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Six of Crows from Leigh Bardugo
Badassery and Heart-stopping Action •• Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Those of you, who have read my review on Six of Crows, already know that I absolutely loved it! I thought it was a brilliant and captivating read, with amazing characters, a fascinating plot and the perfect blend of fantasy, action, humour and romance. I was initially going to include those quotes in my review, but they turned out to be a lot more than I expected and I decided to make a separate post about them. So here they are! Those were the words whispered on the streets of Ketterdam, in the taverns and coffehouses, in the dark and bleeding alleys of the pleasure district known as the Barrel. Of course they were wrong, Inej considered as she crossed the bridge over the black waters of the Beurscanal to the deserted main square that fronted the Exchange.
Blurb: Ketterdam: a bustling hub of international trade where anything can be had for the right price—and no one knows that better than criminal prodigy Kaz Brekker. Kaz is offered a chance at a deadly heist that could make him rich beyond his wildest dreams. Six dangerous outcasts. One impossible heist. And I would have done the same thing because who can resist something so dark and alluring? Something that promises a fantasy so rich and inviting?
Inej Ghafa is a member of the Dregs. She works as the Dregs' spy. She is of Suli heritage and was raised performing with her family as an acrobat. Inej has deep brown skin and dark hair that she usually keeps in a tightly coiled braid, but when down her hair is long. She is described to have an angular, lean figure. Inej wears a quilted vest, breeches, and a tunic.
“The heart is an arrow. It demands aim to land true Be decisive, you have to know where you want to go before you get there.” ― Leigh Bardugo, Six of Crows .
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These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. The city of Ketterdam, a slum city filled with crime lords, and the Ice Court, a notorious prison. The world is fictional, but the atmosphere is reminiscent of 18th century Europe. The novel is told through a third-person omniscient narrative that follows the six main characters. The tone is mostly suspenseful, with an air of action and mystery. At times it changes to be much more lighthearted.