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Die Republik der Diebe Locke Lamora, Meisterdieb, L gner und wahrer Gentleman, ist mit seinem Kumpan Jean nur knapp dem Piratentod entronnen Nun ist er wieder auf Beutejagd, doch dann begegnet er einer Frau, die er l ngst tot glaubte Sabetha, seine wahre Liebe und die ist entschlossen, Locke ein f r alle Mal zu vernichten, im Auftrag der finsteren Soldmagier F r Locke und Jean geht es nun um alles oder nichts By this point I fully confess I AM DOOMED TO LOVE EVERY BOOK IN THE GENTLEMEN BASTARD SERIES Doomed I tell you Because it s hurting me but I m so obsessed I can t stop And although this one is actually my least favourite of the 3 so farit s still freaking 5 stars So DOOMED, I say again, and then I fall on a heap on the floor because The Thorn of Emberlain doesn t come out till April and I m suuuuuuffering with the waiting NOTE the cliffhanger isn t actually as bad as the last book s By this point I fully confess I AM DOOMED TO LOVE EVERY BOOK IN THE GENTLEMEN BASTARD SERIES Doomed I tell you Because it s hurting me but I m so obsessed I can t stop And although this one is actually my least favourite of the 3 so farit s still freaking 5 stars So DOOMED, I say again, and then I fall on a heap on the floor because The Thorn of Emberlain doesn t come out till April and I m suuuuuuffering with the waiting NOTE the cliffhanger isn t actually as bad as the last book s NOTE 2 that doesn t stop me hungering for the next one so so badly that I m climbing my bookshelf and screeching at the moon NOTE 3 status rabid fan level 10 acquired A BRIEF RUNDOWN OF THE CONTENTS OF THIS BOOK it features politics because they get hired to rig an election it s also aaaaaall about Bonds Mages again Not the Falconer, but just the bonds mages in general and it really surprised me how lowkey they generally were Except oh boy do those bond mages go and mess with your brain 100% of the time and then THAT ENDING HOLY KELP IN A BARNACLE BOWL THAT ENDING There is a plot twist that may or may not be true about Locke and his real identity and I m dead SABETHA IS BACK Or, well, here for the first time We ve had two books of Locke thinking about her and BOOM she s an actual person It does backflashes to Locke s childhood where he and the Bastard crew went on an acting sprint and it s hilarious and perfect and shows how he and Sabeth first fell in love when they were about 16 there is so much swearing and black humour and it s just perfect It s clever So much con artisting I M ADDICTED I LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH I CANNOT EVEN WITH JUST HOW MUCH I LOVE IT OKAY.Jean and Locke continue to be epic bros They fight a LOT less in this book And like book 2 is Jean s romance life, so book 3 is Locke s Unfortunately Jean s idea of romance is like fighting enemies onboard a ship with wind blowing in your hair next to the love of your life as canons fire around them Locke s idea, on the other hand, is falling on his face every time he sees his crush because CRUSH and then getting poisoned by her and he s not even mad.If Locke Was In Mean Girls Lock one time Sabetha hit me in the faceand it was AWESOME.Jean hits himself repeatedly in a brick wall and asks what he did to deserve being around Locke YEAH OKAY I ADMIT I felt the romance sucked a lot The problem is Sabetha I did not like her, fiends I did not She has the better than thou attitude down pat And Locke is just BONKERS for her and is a real idiot all the time around her and it was so frustrating because he s smarter than this And she plays the game of lead him on smack him down and takes any opportunity to run away from himwhile still sending messages that she loves him Like wut Why THIS IS NOT OKAY If the romance positions were flipped and it was a girl weeping after a boy who lead the girl on it wouldn t be okay at all I did, however, end up somewhat shipping them But Alsono Locke Jean 4EVA They actually care about each other, dude And also like, I enjoyed the story 99.9% OF COURSE because theses are my favourite boys But going from pirates on the high seas to politics was a definite drop for me Mostly the politics were staging dastardly prank ish warsso it wasn t like confusing or anything It was fun It was full of schemes and cons But Pirates How can anything live up to tHE GLORY THAT WERE THOSE PIRATES IN BOOK 2 But omg Did I mention the freaking plot twists yet I m so so so so floored I cannot wait for book 4 so badly because I NEED ANSWERS ABOUT LOCKE S PAST Also I know Locke s full name and it s hilariously terrible OTHER THINGS I LOVED how much I laughed like full on choking I was laughing so hard at the sass and quips which is awkward when one is listening to an audio FYI.people begin to think you re nuts the broship between Jean Locke gives me life everyone constantly nearly dies and it s great backstabbing people playing people who are playing people so much info about the Bond Mages which was interesting Jean is hopelessly addicted to coffee and it s relatable Locke gets a prophecy that s freaking me out view spoiler Key, crown, child Okay so obviously