What do The Kingkiller Chronicle and Altered Carbon have in common? Listen to this week's batch of Page of the Wind episodes and learn about the perils of adaptation in the latest blog!
This week on the internet’s favourite Kingkiller Chronicle podcast, we bid a fond farewell to Abenthy, preview our first ever interview, and more!
This week on Page of the Wind, we’ll be touching on the same themes that Ben touches on in his fireside chat with Kvothe – power and responsibility.
This week, we’re talking technobabble on Page of the Wind.
This week on the blog (the first of 2018), we’re going to talk about one of our favourite things in any fantasy story – the signs of Evil.
This week we’re going to talk about Nick’s favourite part of the whole book: the rhyme about Lady Lackless that Kvothe recites on Pages 85-86 of The Name of the Wind.
In this sequence, Kvothe (and us, the people) get our first look under the hood at the principles and inner workings of Sympathy – one of the main fantastical elements of The Kingkiller Chronicle.
Abenthy was introduced a few pages ago, but it’s in this week’s episodes that he and Kvothe begin their friendship.
This week we get a sense of what life is like for Kvothe’s roving troupe of Edema Ruh, we meet one of Kvothe’s many tutors, and we’re also introduced to a recurring theme of The Name of the Wind: prejudice.
In this week’s pages, we learn Kvothe’s titles, his epithets “Six-string, Shadicar,” and he tantalizes us with some of his famous deeds.
Whether you’re tuning in for the first time this week or have been listening since we first read The Kingkiller Chronicle’s opening page - we’re so glad you’re with us as we smash through our 50th page like the Kool-Aid Man.
This week’s episodes of Page of the Wind cover pages 41 - 47 of The Name of the Wind.
This week’s episodes of Page of the Wind cover pages 34 - 40 of The Name of the Wind.
This week’s episodes of Page of the Wind cover pages 26 - 33 of The Name of the Wind.
This is Page of the Wind. Every day, three super fans read a page from Patrick Rotfuss' The Name of the Wind, and then discuss it in detail.