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Child of Nod (The Balance #1)

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Gobs, Hobs, and Gods

The fire blazed bright, a thing Crob did not like, but had little choice in. There were a lot of things he didn’t like out on the plain–the open sky, the burning sun, the stars hanging above like fiery stalactites. Each night he laid in his small roll and covered his head, sure that he […]
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"If you’ve ever wondered what a Terry Pratchett novel would look like if he got drunk and dabbled in grimdark, well...here you go. The table of contents alone gives a great indication of RoT’s tone and my god could I not stop laughing. If you enjoy..." Read more of this review »
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"We were the worst kind of people. For the best reasons. We understood that, even if no one else did.

After a robbery gone horribly wrong, Cord, a cursed thief, broadens his horizons and plans to execute the heist of a lifetime. With fellow thief an..." Read more of this review »
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“To be precise, I’d say you’re in the village of Hamlin. To be realistic, I’d say you’re exactly where you need to be.”
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