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  • Fun fantasy heist story!!

    Among Thieves is a debut fantasy that is a gritty, fast paced story that follows the exploits of a gang of miscreants called the Saints. The world of Thamorr is ruled by the Guildmasters but divided up into different kingdoms with their own individual rulers. War has been outlawed for hundreds of years due to the Guildmasters use of Adepts, mostly mindless people trained by the Guildmasters who serve the elite in Thamorr while showing unique physical abilities that keep the kingdoms in line. In the most desperate part of Carrowwick, the Saints are at constant war with other gangs to control the gambling dens and are always in search of information that will give them an edge over the other bosses. The Saints are ruled by Callum Clem and his right hand is the Butcher of Carrowwick, Ryia who has quite the love and affinity for her hatchets. Ryia possesses unique gifts that have allowed her to stay ahead of all the different people who are on the hunt for her. Each member of the Saints while loyal up to a point also have innumerable secrets that may break them apart as a new opportunity for a big score presents itself to the Saints. This was an enjoyable read and the different characters in the Saints were fun to get to know with my favorite being Ivan. Ryia's abilities and her ruthlessness certainly make her a unique character and learning about how she got her gifts was one of the best parts of the story. The story moved along quickly with many twists and fun banter back and forth with the members of the Saints. There are two main relationships in the story Ryia & Evelyn and Nash & Ivan and there are so many moments when you feel you are touching on getting real depth between the characters and you can almost touch it and then slips away. I felt at the end of the story that there were several opportunities to really add depth to these relationships and it just didn't quite get there. The story overall with the competition to get the big score was really fun and interesting and overall a good story!! My rating is 3.75/4

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