilers for books 1 and 2The DoorsSo as the third book in the Kingkiller Chronicle is named 'The Doors of Stone' it is uite obviously reuired of us to consider the 'Doors' of which they are speaking And so as perfectionism dictates I will list every single door that I've noticedIn Skarpi's story of Lanre Lanre battles a beast that while he is able to kill said beast kills Lanre as well However one line is read pertaining to the beast's death that is not in fact read pertaining to Lanre's After the battle was finished and the enemy was set beyond the doors of stoneLyra of course calls Lanre back This leads me to wonder if the doors of stone have something to do with death the ‘doors to the afterlife’Kvothe mentions doors in his mind; four of them to be exact sleep forgetting madness and death Another indication that maybe death is the 'Doors of Stone' to which the title is referring This also brings me to a certain suspicion about the sleeping mind but I will return to that laterThe main building of the University Mains is uite literally described as a 'featureless stone block' This 'featureless stone block' inevitably has stone doors Inscribed above these doors are the words 'Vorfelen Rhinata Morie'In the Archives there are small rooms of stone for people to meet and talk or have sex if what Fela claims is trueOf importance are the doors of stone that Kvothe sees just before he is banned from the Archives It was uite by accident that I found the four plate doorThe door is described as 'one seamless slab of grey stone' Four copper plates are on the outside flush with the stone of the door which is flush with the frame which in turn is flush with the wall It is also described as 'not a door for opening but a door for staying closed' The word 'Valeritas' is inscribed upon themThere's a ventilation shaft like entrance to the Archives from the Underthing but I'm not sure whether or not that mattersElodin's cell in Haven is made of stoneAnd last but not least the Mauthen farm is made with stone reinforcements Stone that is in fact dug up from barrows burial mounds in the ground and used to build the house This house was most likely destroyed by the Chandrian However that has to do with a certain vase that again I will return to laterFelurian mentions Doors of Stone in one of her storiesThere are many doors mentioned below in the comments; I don't have room to add them or edit completelyThe KingSo we all know that Kvothe is called 'Kvothe Kingkiller' for a reason In fact he says that he earned the name 'bought and paid for it'So Nobility that is either a king or will be a king in the futureAt the top of our list is Ambrose the first born heir to a Vintish barony His father is one of the twelve most powerful men in Vintas He is sixteenth in the PeerageLanre also known as Lord Haliax is a little than nobility and I can't see him gaining power enough to be recognized as a King by others but he must be mentionedSovoy is of Modegan NobilityKvothe's mother and likely aunt Meluan Lackless are of Vintish nobilityMaer Alveron is said to be higher in the peerage than AmbroseLast and the most painful to admit is Simmon Simmon is said to be of Aturan nobility; according to Sovoy he is not high nobility but he is nobility nonethelessI feel like Kote talks about Simmon's innocence so constantly as if to prove a point of surprising his audience in the end If it is Simmon he ends up killing I wouldn't be terribly surprised Among other references to Simmon's 'goodness' is this passage 'I love you SimHe looked me over You're drunkNo it's the truth You're a good person better than I'll ever beHe gave me a look that said he couldn't tell if he was being made fun of or not'The AmyrThe Amyr are a Holy Order of the Aturan Empire created to avenge the fall of Myr Tariniel according to Skarpi They are a group of people under Selitos if the stories are to be believed that hunt the Chandrain The most trusted and powerful of them are known as the Ciridae and their mark is a burning tower If Master Archivist Lorren is to be believed they are eual part knight errant and vigilante They had judiciary powers and could judge in both religious and secular courts All of them are exempt from the law in varying degrees They were also disbanded 300 years agoThe Ruach named by Aleph as the Amyr in Skarpi's storyTehluKirel Tall burned but left living in the ashes of Myr TarinielDeah a woman having lost two husbands to the fighting in Myr Tariniel Face mouth and heart are cold as stoneEnlas Would not carry a sword or eat the felsh of animals would not speak hard wordsGeisa Fair with a hundred suitors in Belen before the walls fell The first woman to know the unasked for touch of manLecelte Laughed easily and often even when there was woe thick about himImet Hardly than a boy who never sang and killed swiftly without tearsOrdal The youngest of them all who had never seen a thing die a girl with golden hairAnden A face with burning eyes his name means 'anger'It is said that Atreyon is one of the Amyr He is in fact the one who is subject in the Maer's favorite story a bloody storySir Savien is also mentioned as one of the AmyrKvothe also suspects that the Duke of Gibea is one of the Amyr or that he worked for them at least He's a medicinal worker of great skill under the authority of Maer Alveron None but the most powerful can see them and only then with great difficulty and at great perilKvothe when he is near death in an alleyway in Tarbean says that he saw a bird of fire and shadow He thought it was the bird of death come to greet him and he is about to slip away when ironically a man dressed as Encanis gives him a silver talent and