Locke steals a lot of money, gets crowned king, he and Sabeth have a child, then he gets murdered so the fans never know happiness predictions hide spoiler DID I MENTION THE LEVELS OF SASS AND THIEVERY MY TWO FAVOURITE THINGSBasically the Gentleman Bastards are the actual best series that s happened to me in a long time It s so firmly on my top favourites shelf that I think it s glued there Forever 3 I m just crying becauseI love it so much and there s like 4 years between book releases Thanks for nothing, Cait, for starting an epic fantasy series with a slow author You deserve this pain, YOU THOUGHTLESS GUMNUT.Now excuse me while I go shout my feelings into the void of WHY HAVE I FINISHED ALL THE AVAILABLE BOOKS AND I WANT MORE I have no complaints No critiques This series is perfect in my eyes It s my new favorite series of them all I cannot WAIT for book four 4 5False names are fun, said Calo Call me Beefwit Smallcockthis review contains mass amounts of quotes and fanart because I m so inlove with these books and can t get enough You have been warned This is a tough review for me to write, mainly because I really love this series and consider it a favorite, so I had high expectations for this novel However my expectations for this one were not met and I m kinda disappointed I really truly feel it is the weakest story in the se 4 5False names are fun, said Calo Call me Beefwit Smallcockthis review contains mass amounts of quotes and fanart because I m so inlove with these books and can t get enough You have been warned This is a tough review for me to write, mainly because I really love this series and consider it a favorite, so I had high expectations for this novel However my expectations for this one were not met and I m kinda disappointed I really truly feel it is the weakest story in the series so far Why Well this book was BORING Don t get me wrong, I still really enjoyed reading it, but it wasn t that fun to read and I found myself losing interest It was actually kind of a chore I think the reason why I didn t enjoy this book as much, is due to the amount of politics and the fact that there is no complex scheme happening in the background, it didn t have its usual excitement I personally just hated the fact that the whole novel was basically about Lockes obsession for Sabetha an election and a goddamn play There was no heisty goodness or any badassery Like there wasn t even a good FIGHT in this whole novel It s fucking blasphemy I swear, I nearly died of boredom I do however understand the importance of this novel to the overall plot line Yes it was boring, however it was good and informative We found out a lot about Lockes past and we also finally meet Sabetha We also find out Lockes real name insert incoherent screaming , this is honestly the thing I ve looked most forward to all series So I still loved this special gem I understand that Scott Lynch started suffering from depression during the making of this novel that s also the reason the wait on book four has been prolonged I have a lot of sympathy for depression suffers and I m really proud of Scott, he still managed to write such an amazing story while suffering internally And I hope him a quick recoveryThree things must you kiss before I let you spook me for good My boots, my balls, and my assThe plot is a continuation of the last story Locke is poisoned and dying slowly Jean has hired all the physikers to have him healed, however the poison has gone too far A mysterious stranger turns up on the doorstep with a cure However the price for the cure is to work for the Magi of Karthain Who Locke and Jean have a rocky past with Locke soon finds out that his beloved Sabetha is also working for the Magi So what will the Gentleman Bastards decide to do This is a tale of how Locke fell for Sabetha It was quite cute like had me smiling so much my jaw was sore the next day and it was also extremely funny with LOADS of banter So overall a okay book, I just hate romance and found this book to focus mainly on the romance, which just becomes boring for me, especially when you know how they end up because of the prior books mention of Lockes feelings for Sabetha Speaking of Sabetha, I just have to say I really truly love Sabetha I think she is amazing I totally get why people hate her BUT I love her I swear she s exactly like Locke onlysnarky She s perfection Literally the most sassy character to ever existI try to live by a cardinal rule of our shared profession, namely, always leave a sucker wanting I love flashbacks to Lockes past with Chains for a few reasons, a because the sass is strong b because of the Sanza twins I love them so much Especially Calo The hell you ll do it, said Calo You and that shaved head, you look like a vulture s cock This job calls for some elegance c Chains is hilarious staunch I love him Touch either of my children again, said Chains in a tone of voice unlike anything Locke had ever heard, and I ll break you into so many fucking pieces not a whore in the city will ever be able to figure out which wrinkled scrap to suck Seriously I m so glad we had the flashbacks, if it wasn