The Thorn of Emberlain (Gentleman Bastard, #4) by Scott Lynch

The Thorn of Emberlain (Gentleman Bastard, #4)

With 50,000 copies sold of The Republic of Thieves and with praise from the likes of Joe Abercrombie and George RR Martin the saga of the Gentleman Bastard has become a favourite and key part of the fantasy landscape. And now Locke Lamora, thief, con-man, pirate, political deceiver must become a soldier.A new chapter for Locke and Jean and finally the war that has been brewing in the Kingdom of the Marrows flares up and threatens to capture all i...

Details The Thorn of Emberlain (Gentleman Bastard, #4)

TitleThe Thorn of Emberlain (Gentleman Bastard, #4)
Release DateJan 1st, 1970
Number of pages512 pages
GenreFantasy, Fiction

Reviews The Thorn of Emberlain (Gentleman Bastard, #4)

  • Seth
    Ok rude people, LISTEN UP. Someone made something you really enjoy, and instead of being grateful and taking it for what it is and accepting their writing process you moan and groan about YOUR needs. Art is not something you rush, and an artist who is a master of their craft is definitely not something to be taken for granted. So..Before you write an all capslock post about how they owe you, please just don't. Realize you are excited, not frustra...
  • Devontae Feller
    just release already!! second favorite series ever!
  • Kimberley
    March 2018.... I AM NOT OKAY!!!Why is Lamora being denied to me??