warms him The last time Aleph touched them there was pain and wings tore from their backs that they might go where they wished Wings of fire and shadow Wings of iron and glass Wings of stone and bloodKvothe is indeed powerful and is not death the greatest peril of them all? Could they have in fact saved him? But why? To spit in the faces of the Chandrain who killed his family?Who knows Why notThe UniversityI happened to list a few things in case I wanted to refer back to them later onMaster Linguist ChancellorMaster Rhetorician Herma HemmMaster Archivist Lorren Amyr?Master Arithmetician BrandeurMaster Physiker ArwylMaster Chemist MandragMaster Artificer KilvinMaster Sympathist Elxa DalMaster Namer ElodinThe three most important Rules of the Chemist Label Clearly Measure Twice Eat ElsewhereMains is the oldest building at the University and apparently nearly as complicated as Hogwarts CastleIt came to my attention that Master Lorren wanted Kvothe to ignore the Chandrain and Amyr It makes me wonder I decided that it was worthy of noteThe Three Cs of SympathyCorrespondence Similarity enhances SympathyConsanguinity Once together always togetherConservation Energy cannot be created nor destroyedSympathy is based off of the laws of Thermodynamics the uantum Entanglement theory and voodoo dollsAlder Whinn we hear went crazy at the University He now has accommodations at Haven where it seems Elodin has a special fondness for him He demands that Whinn should be allowed to come and go as he pleases and that nothing should be added to his drink or food without his permission This I find curiousAnd the first Name we hear Elodin speak Cyaerbasalien and the stone broke Or in this case I suppose the stone wall moved Either way he recited the story of Taborlin while he did it replacing Taborlin's name with his own I will return to this laterAuriI can tell you stories no one has ever heard before Stories no one will ever hear again Stories about Felurian how I learned to fight from the Adem The truth about Princess ArielCould she be the Princess that Kvothe claims he 'rescued from the barrow kings'? Could she be Princess Ariel?After all she does 'pour beer as if she were among kings’It is mentioned while Simmon Wilem and Kvothe are talking of Ambrose's revenge methods that a girl named Tabitha 'made noise about how Ambrose had promised to marry her' and she disappeared We know of a young woman around Ambrose's age that lives alone on a rooftop Kvothe assumes that she must have gone insane from a too weak mind at the University However Ambrose seems to have friends in very high placesCould Auri be Tabitha? It's a weak idea sure but it's still thereAuri gives Kvothe a key and a ring Could the key be the key to the 'Doors of Stone?'If you read the Slow Regard of Silent Things she’s certainly important enough to the storyThe ring is wooden which is interesting At the Court in Vintas in the Wise Man's Fear wooden rings are exchanged as tokens of hatred We know that Ambrose's family is from Vintas How do you suppose Auri came about a ring like that if the ring is in fact what I assume it to be? And if my earlier theory about Auri being Tabitha proves true perhaps the ring came from Ambrose She claims that the ring keeps secretsIt should also be noted that Auri gives Kvothe 'Key Coin and Candle' Taborlin Stories mention Key Coin and Candle as his three toolsAuri's name is in Kvothe's mother's Trouper name L aurien Not that that should have any significanceLittle Moon FaeThe CthaehHe spoke to the Cthaeh He killed a king Could the Cthaeh have driven him to do all of the things that he's done? Could the entire story merely have been created through the will of the Cthaeh? Bast seems to think soDennaSo we all know who she is Well maybe not her name exactly but we all know that whatever he real name is it stars with a D Diane Dyanae DennaIt occurs to me that the Lay of Sir Savien Triliard may very well describe Kvothe and Denna's relationshipLove lost than found than lost againHe lost her when he left the caravan He found her at the Eolian as he is singing this song but where do you suppose he loses her for the last time? He does obviously for she is not present at the Waystone and he crushes a bottle of her favorite wine when driven to despairAs a side note when she and Kvothe talk about the Chandrian there’s a pale woman mentioned Could be a coincidence Of course the song also describes something of Lanre's story He dies and loses Lyra Lyra resurrects him and they find each other then Lyra dies and the love is lost again Odd considering that Savien is one of the Amyr There is a lot of mystery surrounding Denna's patron I read theories everywhereI think he's one of the AmyrI think he's one of the ChandrainI think it's a plot twist and he's actually a dragonI think he's possessed by a skin dancerSovoy says when Kvothe meets Denna again ‘for the first time’ that if he promised her anything to repay her that she would order him off to find her a 'leaf from the Singing Tree' on the other side of the worldI admit it's ridiculous but when I heard Singing Tree I immediately thought of the CthaehKvothe also mentions Felurian around the same time the 'Singing Tree' is mentioned I might keep referring to you as Felurian but that would lead to confusionFelurian and the Cthaeh are connected if you rememberDenna has not so far called him Dulator And if I'm remembering correctly neither did Felurian in WMF Correct me with a direct uote and page number if I'm wrong please 'My first mentor called me E'lir because I was clever and I knew it My first real lover called me Dulator because she liked the sound of it I have been called