Review: Six of Crows, Leigh Bardugo

There are no spoilers in this review.

So…. you’re not actually dreaming: I have read Six of Crows.

It took me approximately three years to get to THE most hyped book of all times and, to be completely honest with you, I was terrified. You know, when you want to read a book, you wait a little bit until the hype dies down? The Six of Crows hype NEVER died and that’s what scared me, because it certainly couldn’t be THAT good.

Let’s say my expectations were sky-high, despite having waited for so long to read it. And you know what? I now 300% get why this book was so hyped and why everyone loves it so much. A complex, fascinating world. THESE CHARACTERS though were my everything. I loved them to pieces.

I buddy-read Six of Crows with the lovely Evelina and therefore my review is going to look a bit different here, because she does buddy-reading reviews. Basically, we ask each other questions about the book as a whole and we answer them. You can check out all of my feelings and answers below! Head over to Evelina’s blog post afterwards to read my questions and her answers.

1. Give me a rough approximation of your feelings about Six of Crows. GIFs allowed!

2. Who was your favorite character and why? Tell me more about how you felt about the character building (brilliant, right?) Would you consider this book to be mostly character driven?

I loved ALL of the characters in this book so, very much, yet I think my favorite character was Inej. There’s just something about her that I loved – from her attachement to her family, to her complex past and relationship with Kaz, how strong, determined, driven and present for her friends she is, yet without losing all of these weaknesses and parts of her that makes her human, too, realistic and relatable. Like her fears. I just wanted to hug her all along.

Like I said, though, I loved all of the characters so much and found the building brilliant, how we slowly got to know each of them, their past, fears, details about their lives and ambitions and everything else. It was the most brilliant thing about the book and definitely my favorite part.

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.”

3. Six of Crows is set in a wonderful world which resembles our own somewhat – both culturally and geographically. Did you feel like these cultures had certain counterparts in our world? (I mean, without googling it – HA!) And which ones were you fascinated by the most?

I guess that this book was mostly inspired by Amsterdam and Dutch culture, with all the canals and the characters’ names. We also get Fjerda as sort of a northern-inspiration with all the snow and glass, but with German-sounding names, too. We have Rivka with Russian-culture, I think, a little bit? I don’t want to say stupid things and clearly suck at this though and honestly, I just appreciated the setting as a whole and how well-built the world was. I ALSO LOVE THE MAPS.

4. Tough question time. Would you class this book as YA or adult, and why? Do you think some people would argue about this? Is it enough to have teen main characters to call a book YA?

I would definitely classify it as a young adult book – all of our main characters here are young adults (17 years-old). I don’t know if people would argue about this or if it’s enough to have teen main characters to call a book young adult. Young adult books are, for me, targeted at young adults, so it helps to have characters that have the same age that the readers, I guess. That’s a whole other debate though and I could take lines to talk about this.

5. And did you feel like the characters seemed a lot like teens? Or did they seem more adult? Why was that?

I guess it was hard to remember that this book was a young adult book, when you think about it… mainly because of all the heist and violence and everything they do. Yet, obviously this is fantasy and this world is completely different than our own and each character, with their own life experience, was forced to grow up a bit faster than “ordinary” people could, in other circumstances.

“You’ll get what’s coming to you some day, Brekker.”
“I will,” said Kaz, “if there’s any justice in the world. And we all know how likely that is.”

6. How did you enjoy the layered storytelling, the way things were revealed in sequences, with gaps of time? What do you think that does for the story?

I feel like Leigh Bardugo did a fantastic job with the storytelling as a whole. We found out more about the characters, the setting, the past and everything in layers indeed, yet it wasn’t info-dumping at all, nor was it completely out of the blue. It flowed within the story and fit in perfectly in all of the different chapters. The story and series as a whole was so much richer and three-dimensional, I think, thanks to that.

7. Have you read any of the other series set in this universe? Are you planning to?

Except from Crooked Kingdom (which made me cry, btw), I haven’t read any other books set in that universe. I really loved the universe as a whole and the author’s writing though, so maybe someday I’ll give them a try, even if I am in no rush. I still need to get over it OKAY.

