Six of Crows

Six of Crows

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 runaw...

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Title:Six of Crows
Author:Leigh Bardugo
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Six of Crows Reviews

  • Emily May

    I was scared to start

    . The hype surrounding it has been HUGE, the blurb sounded intriguing, I've been eagerly anticipating it, and I liked but didn't love

    . Honestly, though? I needn't have worried.

    has been called fantasy-lite, but there is absolutely nothing about

    that warrants such a label. It's a sweeping epic tale with six main characters, five

    I was scared to start

    . The hype surrounding it has been HUGE, the blurb sounded intriguing, I've been eagerly anticipating it, and I liked but didn't love

    . Honestly, though? I needn't have worried.

    has been called fantasy-lite, but there is absolutely nothing about

    that warrants such a label. It's a sweeping epic tale with six main characters, five perspectives, complex and detailed world-building that is seamlessly integrated into the story, flashbacks to the characters' histories, and a wonderful blend of darkness, magic, action, humour and romance.

    In the hands of a less skilled author, this could have been a mess. But Bardugo crafts each of her characters with love and sensitivity, allowing them to be extremely badass, wicked sometimes, and

    .

    It's set in the same Grisha universe as her other books (this time in an alternate Netherlands instead of Russia), but it's much darker and more

    . These characters are thieves, convicts and runaways. Street gangs compete for territory and power. The author takes all these dark "real world" factors and infuses them with the supernatural.

    The comparisons to

    are spot on. The plot is essentially about an action-packed, fast-paced heist. They must first break into a heavily-guarded prison and smuggle a convict out and then, with his help, they will attempt to break into the Ice Court - a place that has never been breached - all to get their hands on a LOT of money. But all these characters have their own personal agendas too (and because of the third person narrative we don't always know what they are).

    As I mentioned, the characters are so so good. We have the leader - Kaz - who is an intimidating criminal prodigy with a secret past. We have the mixture of drama and humour offered by Jesper and Wylan. And there's the totally badass Inej:

    . It allows us to view all these characters equally and also allows us to be constantly surprised.

    I want to be clear that the romance never takes over the story; it feels natural and welcome when it surfaces, which isn't too often. In fact, I'd say Bardugo is a bit of a tease for most of the novel and I found myself shipping Matthias and Nina so hard. Gah:

    Dark, action-packed, beautifully-written, and yes, even sexy. When can I get the next book?

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  • Angela

    is 185th book I've read this year. Yes, that means this is the book that put me at my goodreads reading goal this year. I am so happy that this is the book that made me hit my mark. It was the

    is 185th book I've read this year. Yes, that means this is the book that put me at my goodreads reading goal this year. I am so happy that this is the book that made me hit my mark. It was the

    book to reach my goal with. The world has been shouting, praying, and calling for diverse reads... Leigh Bardugo has answered. I liked but didn't love the

    trilogy, but it has nothing on this novel. With how much hype is surrounding this book I was oh so worried about reading it. However if

    isn't my top pick for the year, it will without a doubt at least be in the top five. It was amazing.

    A direct quote and the most perfect sum up of the characters. Each one is so different from the other. Each one is a different race, different background, and has so many layers. Each one has a handful of amazing different aspects, and things about them that will constantly surprise you. I can't believe I'm about to say this but... Squad goals! We have Nina this wild-loud-in your face-curvy firecracker who will have you in stitches. Matthias who is this perfectly wounded warrior who will surprise the crap out of you. Wylan who is this lovable nerdy cutie-pie that had me blushing for days. Jesper the comic relief. And then there are my two favorites... Kaz and Inej. Ahh just loved these two so much. These two gave me everything I wanted in characters and more. Inej background story is lovey, her physical appearance sounds both breathtaking and unique, and her set of skills are completely bad-ass.

    She is basically a freaking ninja. Oh God, and the stories and quotes from her father!!! Break my heart why dontcha.

