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Patrick Rothfuss (Author), Nate Taylor (Illustrator). Book 1 of 2 in the Adventures of the Princess and Mr. Whiffle Series.
The Adventures of the Princess and Mr. Whiffle: The Thing Beneath the Bed is a mildly disturbing tale. The biggest reason for that is that it looks like a children's book. Let me assure you, you must trust the blurb this is not a book for children
The Adventures of the Princess and Mr. Let me assure you, you must trust the blurb this is not a book for children. I counted at least 5 moments that would cause my 4 year old daughter to never let us turn the lights off in her room again. My 4 year old can read well and I know that sounds cool, but she's been doing it since she was 3 and a half.
Princezna a pan Whiffle jsou série obrázkových knih napsaných Patrichem Rothfussem a ilustrovanou Nate Taylorovou. Ačkoli se objevují jinak, nejsou vhodné pro děti. Rothfuss described the books as, "Calvin and Hobbes meets Coraline, with a healthy dose of Edward Gorey mixed in. The books do not feature any reference to Temerant and are unlikely to even be set in the same world.
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The Adventures of the Princess & Mr. Whiffle, by Patrick Rothfuss & Nate Taylor. Check out the second Princess and Mr. Whiffle
The Adventures of the Princess & Mr. The Cosmere, from Brandon Sanderson. The Demon Cycle, by Peter V. Brett. The Dresden Files, by Jim Butcher. The Iron Druid Chronicles, by Kevin Hearne. The Kingkiller Chronicle, by Patrick Rothfuss. The Stormlight Archives, by Brandon Sanderson. Whiffle. Less Than Perfect books all have minor defects, such as bent corners, creased pages, or other small deformities, but they're all completely readable and usable. Find more great merchandise from our Patrick Rothfuss collection. All proceeds go to Worldbuilders.
Afterwards, Rothfuss resumed his work on the third book of the trilogy . Rothfuss was specific about having no explicit pictures of Auri or any of the rooms in the Underthing. The Adventures of the Princess and Mr. The Thing Beneath the Bed (2010).
Afterwards, Rothfuss resumed his work on the third book of the trilogy, The Doors of Stone, but the half-unfinished story about Auri tickled him and eventually he went back to finish it. When he put the finishing touches on the story in February 2013, he came up with the working title The Weight of Her Desire, a phrase that appears in the first and last chapters of the book. The Dark of Deep Below (2013).
The Adventures of Princess and Mr Whiffle: the Thing Beneath the Bed is proof positive that Patrick Rothfuss has a warped mind. If you read his blog, you probably already had a hint that this was true. Reading The Name of the Wind probably wouldn’t give you any hint, though I haven’t read it with intent to see. Read the Adventures and you’ll know for certain. I actually loved this book. I read it in about five minutes and will probably read it several more times Interesting. The art by Nate Taylor is beautiful.
Patrick Rothfuss was born in Madison, Wisconsin on June 6, 1973. He writes The Kingkiller Chronicles
Patrick Rothfuss was born in Madison, Wisconsin on June 6, 1973. in English from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point and M. A. from Washington State University. He teaches at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. In 2002, his short story, The Road to Levinshir, won first place in the Writers of the Future contest. He writes The Kingkiller Chronicles. The first book in the series, The Name of the Wind, won the 2007 Quill Award for best sci-fi/fantasy. The third book in the series, The Slow Regard of Silent Things, made the New York Times bestseller list in 2014.