t for the Sanza twins and the whack shit they say, I swear I wouldn t have been able to finish this novel Also there wasn t enough Jean in this novel I love him missed him, yeah he was there but he didn t do much Jean chapters are normally my favourite chaptersJean poured two glasses of wine and set one in front of Locke He took a swig from his own It tasted like something out of a tanning vat Ah, he said, demonic ass wash Just the thingThe ending was amazing, especially the last ten pages Like I wish the whole book was as exciting as that ending Can book four, PLEASE HURRY UP The suspense is already killing me.Recommended to all fantasy fans 15 due to the amount of swearing fuckeryMore Camorri than you ve ever seen in your fucking life Not just us, or the other three currently toiling on your behalf on the other side of this pimple of a city I mean big, unreasonable, cross eyed motherfuckers straight out of the wombs of hell, and they ll take you for a ride Locked in a box, ten days, all the way to Camorr sloshing in your own piss All fanart used in this review is by Kejablank I LOVED the flashbacks in the The Lies of Locke Lamora, and I LOVED seeing the gentlemen bastards all working and interacting with each other In Red Seas Under Red Skies, those flashback were only there for a little bit, and I severely missed seeing all the bastards together Not this time though In The Republic of Thieves, we have a full book of interlude flashbacks that contain all the original members of the gentleman bastard include Sabetha The flashback this time dealt, at first, with ho I LOVED the flashbacks in the The Lies of Locke Lamora, and I LOVED seeing the gentlemen bastards all working and interacting with each other In Red Seas Under Red Skies, those flashback were only there for a little bit, and I severely missed seeing all the bastards together Not this time though In The Republic of Thieves, we have a full book of interlude flashbacks that contain all the original members of the gentleman bastard include Sabetha The flashback this time dealt, at first, with how Locke and Sabetha first met how Locke was such a little school boy trying to talk to and impress her to suddenly everyone goes to a theatre pretending to be actors to start in the play, The Republic of Thieves.In The Republic of Thieves, the framework of the past operates around Locke and Sabetha s shared history, while the present is a competition over elections in a foreign country, the Bondsmagi s backyard And it really is a competition, an utterly hilarious one as Locke and Sabetha strive against and with each other, smacking you in the face with how ridiculous politics in elections become.We getof the mysterious creepers that are the Bondsmagi with alarming implications of what s to come in future books We getof Jean Tannen, and he keeps pushing Locke, too We get horrifying situations and the characters wit has me snickering through them We get an ending that is bittersweet and perfect.I have to say its incredible reading how Locke s characters has changed over these three books The Locke I first met in Lies and as a child with Chains, is nothing like the Locke we see in this book Heck, the Locke at the start and end is different But what s so incredible is, through all of Locke s character personality and motive, not once I have question how he did this or why he suddenly believes that.Fans of the series know how much of a rollercoaster life has taken Locke on, but somehow, Scott has made it all make sense Not one time have I ever questions one word, action, motive, or choice that Locke has made or any character for that matter The Republic of Thieves packs a punch or three, and it s fun besides It s not what I was expecting, but I m delighted with what we got Hardship is boring as all hell Gotta find laughs if you can t stay drunk What a great fantasy series this is I did find this one ever so slightly harder to tackle, it s a good 100 pages longer than book 2 and a lot of the content was quite political and less fast moving.Locke and Jean have managed to escape their latest escapade on the high seas and are now firmly back on land Before long they have been swept up by the Bondsmagi and forced into another heist filled with deception and tricHardship is boring as all hell Gotta find laughs if you can t stay drunk What a great fantasy series this is I did find this one ever so slightly harder to tackle, it s a good 100 pages longer than book 2 and a lot of the content was quite political and less fast moving.Locke and Jean have managed to escape their latest escapade on the high seas and are now firmly back on land Before long they have been swept up by the Bondsmagi and forced into another heist filled with deception and trickery.The narrative switches between the present day, and flashbacks to when the Gentleman s Bastards were young and given an important task by father chains, to become part of a group of players, and learn to work together.We finally get to meet Sabetha in this book which is great as we d heard so much about her in the first two books Her on off relationship with Locke kept