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The Thorn of Emberlain: Gentleman Bastard…

The Thorn of Emberlain: Gentleman Bastard Sequence, Book 4 (edition 2016)

by Scott Lynch (Author)

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Title:The Thorn of Emberlain: Gentleman Bastard Sequence, Book 4
Authors:Scott Lynch (Author)
Info:Gollancz (2016), 608 pages
Collections:To read
Tags:grimdark fantasy, high fantasy, coming of age fantasy, assassin fantasy, heroic fantasy, anti-hero fantasy, gritty fantasy, adult epic fantasy, adult dark fantasy, sword and sorcery, magic fantasy

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The Thorn of Emberlain by Scott Lynch



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I just finished [b:The Republic of Thieves|2890090|The Republic of Thieves (Gentleman Bastard, #3)|Scott Lynch|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1348233235s/2890090.jpg|2916344] and am desperate for the next installment of the Gentleman Bastard series. These books are insanely smart, absurdly funny, and have so many plot twists and HOLY SHIT moments that they're basically adrenaline in novel form.
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With 50,000 copies sold of The Republic of Thieves and with praise from the likes of Joe Abercrombie and George RR Martin the saga of the Gentleman Bastard has become a favourite and key part of the fantasy landscape. And now Locke Lamora, thief, con-man, pirate, political deceiver must become a soldier. A new chapter for Locke and Jean and finally the war that has been brewing in the Kingdom of the Marrows flares up and threatens to capture all in its flames. And all the while Locke must try to deal with the disturbing rumours about his past revealed in The Republic of Thieves. Fighting a war when you don't know the truth of right and wrong is one thing. Fighting a war when you don't know the truth of yourself is quite another. Particularly when you've never been that good with a sword anyway...… (more)

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