Shadicar Lightfinger and Six String I have been called Kvothe the Bloodless Kvothe the Arcane and Kvothe Kingkiller'Could there be another woman we have yet to meet?Kote and the Waystone InnBast explains that you don't merely begin to believe that you are the mask you wear but you also eventually become the mask you wear He wants 'Reshi' to open up to Chronicler in order to remember when he was a hero He's already broken down once I can only imagine what'll happen to him nextIt is mentioned that 'Kote' means 'disaster'Expect disaster every seven yearsKvotheThis is a small section but it has my most recent and exciting theory in itStarting with the less important notesKvothe's eyesThey turn frosty green when he's terrifiedMuddy when he's in a horrible state of stressDark when he's angry protective or in any way filled with adrenaline Or as Kvothe jokes 'It could be just old fashioned lust' which I suppose makes sense if I'm right about the adrenalineNormally they are a bright green with a gold ring around the pupilHe claims he gets them from his mother but his mother was dark eyedAnd both of his parents have dark hair whilst his is a fiery redWell I say he's a changeling As do many othersA changeling in case you are unaware is a fae infant that is switched with a human infant in order for the Fae infant to grow off of the human's nourishment Sort of like a cuckoo birdIt explains how he picks things up so uickly it explains why Bastas is his student It explains why he looks so different from his parentsThe changeling is mentioned a fair bit in Faerie lore thought not yet in Rothfuss’s faerie loreThe ChandrainThis is primarily about the pictures on the vase found by little Nina at the Mauthen Farm The girl describes seeing a woman holding a broken sword; a man next to a dead tree; a man with a dog biting his leg; a man with white hair and black eyes Cinder most likely; a man without a face but rather a hood with nothing inside a mirror at his feet and moons in different cycles over his head Haliax?; and a woman with some of her clothes off These are six of the sevenTheir signs of which I'm awareBlue fireRotting woodRusting metalThe Sleeping MindKvothe says that the locked memories of his family are behind the doors of his mind When Ambrose breaks his lute he is reminded of the breaking sound of his father's lute in Tarbean which probably reminds him of his father the song the scene of his dead TroupeI believe that Kvothe's sleeping mind contains these things and that when Ambrose broke his lute he released those memories and along with them the rest of his knowledge Maybe remembering is the price he has to pay to awaken his sleeping mindMeluan LacklessLady LacklessKvothe sings a short tune about her in the beginning of the first book when he was but a child His mother scolds him for insulting Lady Lackless His mother claimed that she is a real person who has real feelingsHe meets her later and she seems familiar to him but he can't uite find out whyLady Lackless had a sister that was stolen away from her by the RuhKvothe's mother was mentioned to once have been nobilityKvothe might still have familyAn aunt that shuns him for being Edema Ruh An aunt he barely even recognizes An aunt that if she recognizes him refuses to mention it But still she is an auntAs Kvothe is so fond of saying a half of a loaf is better than none right?The Thrice Locked BoxA box to hold the name of the moon kept by Jax in the old Faerie storyA box belonging to Meluan Lackless that does not have a seamA chest in Kote's inn seamless according to Bast thrice locked Kvothe looks upon the chest with longingElodin panics at the mention of someone changing their name referring to their true nameKote KvotheJust remove that 'v' and 'h'Could that chest contain 'Kvothe?' Is that what Kote wants but can't stand to think about?What does that box contain that is so important to him? His name his shaed what?Kvothe and ElodinKote is to Kvothe as Elodin is to TaborlinA possible direct parallelKote is undercover at an inn Elodin at a school where he is Master NamerHe's been to the Faen Realm as he so obviously reveals when he identifies Kvothe's Shaed He also apparently knows a smattering of AdemicCould he have blown past the years of Taborlin in Fae and returned as Elodin? And if not do we know if Taborlin had children? That is if he isn't merely a storyBut don't all stories have some truth to them?Kvothe tries to open up to the young Blacksmith boy at the InnElodin tries to open up to Kvothe at the Asylum in a way Of course he did order him to jump off a roofAnd he tells the story of Taborlin yet he uses his own name in Taborlin's place shattering stone and breaking out of the prisonHe seems young yet seems to possess knowledge of someone much olderMaybe I'm thinking about this backwards Time goes by faster for a man in Fae than in real life right? So if that were so wouldn't he be older than he actually is? Of course it has flaws but it makes eual bits of sense and nonsense and ultimately it's extremely frustratingOther notable thingsThere are ten words to break a strong man's will could these ten word have been spoken to Kvothe breaking his power?Wisdom precludes boldnessThe scrael the war all my faultBast demands of Chronicler not to ask Kote why he can’t do sympathyThe Number SevenSeven ChandrainExpect disaster every seven yearsSeven men didn't cross to Tehlu's side in Trapis' storyIs six a good number?”Well for a lucky number I'd have to go down to three or up to seven KvotheIt took Kvothe seven days start to finish to memorize all of the runes for SygladryLackless keeps seven things beneath her black dressThat's it for now


