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Eddis by Megan Whalen Turnerprequel
Thief! (The Queen's Thief, #0.5) by Megan Whalen Turnerprequel
The Thief by Megan Whalen Turner1
Destruction by Megan Whalen Turnershort story
The Queen of Attolia (The Queen's Thief, Book 2) by Megan Whalen Turner2
The King of Attolia by Megan Whalen Turner3
A Conspiracy of Kings by Megan Whalen Turner4
Thick as Thieves (Queen's Thief) by Megan Whalen Turner5
Untitled (The Queen's Thief, #6) by Megan Whalen Turner6
World of the Queen's Thief Collection by Megan Whalen Turneromnibus 1-5

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The Thief introduces us to Eugenides or Gen who claims to be able to steal anything. His journey begins here and takes us through three more amazing periods of his life, all from varying perspectives.

Where The Thief is told from Gen's point of view, The Queen of Attolia places us on the shoulder of many characters and then in The King of Attolia we watch Gen struggle with himself as he accepts destiny mostly from the second hand perspective of a common soldier in the palace of Attolia. A Conspiracy of kings is both the continuation of Gen's journey and more particularly a chance for us to see his world through the tribulations and triumphs of a young friend, Sophos.

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