Patrick Rothfuss held a Q&A for his fans via live stream on Twitch tonight,as one of the extended goalsfor helping his Worldbuilders charity raise $2 million in donations. During the talk of more than two hours, she answered a few questions (no spoilers)the stone gates, the highly anticipated third book in the Kingkiller Chronicle, as well asupcoming film and television adaptations starring Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda🇧🇷 He also showed a prototype replica of the Saicere sword that will be available in stores soon; and got permission from his publisher to make a very special announcement.
„the name of the windit came out in 2007,” Rothfuss began in this last part of the conversation. "Now it's 2017." That means... 10th Anniversary Edition! "IIt gives us a chance […] to put some cool stuff in there,” he explained, to tweak the text and fix any errors or inconsistencies, and add at least 20 illustrations and other cool extras. This is what awaits you in the new edition, which will appear in 2017:
- an “extensive” note from the author
- Appendices on the calendar and monetary systems
- a pronunciation guide
- at least 20 images
- "A Better Map"
„The book that I would like to share with you is Book 3,” Rothfuss said. "I hope everyone knows about this." To theraised a number of questions aboutthe stone gatesand the multimedia adaptation of The Kingkiller Chronicle above in Q&A. We've collected them (plus a few other items) below!
Is there a release date for Volume 3? No:
I would share if I had.
The same audiobook narrators.the name of the windmiThe fear of the wiseit will be used for book 3 if possible.
How do you feel about writing Book 3 today (compared to two years ago when you jokingly rated it 3.5 stars out of 5 on Goodreads)?
It's a star and a half max because I took a big part apart and didn't put it back together.
Rothfuss also stated that his writing process differs greatly from other authors, as he works through the story in a fluid and piecemeal fashion, often deconstructing and rebuilding it until it makes sense over time. It's also why he can't post a "Full Percentage" like Sanderson does.
Where does the name "Edema Ruh" come from?
Like most of the names in the book, I made it up. It comes from my head. I make it up. Sorry, that's not a satisfying answer!
(Ruh means "soul" in Turkish, hence the question of its possible origin.)
Lyndon Hardy's 1980 romanceMaster of the Five Magicshas a system of magic similar to the Kingkiller Chronicle, in case readers are looking for more along those lines: a system inspired by hermetic magic, the Doctrine of Signatures, natural scientists, and Newton's alchemical beliefs.
Describe book 3 in one word:
CALVO.(Video) The Kingkiller Chronicle Book 3 Has A Release Date??
And then I let Aslan's quote follow: "I'll call everyone soon."
book 3 willNobe longer thanThe fear of the wise.
Will book 3 be the last in the series?
Yes and no. Book 3 closes this story arc. Book 3 will not be the last book set in this world. Big distinction there!
But will it fix everything?
Think of a series that ended. Think of The Lord of the Rings, which has a pretty solid ending - was it all over at the end of the third Lord of the Rings book? no This happens in every realistic world, in every realistic story with realistic characters. There was a good ending to this book, but what happened to Aragorn and Minas Tirith now that he had returned? […] And what about Sam and his children? What really happened to the Greyhavens? Has Frodo recovered from this? What did Gandalf discuss with Tom Bombadil? There are a lot of unanswered questions: yes, that's the mark of a good story, so I won't answer them all, but you really don't want to. You may think you want it, but you don't. And even if you really do, I still won't. Just because it's impossible.
Will Book 3 make readers cry?
Depends if you're just a screamer. But I hope to hit you with emotional force; this is my job.(Video) Everything We Know About Book Three | The Kingkiller Chronicle
What is your biggest fear about the release of Book 3?
I'm not that afraid of Book 3 coming out. I'm really looking forward to Book 3 coming out. Any apprehensions I have about the book's release are extremely metatextual and ephemeral. Because I work until I'm sure the book is the best I can do and my fear of publishing a book, the effect is, isn't it like they like it? because I wasn't going to release it unless I was sure it was the best thing I could do and that people would like it. My concern is what is the biggest impact my book will have on the world and on the minds of the people who take the time to read it. Am I making a positive contribution to the general collective consciousness of the world's people? I'm worried about that.
He always knew that book 3 would be calledthe stone gates?
I didn't always know what the third book would be called.the stone gates, but when I considered it a title, I realized that it was the best title. Betsy wasn't convinced at first and I even agreed not to talk about it publicly, but it had already been published in a few places and people kept sharing it, and by general consensus it has now become the de facto title of the book.
How are books divided into TV series and movies?
This is a big question that I can't discuss publicly.
Does it influence the cast?
Maybe a little, but only a little. There is a good reason for this; It's like he's not a casting director. What he would do is [say]: “I love Nathan Fillion!” But that's not climbing, it's just liking an actor. It shouldn't work like that. I am very involved in the production of the film and the television series. I've been to LA twice this month to sit in writers' rooms and meet people and talk to people and talk to people and meet people. And it was actually fun. I was a little scared of this process, but I really liked it. It won't always be as fun because there will be times when I'm disappointed or have to give in, but so far it's been wonderful.(Video) "Do You Want to Hear the End of the Kingkiller Chronicle?" Patrick Rothfuss' Latest Q&A of 2022!
