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Doors of Stone

Doors of Stone The third book of The Kingkiller Chronicle

  • Title: Doors of Stone
  • Author: Patrick Rothfuss
  • ISBN: 9781423389446
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Audio CD
  • The third book of The Kingkiller Chronicle.

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    1. The wait is going to kill me.So, rather than wait patiently, I am going to gather various speculations and list facts to keep in mind.Please take note: This review contains spoilers for books 1 and 2The Doors:So, as the third book in the Kingkiller Chronicle is named 'The Doors of Stone,' it is quite obviously required of us to consider the 'Doors' of which they are speaking. And so, as perfectionism dictates, I will list every single door that I've noticed.In Skarpi's story of Lanre, Lanre batt [...]

    2. While it's nice to see folks out there giving this book five stars, and in some cases even reviewing it, I'll admit that I'm kinda puzzled. After thinking it over for a while, I've realized there's only one explanation for this:Time travelers love my books. This is strangely reassuring, as it lets me know that, eventually, I do finish my revisions, and the book turns out good enough so that I still have a following out there in the big ball of wibbly-wobbly. timey-wimey. stuff that I like to thi [...]

    3. "When you wait a few span or month to hear a finished song, the anticipation adds savor. But after a year excitement begins to sour."-Kvothe, The Name of the Wind, Ch. 12What happens after 5 years?

    4. They called him Rothfuss the Ruthless.Rothfuss the Ruggard.Rothfuss the Righteous.He had earned those names. Bought and paid for them.They say he could stop a man's heart with one word:Finished.

    5. One of the most obvious (but not at the time) potential reason for the loss of Kvothe's powers and transformation into Kote is actually in the first chapter of The Name of the Wind. "He called himself Kote. He had chosen the name carefully when he came to this place. He had taken a new name for most of the usual reasons and for some of the unusual reasons as well, not the least of which was the fact that Names were important him."It's easy to disregard this as significant so early in the series, [...]

    6. I started reading this series because I was looking for something to read while waiting for the Winds of Winter.I mean what's a better way to get over your obsession with an unfinished series than getting obsessed with yet another one right?! So my new policy: NEVER start reading a fantasy series unless all the books are out. Fantasy authors are demons who are put on this earth to crush your soul and suck the life out of you while you wait endless years for the next installment. So you know what [...]

    7. yet another updateSo I've been informed that this is a fan-made cover, and while it is BEAUTIFUL, it's not real. and I am sad. I was really hoping that a release date was around the corner.UpdateTHE COVER IS SO PRETTY AND I CRYYYYliterally me right now:

    8. One star. Because holy fuck. We see you. We see you at Comic Con and at NerdCon and at PAX. We see you doing this podcast. And that podcast. We see you writing short stories, novellas, and contributing to anthologies. We see you hawking Kickstarter shit and writing for video games. We now see that you're doing some nonsense about ancient gods and monsters on the History Channel (really, The History Channel? Really?). We see you traveling here, and traveling there. We see you with Worldbuilders. [...]

    9. It is absolutely unbelievable how many connections there are in this book. In no particular order, here are some interesting things I picked up on:Kote is the proprietor of a quaint little inn named The Waystone Inn. If you remember, a very young Kvothe explains to Abenthy the tradition of the Greystones, or Waystones, as being an unexpected and pleasant break from the road. Hence, The Waystone Inn. Ironically, the inn Kote runs is of much better quality and offers a much larger selection of goo [...]

    10. Yeah, sorry, thanks but no thanks. Don’t care anymore. Won’t be buying it. Won’t be reading it. Hyping up for a book that is seemingly never going to be published is just a waste of time and effort. When an author spends nearly 7 years working on a book that he publicly stated more than a decade ago was already written and then goes on to spend ridiculous amounts of time touring and making appearances, Twitch streaming his gaming habit, running a dozen or so kickstarters, doing some really [...]

    11. Patrick Rothfuss's The Kingkiller Chronicle: also known as "Don’t Do It Kvothe: A trilogy in two parts"

    12. Seeing as the book has yet to release and there are already hundreds of 5 star ratings i find it only fair that a book that has enraged me to this point deserves a 1 star.of course i will buy the book and i more than likely will enjoy the book but that won't help me to like the book as i did with the first.First let me say; before the release of the name of the wind, Patrick Rothfuss announced the completion of all three books, the three books in this trilogy were completed, the three books who [...]

    13. "There’s no point writing brilliant books if you lose the support of publishers, the interest of booksellers and the attention of readers."joeabercrombie/2017/0According to what I read on fantasy-faction, DOS won't be released in 2015 either. 2016? Me arse. 2017 maybe. At this point, I'm giving up on Rothfuss altogether.And, since I don't give a poo anymore, I'll just write down the right epilogue to "Doors of Stone" for ya'll to enjoy. Sorry about the spoilers an'all but, as I stated, I don't [...]

    14. This is such a redundant update. Is it really a surprise that I’m dying to read this? If you’ve read the first two books in the series, you’ll know exactly what I mean……the wait is slowly killing me.

