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Six Of Crows
Transcript of Six Of Crows
by: Leigh Bardugo
They're are several different themes in Six of Crows, thus being revenge or owership.
“The water hears and understands. The ice does not forgive.”
“Greed may do your bidding, but death serves no man Greed is your god, Kaz."
He almost laughed at that. "No, Inej. Greed bows to me. It is my servant and my lever.”
Kaz Brekker (also known as "Dirtyhands") is the lieutenant of the dregs. Kaz is described as a thief and a lair. He did not have a very good past and becuase of this it resulted in him being a cold-hearted person.
“Kaz Brekker didn’t need a reason...The boy they called Dirtyhands didn’t need a reason any more than he needed permission—to break a leg, sever an alliance, or change a man’s fortunes with the turn of a card. Of course they were wrong...Every act of violence was deliberate, and every favor came with enough strings attached to stage a puppet show. Kaz always had his reasons. Inej could just never be sure they were good ones.”
Inej Ghafa, also known as "The Wraith", She was rescued from a brothel by Kaz to by a spy for him. She can climb walls and walk on tightropes.
“Inej had once offered to teach him how to fall. "The trick is not getting knocked down," he'd told her with a laugh. "No, Kaz," she'd said, "the trick is in getting back up.”
My Opinion: Six of crows
Six of Crows was an exceptional novel with adventure, mystery and fantasy about six teen thieves and thugs in the Amsterdam- inspired city of Ketterdam. I enjoyed this book so much that it is now my favorite book in the universe. Six of Crows has everthing from magic to romance and everything in between. My favorite quote from the book is “If it were a trick, I'd promise you safety. I'd offer you happiness. I don't know if that exists in the Barrel, but you'll find none of it with me."
For some reason, those words had comforted her. Better terrible truths than kind lies.” I love all the lessons this book taught me and how each character has so much depth to them.
Jesper Fahey also known as the "Sharpshooter" . He has a gambling habit, which led to him dropping out of school when he got into debts. He is described as sarcastic and very charming.
"A sharpshooter who can't walk away from a wager."
leigh Bardugo uses lots of imagery and similes which lets teens connect to the novel more easily.
“A gambler, a convict, a wayward son, a lost Grisha, a Suli girl who had become a killer, a boy from the Barrel who had become something worse.”
“He needed to tell her … what? That she was lovely and brave and better than anything he deserved. That he was twisted, crooked, wrong, but not so broken that he couldn’t pull himself together into some semblance of a man for her. That without meaning to, he’d begun to lean on her, to look for her, to need her near. He needed to thank her for his new hat.”