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Six of Crows: Crooked Kingdom: Book 2 (English Edition) eBook Kindle

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The hotly-anticipated sequel to SIX OF CROWS, this is GAME OF THRONES meets OCEAN'S ELEVEN in a fantasy epic from the number 1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Leigh Bardugo.

Welcome to the world of the Grisha.

After pulling off a seemingly impossible heist in the notorious Ice Court, criminal prodigy Kaz Brekker feels unstoppable. But life is about to take a dangerous turn - and with friends who are among the deadliest outcasts in Ketterdam city, Kaz is going to need more than luck to survive in this unforgiving underworld.

As gripping, sweeping and memorable as the Grisha trilogy - SHADOW AND BONE, SIEGE AND STORM and RUIN AND RISING - this novel is perfect for fans of Laini Taylor, Kristin Cashore and GAME OF THRONES.

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Kaz Brekker and his crew have just pulled off the most daring heist imaginable.

But instead of divvying up a fat reward, they're fighting for their lives.

Double-crossed and badly weakened, they're low on resources, allies and hope.

While a war rages on the city's streets, the team's fragile loyalties are stretched to the breaking point.

Kaz and his crew will have to make sure they're on the winning side ... no matter what the cost.

The stunning sequel to the fantasy epic Six of Crows, from bestselling author Leigh Bardugo.


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  • Número de páginas: 561 páginas
  • Editora: Orion Children's Books; Edição: 01 (27 de setembro de 2016)
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Por que não tem mais livros nesse mundo?? Essa é a minha maior reclamação desse livro. AMO MUITO TUDO ISSO.

Esse livro me pareceu super conectado com Six of Crows, como se a estória fosse realmente uma única, separadas apenas pela edição física dos dois livros. A transição de um para o outro foi perfeita, na minha opinião. Eu realmente gostei da forma que a Leigh Bardugo encontrou para resolver os acontecimentos do final de Six of Crows e continuar a jornada da nossa trupe maravilhosa nesse aqui.

Crooked Kingdom é um livro muito similar ao seu antecessor e diferente ao mesmo tempo. Por ser o segundo livro ele já não necessitava mais das introduções aos personagens que deixaram o primeiro um pouco moroso no início. Aqui é ação do começo ao fim, não há tempo para respirar e muito menos querer pausar a leitura. Ele é similar na forma que alterna entre os pontos de vistas dos personagens e sempre usa o passado de cada um como um veículo de desenvolvimento do mesmo ou para ajudar na situação em que ele se encontra. Ler sobre esses passados era uma das minhas partes favoritas, pois só deixavam cada personagem ainda mais tridimensional e colorido aos meus olhos. Eu amo a todos eles igualmente, mas devo confessar uma certa predileção pela Inej.

Duas coisas pequenas me incomodaram: uma foi o desenvolvimento emocional do Kaz que demorou um pouco a acontecer, o que acabou me desconectando dele e o outro é que ele era sempre muito inteligente demais. Essa já sendo uma reclamação que eu tinha do primeiro livro, com suas soluções mirabolantes e habilidade mágica de prever os passos de todos os inimigos.
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There's no book to compare this to. It's one of the most intriguing, emotional,action filled, beautiful books ever. It's so intense, there's so much action, the scheming and set up are genius, the twist and turn leave you at the edge of your seat, the characters are all my favorites, there's so much diversity and they are all so lovable and well built. Definitely one of the best books I've ever read.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas ...no funerals... 28 de setembro de 2016
Por amy - Publicada na Amazon.com
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They say no mourners, but I'm mourning. I'm mourning that this duology is over. I adored the first book, but the with the addition of the second, the two paired go up in my list of ABSOLUTE PERFECT BOOKS EVAR (which, Ima be honest with you, is kind of hard to get into. The Raven Boys is in there. Harry Potter is in there. You know what's not? The Hunger Games trilogy or even the author's first set of work, the Grisha Trilogy. SCANDALOUS)

This was so delicious. It was. Fulfilling, never disappointing, it whetted my appetite for a last job/heist story and satisfied with the level of a Shawshank Redemption-style smack down. It gave me spine-shiveringly-fingers-grazing-slightly-hungrily romantic moments, sweet first love moments, hungry lip-devouring moments. It gave me moments where I wanted to fist pump the hell out of every character, and then clutch them to my chest.and make soothing crooning moments.I read the entire thing in 6 hours. Then I re-read the ending. Multiple times. Tears and shivers and laughing and crying all at the same time. Every time.