    15. Sadly, I would discourage anyone from reading this series, for the sole reason that I no longer believe it will ever be finished.I would never have started the series had it not been stated that the story as a whole was already complete and all that remained was some editing on the final book. It has been years without any update as to where in the editing process the author has reached, nor any explanation as to what may be causing delays. Meanwhile, the author has published and released anothe [...]

    16. "When you wait a few span or month to hear a finished song, the anticipation adds savor. But after a year excitement begins to sour" - Kvothe, The Name of the Wind. Pat's words coming back to haunt him.

    17. Rothfuss isn't the writer he once was. He's lost the surety in his hand and I can't help but find it greatly ironic that he is now Kote. He needs a book that's perfect but that will never come to be because he's a shadow of his former self. We the fans will wait and wait at that mahagony stretch of bar just like Bast hoping against all hope that our Reshi will come back to himself. Seeing the glimmer in his eyes every now and again as a sure sign that it's just a matter of time. But what we'll s [...]

    18. Actually, no. I marked it as to-read, but I changed my mind. I love you, Rothfuss. I really do. And I’m willing to wait, like the most infatuated woman on the planet waiting for her biggest crush. But I do have a pride of my own! And if you don’t give me something, anything, in return for my love, my love will fade away. So I’m giving you 8 years, is that OK? And today I’m gonna rate DOORS OF STONE with 5 stars. Because you deserve it. The book deserves it. I haven’t read it, but I kno [...]

    19. At this point I no longer desire to read Mr. Rothfuss's final installment. I have lost all respect for the author and his tactics, which have now become obvious ploys, at least to me, to make a killing on this book financially when it finally makes the scene. It was my understanding that the entire series was written when the first book came out, which in itself was spouted in wonderment at that time. Since the release of the second installment, we have been strung along with one excuse after an [...]

    20. Chronicler awoke refreshed the following morning, and he walked down to the bar at the Waystone Inn awaiting Kvothe’s arrival to finish the story he had told the past two days. But as the day wore on, and the hours turned from morning until noon until night, Kvothe never came. When Bast showed up as the sun was setting, Chronicler asked where his master was. 
“He needs his sleep,” Bast said. “How can you begrudge him that?” 
“Of course,” Chronicler said. “Do you have any idea [...]

    21. Can't wait for this book to come out. Patrick Rothfuss is an incredible writer. We all want Kvothe to get his powers backTrilogies are so much better than epic fantasy series that just go on & on & on & on (take note George RR Martin).

    22. I'm coming close to dropping Rothfuss and his Kingkiller series from my list of series I'll automatically pick up soon after publication.Why?Well, the recent Jezebel post "Bestselling Fantasy Author Writes Icky Sexist Blog Posts" gets at some of it. The post is a bit overblown and take some of Rothfuss' stuff out of context. However, no one who is paying any attention at all will miss the fact that Rothfuss writes female characters like a bit of a douchebag. That is to say, he markets himself as [...]

    23. I have a few suggestions myself as to the mysteries of the book. If you are anti-spoilers, DO NOT READ PAST THIS POINT.For many, the immediate assumption is that Kvothe and Denna will get together. I initially assumed this as well, however i found something that was a little misleading if this was the case.Kvothe quite clearly states when "The Woman" is enterring into the book:'Kvothe smiled. "Not women, Bast. A woman. The woman." Kvothe lookedat Chronicler. "You have heard bits and pieces, I do [...]

    24. Well we were just talking about this book last week and now actually get an update, though, it's not what we have been hoping for.On Friday, Feb 3rd, Rothfuss answered some questions on twitchstream“The book that I would love to have ready to give you is book 3,” Rothfuss said. “I hope you all know that.”Q: Is there a publication date for book 3? A: No - would share it if I had it.Q: How do you feel the writing is going on book 3 today (as opposed to two years ago, when you jokingly rate [...]

    25. The only thing worse than Rothfuss is the pathetic delusional fans that grovel at his feet and still defend him despite his attitude.I honestly hate the author. Not because he's a slow writer, but because of his awful attitude towards his fans.He goes off on fans for asking perfectly reasonable questions. A few years ago someone asked him for an update on the third book, and he got so butthurt he said it would come out in 2020.He KNOWS that all anyone cares about is the third book, it's the only [...]

    26. for some reason people have taken it upon themselves to use their review space for an as-yet-unpublished novel to talk shit about the author.a lot of people.i recommend the immediate flagging of all such reviewsso the enthusiastic gibbeting of their creatorsd the immediate canonization of the holy sacred Text That Is Still Too WIP To Have Given Any Sane Person Cause To Have Any Opinion Whatsoever On Anything, Ever.under no circumstances should you peruse such reviews in the interval between now [...]

    27. The year is 2022. I'm in my room, huddled underneath my blankets reading Doors of Stone. I haven't gotten up from my bed in hours, no bathroom breaks or snack times. Sleep and I have not seen each other in days. I'm dying to know why the series is called the Kingkiller Chronicles. Will Kvothe kill a king? How did Kvothe met Bast? What's inside the Lackless box? What will happen with the Cthaeh? Am I correct in guessing who Master Ash truly is? What happened to Denna? Just kidding, I don't care a [...]

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