The Republic of Thieves
Publish date: October 10th 2013
Pages no: 598
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
Series: Gentleman Bastard (#3)
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...
Oh well, that dragged. This mostly served to set the scene for the following books in the Gentleman Bastard series and to introduce Locke and Sabetha's relationship - at great lenght, with Locke being a doormat and Sabethe being... not half bad, actually. I liked her much more than I thought I would...
The Republic of Thieves is the third book in Scott Lynch’s ongoing Gentleman Bastard series. Wait! Where you going? You don’t need to be familiar with the series to read this review. All you need is some tolerance for paragraphs of prattle.The series (so far) is basically about the adventures of Loc...
Slightly less impressed by this one, I must say. The only time I actually enjoy politics is when it's glossed over very well with a fantasy veneer, so I was excited to read about the main plot for Republic of Thieves. However - more of the story was spent on the past Gentlemen Bastards rather than...
I loved The Lies of Locke Lamora. I was underwhelmed with Red Seas Under Red Skies. Lynch's 3rd Gentleman Bastards novel is a great improvement over the second book, but not as stellar as the first. The Republic of Thieves is two stories. The first picks up right after the end of Red Seas Under Red ...
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