Red Seas Under Red Skies
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The author manages to write up until the finale in a good way... missing a lot of the mistakes from the first book. I had high hopes. But this book that started well, finished badly. The finale was lackluster. Locke got played.
really felt no tension excitement, which was present throughout part one. evil rich and the oppressed poor was just too straight forward, with the war games stuff.
both heros are trying to rip off a rich man, while they are poisoned and blackmailed by his opponent, and sent on a mission to try and be pirates. Locke from part one would have worked out how to cheat and turn the game. i keep coming up with ideas how he could have, why was the evil genius so thick this time that he could not do anything. even the ending is bad. total anti climax. set up for part 3. ok i can live with that but a tragedy
for the gentlemen bastards. their credibility is totally lost. already reading part 3, about 90 pages in. hoping that it will be better then this.
3 stars but only because of part one.
Scott Lynch is an author not afraid to be cruel to his characters. Both Locke and Jean are put through the mill, physically and emotionally and the ending, while a win of sorts, is bittersweet as it leaves them in a precarious place ready for the next book, Republic of Thieves, which, of course, I had to buy for my Kindle immediately.
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