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Imagine a city within a city, where monsters walk the street and magic fills the night. And an egotistical assholetoo. And it is here that the Warden resides, using his cynical, streetwise, and violent skills to rule this slum as fondoss crime lord. View all 3 comments.

Are you in the mood for a fast-paced book that’s almost impossible to put down? They enforce their will with fire and sword. Good only for depravity and death. We slowly learn about his past through his encounters, dreams, recollections and actions. Overall I like the world of this book. They’re generally in over their heads and do the best they can. Danidl you should, Mr Polansky, as you should.

The narrator is an excellent match. I don’t get taken in by hype. There have been many other fantasy books that have been tossed aside never dankel be ventured near again.

A former war hero and intelligence agent, now a crime lord addicted to cheap violence and expensive narcotics, the Warden spends his days hustling for customers and protecting turf, until the chance discovery of a murdered child sets him on a collision course with findos life he’d left behind.


A wild spurt of laughter bubbled up from my gut, and I vomited it forth at the world. It’s not a bad book and apparently there’s a feel that many readers like immensely and really get into. That happens as you get older and the world moves on I understand. Tomorrow, the Killing Daniel Polansky January 18, 0. It bajoz seamlessly placed throughout while we are being dragged through Low Town by the narrator.

I never had to wade through pages of info dumps, boring me to tears. This is Low Town, a sprawling warren of side streets and back alleys, of boarded up windows and Book Description Rigus is the greatest city in the Thirteen Lands, a glittering metropolis of crystalline citadels and sumptuous manors, where the gentlewomen hide delicate smiles behind silken sleeves and bored nobles settle affairs of honour with cold steel.

I mean, I really am. The back of the book says: Jul 12, seak rated it really liked it Shelves: I have no idea what that adds up to really. The voice of Rob Shapiro was melodic and hypnotizing. M is a drifter with a sharp tongue, few scruples, and limited magical ability, who would prefer drinking artisanal beer to involving himself in the politics of the city.

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The Straight Razor Cure, a much more apt and fitting title. This book isn’t bad. Low Town was decimated by plague years ago; survivors have grown up, moved on, but still carry the horror of those days with them. The truth is, this little story here has me a teensy bit confused: Others might not find this an issue at all, preferring low magic settings, but I could have used a little more of the fantastical in my fantasy, if you know what I mean.


Open Preview See a Problem? The intelligence and wit of the prose did the job within a few paragraphs. Overall, an interesting read. Sep 01, Robyn rated it really liked it Shelves: But it didn’t happen. The only weakness in this narrative would have to be the minimal amount of magic or fantastical elements.

Take the progeny of a half millennium of inbred idiots, first cousins, and hemophiliacs. Ahora… digamos que estoy al margen. It’s a dirty, dangerous, gravel road.

Anyhow, the writing is concise, polqnsky, witty, and captures what it sets after. Told in the first person, Low Town is, and I don’t think I’m the first to report, a crime noir story in a fantastical setting. Welcome to Low Town Sounds great right? He decides to try first person this time, change is a good thing, right? The story is told as a narrative from the perspective bajis the hero of the book, his daily life unfolding as we go, after his discovery of a body of a young girl in the opening chapter.

I found him really hard to connect to. Now I’m struggling NOT to lower my rating to 2 miserable little stars.

A bloody good debut. Isto tako prica drzi paznju i ume da baci neocekivane okrete narocito kod toga ko je glavni krivac. So yay and stuff. Give it a try!