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The Lies of Locke Lamoura

Open Your Ears To: The Lies of Locke Lamora

It’s a bro-down in this first book of the Gentleman Bastards series, The Lies of Locke Lamora If you haven’t heard of The Lies of Locke Lamora you’re probably not alone. Scott Lynch isn’t terribly well known, but after this debut book in the Gentleman Bastards series, his name is beginning to make rounds in the fantasy community. Let me entice you before we go any further into the audiobook itself. If you’re on Larkable, chances are you’re part of a Fandom. The Lies of…

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Robin Hobb Assassin's Apprentice

Don’t Open Your Ears To: Assassin’s Apprentice

The historic and ever popular book Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb is diminished by Paul Boehmer’s narrating Imagine it: an audiobook we finally don’t recommend. It had to come sometime. The acclaimed book Assassin’s Apprentice is the first in The Farseer Series by Robin Hobb. I’m not giving the book a bad review at all. In fact I’m itching to know what happens next! It’s been praised by fantasy authors such as Brandon Sanderson and George R.R. Martin and is undoubtedly a brilliant story. But…

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