They say that the Thorn of Camorr can beat anyone in a fight. They say he steals from the rich and gives to the poor. They say he's part man, part myth, and mostly street-corner rumor. And they are wrong on every count. Only averagely tall, slender, and god-awful with a sword, Locke Lamora is the fa
Author Scott Lynch
Publisher Hachette Book Group
Published Date 2008-09-18
ISBN 0575086009 9780575086005
jess_effect shared a tip "Hilariously witty & deeply moving."
meghei shared a tip "Narrated by Michael Page."
shane_petersen shared a tip "I loved it. The reader on Audible makes it extra amazing."
matt_skunberg shared a tip "A crime story in a fantasy setting with ionic characters that stick with you."
satoshi_seth shared a tip "Very strong characters, a good plot, and a heavy dash of humor. The stakes get larger without the hero's getting to powerful."
james_moore_7084 shared a tip "I like the story as a whole but i really like the banter between Jean and Locke. Oh and Chains got to love chains."
kim_barcelos shared a tip "I read it several years ago. It's hard to remember parts I enjoyed. The entire series was very enjoyable though."
julio_schoolyard shared a tip "The Name of the Wind is an excellent book with a similar feel"
melanie_plowright shared a tip "I have too many favorites to list lol"
tom_wilson_6200 shared a tip "I didn't know there's a movie, but it looks like it hasn't come out yet?"
denise_marion shared a tip "Fantasy is my top gene, mostly epic fantasy."
alana_wetselaar_38 shared a tip "Yes! I love this series"
mallory_tranmer shared a tip "This is my all time favorite series. It’s the PERFECT fantasy novel and couldn’t recommend this enough. I’m ready for book four!"
maxine_mccurdy_54 shared a tip "This is a really good book."