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message 1: by Ro (new)

Ro (rolangford) | 14 comments Mod
hello friends
this group has become inactive and this MUST CHANGE NOW
comment your favourite scene/quote from six of crows or crooked kingdom for clear skin and good grades
many thanks


message 2: by jodie (new)

jodie | 2 comments When kaz brekker is floating on his brothers dead body and almost dies :)))


message 3: by Holly (new)

Holly | 1 comments When Inej changes Kaz’s bandages :))


message 4: by jodie (new)

jodie | 2 comments Jodie wrote: "When kaz brekker is floating on his brothers dead body and almost dies :)))"

Jkjk it's when matthias dies :)))


Actually its any scene with wylan and jasper being wylan and jesper


message 5: by Ro (new)

Ro (rolangford) | 14 comments Mod
Holly wrote: "When Inej changes Kaz’s bandages :))"

this is so valid, that scene invented romance


message 6: by liz (new)

liz (multicalore) | 1 comments i have so many but on of them is the scene in crooked kingdom where wesper visit marya and wylan breaks down )): i love my son


message 7: by Elise (new)

Elise | 4 comments The scene where Kaz is falling down the ash tree's hidden rapids, and he thinks of one sunlit memory: Inej.
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“You shouldn’t make friends with crows,” he’d told her.
“Why not?” she asked.
He’d looked up from his desk to answer, but whatever he’d been about to say had vanished on his tongue.
The sun was out for once, and Inej had turned her face to it. Her eyes were shut, her oil-black lashes fanned over her cheeks. The harbour wind had lifted her dark hair, and for a moment Kaz was a boy again, sure that there was magic in this world.
“Why not?” she’d repeated, eyes still closed.
He said the first thing that popped into his head. “They don’t have any manners.”
“Neither do you, Kaz.” She’d laughed, and if he could have bottled the sound and got drunk on it every night, he would have.

"He needed to tell her … what? That she was lovely and brave and better than anything he deserved. That he was twisted, crooked, wrong, but not so broken that he couldn’t pull himself together into some semblance of a man for her. That without meaning to, he’d begun to lean on her, to look for her, to need her near.

"He needed to thank her for his new hat."


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