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Review: The Wicked + The Divine 1831 Is a Gorgeous Twist on the Romantics

1831 isn’t going to spoil anything for trade waiters (Rising Action, the trade for the fourth arc, is out in a few weeks), but it will give theorizers at any stage of reading a lot to think about.
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