OVERALL

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I am thrilled to say that Six of Crows definitely lived up to the hype. And so did Crooked Kingdom, because obviously I had to read the two books in a row, something that never happens to me, so that says a lot. I cried and loved these characters to pieces and I STILL HAVE FEELINGS OKAY.

“What do you want then?”
The old answers came easily to mind. Money. Vengeance. Jordie’s voice in my head silenced forever. But a different reply roared to life inside him, loud, insistent, and unwelcome. You, Inej. You.

 

Trigger warnings: Sexual assault, PTSD, gore, torture, violence, gunshots, panic attacks, kidnapping.


Leigh Bardugo, Six of Crows,  Published by Henry Holt And Company, September 29th, 2015.

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Ketterdam: a bustling hub of international trade where anything can be had for the right price–and no one knows that better than criminal prodigy Kaz Brekker. Kaz is offered a chance at a deadly heist that could make him rich beyond his wildest dreams. But he can’t pull it off alone…

A convict with a thirst for revenge.

A sharpshooter who can’t walk away from a wager.

A runaway with a privileged past.

A spy known as the Wraith.

A Heartrender using her magic to survive the slums.

A thief with a gift for unlikely escapes.

Six dangerous outcasts. One impossible heist. Kaz’s crew is the only thing that might stand between the world and destruction—if they don’t kill each other first.

Did you read Six of Crows…. (well, you all probably did)? What did you think of it? Who were your favorite characters??

Do you think I should give the Grisha series a try? Let me know in comments!

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101 thoughts on “Review: Six of Crows, Leigh Bardugo

  1. Ahhh I interrupted my mini WP hiatus just to read this post and snsjdhsjd I’m so happy you enjoyed this book, Marie! And CK as well. 😭❤️

    You should totally read the Grisha trilogy, in my opinion! I feel like a lot of readers have lots to criticize about it, and even though it’s not perfect, I really enjoyed it! ☺️

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    1. LILY WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN I MISS YOU SO MUCH😭❤️ I’m so happy to hear from you, I hope you’ve been doing well! ❤

      I'm so happy to hear that, thank you for the recommendation! I heard lots of mixed reviews about the Grisha trilogy, compared to that one, so I was a bit nervous . I think I might give it a try now though 😀
      Thank you so, so much! ❤ ❤

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  2. I love the Q & A format of this review! (& this review in general) 💕 ^_^ + umm yes! I laughed when you mentioned “THE most hyped book of all time” b/c that sounds accurate! 😂😂 Are you looking forward to King Of Scars?

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    1. Aw thank you so much, you’re the sweetest! ❤ ❤ And yes it was, and still is, for me, THE most hyped book of all times 😂😂
      I am curious about it for sure, but I might wait until the hype dies down again to give that one a try, so… a couple years from now, knowing me? 😂😂
      Thank you SO much for your sweet comment! ❤ ❤

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      1. That makes sense! 😂 TBH when it comes to hyped books, a majority of the time I’m the complete opposite, I usually have to read them either right away or within the year of release or I never get to it later 😂😂 + of course!! I really loved this post! 😄❤❤

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      2. Ahah I get it, I can’t even tell you the amount of books I said I would read, but… they are still waiting on my TBR, years later, to be read 😂😂
        Aww thank you!! ❤ ❤

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  3. I’ve still not got round to reading this because of the daunting hype! But I’m glad to see you enjoyed it and think it lived up to the hype – might have to bump this up on my TBR haha! I love the format of this review, too (:

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    1. I 200% get that, it took me years to finally read it, the hype scared me way too much 😂 but I thought in the end, it was really worth it. I loved the characters so much more than I thought I would, it’s a brilliant book 🙂 I hope you’ll give it a try soon, can’t wait to hear what you think of it 😀

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    1. Ohhh Dezzy I hope you will be able to read it soon, I would LOVE to know what you think of it, especially knowing we have the same taste in books. You’ll have to let me know when you read it 😀 ❤
      Thank you so, so much! ❤ ❤

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    1. Aww thank you! I’m glad you agree, I still feel like it qualifies as YA – but well, everyone can and should read YA anyway 😀
      Thank you so much! ❤ ❤

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  4. Wonderful review, Marie! I am also TERRIFIED of reading this book because at this point my expectations are so damn high, but your review makes me feel a little better about it. Hopefully this optimist skeptic will also be swept by the hype when I get around to reading it.