    Kaz though. Oh Kaz! He was my favorite of favorites. His thought, his flashbacks, his story, his composure, his street smarts, his everything. I have none-zero-zip-nada complaints about him. How did Leigh managed to give us such a naughty character, make him have a limp, "force" him to wear gloves all the time, and still managed to have me swoon over him was beyond me. I want to have his babies. His bad-ass babies. I really have no complaints character wise. All these characters and their personal stories will shock and then steal your heart. Each will give you a taste of who they are and what they have become and it is truly stunning. I need to shut up about them before I spill all their secrets (which I really want to do right about now). I do really want to comment on my favorite part of this book. This is something that others might have over looked, but it is something that meant a lot to me. That's Inej and Nina's friendship. They aren't two girls that hate each other then become friends. They aren't two women who see each other as fierce competition or having to fight over a man. These two women see each other as equals AND THAT is how all women should see each other.

    Even if the characters would have faltered (they don't) it wouldn't have mattered because the plot and world building are so solid. I heard a few people/reviews say the "middle of the book is kind of slow"... WHAT THE F ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT!?!?? Every part of this book is flawless and demands your respect. There wasn't a moment I wasn't on the edge on my seat. Leigh gives you all these twist and turns without leaving you guessing on what your surrounding look like. She's built a world with so many stunning features.

    is go go go, nonstop action novel that wont let you up for air. It is a roller-coaster ride of emotions and Wtf just happened moments. The first three parts of this book set the bait out, parts four and five has you snapping for the treat, and part six hooks and pulls you in. My jaw was on the floor for 99% of this book.

    You might think you know what coming, BUT YOU WILL BE WRONG! So many well planned out plot  twist. So many ground shaking moments. So many heart crushing scenes. And that ending!!!! YOU CAN'T DO THAT TO PEOPLE!!! You can't leave us hanging like this!!!! OMG and I didn't even get to mention the romance!!!! I want to talk about it. Oh goodness do I want to talk about it! But I wont, and if you've ever read any of my review you know this is unheard of. I love love and not wanting to talk about it must only mean one thing... That it's really really good! Even with the massive amount to sexual tense and stolen glances it still doesn't even overshadow the plot. I'm not just talking about the romance with a certain pair, I'm talking romance among several. Like I can't even believe how much gooey lovey dovey moments she gives us and yet didn't drown us in it. Perfect just perfect.

    This book was EVERYTHING it was hyped up to be. I laughed, I cried, I fell in love, and I have been left a mess.

    This review was a lot longer than I ever imagine it would be. It is filled with cut off and run on sentences... I don't care either. I just had to get my jumbled thoughts down. This book is epic and everything. I already want to re-read it and I could quote it all day long. If Arrow wasn't coming on in a few I would just keep going on about it.

  • Christine Riccio

    SO MUCH FUN WITH THIS BOOK. FANTASTIC CAST OF CHARACTERS! HERE'S MY FULL BOOKTALK/REVIEW

  • Catriona (LittleBookOwl)

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?

    What a ride! This was exactly what I needed and so much more.

    WHO AM I KIDDING? This deserved the full 5 stars. I was a little unsure about the pacing somewhere around the middle of the book, but to be fair it was due to some of the character development, and the characters were my fave part so who am I to resist a little extra time getting to know them

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?

    What a ride! This was exactly what I needed and so much more.

    WHO AM I KIDDING? This deserved the full 5 stars. I was a little unsure about the pacing somewhere around the middle of the book, but to be fair it was due to some of the character development, and the characters were my fave part so who am I to resist a little extra time getting to know them?

    Nevertheless, this was so much fun. Loved the heist. Loved the world, especially after having read the Grisha trilogy, it was awesome to explore somewhere new. Most of all, I LOVED the characters. They were all so intriguing with fascinating life stories. They were so distinctive as well, each had such a strong personality and I'm finding it impossible to narrow down to a favourite.

    I cannot wait to jump into Crooked Kingdom and see where the story and these characters take me.

  • Jessica Edwards

    Wow..there are no words!

    I WANT TO GIVE THIS BOOK 10 STARS!

    This took me awhile to write, but I've been meaning to write a long review for awhile.

    So here it is!

    Six of Crows follows six teenagers living in the city of Ketterdam, a city of slums and crime lords.

    Kaz Brekker, an infamous thief (also known as Dirtyhands) is promised a very large sum of money to kidnap Bo Yul-Bayur, a scientist from the Ice Court.

