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Mini Reviews: ‘Red Seas Under Red Skies’ and ‘The Republic of Thieves’

Mini Reviews: ‘Red Seas Under Red Skies’ and ‘The Republic of Thieves’

Last year I read and loved The Lies of Locke Lamora (the first book in Scott Lynch’s Gentleman Bastard series), and this past month I finally got around to reading the next two instalments, Red Seas Under Red Skies and The Republic of Thieves. Check out my reviews below! Red Seas Under Red Skies by Scott Lynch ‘“I want to hug you. And I want to tear your gods-damned head off. Both at once.” “Ah,” said Locke. “Near as I can tell, that’s the definition of ‘family’ right there.”’ Following an almost fatal fight against members of the Camorri underworld… Read more »

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Mini Reviews: ‘Kings of the Wyld’ and ‘Bloody Rose’

Mini Reviews: ‘Kings of the Wyld’ and ‘Bloody Rose’

These books were must-reads for me as soon as I saw them! A fantasy series set in a world where mercenary bands are like rockstars? Yes please! And I really wasn’t disappointed for the most part! I’ve never read anything like this before, and I can’t recommend it enough to other fantasy fans. Check out my reviews for more details! Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames ‘Clay pushed his body off him and mumbled another apology – because, enemy or not, when you hit a man in the nuts with a magic hammer the least you could say was sorry.’… Read more »

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