Six of Crows - Review

Six of Crows

by Leigh Bardugo

This is one of the books that blows you away with his fantastic characters, flawless writing and thrilling adventures
I had big hopes going into this book, since all the good review I've read, and I was not disappointed.

 The story takes place in Ketterdam: a bustling hub of international trade where anything can be brought for the right price and no one knows that better than Kaz Brekker. Kaz is offered a chance at a deadly heist that could make him rich beyond his dreams. But he can't pull it off alone. He will need to recruit some more outcasts from the scum of the Barrell.

It's been a wonderful experience getting into the thievery, scumming, violent world of the Barrell to get our crew of criminals to save the world. 
Each of the characters, of our peculiar team, is well  described and full. I felt in love with all of them in the end, loving more than anyone our crew leader, the despicable, utterly smart and charming, Kaz Brekker.
I dived immediately into this book, thanks to the engaging plot, smart dialogue and exciting twists; everything is crowned with stunning writings. 
Leigh Bardugo is the second writer after Victoria Schwab that had me fangirling so hard on a book. 

It's been pure bliss, I'll definitely recommend it to any reader. Can not wait until September to get my hand on the second book of the series!


Here is the book trailer:

Did anyone read it? What was your favorite character?