me on edge, particuarly when it turns out that Sabetha had also been hired by the Bondsmagi to compete against Locke and Jean.With all the double crossing and secret keeping we have come to expect from Locke Lamora, there is plenty to keep the reader interested So much intricate world building, and a big twist at the end.I m not sure how long we will be waiting for book 4, so I may reread the first 3 before that happensI don t expect life to make sensebut it would certainly be pleasant if it would stop kicking us in the balls This review doesn t really contain spoilers until the second part, when I say there are spoilers However, some vague information about earlier books is drawn upon in the first part If you re being cautious, don t read this review Upon first discovering its impending release Sabetha Wait Wait, you mean we actually get to meet Sabetha Well, Jesus I ve been wanting to meet this Sabetha forever If she s the reason Locke is both obsessed with and wary of red heads, I want to know who s This review doesn t really contain spoilers until the second part, when I say there are spoilers However, some vague information about earlier books is drawn upon in the first part If you re being cautious, don t read this review Upon first discovering its impending release Sabetha Wait Wait, you mean we actually get to meet Sabetha Well, Jesus I ve been wanting to meet this Sabetha forever If she s the reason Locke is both obsessed with and wary of red heads, I want to know who she is If saying What would Sabetha think of you, right now can shock Locke out of a depressed stupor, I want to know why If he swoons upon thought of her, grimaces upon hearing her name, and gets defensive upon mention of his feelings towards herwell, you get the picture I want to know who the frick this woman is to be able to make the Bastard a gibbering mess of self pity.Locke s match in skill and wit ReallyThere actually is such a thing I suppose for someone as vain as our dear Locke, his infatuation must be just so.Now he will oppose her I m not sure if I m excited for him, or if I feel bad for him.We haven t even seen her in scene in any of the reminiscences Just her name mentioned, her whereabouts just partially revealed, or something vaguely said about her general appearance We know for sure that Locke finds her attractive She is the only female Gentleman excuse me Lady Bastard She s done something unforgivable, though it is unclear what We know she is far, far away We know that she s a genius a freaking MATCH IN WITS with our dear Locke She is the Rose of Camorr, whereas Locke is the Thorn She s most likely older than him, as Chains mentions signs of puberty appearing in her much earlier than in Locke She s a red head, which isn t a secret She s mad, insane, as according to anyone who had ever met her Locke still loves her or her memory at least, I suppose.I m going to assume she is nearly identical in personality to Mr Lamora Mostly because, well, Locke is a self obsessed narcissist at times Sure he s had his moments of self judgement But mostly he s a conceited asshole I m not saying we don t love him for it, I m just listing facts.I m also going to assume that when Locke lays eyes on her again, Jean will have to hold up his slack, inanimate body I m just guessing, but you have to agree that it s rather logical take into consideration both Locke s image of her as described by Lynch, and some of Lynch s character reaction tendencies, and there you go Consider it a theory.I m excited, if you didn t pick that up already.Edit 8 6 12 God, I hope it s really coming out this month Oh, Lord, I pray to theeEdit Later Whatdayaknow It s not.Edit Even Later GODDAMMIT, LYNCH.Edit Even Even Later Oooooh, so now it s coming out October this year, 2013 I m almost afraid to hope so.But I really, really hope so.Edit Much Later YEEEEEESSSSS IIIIII HAAAAAAAAVVVVVVEEEEEE IIIIIITTTTTTTTTT Edit Upon Finishing Oh My God.It wasn t a love story love stories make me angry but it was just right in that it portrayed love, but still kept it in the background of the overall story.And when the book DID reveal it and decided to play with it a little bit, the story reached heavenly proportions Oh my God.Spoiler free overview The Story He s in love.But his long ago lover left him years and years ago However, when he finally joins her again, she is his enemy by design.They are working against each other, much as they did in childhood revealed through Interludes , to achieve opposing ends.And in the end, Locke s true ancestry is revealed There is brief foreshadowing of his ancestry, by the way you may catch it.The Interludes Sabetha was Locke s first Minder, an older child assigned to himself and some others as an overseer during his earlier childhood.Upon first sight, when she spoke her first word to him, he fell in love though he didn t know this yet.Later in life, they are both assigned to Chains, and as they age, things becomecomplicated between them.Eventually, Chains sends them away during these awkward years, to get a hold of themselves and relearn to work together as a team, rather than argue like old