Alas. I have managed to finish this book.
Some parts were excruciatingly monotonous, arcs that I felt very tedious and add little to the main plot, but it did little to drench my fiery love for this red-haired unassuming innkeeper.
My review is pretty much the same as book one except for the harsh points I have mentioned above.
In book two, we have more adventures, heart breaking scenes and gut-wrenching actions. We also uncover parts of the Four Corners of Civilization, Vintas and Ademre, which I think had the best and worst moments. This is most important when you read this series. It is not your usual story plot of introduction-climax-resolution, you will be disappointed. The main plot is overshadowed with so many subplots you’d think the main plot is the subplot. The book was somewhat anticlimactic for me as Kvothe is telling the story himself, so when he’s in a life threatening condition you just know he’ll live.
This book is not about a hero bred to defeat armies or dragons. It’s the story of Kvothe. It’s his story, his defeats and his victories.
Book two pretty much built an enthusiasm so great I can even compare it to the Promise of Spring.
I recently came to know that this was already commissioned for a movie, a TV series and a video game. I think that is enough for you to pick this book and read it.
Rating: 5/5 stars