the wise man's fear
"I've always liked moonless nights best. It's easier to say things in the dark. It's easier to be yourself." Rothfuss strikes again with Book II of the The Kingkiller Chronicles. (Warning: he has not finished the third book, so if you decide to read this one you will end up joining the club of tens of thousands of angry and impatient fans.) The story deepens as Kvothe travels across the lands, away from what he knows. New scenery and additional characters, but the same beautiful descriptive writing that entrances you.