The Wise Man's Fear: The Kingkiller Chronicle: Book 2 by Patrick Rothfuss
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The Wise Man's Fear: Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 2 Audiobook by Patrick Rothfuss revolves around the story of a hero whose rivalry with the global forces is just on the rise. On his visit to Vintas, his life takes another turn as he becomes involved in the social politics.
Kvothe, the hero, in his attempt to gain the favor, discovers assassination attempt. In order to solve the mystery, he creates a group behind itself of missionaries in order to know what’s going on. Soon enough, he finds that the assassination attempt in the army which was designated to carry the same is associated with the death of his parents as well. Things get even murkier after that.
Kvothe, also, comes across a man by the name of Felurian who is a stable and also who does not let any man survive. Kvothe, on the other hand, stands out as an exception to this occurrence. Kvothe thereafter becomes a legend and finds out how difficult life is when you stand up to your principles and your time finally comes.
The Wise Man's Fear: Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 2 Audiobook is much more focused on the plot as compared to the predecessor. Even though throughout the audiobook, there were some distractions but they were far less as compared to the predecessor. This is what I really liked. The plot is actually pretty interesting which ensures that as long as the author is able to stick to the main plot, the book is pretty interesting.
The adventure of Kvothe is pretty gripping but not without any flaws. The floors are deliberately included by the author in order to give a human touch to his legend personality. However, at times things actually seem out of place due to which the book has its own ups and downs. The main plot however is riveting enough to pull you through the book.
The Wise Man's Fear: Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 2 Audiobook online is the easier track to listen. The audio is pretty clear which makes it much more interesting. As for the plot, even though, it has its own ups and downs but it is still worthy of a listen due to the fact that the story is gripping in parts. Moreover, as compared to the predecessor, this book is a great improvement as the side plots are pretty limited and the author mostly focuses on the central core theme of the book.