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    Lets get one thing straight: I did not expect this to be a fantasy books. Sure, it is set in a real place, at a real time, with somewhat real characters. What I did not bet on was there being a dragon monster in the river...and I won't continue because of spoilers. All in all, I really liked the premise. The gangs ruling Shanghai were believable and ruthless, and their ever going war was interesting to read about. The romance is an enemies to friends to lovers to enemies to accomplices to lovers to enemies, so if you want an emotional rollercoaster, here ya go. The actual plot was something unlike anything had seen before, and I was hooked on every word. My one warning: if you do not like bugs or blood, please don't read this book.
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    Featuring amazing heists, lovable characters, great friendships, and lots of waffles, Six of Crows is by far one of my favorite books of all time. The plot and world felt almost tangible, and after reading, I found myself longing to travel to Ketterdam. This extraordinary book has female characters that seemed real and believable, and they were people who I could root for in the story. Many fantasy novels tire out the "damsel in distress" trope, as they do the "overprotective boy who will kill you if you tough his girl" cliche, but this book does neither. Inej and Nina are powerful protagonists, as are Wylan, Jesper, Kaz, and Matthias. If you like heists, LGBTQ+ representation, hilarious friendly banter, and the occasional waffle, you will love Six of Crows.
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