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    Chronicler awoke refreshed the following morning and he walked down to the bar at the Waystone Inn awaiting Kvothe’s arrival to finish the story he had told the past two days But as the day wore on and the hours turned from morning until noon until night Kvothe never came When Bast showed up as the sun was setting Chronicler asked where his master was 
“He needs his sleep” Bast said “How can you begrudge him that?” 
“Of course” Chronicler said “Do you have any idea when he’s going to wake up?”“He’s not your bitch” Bast repliedAs he retired to his room that night Chronicler poked his head in to Kvothe’s room to make sure he was still breathing Kvothe was awake playing solitaire “Chronicler” Kvothe said smiling “Check out these cool cards Aren’t they awesome?”“Well yes I suppose so” he said “I was surprised though when you didn’t come down to finish the story”
“I will finish soon” Kvothe said “And like Aslan I call all times ‘soon’ ”Chronicler didn’t know who Aslan was but he didn't want to pry Kvothe after all was not his bitch Not even a little bit The next morning Chronicler was up before sunrise and as he walked down to the common room of the Waystone he saw Kvothe waiting on a handful of customers who had come for breakfast“Hey look it’s Chronicler” Kvothe cried “Everyone say hello to Chronicler”Three people waved One unsuccessfully tried to stifle a fart so foul it would have killed a king 
Chronicler waved back turned to Kvothe and said “Do you want to get started?”“Way ahead of you” Kvothe said He handed him a clutch of papers the included eight pages of crude drawings of a girl making soap Chronicler looked at the drawings and tilted his head “I don’t understand”“It’s soap” Kvothe said “Everyone needs soap” 
“Yes but it’s not a story” Chronicler said “And it’s certainly not your story”“So?”“So people expect certain things from a story If people read this story looking for those things they wouldn’t get them so they’ll be dissatisfied”
“Fuck those people” Kvothe said The crowd murmured their assent to this sentiment and one started speaking in a strange language which led Bast to think perhaps he was a skin dancer but it turned out he was just Pentecostal 
Chronicler turned to look at Bast who gave him a thumbs up and threw a knife at him Chronicler ducked and the blade lodged itself in the ear of the farting guy 

