Truly a fascinating narrative, well-told and replete with specific (but understandable by lay readers) medical facts. The characters were well-drawn and 3-dimensional. Can't wait for a sequel!
Wowee wow! I didn't know about the Bridge City event until I just read this. Now I have to figure out how to carve some time out of my fun-filled Friday evening of changing diapers.
Great interview. Thanks for posting this. I've just finished reading the book and it's great to see how much thought, work, and love Pat has put into it.
Great interview. I just loved the heck out of it!
I find it both interesting and frustrating that Book 3 is going to be the end of Kvothe's story. I've heard a lot of readers assuming that Rothfuss will 'follow up' on the initial trilogy with Kvothe's life after the Waystone, but I don't think this is the author's goal.
Another point: The detailed worldbuilding by Rothfuss that informs but doesn't obstruct the progress of the narrative is something that really makes him a special author. You know the information on the world has been thought out, but they aren't necessarily dumped on the reader immediately, which makes learning about the world when information on it is revealed a treat instead of a chore.
This is a great interview. I like how it's longer. I haven't read these books but I probably will now. It seems like the subtext of a lot of this interview is the failure of George R. R. Martin to finish Game of Thrones. It sounds like Mr. Rothfuss will finish his series.
I can't even say how much this comic being canceled bums me out. I suppose it doesn't have fucking Wolverine in it so Marvel can't really get behind it.
I'm glad I get to say "I went to high school with this guy" in a story like this than in one about pedestrians getting hit by cars or something. Ethan rocks.
I was going to read this book but became distracted by a game of nine pins.
Does this book or the zionist field trip it discusses ever touches apon the subject of Apartheid underwhich the Palestinians suffer on a daily, unrelenting basis?
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Darwyn Cooke is to the graphic novel what Alison Hallett is to arts reviews. Nice one!
If we could travel back to when critters diverged into interior sperm depositation, therein lies the first of the fittest. resources were conserved, a next generation virtually guaranteed. Sex is wired into the amygdala of our brain, the oldest section of the brain and the first to appear in the head of animals: Most likely lizards, the oldest living example of evolutiion.
They as we smell our objects of sexual desire, thru a veromosnal nerve which comes from the nose,the only nerve wired directly to the brain. We actually smell a receptive person, and if the chemistry is right, they will mate, in a frenzy of sexual congresses. When the female becomes inpregnated, her smell changes, the male is no longer turned on,
except for the fact we are actually meant to be mostly monogamous, and the feel of her vagina around his penis, makes him fall in love and stay.
Does not destroy that pesky veromonasal nerve going straight back to his brain. All of a sudden he has a choice, head for the next available, ready female, or stay with the one he is with, usually he will try to do both.
A lingering question from "Down the Street," which I read some years ago: How is Marlys pronounced? Mair-liss? Mar-liss? Mair-lees?
@torresland: Hi Ron!
So I drift online while pretending to be sick at work and on IMDB I stumble onto a video recount of Guillermo del Toro which I discover is recounted by non-other than this douchebag...ERIK FLABNAGGIN HENRIKSEN! I immediately feel like Gene Hackman looking out the window as Owen Wilson sneaks out of Gwenyth Paltrow's room...."I KNOW YOU *SSHOLE!). Thank you Portland Mercury for allowing this sorry nerd to have an occupation...previous residents of Caldwell Idaho Salute YOU! BTW Ralph Smeed died...did you know that?
For people who find this particular brand of subject matter interesting, I kindly suggest snagging this fairly comprehensive collection of female-fronted punk rock spanning from 1977-1989:
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