Patrick Rothfuss's Book Recommendations

Patrick Rothfuss’s Book Recommendations

Last Updated on May 5, 2021

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Patrick Rothfuss is an American fantasy author. He is best known for his debut novel, The Name of the Wind, published in 2007. The book was the first of a trilogy, followed by The Wise Man’s Fear in 2011 and The Doors of Stone in 2015.

Reading is a great way to learn and grow. It’s also a great way to spend free time. Reading is also a great way to learn from the experiences of others. Today, we’re glad to share with you a list of books recommended by one of the most successful fantasy writers of our time, Patrick Rothfuss.

Book recommendations:

1.The Unwilling By Kelly Brafett

2.Portal of a Thousand Worlds By Dave Duncan

3.Camber of Culdi By Katherine Kurtz

4.Camber of Culdi By Katherine Kurtz

5.Swords and Deviltry By Fritz Leiber

6.The Sentinel Mage By Emily Gee

7.Agent of Byzantium By Harry Turtledove

8.The Great Alta Saga By Jane Yolen

9.Witch World: High Hallack Cycle By Andre Norton

10.The Lies of Locke Lamora (Gentleman Bastards, Book 1) By Scott Lynch

11.A Wizard of Earthsea (The Earthsea Cycle Series Book 1) By Ursula K. Le Guin

12.The Last Unicorn By Peter S. Beagle

13.Furies of Calderon (Codex Alera, Book 1) By Jim Butcher

14.Riddle-Master Trilogy By Patricia A. McKillip

15.Serpentine By Cindy Pon

16.The Warded Man By Peter V. Brett

17.Children of Blood and Bone By Tomi Adeyemi

18.The Hum and the Shiver By Alex Bledsoe

19.Blood Song By Anthony Ryan

20.The Sword of Shannara By Terry Brooks

21.Assassin’s Apprentice By Robin Hobb

Conclusion:

Patrick Rothfuss’s recommendations are a great mix of fiction and non-fiction. They are also a great mix of books that are easy to read and books that are a little more challenging. We hope you enjoy these books as much as we did!

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