“A gambler, a convict, a wayward son, a lost Grisha, a Suli girl who had become a killer, a boy from the Barrel who became something worse. What bound them together?”
In Six of Crows, Leigh Bardugo continues to add the world which she created in “The Grisha Trilogy”. A world the grips and pulls. The plot moves rapidly, sharing fragments of each characters past as the story builds. The characters and the relationships between them are intricate and woven together reaching in a grasping at the darkest of places.
Six of Crows has grit to it that is hard to wash off even afterthe last page. I can’t wait for its sequel.