Six of Crows (Six of Crows, #1) by Leigh Bardugo


Title: Six of Crows (Six of Crows, #1)

Author: Leigh Bardugo

Genre: Fantasy & Young Adult

Publication date: September 29, 2015




The Immortal Bibliophiles Book Club June & July book choice


“Kaz leaned back. “What’s the easiest way to steal a man’s wallet?”
“Knife to the throat?” asked Inej.
“Gun to the back?” said Jesper.
“Poison in his cup?” suggested Nina.
“You’re all horrible,” said Matthias.”




I just finished the wonderful book that is Six of Crows!
I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to read this. I can’t even find the right words to describe this book. It was so unique. I never thought I’d read a book as complex as that. The world building, the characters, the places and events, everything was just mind blowing! It really leaves you speechless.


“Six people, but a thousand ways this insane plan could go wrong.”


The plot was so interesting and complicated and different from any book that I’ve read before. Leigh Bardugo managed to capture my interest on every single page. The characters were so raw and unapologetic and badass. And I’m actually still screaming inside!
Each character had their own reasons for being in the barrel. Each character had a whole backstory more deep than the one before. I found myself getting really attached to them. More like I love them with every fiber of my being, but you get the point.


“She’d laughed, and if he could have bottled the sound and gotten drunk on it every night, he would have. It terrified him.”


Six outcasts on their way on a mission that is probably the most dangerous of all, and more like a suicide mission. Kaz Brekker has officially become one of my most favorite characters ever. Dubbed Dirtyhands and the leader of the Dreags. He represents every bit an anti-hero to me, and I love it! Inej, her Suli proverbs and her badass skills as the Wraith. Nina, the beautiful and deadly Heartrender. Jesper the sharpshooter (and sass king). Matthias the Fjerdan was a little grump but I ended up loving him too. And can’t forget about Wylan, one of the most underrated balls of fluff to ever exist.


“No Mourners.
No Funerals.”





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