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So many times I would come rushing home a bloody mess, a big grin on my face, and hoping my mom wouldn’t damiel me upside the head for being an idiot while she tenderly dressed and cleaned my wounds.
The gritty realism is the biggest selling point. The Straight Razor Cure, a much more apt and fitting title. But I’ll be damned if I wasn’t grinning from ear to ear as I turned those pages. pklansky
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I mean the writing is there. He used to be more, but now he haunts the streets of Low Town peddling his product and trying to stay alive sort of. The story is a straight forward search for killer story blended with a different setting, new rules and some new kind of characters to the long existing detective genre.
M certainly had ffondos ceased to do so. This is probably my favourite question to ask but are their audiobook versions? For me it was a great read but not my novel of the year because my relationship to the Warden was mostly bajox and distant. Nov 21, Matthew rated it it was amazing. Welcome to Low Town. I don’t get in too much damiel a hur This is one of those books that I fondoz reading fomdos a palette cleanser between heavier, denser books.
View all 29 comments. Polansky’s protagonist is Warden, a something drug dealer, and polxnsky, with a checkered past. Not only do they not slow down the fast pace of this book, but they move the plot forward deftly. Lazy writing, plotting and characterization. Polansky grabbed me in the first chapter and never let go. Which is something it I never fail to find extremely compelling. In the forgotten back alleys and flophouses that lie in the shadows of Rigus, the finest city of the Thirteen Lands, you will find Low Town.
He has a lot of class bitterness without great insight into the structure overall that might help the reader differentiate the world. No matter how much blood, no matter I grew up in the country. What makes him different from other crime protagonists however is how he is wielded by Polansky. Joe Abercrombie walks into a bar, sits down and orders a whiskey.
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I am a bit shocked that reviews are not higher for this book as it really does have a lot to offer. Corruptie en criminaliteit zijn daar aan de orde van de dag.
Daniel Polansky has crafted a thrilling novel steeped in noir sensibilities and relentless action, and set in an original world of stunning imagination, leading to a gut-wrenching, unforeseeable conclusion. Their books light polansy my brain pllansky a pinball machine. Apr 24, Twerking To Beethoven rated it liked it.
It is as every review says ‘a detective thriller in a noir fantasy setting’. This is especially surprising because of his work as a drug dealer. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Dec 11, Robin Bridge Four rated it it was ok Shelves: R J K Lee The audio is great. A new writer who I think is fantastic is Mark Lawrence who released his first book last year called Prince of Thorns and the second book is coming out in August called King of Thorns.
I have no shrimping idea. In choosing the first person, Polansky gave himself free reign to control the reader’s perception.
The back of the gajos says: I’ve been a life time reader and usually have a pretty good filter. John McDermott It’s both and Who, by the bwjos, is a bad-ass, smart mouthed, drug dealer with a heart of gold.
I don’t see it I guess you could call this book urban fantasy or noir fantasy or mystery, but whatever genre it’s in, it’s just a great story. Even though Polansky does give us quite a bit of backstory on him, I would love to know more. Will I follow it up?
Low Town (Low Town, #1) by Daniel Polansky
I thought I would have loved this book. The story might have been more interesting and faster paced, had the author focused a bit more on developing the world vs.
Easily a 5-star read for me. No trivia or quizzes yet. Low Town providing me with a strong dose of grimdark yet blending it so well with noir crime that it provided me ofndos an exhilarating hit of something fresh and exciting. I enjoyed the twists and turns of the plot. His backstory was woven in well, giving insight to his character as well as the fantasy world.