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Half-heist, half-fantasy, The lies of Locke Lamora is a fun book that requires a faire dose of suspension of disbelief in its last act. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JP
This book combines all the elements of fantastic fantasy, thoughtful, provocative and characters that you really root for. Scott Lynch has many great stories ahead of him.Published 5 months ago by Ian Beaton
This author had me hooked after only a few pages in. Definitely a new talent worth following. Right up there with Abercrombe, Weeks, Sanderson, Brett and Esslemont.Published 6 months ago by Laura Passenger
can't wait for more from this guy ! one of the best I have read in years.
couldn't put it down.
I absolutely loved this book. Every time I thought the story was starting to wind down a bit there was another plot twist; another major conplication. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
Scott Lynch, and therefore his characters, are extremely clever. His plot is intricate but not needlessly difficult to follow or convoluted. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2011 by lookingforgoodbooks
A welcome addition to the "Rough Fantasy" genre, along with the likes of Esslemont and Erikson, or Martin. Read morePublished on Feb. 9 2010 by Brian Ashe
To fans of Charles Dickens' timeless classic "Oliver Twist", at least the opening scenes of Scott Lynch's ground-breaking epic debut novel will seem familiar. Read morePublished on Aug. 29 2009 by Paul Weiss
A+ for "Lies of Locke Lamora"
The twists and turns of this story are well thought out, the pacing is great, and the main character is a thoroughly interesting anti-hero. Read more