The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic. Leigh Bardugo. Short stories/Young adult/Fantasy. 2017. 224 pages. 4 stars.
Shut the door tight and make sure the latch is fastened. Dark things have a way of slipping in through narrow spaces.
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Crooked Kingdom. Leigh Bardugo. Fantasy/Young Adult. 2016. 536 pages. 5 stars. [Source: Bought]
“No mourners, no funerals. Another way of saying good luck. But it was something more. A dark wink to the fact that there would be no expensive burials for people like them, no marble markers to remember their names, no wreaths of myrtle and rose.”
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Six of Crows. Leigh Bardugo. Young Adult/Fantasy. 465 pages. Published September 29, 2015. [Source: Purchased at Fully Booked]
“When everyone knows you’re a monster, you needn’t waste time doing every monstrous thing.”
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