19 Oct 2011 Lets start with a quote. From the Lies Of Locke Lamora, by Scott Lynch: The white-robed boys swept back their hoods and Locke saw that they were twins; perhaps a year or two older than himself, and far sturdier-looking. They had the olive skin and black hair of the true Camorri; their identical long, hook-ended noses, however, were something of an anomaly. Smiling, they joined hands and bowed in unison from the waist. ‘Um, hi,’ Locke said. ‘Which of you is . . . which?’ ‘Today, I am Galdo,’ said the one on Locke’s left. ‘Tomorrow, I will probably be Galdo,’ said the other ... {Tags: , , } {More...}