The Wise Man's Fear: The Kingkiller Chronicle: Day Two - Patrick Rothfuss

I am going to go through severe withdrawal when I am done with this book. I get why everyone is clamouring for the next one now. 


When he left the university,

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I was a little concerned (since I was having a horrifying amount of fun there), but I'm still enjoying things quite a bit. Some of the first bits were laugh-out-loud-in-the-coffee-shop funny, though. 


I love the interludes and I'm interested to see how the story progresses in the "modern day," but I'm just enjoying the hell out of all of it. I like Kvothe. I can see how he would annoy some people, but I find him larger-than-life in the best possible way and just a generally pleasant companion on the long, slow (in the best possible sense) journey I am taking with this series.