When it was clear that he wasn’t going to get any info out Chronicler went back to his room where Bast joined him in short order 
Can you help explain what’s going on?” Chronicler asked Bast sneered an evil sneer “He doesn’t owe you anything” he said 
“Well no he doesn’t but it would still be nice to get the end of the story”
“What part of ‘he’s not your bitch’ do you not understand?” Bast asked sneering an even eviler sneer than the one he had just sneered which was in and of itself already pretty evil “Well most of it” Chronicler said “All of it really I never said he was my bitch He just said he was going to finish his story and now that he won't finish his story and ”At that moment Kvothe burst into the room “Guys good news I have a big announcement to make”
Chronicler smiled “You’re going to finish the story?”Kvothe smirked “What? No” He then held out two small bags of stones “Look I made tinker’s packs Who wants one?” Chronicler reached out his hand to take one but Kvothe pulled the sacks back “Buy two get one free” he scowled “I’m not your bitch” He then smiled and skipped out of the room throwing playing cards over his shoulders as he frolicked down the stairs “What do you mean you ‘don’t get it?’” Bast said extra sneeringly “Did you see how happy he is? Don’t you want him to be happy?”“Well yes I”
“DIDN’T YOU SEE HIM FROLIC?”“I saw him frolic certainly but”
“Repeat after me NOT YOUR BITCH”“If it’s all the same I’d rather not”Bast’s eyes bulged out like Large Marge in Pee Wee’s Big Adventure and then there was a puff of sulfury smoke and he was gone but not at all like Nightcrawler from the X Men who Bast sort of resembles if you think about it So the next morning Chronicler woke up and found that Kvothe had gone on tour to sell his cards and tinker’s packs Chronicler sighed and then he began to weep as he realized that Kvothe wasn’t his bitch he Chronicler was actually KVOTHE’S bitch At that point Chronicler took up residence in the Waystone Inn waiting for Kvothe to return Days turned into weeks and then months to years Occasionally he received letters where Kvothe complained about politics and others where he tried to sell him stuff and one with a story about a cat but there was no word at all as to when or if Kvothe would actually finish the story Chronicler would write back and he would ask politely whether or not Kvothe had any intention of finishing the tale he had started so long ago Kvothe finally came home six and a half years later and Chronicler was overjoyed to see him “How was your journey?”“It was fine except for your letters” Kvothe snarked snarkily “What?” Chronicler said “What do you mean?”“When you ask about day three “ he made a whiny noise “ ‘Wheeeen’s day threee?' That’s what y'all sound like to me when you “ He made another whiny noise You know like the sound of of like a nail being dragged across my teeth combined with the smell of someone who just shit on themselves That's the sound it makes in my head when you are like ‘When’s day three you said we would be done years ago’ “Just then an asteroid hit Temerant and everyone was wiped out in an extinction level event Also Denna was a dude the whole time The end


