If you hang out on bookstagram, chances are that you have seen Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo all over it. That’s where I first encountered all the love and praise for this YA book that’s part of a duology. So I ordered both Six of Crows and it’s sequel Crooked Kingdom and placed them on my shelf, waiting for a day when I would have time to read them. But when I finally picked up Six of Crows, I just couldn’t get into it. I tried for a few chapters and then abandoned it for another book.
But I was determined to return and give it another go as it has so much fan love. So recently I picked it up again and I stuck with it. Continue reading