men and women.They are sent away to work for a man named Jasmer Moncraine, an actor, head of the Moncraine Company, preparing to preform a play entitled The Republic of Thieves And despite the fact that this goes horribly wrong, the group of young Brother and Sister Bastards do become reliant on each other, once 2.5 3 RTCI was in love with the first book in the series, The Lies of Locke Lamora Everything about it made me jump with joy while reading, even the gory parts I loved the characters, the cussing, the banter between the characters, the dark side of Locke s mind, even the never ending world building On to Red Seas Under Red Skies I still enjoyed it a lot even thoughthan half was set on the sea and I am not a fan of seafaring Still, the plot was interesting, Locke and Jean were as fu 2.5 3 RTCI was in love with the first book in the series, The Lies of Locke Lamora Everything about it made me jump with joy while reading, even the gory parts I loved the characters, the cussing, the banter between the characters, the dark side of Locke s mind, even the never ending world building On to Red Seas Under Red Skies I still enjoyed it a lot even thoughthan half was set on the sea and I am not a fan of seafaring Still, the plot was interesting, Locke and Jean were as fun as ever and the ending did not disappoint The Republic of Thieves, on the other hand, was a disappointment I postponed reading it because I was expecting a fail based on my friends reviews and the author s state of mind when he wrote the novel Scott Lynch suffers from severe anxiety and depression and wrote TROT while going through a divorce You can clearly see that he was unwell in his writing, by its bleakness and lack of spark I am sorry for him, I hope he recovers and manages to continue the series but I will not give extra points for sympathy I will write my reviews for the content of what I m reading Why was I so disappointed Let s start with the plot It was boring, stale and the resolution lacked the spark of genius that the other two volumes had In short and spoiler free, Locke and Jean are hired coerced by half of the Bondsmagi to help them win rig an election between two parties Surprise, the opposition hires Sabetha counter Locke s efforts We finally get to meet the infamous love of Locke s life and they are supposed to be fighting with each other It should have been amazing, fireworks should fly around, I shouldn t have been able to put the book down Sadly, that did not happen The whole election intrigue was lacking any life and I sort of just wanted to end Next, the love story We waited for 1200 pages or so to meet Sabetha and when we did it was so anticlimactic and lame I could not see any chemistry between the two of them although the author tried hard to create some Locke felt a bit pathetic with his puppy love attitude and his willingness to suffer continuously because of love Thirdly, the side story which covers about half of the book We are taken back in time when the crew was still together and younger They are sent by Father Chains to play in an itinerant theater company outside Camorr and there they are faced with a number of challenges We also get the chance to see how Sabetha and Locke got together Sadly, this part was a boring as the other onet and again there was no chemistry between the two lovebirds The first 100 pages and the last 100 saved the novel for me but it wasn t enough to make it a good read I will continue with the series if the author ever gets to finish the next one which I doubt but I will not hold my hopes too high You want a lesson, boy If you find yourself being born, climb back in as quick as you can, because life s a bottomless feast of shitAnd isn t that the truth Locke Lamora has been through hell, and his life is about to get evenmessy After dealing with a dreaded Bondmagi in the Lies of Locke Lamora, and somehow surviving, Locke has found himself on borrowed time after his experience in Red Seas Under Red Skies.Pumping through his veins is a deadly poison It is slowly eating away aYou want a lesson, boy If you find yourself being born, climb back in as quick as you can, because life s a bottomless feast of shitAnd isn t that the truth Locke Lamora has been through hell, and his life is about to get evenmessy After dealing with a dreaded Bondmagi in the Lies of Locke Lamora, and somehow surviving, Locke has found himself on borrowed time after his experience in Red Seas Under Red Skies.Pumping through his veins is a deadly poison It is slowly eating away at his organs until nothing remains His blood is trying to escape from his body, seeping through his eyes, his fingers and who knows where else It s a nasty way to go, and there s no known cure Sounds like the end of his thieving days until someone very unexpected offers him a deal in exchange for his life A tempting offer, though even death soundsappealing than working for such a nasty bunch of people Locke s a survivor though he will take his chances and live to steal another day.Let the game begin Here s where the novel started to get real interesting Told side by side with the main story, Lynch