six of crows


Here are some personalized reasons why you might want to read “Six of Crows” by Leigh Bardugo:

  1. If you love stories about heists and cons, “Six of Crows” is the book for you. The story follows a group of six criminals as they attempt to pull off an impossible heist in the bustling city of Ketterdam. With plenty of twists and turns along the way, this book is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
  2. The characters in “Six of Crows” are complex and compelling. Each of the six main characters has their own backstory and motivations, and the author does a great job of developing them all throughout the course of the book. Whether you’re rooting for the charming thief Kaz Brekker or the sharpshooting Inej Ghafa, there’s a character for everyone to love.
  3. The world-building in “Six of Crows” is top-notch. The author has created a rich and vivid world inspired by medieval Europe, complete with its own unique religions, cultures, and magical systems. Whether you’re exploring the winding streets of Ketterdam or venturing into the icy northern tundra, you’ll feel like you’re right there alongside the characters. Her prose is both poetic and punchy, and her descriptions of everything from the cityscape to the characters’ emotions are beautifully rendered.

And, there is also a Netflix series based on the book called “Shadow and Bone,” which is set in the same universe as “Six of Crows.” While the series does take some liberties with the source material, it’s still a great adaptation that’s definitely worth checking out if you enjoy the book.

rating: 10/10