Crooked Kingdom: Book 2 (Six of Crows), Leigh Bardugo
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Crooked Kingdom: Book 2 (Six of Crows)

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“You’d be surprised at what a man will do to avoid paying taxes.”
Liisa Keller
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Do you really have a flying ship?” blurted Jesper.

“No.”

“Oh.”

“I have several.”

“Take me with you.”
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“It isn’t easy for me either.”
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clasped her in his arms.
Liisa Keller
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What a luxury to turn your back on luxury.”
Liisa Keller
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“Pick up the pace,” Kaz said, eyeing his watch.

“If I spill a single drop of this, it will burn straight through the floor onto my father’s dinner guests.”

“Take your time.”
Mikan Mikan
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Living in this city was like being trapped in the chilly armpit of a frost giant.
Alicia Selene
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Kuwei turned to Jesper. “You should visit me in Ravka. We could learn to use our powers together .”

“How about I push you in the canal and we see if you know how to swim?” Wylan said with a very passable imitation of Kaz’s glare.

Jesper shrugged. “I’ve heard he’s one of the richest men in Ketterdam. I wouldn’t cross him.”
Alicia Selene
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After all their mad escapes and close calls, he’d started to believe the six of them were somehow charmed, that his guns, Kaz’s brains, Nina’s wit, Inej’s talent, Wylan’s ingenuity, and Matthias’ strength had made them somehow untouchable
Alicia Selene
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She smiled then, her eyes red, her cheeks scattered with some kind of dust. It was a smile he thought he might die to earn again
Alicia Selene
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Jesper focused on the bullet, sensed the smallest parts of it. Maybe he was the same. A bullet in a chamber, spending his whole life waiting for the moment when he would have direction
Alicia Selene
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Only in Kaz’s mind could chaos count for security
Alicia Selene
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Wylan summoned every bit of bravado he’d learned from Nina, the will he’d learned from Matthias, the focus he’d studied in Kaz, the courage he’d learned from Inej, and the wild, reckless hope he’d learned from Jesper, the belief that no matter the odds, somehow they would win. “I won’t talk,” he said.
Alicia Selene
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He became twice as ruthless, fought twice as hard. He stopped worrying about seeming normal, let people see a glimmer of the madness within him and let them guess at the rest. Someone got too close, he threw a punch. Someone dared to put hands on him, he broke a wrist, two wrists, a jaw. Dirtyhands , they called him
Alicia Selene
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“A Grisha can be taught at any age,” said Genya. “Alina Starkov didn’t discover her power until she was seventeen years old, and she … she was one of the most powerful Grisha who ever lived.” Genya pushed at Wylan’s left nostril. “It’s easier when you’re younger, but so is everything. Children learn languages more easily. They learn mathematics more easily.”

“And they’re unafraid,” said Wylan quietly. “It’s other people who teach them their limits.”
Alicia Selene
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He stood leaning on his cane, hair neatly pushed back from his pale brow, a black glass boy of deadly edges.
Alicia Selene
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Wylan’s grin broadened. His brow lifted. If that wasn’t an invitation …

“Well, hell,” Jesper muttered. He closed the distance between them and took Wylan’s face in his hands. He moved slowly, deliberately, kept the kiss quiet, the barest brush of his lips, giving Wylan the chance to pull away if he wanted to. But he didn’t. He drew closer.

Jesper could feel the heat from Wylan’s body against his. He slid his hand to the back of Wylan’s neck, tilting his head back, asking for more.

He felt greedy for something. He’d wanted to kiss Wylan since he’d first seen him stirring chemicals in that gruesome tannery—ruddy curls damp with the heat, skin so delicate it looked like it would bruise if you breathed on it too hard. He looked like he’d fallen into the wrong story, a prince turned pauper. From then on, Jesper had been stuck somewhere between the desire to taunt the pampered little merchling into another blush and the urge to flirt him into a quiet corner just to see what might happen. But sometime during their hours at the Ice Court, that curiosity had changed. He’d felt the tug of something more, something that came to life in Wylan’s unexpected courage, in his wide-eyed, generous way of looking at the world. It made Jesper feel like a kite on a tether, lifted up and then plummeting down, and he liked it.
Alicia Selene
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Mati en sheva yelu. This action will have no echo. It means we won’t repeat the same mistakes, that we won’t continue to do harm.
Alicia Selene
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Kaz was leaning heavily on his cane, his pace unrelenting, the sharp features of his face set in determined lines.

“We’ll fight our way out together,” Inej whispered.

Nina glanced from Inej to Kaz and saw they both wore the same expression. Nina knew that look. It came after the shipwreck, when the tide moved against you and the sky had gone dark. It was the first sight of land, the hope of shelter and even salvation that might await you on a distant shore.
Alicia Selene
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No matter the height of the mountain, the climbing is the same.”
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