    The Ice Court is the most highly protected place in Fjerda, and Kaz won't be able to gatec

    Wow..there are no words!

    I WANT TO GIVE THIS BOOK 10 STARS!

    This took me awhile to write, but I've been meaning to write a long review for awhile.

    So here it is!

    Six of Crows follows six teenagers living in the city of Ketterdam, a city of slums and crime lords.

    Kaz Brekker, an infamous thief (also known as Dirtyhands) is promised a very large sum of money to kidnap Bo Yul-Bayur, a scientist from the Ice Court.

    The Ice Court is the most highly protected place in Fjerda, and Kaz won't be able to gatecrash it alone. He needs a crew.

    He recruits Inej Ghafa. Inej is known for her ability to climb buildings and move across impossible terrain with extreme agility. She's quiet but strong, and she's got quite an interesting background. Inej was kidnapped from her family's caravan and sold to a brothel in Ketterdam. When she eventually escaped, she entered into a contract with Per Haskell, a crime lord in Ketterdam. Inej's goal is to make enough money off of her work for Haskell to pay off her contract and return home to Ravka.

    Next, Kaz recruits Jesper Fahey. He is the crew's sharpshooter. Jesper is a lighthearted and sarcastic character, who enjoys gambling a bit more than he should.

    Nina is the only trained Grisha in the crew. She is stuck in Ketterdam and is unable to go home. Nina is really confident and unapologetic of who she is. She's also loyal to her friends.

    Matthias a former Druskelle, soldiers from Fjerda. He has history with Nina as the two of them helped each other after a storm destroyed their ship, with the two of them developing a trust. Nina betrays him which causes him to hate her, but he also loves her.

    Wylan is the son of a merchant. He serves as the brains of the operation. Wylan is an intelligent engineer and inventor. He's very shy and awkward because he's been isolated for most of his life, but slowly warms to the other members of the crew.

    Can I just say, that this book is beautifully written.

    Each and every character in this book were likable and bad-ass, and they literally felt like real characters.

    Loved everything about this book!

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)

    originally read this last year, but decided to re-read it before six of crows! i'm so happy i made that decision. i had forgotten how rich this story is in detail. from the characters, to the world, to the plot, everything is built up so beautifully. the ending still gave me chills and i need crooked kingdom right. now.

  • شيماء ✨

    I don't know if I finished this book or if it finished me

    I want to assimilate it into my being and find a job where I can apply all the six of crows knowledge that I’ve acquired in my life. there’s literally no combination of 26 letters that could do justice to what this book means to me. there’s no 3D way of describing how it made me feel 9D in color. there’s so much of this story and these characters inside my heart, I’m surprised it has

    I don't know if I finished this book or if it finished me

    I want to assimilate it into my being and find a job where I can apply all the six of crows knowledge that I’ve acquired in my life. there’s literally no combination of 26 letters that could do justice to what this book means to me. there’s no 3D way of describing how it made me feel 9D in color. there’s so much of this story and these characters inside my heart, I’m surprised it has yet to come apart at the seams. at this point, even love is just a secondary emotion to six of crows.

    here's the thing: I pretty much divide up my life by which obsession was taking over my life at the time and I often go through phases with fandoms.

    I’m never

    obsessed with six of crows. I'm sure for many of us, no matter how many books you read, there will always be that one book that can never be replaced. that one book that got you into all of this. yeah, other books may come and go, but you will always come back to that one book. the one that will always hold a special place in your heart. well, this series is

    for me.

    so if you haven’t read these books. congratulations. the rest of us who did have entered a new era of our lives where LITERALLY NOTHING ELSE WILL EVER BE SATISFYING BECAUSE THIS BOOK HAS SPOILED US ALL INTO FUCKING OBLIVION.

    either way, strap in, folks, because I am going to learn you some things about this book that I only learned myself about two hours ago. so sit down and enjoy the experience of my 2-am-caffeine-induced-obsession-fuelled-writing-extravaganza.

    first of all, becoming the struggling mother of six voraciously angry delinquents wasn’t really what I planned to do with my life but here I am. I genuinely don't know how I will get through the rest of my existence when I constantly need a pep talk to assure me that I’m not personally responsible for the wellbeing of fictional characters!!