Would he have a cameo?
Maybe he could act up a bit. They could put me in the background or something. But in terms of casting, it should be Manet or Stanchion.
How does Lin-Manuel Miranda contribute to the music of the film and television adaptations?
You couldn't ask for a more incredible musical person, musical talent than Lin-Manuel Miranda. And the fact is, no matter what song is played in the movie or the TV series, there will be some people who will say, "I never imagined that!" That's the downside of any movie or TV show: it won't be exactly what you envisioned. For that reason, I suggest everyone prepare to do what I'm doing and say in my head, “This is like B-canon; this is an interpretation.” That's why I can see a hundred images of Kvothe fan art and like them all, even if they are not the same. […] They don't have to be perfect and they don't have to be what I have in mind to look good.
I couldn't be more excited to have Lin as part of the team, both creatively, story-wise, and as a musical collaborator. […] As much as you want! I literally told him, “There is no degree to which you can be involved in this project that is too much for me. Please, come with all your desire and be part of it”.
Rap Battle: Kvothe vs. Alexander Hamilton. Who would win?
fictional Hamilton [i.e., Miranda'sHamilton] would hit Kvothe. The real Hamilton would lose.
3 Book Set of The Kingkiller Chronicle Series (The Name of the Wind, Wise Man's Fear and The Slow Regard of Silent Things)Will there be a 3rd book in the Kingkiller Chronicles? ›
The Doors of Stone is supposed to be the third and final novel in The Kingkiller Chronicle series by American author Patrick Rothfuss. A release date has not yet been revealed.What is the last book The Name of the Wind? ›
We're here to talk about The Doors of Stone by Patrick Rothfuss, the long-awaited final book in his Kingkiller Chronicle trilogy, which began with The Name of the Wind in 2007 and continued with The Wise Man's Fear in 2011.How many copies of The Name of the Wind are there? ›
The Kingkiller Chronicle is a fantasy trilogy by the American writer Patrick Rothfuss. The first two books, The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man's Fear, were released in 2007 and 2011. The books released in the series have sold over 10 million copies.Does the book The Four Winds have a happy ending? ›
The biggest problem with The Four Winds is the ending of the novel, which is unsatisfying. Without spoiling the final pages of the book, I will say that after all that Hannah puts Else through, her courage, her determination to keep her children safe and alive, we are not given an uplifting conclusion.What is book 3 of Wings of Fire called? ›
The Hidden Kingdom (Wings of Fire #3) (3)Does Kvothe play lute? ›
Six-String. Related to his unique skill of being able to magnificently play the lute with six strings, instead of the usual seven. Gained while winning his talent pipes at The Eolian in Imre.How many rings does Kvothe? ›
It should be said of The Wise Man's Fear that the main character, Kvothe, is only 16-17 years old, but the book deals with the mature themes.Is there a second book to name of the wind? ›
Sequel to the extraordinary THE NAME OF THE WIND, THE WISE MAN'S FEAR is the second instalment of this superb fantasy trilogy from Patrick Rothfuss. This is the most exciting fantasy series since George R. R. Martin's A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE, and a must-read for all fans of HBO's GAME OF THRONES.
Actor, writer and singer-songwriter Lin-Manuel Miranda has confirmed he is no longer attached to the long-gestating attempt to bring Patrick Rothfuss's Kingkiller Chronicle to the screen. Interest in the property began back in 2007, when The Name of the Wind was published to a rapturous reception and very high sales.What is the summary of name of the wind? ›
Summary: "The tale of Kvothe, from his childhood in a troupe of traveling players, to years spent as a near-feral orphan in a crime-riddled city, to his daringly brazen yet successful bid to enter a difficult and dangerous school of magic.Can a 13 year old read The Name of the Wind? ›
In all accuracy, the book primarily covers a span of 5 years in the life of young Kvothe—with a majority of the tale focused on age 15-16. But while it's most certainly a coming-of-age story in its own right, it isn't specifically catering to the Young Adult audience.How old is Kvothe at the end of The Name of the Wind? ›
Kvothe is barely 15 when he starts at the university. He's 17 at the end of the 2nd novel.What font is The Name of the Wind? ›
The pieces were designed in consultation with Rothfuss's team, and the text is printed in his favorite font: Times New Roman.Will the Doors of Stone ever be released? ›
As you all excitedly anticipate the publication date of Doors of Stone, all we can do at this time is wait for Patrick Rothfuss to complete editing the book. The release date of Doors of Stone was formerly reported to be July 11, 2022, although Patrick Rothfuss has not yet made a public announcement.Is The Name of the Wind series finished? ›
Rothfuss hasn't made any excerpts of the third book available just yet. However, you've finished both The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man's Fear, there are a handful of in-universe supplementary novellas to tide you over.Is there a 3rd book in the Bella Vista Chronicles? ›
The Bella Vista Chronicles book series by Susan Wiggs includes books The Apple Orchard, The Beekeeper's Ball, and The Lost and Found Bookshop.How many books will there be in the Wings of Fire series? ›
There are 15 books to read in the fantasy Wings of Fire series.