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10 Fantasy Novel Series That Could Be Great TV Shows

A more modern fantasy interpretation, The Kingkiller Trilogy begins with The Name of the Wind, in which our hero, Kvothe, recounts his many adventures. As a skilled fighter, intellectual and musician, Kvothe is a pre-Rennaisance man, and uses his talents to haphazardly solve whatever quest is laid before him.

Like A Song of Ice and FireThe Kingkiller Chronicle isn't finished; the last of Rothfuss' three books has yet to be published. That shouldn't worry fans too much, though - were development to begin immediately, it would still be 2-3 years before the first episode aired, with plenty of time to conclude the story. Which is more than many George R. R. Martin fans are currently hoping for.

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