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    1. Aww thank you so much, so happy you enjoyed reading it 😀
      I completely understand – whenever a book has THIS much hype, it’s always scary to get into. Waiting a long time really helped and I hope that will do the trick for you, too, and that you will love it 😀

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  5. I’m so glad you liked it!!! I’ve been scared to read it for the same reasons. SO MUCH HYPE and everyone makes references to it all the time. I’m worried I’ll be disappointed, but your review has me hyped to go buy it now!

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    1. OH YAY this makes me very, very, very happy ❤ I hope you will enjoy it when you finally read it, it is worth the hype for me and these characters are amazing 🙂
      Happy reading! And thank you so much ❤ ❤

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  6. Wonderful review, Marie! I’m so glad you loved this duology! It’s one of my favorites series. My favorite character is also Inej and my favorite couple is Nina and Matt! I was so heartbroken with that ending. It was so unexpected. Grisha Trilogy is a hit or miss for some people but I hope you give it a shot because you really need to meet DARKLING. He’s pretty Awesome!

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    1. Aww thank you so much Raven! ❤ I was also very heartbroken over that ending, I just… well, I kind of expected for something to happen, since I had heard so many had their heart broken over it, but… nothing could have prepared me for that emotion haha. WHY. 😦
      Ohhh that's good to know haha, maybe I will give it a try 🙂
      Thank you so much!! ❤ ❤

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  7. MARIE I’M SO HAPPY AND EXCITED YOU GOT TO READ THIS OMGGGGGGG c: c:
    I loved this book too, but I didn’t ship Kaz and Inej like everyone else did, bc I shipped them sm with their work??? I ship kaz w money and vengeance and I’m a horrible person c’:

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    1. Hahahaah you are not a horrible person at all haha, your ship actually makes a LOT of sense, when you think about it 😛 I’m a romantic though so, I had to ship them together haha 😛 ❤
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment!! ❤ ❤

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  8. It was such a wild ride 🙂 I kept thinking it’s probably not YA while I was reading – so much blood, gore, darkness and even rape… I also kept forgetting the characters are teens cause they just went through so much and were actually so capable. Not at all in that place in life when we are when we graduated school. Lost and helpless 😀 but I guess we have a kind of coddled life, like how Kaz had before he had to grow up too fast.
    I wonder what the author would class the book as. To me it seemed adult. Not all books with main characters as teens are YA, although this had the bantery YA tone! Felt like a mixture of sorts, or adult and YA. I would not recommend it to anyone younger than 16 though. Although I was reading Stephen King as a teen xD I guess I was just a dark teen.

    I am just pinning all my hopes on the third book now. Or rather, the hope that it is going to exist! (Matthias T_T) I’m also slowly considering trying one of her other series set in this world. Although I’m less interested in the Grisha than our crew xD it wasn’t the most interesting aspect of the book for me although it might have been for most other people.

    Loved your GIF summary, BTW 😀 thanks for doing the buddy read! It was fun 🙂

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    1. Yes I completely understand, I felt the same way, these characters seem so adult, but I guess it all comes from the world they live in and everything all of them have already faced in their lives. I really don’t know how the author would classify that, and as for the audience… I guess it all comes down to whether or not you can handle the trigger warnings, violence and everything in that book for sure! 🙂
      I am REALLY curious about that third book now and will definitely keep an eye on that one, waiting for more news for it, hopefully soon? I get what you mean though, I loved the characters the most in this series overall, so… I’d be interested to read more, with them haha 🙂
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, I had such a fun time buddy reading with you 😀

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  9. I love how you’ve decided to review this book, by asking questions to your buddy read buddy, and I am so so so glad you loved this book Marie, and it lived up to the hype for you as well. 😀
    I get the whole feeling a little nervous because your expectations are sky high thing (it’s happened to me more often than not) but Six of Crows is one book that is definitely deserving of the hype. I feel like those gifs could accurately describe me as I was reading this book as well, and I don’t think I could pick one favourite character (I have six joint first favourites but Nina and Wylan have a special place in my heart).
    Great post! 🙂 ❤

