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Scott Lynch
Scott Lynch was born in 1978 in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he still lives now. In addition to being a freelance writer for various role playing game companies he has done all the usual jobs writers put in their bios: dishwasher, waiter, web designer, marketing writer, office manager and... show more

Scott Lynch was born in 1978 in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he still lives now. In addition to being a freelance writer for various role playing game companies he has done all the usual jobs writers put in their bios: dishwasher, waiter, web designer, marketing writer, office manager and short-order cook.
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Book Haunt
Book Haunt rated it 1 year ago
He is known as The Thorn of Camorr, who steals from the rich and gives to the poor. The Thorn is a master swordsman, a great romancer of women, and a ghost who walks through walls. The Thorn is a commoner’s tale. Locke Lamora is nothing more than a Gentleman Bastard, who has mastered the art of the ...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 2 years ago
Series: Gentleman Bastard #2 Abandoned at 37%. I gave a solid effort to this one, but I’m finding that I just don’t care. I can’t even really point to a particular feature that annoys me (ok, other than that supposed “prologue” which isn’t really a prologue) or say that it’s poorly written. I ju...
traciloudin
traciloudin rated it 2 years ago
I loved LLL but hated Red Seas Under Red Skies. It's rare that my husband Dorian loves a book that I don't, but that was the case this time, unfortunately. Maybe it's because I had high expectations, but it was only because I loved LLL that I kept reading at all. First, every other chapter is set in...
Book Thoughts
Book Thoughts rated it 2 years ago
I had read the great reviews for this book, but you still never know what to expect as the high reviews of a book can often lead to a let down. This was not the case with the Lies of Locke Lamora. I really enjoyed this book and would give it a 4.5 out of 5 rating. This book has fantastic world bui...
imyril
imyril rated it 2 years ago
I enjoyed this more on second reading as I had moderated my expectations. I've still got some issues with it in terms of dominant storylines and perceived challenge: ultimately everything feels less risky than in previous books, so combined with the epilogue this book feels more like set-up for the ...
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