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Exciting times ahead…

I’m looking forward to an update about Doors of Stone by Patrick Rothfuss. It’s the third and final instalment of the Kingkiller Chronicles, which began way back in 2007 with The Name of the Wind. The second novel in the trilogy, The Wise Man’s Fear, was released in 2011, and fans have been itching for a conclusion since. Rothfuss and his team have been elusive about when we’ll get to read the finale, and readers are torn between respect for Rothfuss and his craft and impatience at the lack of information. The series is one of my favourites and follows a magician named Kvothe who is telling his life story to another man over the course of three days (hence the three books). Kvothe has grown to be a notorious wizard, but the trilogy’s opening work focuses on his origin, narrating his childhood and education. It’s truly a masterpiece and a staple of the fantasy genre. 

28/01/2020

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Ellie Robson



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