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    1. Ahhh thank you so, so much Beth, I’m so happy you enjoyed reading this post ❤
      I agree, well it happens whenever there is a very hyped book around, I always get nervous to read it and expectations, as the reviews come in and everyone seems to absolutely love it, they just grow and grow and grow endlessly, until you feel like they will never, ever be met. Thankfully, Six of Crows was as incredible as everyone mentioned it to be, so I am so happy about that 😀
      I loved Wylan and Nina so, so much as well! ❤
      Thank you so much, Beth! ❤ ❤

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  10. Great review Marie !

    This book is fantastic, right ?

    I totally agree with you for Inej. She’s so incredible and I love her way too much. But I also really like Matthias !

    AND CROOKED KINGDOM MADE ME CRY TOO

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    1. Ahhh thank you so much, you’re so sweet, I’m so happy you enjoyed this ❤
      I loved Inej so, so much, she was such an incredible character overall ❤ AND YES I cried just as well, I knew it couldn't have a happy ending, but I was still SO SAD, WHY 😦

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  11. I’m so happy to read another positive review of Six of Crows. I get SO NERVOUS about reading books that are super hyped up, so it’s always good to read positive reviews. I remember reading the synopsis when it first came out and being like “meh, not really my type of book” but after reading this review and a few others, it may be time to pick it up!

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    1. I completely get what you mean there. When I first found out about this book and saw everyone loving it, I thought… well, okay, but I’m not really into these kind of books so I might not enjoy it. Since then I have been getting a bit more into fantasy and such, and I am glad that I waited, I feel like I enjoyed it even more because of that 😀
      I hope you’ll love it whenever you get to read it 😀
      Thank you so much for stopping by! ❤

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    1. AHHH thank you so much!! ❤ I'm happy, well… I'm sorry, actually, that I made you relive the experiences with these books, ALL THE EMOTIONS haha. I just loved these characters so, very much ❤ ❤

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  12. So glad to hear you enjoyed these! I think I loved Crooked Kingdom the most but I still enjoyed them both. Inej was definitely my favorite character. She’s so cute. I also really loved Kaz because he had such a complex and difficult past. He’s also such a complex character. Great review! 😀

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    1. Oh thank you so much, Amber! I also loved Crooked Kingdom, it was such a great sequel and I especially love getting to know Wylan a lot more in that one. ❤ I love Inej the most as well, she is so badass and amazing 😀
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment! ❤ ❤

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  13. Marie! *tackle hugs* So glad you enjoyed such a fantastic book. You honestly made me want to pick up CK huhu. I was genuinely scared for my babies and I just don’t want it to end yet. But after reading your review, I was inspired and I just relived the feels all over again. And as I will keep on reiterating, they are the better version of Suicide Squad. The crew is just so badass and I love it. 😭😭😭 And yay for you for finishing such an amazing series!

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    1. Oh this is the best compliment, thank you, Bianca! I really hope you will read Crooked Kingdom soon, I can’t wait to hear what you think of it. I thought it was a fantastic sequel overall. I have to agree with you as well, the cast of characters is incredible, one of the best casts I’ve read about for sure 😀
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment! ❤ ❤

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  14. I loved this book! I think Kaz was my favorite character. His mind was so fascinating and his schemes brilliant. I felt the most for him because of his tragic past and his love for Inej but his inability to actually touch her. This series is so good! I have The Grisha series on my TBR, but like you, I may let them sit awhile. I’m glad you enjoyed them so much!

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    1. I loved these so, very much, and once again I can’t thank you enough for sending me a copy, you are the best ❤ ❤ ❤
      I have to agree that Kaz was such an interesting and complex character, I loved reading about him and getting to know him little by little. his relationship with Inej was amazing ❤
      Thank you so, so much for everything, Deborah! ❤ ❤

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  15. Damn, you made me want to re-read this! I’m so glad you didn’t let the hype intimidate you and dived in, this is such a fun series. I Haven read the grisha books since I was fourteen, but I would say that it’s definitely worth reading them for Sturmhind, ego shows up in the second book.