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    While it's nice to see folks out there giving this book five stars and in some cases even reviewing it I'll admit that I'm kinda puzzled After thinking it over for a while I've realized there's only one explanation for thisTime travelers love my books This is strangely reassuring as it lets me know that eventually I do finish my revisions and the book turns out good enough so that I still have a following out there in the big ball of wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff that I like to think of as the future I would also like to say future readers that I appreciate your taking time to read and review my books It's really flattering knowing that even with time travel technology at your disposal you'd rather read my stuff and mention it here on goodreads rather than say hunt dinosaurs get drunk with da Vinci or pants Hitler Secondly I'd like to say if you're The Doctor and you're reading this I would make an excellent traveling companion I know you normally tend to hang out with pretty young women and robot dogs And honestly? I respect that Still I bring certain things to the table Humor witty banter and a beard that will allow me to blend in seamlessly with any pre industrial Germanic culture I'm also an excellent kisser and play a mean game of Settlers of Catan Just throwing it out there Lastly if any of you happen to have a digital copy of the book you'd like to e mail me I'd really appreciate it I'd love to see the five star version of the book because right now the one I'm toiling away at is about a three an a half in my opinion It would save me a lot of work if I could just skip to the end and publish it Sincerely yours pat


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    One star Because holy fuck We see you We see you at Comic Con and at NerdCon and at PAX We see you doing this podcast And that podcast We see you writing short stories novellas and contributing to anthologies We see you hawking Kickstarter shit and writing for video games We now see that you're doing some nonsense about ancient gods and monsters on the History Channel really The History Channel? Really? We see you traveling here and traveling there We see you with Worldbuilders We see you writing approximately 10000 words for your blog each weekIf you can do all that I know and so does everyone else at this point that you have had time to finish your book and for whatever reasons I can certainly speculate that it has a lot to do with you being so scared you'd rather hide under copious amounts of blankets than release the final book and possibly have to read a negative review of it based solely upon the contents of the book rather than your readers' growing impatience you're choosing not to Instead you're choosing to play Neil Gaiman which is all well and fine except that Neil Gaiman isn't doing everything he's doing instead of the one thing he promised his readers a decade ago So I don't know Maybe in seven years you'll release book three Maybe it will be as good as the two proceeding it Maybe it will be a hot pile of steaming horseshit What I do know is that I and I'm sure multitudes of others will never read anything ongoing by you again