I CANNOT ENUNCIATE ENOUGH MY APPRECIATION FOR THIS BOOK. I literally gasped at the presentation of one character who I didn't see coming (literally or figuratively) but was so delighted at the brilliance of the author's move. Everything fit. A perfect puzzle of a story that comes to the most resounding satisfying snap at the ending. I AM NOT KIDDING. BUY THIS BOOK. Actually, buy Six of Crows first, devour that (if you have't) and then BUY THIS BOOK. And if you're like me, voraciously devour it. Then as soon as you hit the ending, immediately go back and start re-reading, because you know you've missed details the first time around because the pacing of the story wouldn't allow you to slow down and appreciate the nuances. That's what 2nd readings are for. And 3rd. AND CAN I GET A HALLELUJAH FOR NO LOVE TRIANGLES?!!!?!!?! (THAT didn't count. IT doesn't count. I'm not counting IT.)

Thank you Leigh Bardugo, for this duology. Thank you for adding to my miserly BEST READS EVAR pile. Thank you for Kaz, Inej, Jesper, Wylan, Nina, Matthias, Sprecht, Rotty and every other brilliant character you've made so readable and loveable/hateable.

Although, could someone please help me out? Most of the lands are pretty obviously references to real life places. Can I get an assist on Novyi Zem? I know I should be able to figure it out - I feel like it staring at me RIGHT IN THE FACE, not mad, just....disappointed.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Loved it and cried! ♥ 2 de outubro de 2016
Por Melissa's Rambling - Publicada na Amazon.com
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In this book, I came to love the characters even more. I just loved them!

Crooked Kingdom starts off with a bang, just right out there. The crew is in it from start to finish. In the first book, Six of Crows I was a little bored in the beginning and then it took off for me and I ended up loving it. This one I loved from the first paragraph.

1. Kaz
2. Matthias
3. Wylan
4. Jesper
5. Inej
6. Nina
7. Kuwei

and the others here and there through-out the book are totally awesome!

One of the crew members is kidnapped by the evil, Van Eck, and they are trying to get them back. And of course, you know they do =)

At one point though, when they were talking about torturing said person, I cringed big time at what I thought they were getting ready to do, but they didn't do that particular thing. Leigh Bardugo sure did have me on the edge of my seat saying no, no, no, no!

I loved the little backstories about the group in this book. We get to find out certain things about their home life, what they went through. I loved getting to know Jesper's father in the book, he was a really nice old man that could be a tough cookie too. It even went into Jesper's life with his mom and what happened to her.

One of the saddest I read was of Wylan's life. I mean most of them had sad lives or something happen to them but just the things in Wylan's life was/is sad and just plain evil.

But this is one bad to the bone group of people that have each each others back through the whole story. At least as much as they can. They are so great at what they do! The ordinary things and even the magical things some of them can do. AMAZEBALLS! The high wire part and the walking dead, those were cool parts. I mean the whole book is awesome, you just have to read it! Accept for one part but I digress!

This book is bloody brilliant. I know I say that a lot but there is nothing I like more than to be able to say that about a book I just read! EVEN THOUGH LEIGH BARDUGO BROKE MY HEART A LITTLE ♥

I would say more but I sort of got off track when I saw a spoiler on goodreads and I was bummed the rest of the book. So my review sort of went downhill. But, no spoilers :-)
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5.0 de 5 estrelas The books starts pretty much where the last one left off 17 de março de 2017
Por Snoopydoo - Publicada na Amazon.com
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The books starts pretty much where the last one left off. The crew is still recovering and shaken by the events at the end of book one.

I thought the last book was great but this one was epic.

I don’t want to say too much to not spoil it so I will make it a short review of this book.

Okay, like I said they are still recovering from the blow of the last book, but if you know Kaz from the last book you know that he has like five plans already made to get them back on track and the crew back together.

In this book we learn so much more about all the crew members, their past, their plans for the future, they hope and dreams and is a sad realty. Relationships are strengthened but there is always the question of who they can really trust. Who will betray them next? Which is a big part to each of them but also as a crew as a whole. Plus some people still fault others of the crew for the events that took place and are holding a pretty big grudge.

There are some big twists in the book, which I mostly loved. I loved the twists just maybe not the outcome.

There were some quite brutal scenes in this book that not only showed how far some crew member would go but also some of the things they have endured in their past. But to even it out there were also some pretty sweet moments in the book, as well some heartbreaking ones. I shed tears a few times throughout the book.

The end was epic and perfect (almost) for all the crew members. It was bittersweet and a little sad.

