22nd July 2014

Photo reblogged from #036 Klefable with 256 notes

klefable:

elodin is my favorite ever

klefable:

elodin is my favorite ever

22nd July 2014

Quote reblogged from the fucking half-man with 87 notes

Always call a jack a jack, and a spade a spade. But always call a whore a lady. Their lives are hard enough, and it never hurts to be polite.
— Kvothe (Kingkiller Chronicles- Patrick Rothfuss)

22nd July 2014

Quote reblogged from Somethings are not worth changing. with 105 notes

Re’lar Kvothe,” he said seriously. “I am trying to wake your sleeping mind to the subtle language the world is whispering. I am trying to seduce you into understanding. I am trying to teach you.” He leaned forward until his face was almost touching mine. “Quit grabbing at my tits.
— Patrick Rothfuss, The Wise Man’s Fear (via you-fucked-it-friend)

22nd July 2014

Quote reblogged from Beautyful Darkness with 101 notes

Do not mistake me for my mask. You see light dappling on the water and forget the deep cold dark beneath
— Patrick Rothfuss (via beautyfuldarkness)

22nd July 2014

Quote reblogged from Mescaline for Breakfast with 671 notes

You are sweet music in a distant room.
— Patrick Rothfuss (Kvothe) - The Name of the Wind (via mescalineforbreakfast)

22nd July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Obsessions with 110 notes

kvotheunkvothe:

Kvothe meme

22nd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Call me Nardo with 199 notes

mynameisnardo:

I LOVE YOU FOR THIS

mynameisnardo:

I LOVE YOU FOR THIS

22nd July 2014

Quote reblogged from Somethings are not worth changing. with 191 notes

It was only then I realized I didn’t know the name of Elodin’s class. I leafed through the ledger until I spotted Elodin’s name, then ran my finger back to where the title of the class was listed in fresh dark ink: “Introduction to Not Being a Stupid Jackass.”
— Patrick Rothfuss, The Wise Man’s Fear (via you-fucked-it-friend)

22nd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Call me Nardo with 174 notes

22nd July 2014

Quote reblogged from The Flying Doghouse with 208 notes

My parents danced together, her head on his chest. Both had their eyes closed. They seemed so perfectly content. If you can find someone like that, someone who you can hold and close your eyes to the world with, then you’re lucky. Even if it only lasts for a minute or a day. The image of them gently swaying to the music is how I picture love in my mind even after all these years.
— Kvouthe (Name of The Wind - Patrick Rothfuss)