  5. says:

    I started reading this series because I was looking for something to read while waiting for the Winds of WinterI mean what's a better way to get over your obsession with an unfinished series than getting obsessed with yet another one right? So my new policy NEVER start reading a fantasy series unless all the books are out Fantasy authors are demons who are put on this earth to crush your soul and suck the life out of you while you wait endless years for the next installment So you know what Patrick Rothfuss ?I'll just wait right here


  6. says:

    They called him Rothfuss the RuthlessRothfuss the RuggardRothfuss the RighteousHe had earned those names Bought and paid for themThey say he could stop a man's heart with one wordFinished


  7. says:

    When you wait a few span or month to hear a finished song the anticipation adds savor But after a year excitement begins to sour Kvothe The Name of the Wind Ch 12What happens after 5 years?


  8. says:

    Dear PatI don’t want to sound impatient but I can’t help but wonder when you’re finally going to grace us with your last book You see I’m a sucker for statistics and I did my math so I thought about a lot of things you might be interested in The results were pretty alarming and I’m fairly certain you might be inclined to agree with me XDSo without further ado I’m going to give you a few reasons to publish “Doors of Stone” a little sooner1 “The Name of the Wind” was first published on March 27 2007 so that means that it’s been 11 and a half years since the first book of your trilogy was released2 A 15 year old teen who read it when it hit the stores would be around 26 years old by now Just four years and shehe’s been waiting half of his life for the end of your series uite an achievement I’ll give you that ; P3 When “The Name of the Wind” was published you were 34 years old I have to trust Wikipedia on that one hope it’s correct I know in some cases age can be uite a touchy subject ; P You seem to have an awesome humour though so I guess you won’t hold it against me right? 4 Anyway you were 34 years old when the first book got out you were four years older when “The Wise Man’s Fear” hit the stores So 38 The release date was March 1 2011 Double the years and we have eight years which would mean “Doors of Stone” should get out in March 2019? Wouldn’t that be a nice marketing strategy? At least that way no one could claim you’re not consistent ; Update 2019 07 13 Okay new theory since March 2019 has passed and the book wasn't released What about adding 7 years after The Slow Regard of Silent Things? It got out in October 2014 so about 3 years after The Wise Man's Fear and The Name of the Wind got out in 2007 so four years before that Which makes 7 in total so that would mean October 2014 plus 7 years is October 2021? XD5 So I was 19 when “The Kingkiller Chronicle” started I’m 30 now You were 34 when it started you’re 45 now I think it’s safe to say that both of us won’t get any younger If you can prove me otherwise please write me a message and share your knowledge I’m sure me and supposedly the rest of the world would be very interested in the concept of eternal youth ; Truth be told you might even earn money with this kind of knowledge than with your last book Oh damn Am I giving you ideas? Scratch that we definitely want to read your last book the mystery of the philosopher’s stone can wait a few years 6 Your beard looks lovely and I’m sure it would look great on the back cover of that last book ; P7 Don’t make me buy a 10 year special edition of “The Wise Man’s Fear” before “Doors of Stone” is out Would be so not cool and you’re cool I know that you are nod nods XDWell I hope those were enough reasons If not you can always write me and I’ll make sure to come up with another bunch of than just good reasons I’m a very creative person I can handle it ; PKind regardsVirginia – The Sassy Library Fox


  9. says:

    One of the most obvious but not at the time potential reason for the loss of Kvothe's powers and transformation into Kote is actually in the first chapter of The Name of the Wind He called himself Kote He had chosen the name carefully when he came to this place He had taken a new name for most of the usual reasons and for some of the unusual reasons as well not the least of which was the fact that Names were important himIt's easy to disregard this as significant so early in the series since it occurs before the reader knows the importance of Naming in the story Given that sentence I would say that Kvothe sealed his own powers since it is inferred that he changed his name to Kote purposely and of his own volition knowing the conseuences of changing a true name It would also make sense why Bast refers to healing Kvothe as drawing him out of himself Since Patrick Rothfuss wrote the entire trilogy before the first book was published the time spent between releases have been on edits such early foreshadowing is a definite possibilityJust a few thoughts


  10. says:

