Six of Crows

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Leigh Bardugo
5
Aug 8, 2021

Kaz Brekker is the worst of the worst in the Barrel, where all the thieves and thugs lie. His harrowing past has made him cruel beyond belief, and he’s known for being able to steal anything. When a prospering merchant offers him thirty million Kruge to hold the biggest heist of his life, he has no other option but to take it. Forming a team with a marksman who loves high risks, a treasonous convict barely surviving, a nationalistic witch with heartrending powers, a wealthy dealer’s son, and an assassin that survived the pleasure houses, Kaz sets his eyes on his biggest job yet. An insurmountable fortress lying in a distant region, a prisoner trapped inside that has sparked Armageddon, if Kaz fails, he could doom the world. Forced to improvise under pressure, face other nations’ teams trying to get their hands on the prize, can Kaz and his decrepit team stay up to the challenge?

This book was awesome! Its writing is beautiful, and the imagery is perfect. The characters are all believable, and the protagonists have realistic problems in their lives instead of being perfect robots that manage to do everything right. The environment this book is in is simply wondrous and the feeling I got whilst I read it was exhilarating. I couldn’t put this book down, and I doubt you’ll be able to put it down too! I’d definitely give it a five out of five stars. This book would be great for teenagers and up!

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Garrett L.

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