Patrick Rothfuss does it again with his second novel The Wise Man's Fear. Continuing from his first novel, The Name of the Wind, Rothfuss provides a daring adventure for our young Kvothe. It's the second day of Kvothe's story, and as he tells his tale, he strays from The University where he travels abroad meeting a new cast of interesting characters. Nothing stops Kvothe from being just as brash and over confident as the last time we heard of his adventures and Rothfuss adds even more depth to him. This book is just as good as the first one and is extremely difficult to put down.
Kvothe continues on his quest to reclaim the honor of his family in the Fae realm and learn the truth about the death of his parents and Amyr, the Chandrian.