The Name of the Wind Audiobook (The Kingkiller Chronicle, Book 1) – By Patrick Rothfuss

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The Name of the Wind Audiobook likewise alluded to as The Kingkiller Chronicle: Day One, is a gallant dream novel composed by American creator Patrick Rothfuss. It is the main book in the continuous dream set of three The Kingkiller Chronicle, trailed by The Wise Man’s Fear. It was distributed on March 27, 2007, by DAW Books.

The Name of The Wind Audiobook – Details And Review:

Name: The Name of The Wind Audiobook
Author: Patrick Rothfuss.
Published: March 27, 2007
Series: The Kingkiller Chronicle, Book 1
Genre: Heroic Fantasy, Epic Fantasy.
Rating: 4.5 Star

The Name of The Wind Audiobook

It received mixed reviews. Many media journals reviewed it positively and many readers presented their critics as well. It largely received positive reviews.

Plot Review

The Kingkiller Chronicle happens in the anecdotal universe of Temerant, an enormous landmass of which the known part, called the Four Corners of Civilization, is separated into a few particular countries and societies. A significant part of the world follows a religion comparable, however not indistinguishable, to middle age Christianity.

Coinciding close by the human world is the domain of The Fae, an equal universe occupied by otherworldly animals which can move between the two domains just when the moon is full. Enchantment exists in Temerant, as well, yet submits to a clear-cut arrangement of decisions and rules that must be taken advantage of by the individuals who have prepared in its expert and logical use.

About the Author:

Patrick James Rothfuss (June 6, 1973) is an American essayist of an epic dream. He is most popular for his projected set of three The Kingkiller Chronicle, which has won him a few honors, including the 2007 Quill Award for his introduction novel, The Name of the Wind.

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