Dragon King with Seven Stars – Chapter 15

Sorry it took a few days, my Saturdays and Sundays are the longest days of my week. Will General Li show up? What was the question Ingot asked? Was there an answer? Find out in:

Chapter 15 – A Dark Night on Lake Hu

On another note, I would like to recommend a novel/series. The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss. I’m only a few dozen chapters into the first book, The Name of the Wind, but it’s awesome so far. Extremely well written with excellent characterization. Highly recommended!

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12 thoughts on “Dragon King with Seven Stars – Chapter 15” - NO SPOILERS and NO CURSING

  1. I like the Kingkiller Chronicles. Sadly the author thinks it’s more lucrative to write other novels in the world (3 so far with another being released soon) instead of finishing the 3rd novel. (Book 1 released 2007, book 2 released 2011, novels in same world released 2013, 2014, 2014, 2015) Also he left book two on a cliffhanger.

  2. To be fair, all his KKC spin-offs are (by definition, and by circumstance) by-products of his first 2 novels and the development of his 3rd.

    ‘The slow regard for silent things’ was a product of his eccentricities as an author, probably because it couldn’t cohesively fit into the novels (seeing as its from Auri’s perspective and interpretation entirely).

    I would also point out that the original ‘Name of the Wind’ was developed during his time at college while achieving his B.A. in English (a 9 year period).
    He takes time, he thoroughly reflects, he edits. And he doesn’t sacrifice quality for an early release date.

  3. 4… 4 years.if this was any other book I would have given up on it. But it’s too good. I reread his first and second books somewhere in the double digits. I know he likes to take his time but when his twitter account said that he wouldn’t release it my heart dropped like an anvil. I remember it was on new years eve. At this point if he sacrifices quality I wouldn’t care. It’s like holding a sneeze for four years. I’m sad. I’m gonna go into the fetal position for a bit. Bye

  4. I love The Kingkiller Chronicles but the autor is freaking slow writing…

    Probably because he doesn’t know how to conclude all the lose ends from the second book.

    It’s supposed to be a trilogy but seriously I don’t see a way of satisfactorily conclude this novel in the next book… Maybe he does something like Harry Potter movies that for the last one they made it part 1 and 2.

  5. The Kingkiller Chronicles is a good series so far. Yes, he is taking his time for the next book, but I am used to waiting for books to be released.

    A couple of other series you may like are: A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) by George R.R. Martin; The Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson. They are big books.

  6. thank you for the translation

    Kingkiller is fantastic but very slow maybe it will be his live work

    there is anther one and it is 10/10 Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson and it is complete

  7. Everyone seems to be saying the same thing about the length between releases. All I can say is …. at least it’s not as bad as George R.R. Martin…

  8. True enough, but keep in mind there are worse alternatives… Example: The Wheel of Time series had the author die before the last book (well last 2 or 3 it turned out) was published… If Robert Jordan hadn’t set up an alternative plan with Brandon Sanderson the series would have had like 12 books and still would never have finished.

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