Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo (Spoiler-Free)
Reread 2019: Still 5 stars and it might now be worth 10 stars, or a million stars. I will never be over this book and these characters. 🌟 When I love a book this much I cannot write a proper review of it that conveys all my feelings to the extent that I feel like it should. Other people could put the greatness of this book into words in ways that I can’t, so I would recommend that you read their reviews instead about this absolute masterpiece. The only other thing I can think of doing is to let the book speak for itself with one of its best quotes. Wanden olstrum end kendesorum. Isen ne bejstrum. The water hears and understands. The ice does not forgive. ———————————————————————- First read 2017: This book was everything I wanted and more. After the Grisha Trilogy I was scared that this wouldn't top it because it was centered around a new set of characters. However... I WAS SO WRONG. I LOVED these characters just as much as the last series, and this whole book was action-packed from beginning to end. Definitely a new favorite, and I loved the references to the previous series!!
Song I was reminded of while reading: Feeling Good