I know I will miss all the characters in this duology, It is hard to connect to some characters in books sometimes but to love every single one of them in one book or series is pretty freaking rare. And I did. I loved the entire crew that shared this epic journey, they were super engaging and made it almost impossible to not only love one but almost all. If I had to choose some of my favorite it would be Nina and Jes, but really I liked then all , each of them for something different.

I highly recommend this series.

Overall great book, lots of twist and turns, action, sorrow, great suspense, plus love and we get a little humor.

I rate this book a full 5 ★
5.0 de 5 estrelas I loved this book from the very beginning 18 de março de 2017
Por Lovely Reader - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I loved this book from the very beginning. Starting off right where Six of Crows left off, it was a read with twists, turns, and so many surprises.

The characters in this book are wonderfully written. Kaz seemed to be the most complex character. First, Kaz seemed to be out for revenge but I learned by the end of the book that Kaz has a softer side and was out for justice more than revenge. He wanted justice for a family member that he loved dearly. Kaz's character development is wonderful throughout this story. I related to his pain, sorrow, and understood him as a character. There are several more characters that I loved and some that I could do without. Wylan was my least favorite character of this bunch. His infernal whining throughout the story was driving me nuts. I understand his background, growing up a rich merchants kid. But he was never treated well by his father so his overly sensitive nature and cry-baby ways, quickly got to me.

I loved how this story twisted. Just when I thought I knew what was going on, it twisted and I had no idea. Those twist kept me reading , "just one more chapter". Author Bardugo's writing is brilliant and I enjoyed every chapter. This book had me crying, had me shouting, and had me throwing the book across the room one time!

My only disappointment that there is not another book after this one. The characters and this world must go on. Also I found the fact that these master minds were teenagers really unbelievable. Maybe that part was just me, and maybe it was the fact each of them lived a tough life where they had to grow up fast. I just found their ages not believable for the scope of the story.

Overall, totally impressed and loved it!
5.0 de 5 estrelas Crooked Kingdom 10 de novembro de 2016
Por Amy - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Straightaway after pulling off the impossible of impossible heists, Kaz Brekker and his crew don’t have time to slow down. Not only were they deceived by Jan Van Eck, the merchant who initially hired them, but Van Eck is also holding Inej hostage as leverage for Kaz to turn over Kuwei Yul-Bo, the son of the creator of the dangerous drug jurda parem. Not only that, but apparently news of Kuwei and parem’s existence has reached other lands, and Ketterdam is finding itself flooded with those who want control of the drug. All eyes are open, looking for Kaz and his allies. Just another day in the Barrel.

I loved that Crooked Kingdom started off running. While I was scratching my head as to why I didn’t pick up the first book sooner, in the end I’m actually quite happy I waited because that meant I pretty much got to finish one and move right on to the other. And with the way things were left at the end of Six of Crows, while not a completely devastating cliffhanger, things were still left unsettled. So getting right back into the swing of things suited me just fine.

Crooked Kingdom progresses in much the same vein as Six of Crows; there are twists and turns as Kaz and his gang of ragtag thieves try to navigate their comeuppance upon Jan Van Eck, free Inej, and keep jurda parem from becoming a thing. Of course not all their plans run smoothly, but the whole story flows so well together, and I rather enjoyed the fact that the entirety of the story takes place in Ketterdam. When one roadblock would hit, I would wait in anticipation to find out whether or not our group could get out of the unexpected or if this would finally be the straw that broke the camel’s back, so to speak. While I can’t give anything specific away—because duh—I will say I was impressed by the clever antics, and the revelations that I didn’t really see coming.

On that note, Leigh Bardugo did such a great job with these six main characters. I figured we pretty much learned all there was to know about them in the first book, but no, we so did not. Bardugo, in 536 pages, managed to add so much depth and more layers to each of her six main characters. For a duology that focuses pretty much equally on all the main characters, being able to flesh them all out so well is quite the feat, in my opinion. Six of Crows introduced us to Kaz, Jesper, Wylan, Inej, Matthias, and Nina and their respective backgrounds. In Crooked Kingdom each of our characters must confront and acknowledge something about themselves, in their pasts, which they need to overcome in order to move forward. Probably most notable is Kaz’s long-held revenge plans on Barrel boss Pekka Rollins, who Kaz blames for the death of his brother. This long seated hatred for Rollins is something that has festered in Kaz for years, and in Crooked Kingdom we finally see whether or not Kaz will let that darkness completely take over or if he can move forward.

Leigh Bardugo doesn’t pull any punches in this one, and while there were a few story threads that I think could very well carry over into another spin-off series, I think Crooked Kingdom successfully finishes off this storyline. I hope we’ll get to revisit these characters again in the future.
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