The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss

A week in the life of Auri, who lives in the world beneath the world and keeps things in balance by knowing the perfect place for everything.

Is it just me, or did Patrick Rothfuss just drop a huge bombshell about Auri’s role in the final Kingkiller book? The Slow Regard of Silent Things was WAY better than the Bast story in Rogues. I’ve always worried that Auri was going to be just another manic pixie dream girl, but here she comes completely to life and I’m fascinated by her. I think she’s going to play a big part in the rest of Kvothe’s yet-to-be-told story and I’m slavering with anticipation.

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