Reddit Reddit reviews The Name of the Wind (Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 1)

We found 6 Reddit comments about The Name of the Wind (Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 1). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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6 Reddit comments about The Name of the Wind (Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 1):

u/vrlkd · 3 pointsr/artc


I am /u/vrlkd (Strava), been around a while but my posting frequency fluctuates between being overly active and AWOL. I am more consistent with my Slack participation. I'm based in London and can regularly be found at my local parkrun.

  1. 2,017 miles for the year would be sweet.
  2. I ran a low 18s 5k in May before getting injured, so I would like to break 18:00 before the end of the year.
  3. I've a bunch of books to read (next on my list is Sapiens and The Name of the Wind). Other than that, simply to stay healthy and positive. To enjoy life.
u/Stormblessed117 · 2 pointsr/Cosmere

If you guys are fans of jewelry there is a site that sells cosmere related items. For example, me and my best friend got the adolin and dalinar shardblade necklaces because we relate to those two characters. There are also mistborn rings you can inscribe with your own message/word, and some other cool pieces. Other gifts Ive gotten and loved included other fantasy books I hadn’t read yet. I’ve heard great things about the king killer chronicle and intend to give those a try. I’m certain others on this thread can give great recommendations as well. I also received some money for the cosmere tattoo I had wanted for about a year, which was a wonderful surprise from my sister. Whatever his favorite metal, order, rune, or element from a Sanderson book, I’m sure there’s a way to give him a personal and meaningful token of that thing. Another book that isn’t related to sanderson but are philosophical pieces are “American philosophy: a love story” and “hiking with Nietzsche” both authored by John Kaag, whom was a college professor of mine. Both books are wonderful stories about love from a philosophical viewpoint, sharing the undertones of many Sanderson books. Both are great reads that taught me a lot if your husband enjoys philosophy/the deeper meanings to sandersons books. If you’re interested in other recommendations, feel free to pm me. Good luck!

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u/elliehoops · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think you would love the Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss. The thirds and final book is yet to be released but they are an absoolutely wonderful read :D

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Second Book

u/SaysNotBad · 1 pointr/KingkillerChronicle

not sure about those, but I bought the UK covers and they look amazing on my shelf

u/JRR92 · 1 pointr/Fantasy

I'm not overly keen on either, the version I own is by far my favourite.