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Join Us For “The Lies of Locke Lamora” Read-A-Long!

It’s coming – it will steal your time, it will pick your pocket, and it will win your heart.

We can’t do it without you, so read on!

SF Signal is delighted to announce that we will be participating in a read a long of Scott Lynch’s The Lies of Locke Lamora along with you, in concert with the fine folks from:

Who is Chains? Why should he find young Locke a bargain? Who, exactly, are the Gentleman Bastards?

You’ll find out on the first of March. Why do you need to know now? Well, you need the book, don’t you? Or you need time to dig it out of your TBR pile…(yes, I saw that!) Or your TBR again…(that would be MY pile) Kids, it’s going to be epic. Go forth to your book piles, library, or bookshop and get ready.

Your hosts will be reading the book and putting up posts at regular times, rotating around. Our posts will include our impressions of the story as it unfolds and questions zinging around in our heads.

What will you do? The possibilities are endless. What would you like to do? You can follow along and comment on our posts. If you would like to be on an email list for this adventure, email me at beinganashley [at] gmail [dot] com, replacing the [at] and [dot] accordingly. If you have a great idea, email me! Otherwise, pop in when you like and/or sign up to follow the other sites.

The Lies of Locke Lamora has wit, character, intrigue; and also violence, questionable language, and sex. What more could you ask for?

I can’t wait!

6 Comments on Join Us For “The Lies of Locke Lamora” Read-A-Long!

  1. Karen Moore // February 7, 2012 at 8:27 am //

    I would like to participate. Please place me on the email list. Thanks!

  2. Okay, I’m in.

  3. Joerg Grau // February 7, 2012 at 1:20 pm //

    The book is indeed in my TBR pile…Add me to the e-mail list!

  4. Sounds great.
    Sign me up, please

  5. When I read this the first time, I had not expected to love it one-tenth as much as I did. I will be enthusiastically reading along.

  6. Awesome and perfectly timed. I have been debating what to read next and ‘The Lies of Locke Lamora’ has indeed been in my TBR pile for several years. Count me in.

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