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Pages: 544, Edition: New Ed, Paperback, Gollancz

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The Lies of Locke Lamora is a book which my brother picked up and after reading it himself started to beg me to read it as well. Originally I was very sceptical as he was raving over it and we have very different tastes in reading material and I wasn't too sure of it at all (he tends to prefer...

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“The Lies of Locke Lamora”

published 30/10/2007

Funny, clever, page-turner, tragic.

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For those of you out there who like the TV series Hustle, the film Oceans 11 or any form of con-artist entertainment, and love a good read of fantasy fiction - this series is 100% for you!!!! It follows the story of a man named Locke Lamora and his band of "Gentlemen Bastards" who seem to be a...

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Small amount of characters to keep track of, belie...

Graphic in places, not suitable for children, deal...

I will state now that this is not a book for children. It does contain graphic violence and other adult themes but this should not put you off! I absolutely adored this book.The Writing -The author has created a very vast and vibrant world that is believable and also very different from our own...

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