"There are three things all wise men fear: the sea in storm, a night with no moon, and the anger of a gentle man."
The Wise Man's Fear - Patrick Rothfuss
Series: The Kingkiller Chronicle Book 2
My husband I recently went on our honeymoon to New York. After my love for "The Name of the Wind", I opted to bring it's sequel with me. It fit my preferred traveling criteria; paper, chunky enough to last, and interesting enough to get me through the long flights. Somehow during my honeymoon of all times, I nearly finished it. If that's not an indication of how much I enjoyed this book, I don't know what is.
The second novel of the Kingkiller Chronicles continues to follow Kvothe on his adventures around the university and beyond. This novel sees Kvothe's true legend come to life. Even in the young age of his teens, the world is only hearing the beginning the Kvothe the Bloodless.
I thoroughly enjoyed "A Wise Man's Fear". Possibly more then "The Name of the Wind" (though obviously one cannot exist without the other). The adventures are wider, the perils deeper, and it's not over yet.