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Scott Lynch (1) (1978–)

Autor(a) de The Lies of Locke Lamora

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Scott Lynch is a fantasy author, best known for his Gentleman Bastard series of novels. His first novel, The Lies of Locke Lamora, was published in June 2006 under the Gollancz imprint in the United Kingdom and under the Bantam imprint in the United States. The Lies of Locke Lamora was a World mostrar mais Fantasy Award finalist in 2007. In both 2007 and 2008 Lynch was nominated for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. Lynch received the Sydney J. Bounds Best Newcomer Award from the British Fantasy Society in 2008. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos


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Associated Works

Rogues (2014) — Contribuinte — 1,292 cópias
The Dragon Waiting (1983) — Introdução, algumas edições1,044 cópias
Swords & Dark Magic: The New Sword and Sorcery (2010) — Contribuinte — 296 cópias
The Book of Swords (2017) — Contribuinte — 270 cópias
The Book of Dragons: An Anthology (2020) — Contribuinte — 222 cópias
The Book of Magic: A Collection of Stories (2018) — Contribuinte — 168 cópias
Fearsome Journeys (2013) — Contribuinte — 111 cópias
Ex Libris: Stories of Librarians, Libraries, and Lore (2017) — Contribuinte — 96 cópias
Magic City: Recent Spells (2014) — Contribuinte — 92 cópias
The Mammoth Book of Warriors and Wizardry (2014) — Contribuinte — 32 cópias
Street Magicks (2016) — Contribuinte — 29 cópias
Swords Against Darkness (2016) — Contribuinte — 27 cópias
Uncanny Magazine Issue 5: July/August 2015 (2015) — Contribuinte — 17 cópias
Tales of the Far West (2012) — Contribuinte — 16 cópias


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The Gentlemen B*stards Sequence em FantasyFans (Setembro 2020)


Tolles Buch, und wirklich gut gelesen! Ich habe geweint.... beim Hörbuch...!!! Das passiert mir wirklich selten.
Katzenkindliest | outras 183 resenhas | Apr 23, 2024 |
I found this book to be extremely disappointing. The writing was poor compared to the first two, the interpersonal relationships were absurdly unrealistic, and the plot was contrived at every turn. I had almost no interest in the play, yet was forced to read long sections of it that were totally unnecessary. Overall, very poor. I want to say I'll give future books a shot, but honestly I probably won't...
mrbearbooks | outras 124 resenhas | Apr 22, 2024 |
A strong sequel and definitely a worthy series. I had a few issues with this book, which I'll list here, but generally it was witty, easy to read, and I probably enjoyed it more than the first book. These critiques don't detract enough from that to make it less than a good book from a promising author:

1. Locke keeps complaining about a relationship that you know NOTHING about except from his complaints, despite having followed his life since age 13. Doesn't make much sense. Somehow the author conveniently skipped over all the parts that relate to this woman. I wouldn't mind, except that it comes up so often that you really have to wonder why she's skipped. Clearly she's going to show up later in the series (if she didn't, it would be baffling), but even if this occurs I'm not sure if this was a good stylistic choice.

2. There were almost too many nautical terms in this book. At times it was cool, and felt very realistic, but for someone like me who didn't even know terms like "larboard," it was frustrating. I guess I learned something?

3. The ending feels rushed. Instead of having a smooth, continuous journey, Locke and Jean jump around a lot at the end (with full weeks being skipped) and meet a bunch of people all of a sudden that end up being very relevant to the plot (the Priori in particular). While it's true that this was necessary (otherwise you'd have to follow them on a sea voyage in which nothing happens for a while), it was definitely a strong contrast with other parts of the book, where this time was filled with character building and whatnot. I feel like consistency is important on this front.

4. Locke doesnt seem particularly clever in this book. This is probably not a huge problem, but in a book where the protagonist is supposed to be all wits and no braun (and prides himself on it), his lack of good ideas was often disappointing.

5. Sometimes Jean says stuff you feel like Locke should be saying. Maybe this was only a concern for me, but it really felt like at times the personality lines between these characters got a bit blurred.

6. Jean is actually the best fighter in the world, and will win any fight regardless of how badly he is outnumbered. I found this to be almost a Deus Ex Machina in this book sometimes, and I wish his abilities were more reasonable.
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mrbearbooks | outras 183 resenhas | Apr 22, 2024 |
A reasonable book, but it definitely didn't blow my mind the way that many reviews seemed to suggest it might. Lynch's character development for his lesser characters could use some work, and some of the "twists" were mediocre (either were too obvious, or too absurdly random). It was a story and an adventure, nothing more.
mrbearbooks | outras 439 resenhas | Apr 22, 2024 |



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