    just a 17 years old criminal mastermind and his band of merry teenagers breaking into an impregnable prison complex to attempt the greatest heist of all recorded human history. they have nothing to lose and 24 million kruge to gain. just good ol’ doing crime for money. and boy are they all willing to take the next chance, and the next, and on and on until they're rich..... or the chances are spent.

    but then the story gets progressively darker as more about the characters and the plot is revealed until everything is themed funeral and there's so much room for the impossible. your brain has too many tabs open. your internal monologue pretty much consists of at least seven screaming children. you're just trying to move from one crisis to another as elegantly as you can, but you're so on edge you even cover the end of the page with your hand so that you don’t accidentally spoil it for yourself.

    but the thing about six of crows, is that not only is it expertly written with incredible world building and flawless character developement,

    , like racism and racial prejudices, human trafficking, addiction, disabilities, positive self-image, lgbtq+ and so many more. And that's what makes it stand out so much!

    my favorite thing about six of crows is that my favorite character is literally whoever character happens to be speaking at any given moment because they’re all so good!! and if you ever briefly consider that I might not love ALL of them, that's where you're mistaken you fool I can multitask and I'll excel at it

    seriously, my absolute weakness is when a group of unrelated characters, of varying backgrounds, turn found family. especially when every single one of them is so incredibly fleshed out and given their own backstory and goals and motivations.

    god, I just… I just love kaz brekker. I fucking love kaz brekker. kaz brekker? love him. I love him and every version of him (except a few). but I love him. I just, love him so so much. I want him to be happy and to find light at the end of whatever darkness he is facing and for it to be warm and embracing and as nurturing as the sun. because I love him. I love him so goddamn much. I love kaz brekker.

    for once in my life it would be nice to be a normal human being and not fall in love with a fictional character but my love for kaz brekker is so deep that it’s likely any common sense I've had left got lost in there

    . he has no fixed personality, no moral compass pointing due north. he has a chameleon character which makes him so hard to read, like a wall with another wall behind the wall. just imagine the walls going on forever. there's just such a detached sense about him, he's untouchable in a way, like you could do whatever you wanted and you wouldn’t be able to get under his skin.

    things are only more tempting to kaz brekker when they were out of his reach. he doesn't care about anything unless he has a direct benefit from it, as if his heart is a nonrenewable resource. he's also an expert on the art of bottling up his grudges and letting them age like fine wine.

    but truth is, all of his actions with all their mirages and smokes and mirrors are only meant to delude you into forgetting that

    .

    there’s a deep mournful sound that comes from my chest whenever I think about the day kaz brekker was born, a little black haired miracle with such a loving demeanor and the brightest future ahead of him. he had his whole childhood on a farm with his family probably chasing butterflies, eating warm food, and being happy and gentle and innocent....until his father dies, then his big brother, and within a month, he is a heartless cold blooded criminal who's only connected to his family by the gravity of wanting to heap fresh tortures on the people who hurt them.

    and all of it still makes me want to cry so I guess it’s over (any happiness I will experience in this life ever).

    Inej is a middle-estern-coded, acrobat-turned-spy victim of human trafficking and forced prostitution but who’s escaped and has vowed revenge on all sex traffickers. She’s the queen of character development and inner strength and she deserves to be enveloped in comfort and the feeling of a wood fire so much!!

    I truly love Inej and her vibes. I love how she didn’t waste time dwelling on the experiences that shaped her, but let them lead her to shine so bright that sun spikes form around her mind like a crown. I love that she’s one of those people whose warmth you want to draw in like solar light and whose laughter is the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen and who have been through hell but are still kind and loving towards other humans and have the ability to make you feel that you belong and they’re so colorful and amazing and the world doesn’t deserve them!!

