The Winner's Crime by Marie Rutkoski

“If you won’t be my friend, you’ll regret being my enemy.” 


“Sometimes you think you want something,” Arin told him, “when in reality you need to let it go.” 


“There was dishonor, she decided, in accepting someone else’s idea of honor without question.”


“Her fierce creature of a mind: sleek and sharp-clawed and utterly unwilling to be caught.”


“She breathed in the cold, and it felt free, so she felt free, and it felt alive, so she felt alive.”






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