Red Seas Under Red Skies (Gentleman Bastard, #2)
Pages no: 786
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
I really wanted to fall in love with this book as much as I did the first one, The Lies of Locke Lamora. Unfortunately however, that wasn't quite the case in the end. Don't get me wrong, I did really enjoy this book and it was nice to continue the adventures of Locke and Jean in an entirely new envi...
After reading a Tumblr post Where Lynch responded to a reader's complaints about "political correctness" in this novel, I am intrigued. Why shouldn’t middle-aged mothers get a wish-fulfillment character, you sad little bigot? Everyone else does. H.L. Mencken once wrote that “Every normal man must ...
All in all, this is a pretty excellent follow-up to The Lies of Locke Lamora. It's got confidence games, knock-down drag-out alley fights, and witty banter just like the first book, but this time there are also pirates. Fucking pirates, man. And Locke and Jean have no idea what the fuck they're doin...
With its brilliant story-telling, outstanding world building and fantastic imagination, Red Seas Under Red Skies surely left readers with a lot of things to love, to ponder and also many other things to look forward to in the next installment. This book may not lived up to its predecessor's standard...
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