The Name of the Wind Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
The Name of the Wind is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
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Buyer be ware
Great books, just notice 2007 and 2011.... seven years later no book 3. I can’t recommend a series that may never be finished.
A Little slow
By Synthetic Rapture
It was a little slow and too much time was spent on unimportant aspects of the story. It is a good story, though. I might recommend it to a friend, depending on that person’s taste in fantasy. 👀
A beautifully written fantasy book
By Scrub Kai
The prose of this book is simply gorgeous. The story is interesting and original. The characters are deep and the scenes can be powerful.
This is probably the best written fantasy book to come out since the turn of the century.
Three books were promised, 12 years later, 8 after the last book was published, nothing. a good read but don’t bother Starting because you’ll never get to finish it
Riveting and original
Loved this! Excellent scene setting and solid storytelling. Could use a touch more in character development, but better than any number of other books I’ve read. I will be reading the rest of the series.
By john p pope
It's one of the best books I've ever read.
This is a story on a whole different level. It will straight up take you away. When you close this book, you will have to take a min to come back to reality.
I️ love this book!
The epitome of the fantasy genre.
10 stars. Easily the single most beautiful book I've ever read! I can barely come up with a review that would do justice. I'm not a fantasy guru or any kind of expert, just a lover of great things. This book is one of the greatest things.
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