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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Wise Man's Fear: The Kingkiller Chronicle 2 (Taschenbuch)
The first book of the series was very well written with developed characters and an interesting story line. It was gripping and difficult to put down.
This book is different. Many of the episodes are longwinded and the author uses a lot of unnecessary words to describe situations. Some of the episodes are irrelevant and add nothing to the overall plot.
The ending is also a disappointment and could cause some readers to not bother with the next book. This is supposed to be a trilogy but with some authors writing just for the sake of selling extra books (Tad Williams - Shadowrise, Shadowheart) it is possible that this series could go on for a long time. I hope not.
I hope the author can get back to the precise, descriptive style that he showed in the first book. I thought he was extremely talented. I hope success has not gone to his head.
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Ersteintrag: 21.05.2011 17:03:14 GMT+02:00
Logen Ninefingers meint:
He has said there will be only one more book, so don't worry about that.
What is important to keep in mind is that he wrote this as a fictional autobiography, not like a normal story. Not everything in Kovthe's life is important to the Chandrian / Kingkiller plotarchs. I had the same idea as you, but when you keep in mind that this is about a guys life, not just about revenge, the girl, or whatever, it makes more sense. I also doubt all of the numerous plotlines will come together in one gigantic climax at the end of book three, to be honest. It isn't set up that way.
He's still very good, and I can't wait for book three, though it will take a few years.
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