revisits Locke s childhood onceThere was once a girl, Sabetha, someone who has haunted his steps since the day he met her Locke is a charmer As an adult, he is the kind of guy who can get anything he wants and anyone he wants if he really applied his mind to it But he doesn t He s only ever wanted one person His love was strong, pure and enduring And now he is about to face off against her as part of the deal he accepted On opposing sides of an election between the Bondmagi, each thief has been tasked with insuring that their respective party wins the day They test each other s wits, engage in underhand moves and try to remove their opponent in the most efficient of ways The mages sit back and enjoy the show No blood is allowed to be spilled so this very much remains a game of intellect between two equals It became eveninteresting as the sub plot how Locke and Sabetha first became romantically involved is told along with it Lynch really knows how to end his chapters on a powerful line that just keeps you hooked on the story I stormed through this book as I wanted to see how the past shaped the future The romance plot was eloquently handled Locke loves Sabetha, and he understands that she needs space and time, but what he struggles to understand is the fact that she is his equal as a thief She doesn t want to exist in his shadow She wants to create her own legend, not be part of someone else s Time will bring them back together again, though I don t think things will ever work out the way Locke wants But that s life This has easily been the strongest book in the series so far, I really look forward to seeing how it all develops in the future Gentleman Bastards books are special and unforgettable to me for a good reason Mr Lynch used a strong, fun storyline that kept me hooked Republic of Thieves has two branches in a storyline and it is a fun read too The two stories blend perfectly with the events helping to reveal one another I think it s a complicated trick to present a story, but Lynch does it skillfully The main star of this novel is the political intrigue and the Bastards do it nicely with their sly and shrewd characte Gentleman Bastards books are special and unforgettable to me for a good reason Mr Lynch used a strong, fun storyline that kept me hooked Republic of Thieves has two branches in a storyline and it is a fun read too The two stories blend perfectly with the events helping to reveal one another I think it s a complicated trick to present a story, but Lynch does it skillfully The main star of this novel is the political intrigue and the Bastards do it nicely with their sly and shrewd characters to run the show.I really enjoyed the past and present relationship between Locke and Sabetha at last Oh and I just want to knowandabout her in the series She is a great match to Locke, so tough, clever and sly Luv ya gurl 3 There was a darker shade that played in the relationship between Locke and Sabetha, and it was really interesting to see the differences between the past and present, as I could watch the growth of the main characters But still I had to wonder why their teasing relationship game went on for so long Why not remain together at last As their relationship went back and forth, it left me in a weird mood I enjoyed the book truly, especially the writing, but at the same time, I found myself stuck to continue forward, because of the teasing in the relationship and a small lack of sparks in the storyline I expectedunexpected twists and turns from the three Bastards, fighting in politics I think Gentleman Bastards didn t shine in their full glory The ending was thrilling and so unexpected, but Locke and Jean didn t play the main parts there Their ending was a little bit easy and simple The return of the greatest enemy of the Gentleman Bastards was awesome It outshined Locke and Jean to me in some way.But still The Republic of Thieves is a great book and I am interested in how the story of Locke Lamora, Sabetha and Jean will continue, as I loved the characters


About the Author: Scott Lynch

I was born in St Paul, Minnesota on April 2, 1978, the first of three brothers I ve lived in the Minneapolis St Paul area my entire life currently, just across the border in Wisconsin, about half an hour east of the Twin Cities The Lies of Locke Lamora, my first novel, was bought by Simon Spanton at Orion Books in August, 2004 Prior to that I had just about every job you usually see in this sort of author bio dishwasher, busboy, waiter, web designer, office manager, prep cook, and freelance writer I trained in basic firefighting at Anoka Technical College in 2005, and became a volunteer firefighter in June of that year.In 2007 The Lies of Locke Lamora was a World Fantasy Award finalist In 2008 I received the Sydney J Bounds Best Newcomer Award from the British Fantasy Society.In 2010, I lost a marriage but gained a cat, a charming ball of ego and fuzz known as Muse Musicus Maximus Butthead Rex I My partner, the lovely and critically acclaimed SF F writer Elizabeth Bear, lives in Massachusetts.


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