    NINA ZENIK IS A CONSTANT REMINDER THAT GIRLS ARE BEAUTIFUL AND ETHEREAL AND I AM A PILE OF INCOHERENT SEAWEED WHEN IT COMES TO THEM

    I honestly wish I had more hearts to love Nina with because she's a fucking earthquake, she contains all of the beauty and fury of mother earth and when she digs her heels in stamped with rage, you'd wish you never crossed her. but she's also one of the soft ones with beautiful curves and a smile that makes everything feel safe. the ones who deserve a piece of music written for them by sufjan stevens that gets played whenever they walk into a room. the ones you could hug all day and be warm forever. the ones whose words you're hoarding to your chest like a touch starved dragon. the ones who have those eyes that feel like coming home and a voice like a warm cup of tea and a blanket and vibes like honey drops.

    and wow I just love Nina Zenik so much. she's the bisexual queen of my heart and I am sending her my love and gentle touches, they are floating to her across the land

    I love matthias so much I remember when I first read this book and there were all those posts about how much people hated matthias helvar and I was so confused because I can’t imagine not loving him. he's really just a big squishy tender nerd at heart as much as he’s been fashioned into a brutal soldier and I love him.

    But I also feel like a lot of people underestimate the importance of his character so much.

    matthias helvar is a reminder that you could have the purest intentions and the kindest of hearts and the most upstanding morals but when you're born into a society that waters the seeds of manipulative propaganda to inveigle the masses into harboring prejudice against a certain race, when you're fashioned from a very early age to sympathy/support unfair and violent treatment towards racially persecuted people in your country, when it is ingrained in you as a result of your upbringing and the media that you’ve consumed....

    matthias helvar is a reminder that you should constantly be assessing your behaviour, your language, and mindset for signs of negative and harmful practices and thought patterns. he's a reminder that

    but mostly, matthias helvar is a reminder that

    he's a reminder that the process of unlearning is going to be a constant battle with no tangible finish line, only endless, arduous work and there is literally no point during this process at which you magically become enlightened and unproblematic. it does not exist. you might never even unlearn it fully. and that's something you must accept.

    homeboy(jesper fahey) is gonna, like, get it(my eternal love and support)

    if you’re looking for any good substitutes for love and personal fulfillment, just read jesper’s chapters. at this point, I only get out of bed because I know it’s what a certain bisexual zemini sharpshooter would want me to do. he's my small gentle summer child, my moon and all my stars, the light of my life, the only spot of brightness in a dark and loveless world, my greatest pride and joy.....anyway I just really fucking love him and I wish he could spoon me with his lanky limbs!!

    there are so many people out there that I would die for if only it meant they would have a good day and wylan van eck ison top of that list.

    wylan van eck is pretty lights and rays of sunshine and pure goodness that somehow ends up with lighting bolts tearing through the sky and someone should put flowers in his hair and hold him and softly rub his back because I can't do it and I literally worry about him daily. is he in good health? is he happy? does he get enough sleep? if someone hurts him, I will come after them with a rusty meat cleaver and a fit of unbridled rage.

    though as much as we all want to act like Wylan is a meek and timid child who needs our protection, let’s not forget that he repeatedly stood up to Kaz Brekker, bastard of the barrel and most dangerous man in ketterdam; casually flirted with his crush right in the midst of an impossible heist and mere seconds from near death; faced his abuser with so much bravery and is a brilliant dyslexic scientist and musician.

    basically

    : a really nice, benign fella who would kick your ass if you crossed him or any of his friends. and I'm so proud of him!!

    *SCREAMS WITH A MEGAPHONE* Kuwei matters just as much as the rest of the dregs and I love him so much I wish I had angel wings to protect him and soak up some of the bravery and tenderness he so effortlessly radiates!!

    Kuwei was imprisoned and forced to share a single cot with his father to recreate a drug he didn't have a hand in creating in the first place. He was brave enough to try to stall the process as much as he could in order to save lives even when he so defeatedly accepted that eventually, someone is just going to kill him.

    Kuwei faced an extremely traumatic event and his greatest revenge was consistently choosing to be kind, even though they tried to smother the warmth right out of him. He was a child caught up in a war he didn't choose for himself, while they tried to make space in him for more rooms to kill off innocence in. He took the ashes of that prison cell and planted a garden. He allowed himself to be vulnerable and put his trust in the dregs.

    PLEASE APPRECIATE KUWEI AND GIVE HIM HIS MOMENT. THANK YOU.

    does anyone else have that one otp that you love so fucking much you just can’t, in all kind of forms, ship them with any other character and it hurts your heart just thinking of either one of them being apart from the other?? that’s kanej for me.

