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Thanks for the add! Actually I just passed through your profile about a minute ago when I saw you were on. Kind of weird that you would add me when that happened!
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Thanks for the link to that review too, made me super excited to get my hands on Bakkers next novel.
enough to understand that men play a role in pregnancy. I don't know what he was trying to accomplish with that scene but it really took me out of the story.
The part where the Adem didn't believe men contributed to pregnancy really rubbed me the wrong way too. Up to that point Rothfuss had done a really good job showing that characters besides Kvothe were intelligent. The way that scene played out made the Adem, a relatively intelligent group, look like a bunch of half wits. Even the most primitive civilizations in human history were intelligent
I pretty much agree with you completely. I also feel like Kvothe didn't really grow much as a character. Rothfuss has left a lot of loose ends and its going to be hard to tie everything up in one novel. That said I agree with you in that the writing was amazing and overall I did really enjoy the book. It just seems like Rothfuss fell prey to the classic middle novel dilemma.
So did you get a chance to read Wise Man's Fears, what did you think? I have my own thoughts but I'm interested to see what you made of it.
haha yea I can't wait. It's pretty rare to have two great books released so close to each other. Now I just have to decide which I'm going to read first and whether I should buy them as ebooks or not. I like seeing the books in my bookshelf but its so much more convenient to just hop online and buy them when they release.
Back to VGchartz for the first time in forever. Kind of miss it, honestly. Wonder how much of the "old guard" is still kicking around.
Also I just realized that R. Scott Bakker's new novel and Patrick Rothfuss's new novel both come out March 2011. Going to be a good month for reading :D
Thanks same to you. I actually bought the Judging Eye a while ago and read it. It was a great addition to the series although I do wish Kellhus had played a bigger part in the novel and Cnaiur missing from the story was unfortunate. I think if the novel had been a little longer he could have expanded the story better. Since we have such similar tastes can you recommend me any new reads?
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Well I agree with him on that point, easily (hardcore comic book fans make us gamers look like Church Lady), but... well, is acting that-a-way a normal thing for the guy?
I will give him the benefit of the doubt in deference to your opinion, then, but he still worded his criticism of Arkham Asylum very poorly.