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I really thought I would like this book. The premise deals with a set of thieves caught up in multiple assassinations of the queens of a fictional kingdom. The queens share the ruling of the country by dividing it up into different sectors related to specialized fields, but all the queens live in the central area/kingdom. Then one day, they all end up dead. This is truly the most exciting part of the book. After that, comes a convoluted story written in an extremely uninteresting way that truly bored me to an extent that was impressive. The queens were seriously the most interesting part and with their deaths, we get stuck with the extremely boring lead character. Thieve stories when done right are great. This was not one of those times.

The cover is amazing and I really bought this because of the cover. One can say that that is the most impressive part of Four Dead Queens.