TBT 14: Six Of Crows

No Mourners. No Funerals. Yes Waffles! Our own Whisper-Dregs gathered to discuss their thoughts on Leigh Bardugo‘s hit YA fantasy-heist novel, Six Of Crows.


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Madeleine | @madnbooks | youtube.com/madnbooks
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Shelly | @shllybkwrm

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Fear the Darkling


Madeleine Cassier
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“Fine, make me your villain.” (Shadow and Bone, 341)

Alright, I’ve got a bit of a confession to make: I don’t exactly hate the bad boy trope.

I’m as guilty as the next person of finding the bad boy in literature interesting and, even at times, a wee bit irresistible. He could be a protagonist, he could be the antagonist — either way, if there’s a bad boy, he’s a little hard to miss.

There is, however, a very particular bad boy to whom I have never felt an attraction: Aleksander Morozova, The Darkling.


SPOILER WARNING: This post will contain some minor spoilers for the Grisha trilogy by Leigh Bardugo. Read on at your own risk.

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