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The Six of Crows Duology Boxed Set: Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom Hardcover – September 27, 2016
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About the Author
Leigh Bardugo is the #1 New York Times- and USA Today-bestselling author of Crooked Kingdom, Six of Crows and the Grisha Trilogy: Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, and Ruin and Rising. She was born in Jerusalem, grew up in Los Angeles, graduated from Yale University, and has worked in advertising, journalism, and most recently, makeup and special effects. These days, she lives and writes in Hollywood, where she can occasionally be heard singing with her band.
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I don't know if I can truly capture how amazing this book was in this review, but I will do my best! To start, I listened to Six of Crows via Audible and loved it. I'd never listened to/read a book with so much action; with so many POVs that held their own; with characters that I loved! I honestly can't think of one character that I disliked.
This is new for me.
Where Six of Crows was intrigue and romance, Crooked Kingdom is knock-down, drag out fights and retribution. We have the same crew (Kaz, Inej, Nina, Wylan, Jesper, and Matthias), but with a different mission and the same pacing!
This book is breath-taking, pulse-pounding, and gut wrenching. The ending had me in pieces; on the brink of tears. This book holds nothing back; we lose character(s) we love and find hope in their futures. We see them battling everything they've done their best to overcome; we see them fail; we see them rise above to become more.
We see them give into revenge; take the high road; make smart decisions; and make even a few bad decisions. The rag tag team they were before pales in comparison with the family they've become in this book. I'm fighting tears typing this. This book was simply perfect. I wouldn't change anything about it.
I just, can't express how amazing this book was. I 100% recommend it.
By Leigh Bardugo
I gave this book a 4 out of 5 stars
I own the physical and the audible copy
So to start off I will say this, at first I had started Six of Crows, and then had put it down to start other series, until I read the Grisha series, and it opened my eyes and I understood a bit more about the world and the Grisha’s and what they were. Once I read the Grisha Triology I was able to enjoy this book like I should have been. No idea why, I do know others needed to do the same but at the end of the day I wish I had a heads up on that.
With that being said, I loved this book! I loved everything about the characters and the world and how in this series it was focused on a different part then the trilogy. Now I won’t say it is my favorite book in the world, but it is one of those that is worth reading, and probably rereading a couple more times. My favorite characters are going to be Inej and Kaz, and their chemistry with each other and those around them. This isn’t a story about some girl pinning over a guy or some tragic love story, or really a love story at all. Yes it has aspects of one in there but not over the top, its actually very subtle. It has more action and more mystery and more keep you on your toes aspects. Which makes me adore this book. I hope that she keeps this up in the second one and that we get a good final ending in Crooked Kingdom. The word play was spectacular and the story line was captivating. You honestly should pick this series up and read it! Just I recommend reading the Grisha Trilogy first.
By Leigh Bardugo
I gave this book a 5 out of 5 stars
I own the physical and the audible copy
Holy Crap. *mind blown* *speechless*
Bardugo has completely outdone herself with this one. It made me laugh, it very nearly made me cry, it wrapped me up in an all-consuming blanket of words and didn’t let me go until it was over with, and just left me… Speechless. This is by far my favorite book out of Six of Crows and the Grisha Trilogy.
So firstly, can I just say Kaz Brekker “Dirtyhands” is a serious genius? The way that he manipulated everyone and you just never knew or expected what was going to happen next. Piece by piece, a puzzle was laid out and things that happened earlier in the book, you need to remember for later in the book, and it is like an explosion in your brain going “Oh now that makes sense!” Any questions I might have had, they were all answered. She did not leave me wanting, except that I want to know more about Kaz and Inej after the fact, like what adventures they have, what their life is like and so on. This book is a serious roller coaster of emotions. But maybe not just a roller coaster. Maybe an entire amusement park would be a more apt description.
She did an amazing job with the different POVs and it wasn’t just 2 or 3 but 6 or 7. And the flow that she kept them in was just beyond words. She juggled them flawlessly and built on the already complex nature of them and just added more layers without missing a beat. There was so many emotions, so many feels that this emotional roller-coaster/amusement park/carnival has left me just like “Wow.” No matter what happens things just crescendo, between the relationships, the dark nature of some of their backgrounds, love found and ultimately lost, and dark, and almost a sexy erotic without making outright sex scenes, but keeping it entertaining with the many many personalities. The violence and the gritty nature just made this book so dark and compelling and a read like I have not had before other than A Court of Mist and Fury but with a completely different tone. It is soul crushing and mind blowing. I just cant get over it yet.
I absolutely love all the action and the mischievous nature of our beloved little gang whom was fully developed and when one of them was outraged and crying it pulled on those heart strings and made you want to cry also. (Actually a friend of mine did cry) but I have to say out of my favorite characters Inej is the top of the list along with Nina, Matthias, and of course Kaz. I absolutely loved the dialogue, with all the bantering and the rapport between the characters.
But at the end of the day, if you want to know if you should pick up this book. Then the answer is Yes. Dont wait, don’t keep looking through reviews you have to experience this masterpiece of amusement park/roller coaster ride for yourself. It might have finished in the perfect spot, in just the perfect way but Leigh Bardugo… I hope you read this cause How Dare You. You are evil. A brilliantly minded evil genius and I absolutely can’t wait to read yet another series/standalone book written by you.
“No Mourners. No Funnerals.”
I loved the Grisha trilogy, so to read Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom was a lot of fun. Leigh Bardugo is a mastermind who comes up with the best twists and turns a story can possibly go. Her story telling is just perfect! I couldn't put either book down.
If you're wondering if you should get this and read it, do it. If you're afraid you won't understand cause you haven't read the trilogy, don't. You can read this, though it is recommended. Six of Crows is one of the best YA fantasy books I've ever read!