These are the books read in June. As with May, it’s been kind of slow due to school and work.
- Patrick Rothfuss: “The Name of the Wind: The Kingkiller Chronicle Day One” (2007)
- “The Kingkiller Chronicle” quickly became one of the best fantasy series I have ever read. The first book is an excellent beginning, sharing the story of a legendary life as told much after the hero’s haydays are over. Rothfuss manages to make a very believable, almost biographical fantasy story, with believable magic and true characters, while simultaneously creating an exciting and beautiful story.
- Harry Harrison: “The K-Factor” (1960) [audio book]
- The book quite honestly was extremely boring and almost non-existant. I barely remember it at all. Maybe it just wasn’t for me, but I didn’t enjoy it at all.
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