The Name of the Wind

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Written By: Patrick Rothfuss
Narrated By: Nick Podehl
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Duration: 27 Hours 59 Minutes

Book Rating: stars_4-5





Summary: My name is Kvothe I have stolen princesses back from sleeping barrow kings. I burned down the town of Trebon. I have spent the night with Felurian and left with both my sanity and my life. I was expelled from the University at a younger age than most people are allowed in. I tread paths by moonlight that others fear to speak of during day. I have talked to Gods, loved women, and written songs that make the minstrels weep. You may have heard of me. So begins a tale unequaled in fantasy literature – the story of a hero told in his own voice. It is a tale of sorrow, a tale of survival, a tale of one man’s search for meaning in his universe, and how that search, and the indomitable will that drove it, gave birth to a legend….Read more.

User Reviews

Max R.

stars_4 Awesome! Loved it from the first page to the last and thought the narrator did an excellent job!



Brad P.

stars_4-5 great. great. great! book is great. narrator is great. I love this series!



William P.

stars_4 Very creative story. I’ve read a ton of fantasy books over the years and thought this one was really engaging. Not like your other “typical” fantasy novels that can be hard to break into their world, but the author does a great job of not assuming you understand his world until he shows it to you. Overall I enjoyed it very much.

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Patrick Rothfuss: The Name of the Wind Audio Book Summary

Because of the success of the Game Of Thrones series, more readers than ever are showing an interest in fantasy fiction. This has caused a lot of readers to take notice of a book called The Name Of The Wind, which is by an author named Patrick Rothfuss.

patrick rothfuss the name of the wind audiobook quotesThe Name Of The Wind isn’t actually a standalone novel; it’s the first book in a series called The Kingkiller Chronicle. The series follows a man named Kvothe, who is both an adventurer and a musician. Some parts are set in the present, told by a narrator, and other parts are set in the past and feature narration from Kvothe himself.

The book starts out with some characters discussing the various things that they’ve heard about Kvothe. Some say that he’s the reason that they’re currently at war, and others have heard that he killed a king. Some have heard more favorable things, such as tales about his skills with magic, music, and a sword.

From there, we get to see the story from the perspective of Kvothe. He talks about his childhood, where he grew up with a band of traveling performers. He talks about the various kinds of training that he received, and his interest in learning how to call the wind.

After the members of his troupe are killed, Kvothe is left alone. He becomes a beggar, and saves his money until he can afford to go to university. While he is heading to his destination, he meets a young woman named Denna, who he quickly develops feelings for.

Kvothe begins to attend university, although the money he has saved isn’t enough to cover the cost of tuition. He gains a lot of attention for his skills, which gets him negative attention from some of the school’s wealthier students. Thankfully, he finds an additional source of income after he starts playing the lute at a local tavern.

While at the school, Kvothe takes advantage of the university archives so that he can find out more information on the death of his troupe. This gets him banned from the archives. During this time, he also grows closer to Denna. Denna joins him on his quest, which eventually culminates in Kvothe slaying a deadly beast.

Back in the present, the characters who were discussing Kvothe find themselves under attack by a strange merchant. Someone reaches out to the person recording Kvothe’s story and asks them to focus more on his heroic exploits.

Although the book has a satisfying conclusion, it’s clear that the story is not done being told. Readers who want to know what’s coming next for Kvothe will have to pick up the next book in the series, which is called The Wise Man’s Fear.

A lot of readers have enjoyed this book, and many people recommend the Kingkiller Chronicle series highly. Anyone who’s passionate about fantasy novels should give this book a closer glance. It’s likely that they’ll like what they see.