    Yeah sorry thanks but no thanks Don’t care any Won’t be buying it Won’t be reading it Hyping up for a book that is seemingly never going to be published is just a waste of time and effort When an author spends nearly 7 years working on a book that he publicly stated than a decade ago was already written and then goes on to spend ridiculous amounts of time touring and making appearances Twitch streaming his gaming habit running a dozen or so kickstarters doing some really sketchy asking for donations writing an entire novel’s worth of blog posts about nothing every year and generally looks like he’s doing everything but actually working on the book I tend to lose interest and respect Asking for donations while twitch streaming to decide whether or not he’ll go write for a few hours that right there that is enough to justify my opinion of him as a person and my lack of respect for him as an artist After the way he’s treated his fans with his complete lack of work ethics I think he’s going to find that he doesn’t have any fans any by the time he finally gets this book out in another 3 or 4 years He’s even now blaming Donald Trump for the fact that the book isn’t done yet Just fuck off Rothfuss Seriously Fuck offJust go look at reader reviews on this site for the book and you’ll see a pretty clear picture 90% of the comments I’ve read are negative Fans that are angry Fans that don’t care any Fans that are sick of Rothfuss talking down to them and treating them like crap Fans that have moved on to other things Fans that refuse to pay money for the book on general principle Fans that say they will purposely wait a few months to buy the book so that their purchase doesn’t help the book become a bestseller on release Fans that are now looking back on the first two books and wondering why they liked them so much There’s a few comments from people that are still hyped up for the book But a lot of them are years old by now Few are recent There are a few comments defending Rothfuss and his crazy lack of work ethic But those are dwindling in number from the last time I checked The point is that the huge fanbase that he once had looks like it is evaporating and by the time the book actually comes out I don’t know how many will actually be left I certainly plan to never buy or read this book When you’re an enormously popular author like Stephen King for instance have a good four dozen books under your belt and a long and storied career spanning decades making your name a household name you can take seven years to write another book in your twilight years When you’ve published a grand total of two books in a single decade long writing career in a comparatively small and niche genre on top of it your name and your series doesn’t really have the staying power and you’re probably going to find out the hard way what procrastination gets you I imagine that his publisher is just about ready to drop him by now Everyone in my family has heard of Stephen King Some of them have read some books others have seen movies but all of them know who he is and what he is famous for None of them have heard of Patrick Rothfuss and couldn’t give a rat’s ass about him either way See how that works?I’ve worked on the outside edge of the publishing industry If an up and coming author goes 5 6 years over his deadline that’s a contract breaker right there It doesn’t matter how popular he might appear or how many copies that one book might sell Most publishers just won’t want to have to deal with him any after that And he’s going to have a hard sell to any other publishers for any book that’s not a completed standalone for the rest of his life because of it and even then not many publishers are going to want to risk it When he’s not producing books regularly he’s not making them money They could grab another less known author and contract them and sell just as many books over seven years with his 2 4 that he’ll get out in that time than they will with one Patrick Rothfuss book And one of them is infinitely easier to work with When you show yourself unable or unwilling to meet contract deadlines and have THIS MUCH shit a publisher can point to and say “so you were doing all of this but the work we contracted you to do went years longer than you said it would” you’re breaking a business promise And businesses remember that sort of thing They tell their friends and competition You broke a business deal in a spectacular way that’s going to get around and no one will want to work with you Especially in a case where you are a newcomer to the market and have a grand total of two books under your belt Two books in over a decade with no third in sight that’s enough to give even the most greedy publisher pause Oh sure he's probably got enough fans that he could probably make a living self publishing on Kindle or whatever but it's not just publishers that are going to be wary of him Fans are likewise going to be pretty wary of picking up anything new that he publishes that isn't a completed standalone No one wants to wait a decade for the end of a trilogy or longer for the completion of a new series especially if there are going to be seven year stretches of nothing to keep you goingSo yeah I don’t care any Honestly I haven’t really cared since I read the second book almost seven years ago I felt that it was a pretentious pile of garbage with no point or purpose I’ll wait 7 years for an A Song of Ice and Fire book or a Stephen King book I actually like them But from an author who has written two books period 50% of which are crap no thanks People like to tell me that there were a lot of long waits between Wheel of Time books which I’ve often stated is my favorite book series And that is true There were a lot of long waits for books in that series But here’s the thing The longest I ever had to wait for a Wheel of Time book was five years and that was because the author freaking died Usually it was like 2 25 years at the most The first five or so including the longest book in the series came out yearly In the time it’s taken Patrick Rothfuss to publish two books in his trilogy Robert Jordan published eight books of HIS trilogy There’s a marked difference in work ethics there and I enjoyed the Wheel of Time a hell of a lot than I ever did either of Rothfuss’ books Even the bad ones were better than anything I’ve read from RothfussSo anyway after that long and meandering stream of me bitching about things that aren’t important here’s the TL;DR NOPE Patrick Rothfuss can fade away into obscurity where he belongs for all I care and good riddance to him


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