Six of Crows Review

Written by Maya Oeverman

Six of Crows is written by Leigh Bardugo as part of the Grishaverse. (The Shadow and Bone trilogy and King of Scars are part of it too) I absolutely loved this book! Stated simply, It is about six teenagers who undergo a seemingly impossible heist but Leigh Bardugo does a really good job of including other side stories in such a way that you do not lose track of what’s going on. This book has such a diverse cast that most everybody can find them relatable in some way. Besides a super fun and interesting main plot, it also covers many important issues but does so in a way that is not overbearing. Things like PTSD, human trafficking, and harmful prejudices are all represented through the characters in a way that boosts the story up and helps the reader understand the characters better. I highly recommend this book to everyone. It is an enjoyable  story with great characters, good pacing, and is well written. This is the first book in a duology and yes, the second one is as good as the first one. You can find Six of Crows and the next book, Crooked Kingdom, on most digital book platforms.

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I am a Senior at City and I normally write the weekly book reviews! If I'm not reading, you can usually find me at the barn riding and taking care of the horses.