“Tarbean is big enough that you cannot walk from one end to the other in a single day. Not even if you avoid getting lost or accosted in the tangled web of twisting streets and dead end alleys. It was too big, actually. It was vast, immense. Seas of people, forests of buildings, roads wide as rivers. It smelled like urine and sweat and coal smoke and tar. If I had been in my right mind, I never would have gone there.”
-Kvothe, The Name of the Wind
Kvothe desperately holds his most valued possession, a four-stringed lute, on the rooftops of Tarbean in Kvothe in Tarbean, a stunning piece of art based on Patrick Rothfuss’ The Name of the Wind by the talented Matt Rhodes (concept artist for Dragon Age: Inquisition).
With his gracious permission, that art is used for this 500-piece, 18" x 24" puzzle. Made in the USA, it's sure to keep you busier than a draccus in a forest!
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