Crooked Kingdom: A Sequel to Six of Crows
Publish date: 2016-09-27
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
I have finally finished! The sequel to Six of Crows and the finale of this duology ends to me with a satisfying conclusion. It has been a wild journey for me, a long one (my fault, due to reading slump and work) and in the end, it's almost perfect. Continued from where it was left off, Kaz Brekker...
Six of Crows was so good it would be hard to make a sequel but Leigh Bardugo succeeded with Crooked Kingdom begin even better. The plot was even more complicated than in Six of Crows but just as easy to follow. There where so many twists and turns; so much plotting and countering it blew my mind. In...
Keeping this one short and sweet because I'm still emotionally shook after finishing this series. I kept wondering if I had a reason to give it 4.5 stars instead of 5, but I don't. Two long books full of action and content, and there is nothing I disliked. So have some gorgeous fanart! God ...
Oceans Eleven meets mystical powers, meets Oliver. What a wild ride this short series was. Two books, who just writes two book series anymore ? It's be great if the books sucked but they were funtabulous and I wanted more. I took a whole day off from work, family, drank a whole pot of coffee and nea...
No mourners. No funerals. Kaz and his friends will keep you wondering how they can possibly survive his next brilliant (yet crazy) scheme, even as you are falling in love with these flawed and complex characters. These books were amazing and fantastic. I can't wait to read The Grisha Trilogy ...