by Leigh Bardugo
Kaz and his crew are back to tie up all of their many loose ends.
I loved Six of Crows, and this book did not disappoint as the sequel. Characters grow, relationships develop, more backstory is revealed, new faces join the crew, and some old faces turn their back on the crew. Plans are made, then re-made, then backup plans are made, then all the plans change. This is a vague review, but I’d hate to spoil either book in this duology. This was a great book, and I had a lot of fun reading it.