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On the one hand, Lynch's technical talent clearly elevates him above the great gormless herd of modern fantasy writers already.
And there's no denying that the book is very likeable indeed, while it seems unfair to fault it based only on what it could have been. Lynch is going to be a major player in the genre - that much is obvious already - but he has it in him to do something Seriously Good rather than settling for being the next RA Salvatore.
But it's not gonna happen until he gets over his fear of failure. Not only is it the first in the Gentlemen Bastards series, but this novel happens to be the first novel published by Mr. Lynch as well.
When I first heard that this was a debut novel I was slightly hesitant, but it came with a glowing recommendation so I took the chance. Let me say right off the bat that I am very thankful that I took the chance on this new author as this novel is absolutely fantastic.
There are several aspects of this novel that I think need to be reviewed. The characters really allow this novel to stand out and shine. The characters are well developed and vivid.
Each character is done in such a way that they all appear unique, anything from their look to their dialog.
Lynch has added many curse words, which at times, for me anyway, shocks the reader out of the dialog, it also seems to bring a grittiness to the characters.
For many pages, hell seems content to stay bound…. The newly-arrived Gray King is assassinating gang leaders and the secret police of Camorr's legendary Spider is hunting down Locke.
The city of Camorr has upended the board, and Locke Lamora is one of the scattered pieces. Locke soon finds out that one can only get so far on their aptitude to bullshit alone. And while Kaz Brekker comes off as a grizzled, hard-bitten, year-old black-and-white film noir anti-hero crammed into the body of a teenager, Locke Lamora is pretty much the opposite The story runs non-linearly, jumping back and forth between the past and the present, and shades in between.
The effect was disorienting at first as the story sometimes overspills the bounds of its plot and I would often find myself drifting between intrigued and indifferent. Those quibbles aside, there's a great deal to enjoy in The Lies of Locke Lamora.
The world of Camorr is solidly-crafted and bursting with detail and the vivid, oftentimes violent, action unfolds slowly, propelled by political machinations and anchored in complex character development. Seriously, this book is hilarious.