Kel E Lyle

whimsical tales of hope and ambition

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. The Six of Crows duology has exploded into popularity, so I’ll share why I like it: it’s a fantasy heist. Look, there are a lot of fantasy adventures and fantasies about royal politics, but rarely do you get a well written novel set entirely in a fantasy world about a ragtag team of talented criminals plus some very cute romance.