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    1. Ohh well I’m glad – it is such a great series, I’m sure that it deserves a re-read 😀
      I’m happy to hear you think they are worth it, you’re making me curious about them overall now 🙂
      Thank you so much, Shanti! ❤

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  16. Loved reading your answers to this and get a little different peak at your thoughts other than a regular review. I am just so happy you finally read it hahaha it’s one of the books that will forever deserve the hype! I haven’t read anything else in the Grishaverse (except for Language of Thorns which is my favourite anthology series/retelling book EVER) and I am honestly a little scared. I intended to read Kingdom of Scars but apparently that really only makes sense if you’ve read the original trilogy, so I am undecided what to do.

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    1. I know – now… all I need to read is The Night Circus before the end of the year and I think I’m good? Oh, and Our Dark Duet? HELP ME keep track of what I absolutely should not miss, I need you 😂

      Oh wow. Well I am curious about Language of Thorns right now…maybe I should give it a try? I take it that you would totally recommend it to everyone? I am not used to reading anthologies, but I am curious now 😂

      I have heard loads about Kingdom of Scars – it releases next year, so… well maybe you have time to read the original trilogy if you want to haha 🙂

      Thank you, Kat!! ❤ ❤

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      1. Hahaha I’ll keep reminding you of those books! I want to hear your reactions on them.
        Language of Thorns had some stories that weren’t for me (Two I didn’t really like) but two that I loved. They are twisted and a bit creepy, so be prepared. But the first story in the book is my absolute favourite.
        I don’t think I want to read the original trilogy.

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      2. Yes please do then, haha, you know me, I tend to forget about all the books I need to buy… 😛
        Oh that’s good to know then – maybe I’ll add it to my TBR and keep it in mind for… when I’m in the mood for shorter stories like these ones 😀

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    1. Aw thank you so much! 😀
      I completely get that, I am the same way – I tend to push back all of the hyped books, far far away on my TBR because I am always so nervous about them 😂

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  17. I LOVE IT SO MUCH. I am soooo happy that you’ve read the books now! They are just so wonderful. I know we were just last week talking about how series give us complicated feelings but I wanted more than 2 books! I honestly feel like I could just spend forever with these characters and be totally happy. I adored them all. I love Inej, but I also really loved Nina. I loved her confidence and her belief in herself despite all the crap Matthias threw her way. And – I’ve said this on Evelina’s comments as well but whatever – I LOVED Inej and Nina’s friendship. Like aside from all the romances that one made me so happy – oftentimes the girls get somehow neglected in boy heavy stories like this but I loved how Bardugo gave them their time in the limelight, and crucially, together in the limelight. So much love for these books. As is obvious, I could gush about them all day!

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    1. Oh I get your feeling – I am not fond of series lasting on for too long, but there characters, damn, I’d stay with them forever, I think. It was one of the best cast of characters ever, that’s for sure, I really loved them 😀

      OH YES, Nina and Inej’s friendship was really great to read as well, I loved them together. I would totally read a spin-off with them being amazing together, that would be SO cool!

      Thank you so, so much! ❤ ❤

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  18. Yes!! So excited that it lived up to the hype ❤ I absolutely love Inej too! She's such a strong character, and the world building is absolutely fantastic. I love that you were able to buddy read this fantastical writing. Time to hop over to Evelina's blog to read more~

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  19. I have not yet read it 😭😭😭 but I am so happy that you’ve finally read it and that you loved it ❤️

    This review and all your tweets have definitely inspired me to start it soon!I’ve actually taken it off my shelf, so hopefully it happens this August.

    P.S: Those GIF’s were on point ❤️❤️

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    1. Ohh thank you Michelle, this honestly makes me so happy to hear that I could inspire you to pick it up. I hope you will read it this August – or the next month, or the month afterwards, you’ll have to let me know all of your thoughts once you do 😀

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  20. Haha I still haven’t read Six of Crows yet and I have it signed (what is wrong with me?) but I have read the Grisha trilogy and I really loved it! They were one of my favorites of 2017! I really need to read Six of Crows before King of Scars comes out!