    I want to have their feelings for each other tattooed on my face.

    I really love how they have that calm and cool kind of love. It's quiet and firm and steady. the kind of love that comes so gently and feels like coming home and doesn't ask you for anything, but to be okay. their lives have been one unspeakable horror after another but they've still remained strong enough to contain so much devotion for each other and brave enough to break through the thick armor of bullshit to see that the smile was a mask and the composure was an act and to sift through all the darkness and self-loathing and all the other negative aspects that they both carry on their shoulders. kaz & inej continue to inspire each other to try harder to make meaningful changes in their lives and work towards recovery and it’s so so beautiful!!

    honestly?? it’s officially impossible for me to fall in love because kaz & inej get so happy and content just by being able to make each other smile so much and I don’t think any other person is gonna be able to love me like that.

    the quality of my day is inversely proportional to how many interactions Jes & Wylan have in this book. in fact, it's safe to assume that at literally any given point in time, I'm thinking about them and hoping they're being happy and content in a sunflower field somewhere having a picnic and eating fresh green apples or peaches. I love them.

    collect me if I'm being corny but the concept of sworn enemies turned lovers… it sounds cute.

    they were both fashioned to harbor so much prejudice against the other's country and culture but they were able to transcend all of that and open their hearts to each other and I'm sorry I don't have any more discourse about how much I love them I just do!!

    anyway, the only six of crows experience is to invest your whole livelihood into this book and spend every waking moment thinking about it so let me go back to doing just that in 3......2........

  • Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies

    My mind is spinning. I tend to prefer simplicity in books. I hate a ridiculously complicated plot. I hate unnecessary characters. For the Young Adult genre, this book can best be described as

    , because. It. Is. Huge. It is complicated. It's like

    for the YA fantasy crowd in the very best of ways.

    There are 6 main characters. Typically, that's 4 more than I'd like. The book's downfall is also what makes it great, and it's why I docked a star. It's epic. Perhaps

    . Too complicated books tend to confuse me and let's face it, a large cast with different POVs tend to make it extremely confusing for the reader - and it is, to an extent, true in this book. It is nonstop action with nary a moment to breathe. There is a cast of characters in the beginning, and by god, you'll need it. Sometimes I felt like I was memorizing things for a test.

    But the good is that the characters are all bad-ass. The packleader is an anti-hero, which, in my opinion, is the best kind of character.

    I like them dirty. And the book moves at a breakneck speed that'll guarantee the reader's interest.

    There's magic - naturally. But a different kind of magic than such was found in the

    . The characters are well-written, they're a ragtag band of misfits, and not exactly friends, but all are united for a common mission, and most importantly, they each have a purpose. There are no redundant, extraneous characters, but each character is doing this for their own reason.

    The female characters are kick-ass.

    They don't try too hard to be rebels to be bad-ass, to deny their own nature to prove they can play with the boys, they're just themselves...that's confusing, I know, but I can't describe it any other way.

    There is romance, but so little of it, and what little there is felt natural and unobtrusive. A blossoming from grudging tolerance to like, to possibly something more. But I consider this a great book, because the romance

    HALLE-FREAKING-LUJAH! Survival + rationality > romance!!!!!! *wipes away tear* I never thought I'd see the day.

  • Kat O'Keeffe

    THIS WAS SO GREAT! I absolutely love the world building--there's a cool magic system and lots of different cities/cultures that have really fascinating dynamics. The ensemble cast of characters is also fantastic! They all have interesting backstories and distinct personalities. Writing is great, story is awesome, pacing on point. It wasn't quite PERFECT, but it was pretty freaking close, and I can't wait for the sequel!

    If you want a fantasy book with an awesome world, a well developed cast of ch

    THIS WAS SO GREAT! I absolutely love the world building--there's a cool magic system and lots of different cities/cultures that have really fascinating dynamics. The ensemble cast of characters is also fantastic! They all have interesting backstories and distinct personalities. Writing is great, story is awesome, pacing on point. It wasn't quite PERFECT, but it was pretty freaking close, and I can't wait for the sequel!

    If you want a fantasy book with an awesome world, a well developed cast of characters, and an exciting heist storyline--THIS IS DEFINITELY THE BOOK FOR YOU.

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