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Book Title: O Nome do Vento|
The author of the book: Patrick Rothfuss
ISBN 13: 9788599296493
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 34.29 MB
Date of issue: July 22nd 2009
Read full description of the books O Nome do Vento:Ninguém sabe ao certo quem é o herói ou o vilão desse fascinante universo criado por Patrick Rothfuss. Na realidade, essas duas figuras se concentram em Kote, um homem enigmático que se esconde sob a identidade de proprietário da hospedaria Marco do Percurso.
Da infância numa trupe de artistas itinerantes, passando pelos anos vividos numa cidade hostil e pelo esforço para ingressar na escola de magia, O nome do vento acompanha a trajetória de Kote e as duas forças que movem sua vida: o desejo de aprender o mistério por trás da arte de nomear as coisas e a necessidade de reunir informações sobre o Chandriano - os lendários demônios que assassinaram sua família no passado.
Quando esses seres do mal reaparecem na cidade, um cronista suspeita de que o misterioso Kote seja o personagem principal de diversas histórias que rondam a região e decide aproximar-se dele para descobrir a verdade.
Pouco a pouco, a história de Kote vai sendo revelada, assim como sua multifacetada personalidade - notório mago, esmerado ladrão, amante viril, herói salvador, músico magistral, assassino infame.
Nesta provocante narrativa, o leitor é transportado para um mundo fantástico, repleto de mitos e seres fabulosos, heróis e vilões, ladrões e trovadores, amor e ódio, paixão e vingança.
Mais do que a trama bem construída e os personagens cativantes, o que torna O nome do vento uma obra tão especial - que levou Patrick Rothfuss ao topo da lista de mais vendidos do The New York Times - é sua capacidade de encantar leitores de todas as idades.
Read information about the authorIt all began when Pat Rothfuss was born to a marvelous set of parents. Throughout his formative years they encouraged him to do his best, gave him good advice, and were no doubt appropriately dismayed when he failed to live up to his full potential.
In high-school Pat was something of a class clown. His hobbies included reading a novel or two a day and giving relationship advice to all his friends despite the fact that he had never so much as kissed a girl. He also role-played and wrote terrible stories about elves. He was pretty much a geek.
Most of Pat's adult life has been spent in the University Wisconsin Stevens Point. In 1991 he started college in order to pursue a career in chemical engineering, then he considered clinical psychology. In 1993 he quit pretending he knew what he wanted to do with his life, changed his major to "undecided," and proceeded to study whatever amused him. He also began writing a book....
For the next seven years Pat studied anthropology, philosophy, eastern religions, history, alchemy, parapsychology, literature, and writing. He studied six different martial arts, practiced improv comedy, learned how to pick locks, and became a skilled lover of women. He also began writing a satirical advice column which he continues to this day: The College Survivial Guide. Through all of this he continued to work on his novel.
In 2000 Pat went to grad school for English literature. Grad school sucked and Pat hated it. However, Pat learned that he loved to teach. He left in 2002 with his masters degree, shaking the dust from his feet and vowing never to return. During this period of time his novel was rejected by roughly every agent in the known universe.
Now Pat teaches half-time at his old school as an assistant-sub-lecturer. He is underpaid but generally left alone to do as he sees fit with his classes. He is advisor for the college feminists, the fencing club, and, oddly enough, a sorority. He still roll-plays occasionally, but now he does it in an extremely sophisticated, debonair way.
Through a series of lucky breaks, he has wound up with the best agent and editor imaginable, and the first book of his trilogy has been published under the title "The Name of the Wind."
Though it has only been out since April 2007, it has already been sold in 26 foreign countries and won several awards.
Pat has been described as "a rough, earthy iconoclast with a pipeline to the divine in everyone's subconscious." But honestly, that person was pretty drunk at the time, so you might want to take it with a grain of salt.
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