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I would say that this book is pretty steriotypical for this genre. Slightly better than normal in terms of characters plans not always going perfectly, and some queer characters.
I enjoyed it but it's nothing out of the ordinary for this genre. Read it if you want a easy and fun dungeon core book that has more women in it than normal.
I will probably pick up the sequel
This book has made me realise that the amount of women in this genre as MCs is growing, and I kinda hope it turns into somthing like the Urban Fantasy genre, as in LOADS of badass women. It's so much easier to fangirl about women characters
I am a bit sad, it's good, but not Azarinth Healer levels of good.
I hope this will be one of the things that you can see the writer improve as the series goes on (I assume it'll be a series?). A LOT of potential here