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  • “Too bad I didn’t do that in ‘Dueling Cavalier’. They might have liked it.”
  • “Why don’t you?”
  • “What?”

“Singin’ In The Rain”, 1952  (dir. Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly)

with Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds and Jean Hagen 

Why you should read the Gentleman Bastard sequence

- Deep, interesting and compelling characters with unique personalities.
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- Rich, detailed and gorgeous settings that will make you want to live in the world that Scott Lynch has created itself.
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- Brilliant and outrageous dialogue that will have you in a constant fit of laughter.
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- Badass and outrageous action sequences that will make you feel like it is happening right there in the room.
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- Incredible and descriptive writing by the author, Scott Lynch.
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- It doesn’t sexualise women. In fact, it happens to portray them as strong, smart, independent leaders and fighters, who don’t necessarily need a man to hold their ground for them.
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- And it’s also been praised by George R. R. Martin, who just so happens to be the author of ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series, better known as the Game of Thrones novels.
- Oh, and did I mention Locke Lamora?

So this is where we are at… that’s sweet Jean Beazley and kindhearted Lucien Blake kissing each other’s face off. And yes, that an engagement ring on her finger.