Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Witty and Sarcastic Bookclub

Confession: I didn’t love the Grisha trilogy, written prior to Six of Crows. I didn’t hate it, but it didn’t connect with me. So, I picked up Six of Crows in spite of, not because of, the original series.

I am so glad that I did! While Six of Crows does take place in the same world as the Grisha series, it’s also separate, and has a completely different feel. It’s dark and gritty, which I love.

Think Oceans 11 gone fantasy, and you’ve got the jumping off point for this book. Kaz “Dirtyhands” Brekker (one of the most interesting fantasy characters I’ve read in a long time) is a thief looking to get together a crew in order to pull off a heist that will net him a huge sum. He’s supposed to break into the Ice Court in order to recover a scientist who has managed to create…

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3 thoughts on “Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

  1. I didn’t know the Netflix series had Six of Crows and started watching it after reading Shadow and Bone. Then I go, who are these interesting characters that were not even in the book. Took a few episodes to make the connection. 😄 Now after your review, I want to read this one.


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