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Red Seas Under Red Skies by Scott Lynch
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Mar 15, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: borrowed, fantasy, thrillers
Read from February 15 to March 14, 2012 , read count: 1

Every bit as enjoyable as its predecessor, "Red Seas" gives us more Locke & Jean, but also some of the richest and most likeable supporting characters I've ever read about. The book takes a little while to build its momentum, but the moment the Gentleman Bastards head out to sea, they really come into their own. Where "Lies" painted a rich world, its sequel has populated it, and I'm dying to find out what happens after its brilliantly painful cliffhanger.

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Reading Progress

02/18/2012 page 81
13.0% "'I adored Locke's wee trick in the Sinspire. Yup, it's all definitely still here in Lynch's sequel...'"
03/04/2012 page 402
64.0% "'The whole sequence with the Redeemers was just.. breathtaking. Locke and Jean (and this book) really come into their own at sea. Superb reading.'"
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