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  • Cool story

    I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was an interesting story. I found it easier to treat it as a original story, not based off Les Misérables because it felt different, despite many of the same names. Some of the events paralleled Les Misérables but there was lots of veering into new territory. The main character of this is Nina (Eponine) and I like that since the one in Les Misérables was not much in the spotlight. It is fun to learn about her being Black Cat, thief extraordinaire trying to save her sisters sold by their despicable father to Kaplan of the Tiger Guild (an even more despicable man). This was not a dull book and I enjoyed the thieving parts, especially the necklace and kiss right at the beginning and the breaking into the Chatelet. That reminded me of Inej from Six of Crows. There was so much tenseness as Nina did everything in her power to protect her sisters. She is a very strong character. I like her and Montparnasse. They are well matched. I am glad that there is not a huge cliffhanger though I can see how there can be more books in the series. This is a good book.

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