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    1. SIGNED? OH that’s SO cool, you HAVE to read it soon then 😛 I’m so happy you enjoyed the Grisha series, this one has such mixed reviews. I can’t wait to hear what you think of Six of Crows 🙂

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  21. Now that you two have also read this, I feel like I am the only one who hasn’t read this yet 😛 Well, I wanted to read Grisha trilogy first before reading this book and considering how bad I am with the series, it is taking so much time for me to pick this up.
    I am glad that this book lived up to the hype for you and you enjoyed it so much. Though I am curious why it wasn’t a 5-star read for you 😛

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    1. Oh I get that – I am bad at picking up series as well 😂 I can’t wait for you to read this though, it was such a great read, definitely worth all of the hype! It wasn’t quite a 5 star read for me, more of a 4,5, but that’s because the world felt a bit confusing at times, especially at the start of the book 🙂

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    1. She is really talented, I can’t wait to read more from her 😀 I loved Jesper and Nina so much, all of the characters were so, so great!
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Amanda! ❤ ❤

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  22. Now I feel even worse that I haven’t read Crooked Kingdom yet. It feels like the entire universe is screaming at me to read the book and I’m just ignoring it. I’m super stressed about the book though, is it as good as SoC??? I’ve heard it’s going to break my heart, am I ready for it? I’m not sure.
    Anyway, this review format was really interesting to read! I loved your answers and Evelina’s questions, I got very “ohhh, I didn’t notice/think about this” at some parts.
    Lovely post and I’m happy you enjoyed it. Inej really is queen ❤

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    1. I loved it as much as Six of Crows, really, but I think that’s because I love these characters so, sooooooo much 😂 you’ll be happy to get back to them Marta, that I am sure of, and the Kaz/Inej moment, I AM LIVING FOR THEM, I loved them so much ❤ I'm not going to lie, it will probably break your heart, but… it will be worth it 😂 I can't wait for you to read it! ❤ ❤

      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment!! ❤ ❤

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  23. OH MY GOODNESS!!! YES!!! I have NEVER clicked so fast to read a review in my life! 😆

    I am so happy that you loved Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom so much, and I loved reading your thoughts on this duology! SoC is truly a YA masterpiece for me, and though the world-building was fantastic, I really did fall in love because of the characters. (Especially Inej. She is a literal QUEEN. 👑) I reread these two books a few months back, and amazingly, the feels and excitement I had for the story was even stronger than my first time around reading it — do you think you can emotionally handle a reread soon? 😇😂 And I cried as well for the second book, too… that was kind of inevitable.

    Amazing review, Marie! I had so much fun reading this! 😋

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    1. Really 😂😂 Your dedication impresses me, Zoie, hahaha 😂
      Thank you so, so much!! It was such a good series, I was so scared to read it because of all the hype, but I am thrilled that I did. It was a really, really good series and Inej IS queen for me, too, I loved her so much 😀 ❤

      Thank you!! ❤ As for emotionally handling a re-read…. I'm not sure about that, I know I couldn't right now 😂😂

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  24. Those maps do look gorgeous, but then I’m a sucker for a good fantasy map anyway. 🙂 I actually started this book but then got sidetracked- I know!- and I’ve been thinking of going back to it, and all the enthusiastic reviews I see don’t hurt either! Glad you enjoyed this one!

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    1. Yes these maps are stunning, I love them SO much 😀
      I hope you’ll get back to the series at some point and that you will enjoy it as much as I did 🙂
      Thank you so much for your comment, Greg! ❤

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    1. I’m so happy I did – I was SO nervous about it, but I’m glad I ended up enjoying it as much as everyone else. Such a great cast of characters! ❤ ❤
      Thank you so much for your comment! 😀

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    1. Oh no I am certain that you’re not the only one, I know a couple people who haven’t read it just yet 😀 I can’t wait for you to try it out, the hype is scary but it was worth it ❤
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment, Morgane! ❤

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