Six of Crows Parents Guide
Six of Crows is a fantasy novel by Leigh Bardugo Published by Henry Holt and Co. in 2015. The account is about seven different characters told from third-person viewpoints. The account plot is all about an abstract company and is an introductory set in the city of Ketterdam, which was inspired by a Dutch republic-era Amsterdam.
The novel is part of the Grishaverse Book Series also this is the first book of the Six of Crows Duology, another book of this series is Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows,#2) Nina’s storyline continues in the King of Scars duology: King of Scars (2019) and Rule of Wolves (2021), and the other Crows make cameo appearances in the latter novel.
The first series of the Grishaverse is The Shadow and Bone Trilogy. That trilogy has Shadow and Bone#1, Siege and Storm#2, and Ruin and Rising#3.
The combined series of all these books are famous as the Grishaverse of Leigh Bardugo.
“She’d laughed, and if he could have bottled the sound and gotten drunk on it every night, he would have. It terrified him.”Leigh Bardugo, Six of Crows
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|Book Name||Six of Crows|
|Genre||Fantasy, Young Adult|
|Series||Six of Crows Duology|
|Published on||September 29, 2015|
|Publisher||Henry Hault and co.|
Six of Crows Age Rating
Six of Crow is rated between the ages of 13 and above. According to the rating given to the book Six of Crows, it is allowed to be read with adults which means you can read it in the presence of an adult, and adult presence is necessary as it may contain material that parents may find unfair to children.
Age ratings are recommendations for parents and carers of kids to help them decide what is appropriate for their child depending on what stage of development they are at.
Six of Crows Parents Guide
|Six of Crow is an account of the Grisha trilogy, but this is an account that you can start directly without reading the trilogy.|
|The content in this account is a perfect fit for the age group of 14 and up as the book is all about fantasy that mature will find interesting|
|The characters in this account are complicated, imperfect, and sometimes accountable for hateful acts.|
|There is no strong language used only once a word said “f—-ng.|
|There are some frequent bloodshed scenes in the story, strong violence is included in it.|
|It consists of some scenes of kissing and nakedness.|
Six of Crows Characters
- Kaz Brekker – Dirtyhands, is seventeen and a master thief with a reputation for doing anything for the right price.
- Inej Ghafa – a sixteen-year-old Suli girl known as the Wraith.
- Wylan Van Eck – sixteen, a merchant’s son with some talent for demolition.
- Matthias Helvar – eighteen, a former drüskelle (witchhunter) from Fjerda.
- Nina Zenik – seventeen, a powerful Grisha Heartrender and former soldier.
- Jesper Fahey – seventeen, a Zemeni sharpshooter with a gambling problem.
- Jan Van Eck – a rich man and a prominent merchant who sits on Ketterdam’s Merchant Council.
- Pekka Rollins – the leader of the Dime Lions gang.
Six of Crows Summary
Chief of the Dregs gang, Kaz Brenner or “Dirty hands,” a Seventeen-year-old, is kidnapped by a merchant with a business proposition. The merchant introduces Kaz to a new drug called Jurda Parem, which increases their existing abilities. Jurda Parem is extremely addictive, and the man who invented Jurda Parem, a scientist from Shu Han named Bo Yul-Bayer, is being held in the Ice Court, an impenetrable fortress in Fjerda.
Van Eck wants Kaz to bring back Yul-Bayer out of prison, so the scientist won’t split the formula with foreign authorities. Kaz accepts the deal, trusting the reward money will help him take down his brother Jordie. Kaz prepares his team: Inej, his right-hand woman; Nina, a Grisha; Matthias, a Fjerdan former drüskelle (Grisha hunter) with internal knowledge of the Ice Court; Jesper, the Dregs’ sharpshooter; and Wylan, Van Eck’s delinquent son who is also a skilled bomb builder.
The crew arrives outside the Ice Court and changed places with six of the prisoners so that they get into the Ice Court’s prison. Nina and Kaz search for Yul-Bayur is in one of the cells in the prison.
“When everyone knows you’re a monster, you needn’t waste time doing every monstrous thing.”Leigh Bardugo, Six of Crows
A plus checkpoint of guards saves the group from entering the embassy as they’d planned. Inej and Nina introduce themselves as members of the Menagerie brothel to get into, while the boys use a secret drüskelle bridge Matthias shows them. Nina tries to seduce drüskelle leader Jarl Brum so that they get the way to Yul-Bayer’s location. unfortunately, Brum captures and imprisons Nina, anyhow Matthias frees Nina. Matthias and Nina soon discover Yul-Bayur is dead, and his young son, Kuwei, is being pressurised to try to recreate Jurda Parem.
Nina decided to kill Kuwei, Yul-Bayur’s son, but Matthias stopped her because the boy has been kidnapped by his home and deserved better treatment. They take Kuwei with them and went to meet Kaz, who was preparing their way to escape. The crew went all the way to the harbor just to find 200 soldiers and a group of drüskelle waiting for them. Kuwei gives Nina a dose of Jurda Parem so that she can command the soldiers to throw back their weapons and sleep.
When they come back to Ketterdam, Van Eck greets the team on a deserted island and tells them that he’s going to pay them instead he plans to kill them with the help of Jurda Parem-dosed Grisha. The merchant kidnaps Inej and tells Kaz he has a week to deliver Kuwei, or Inej will die. Kaz asks the team to get together again to get Inej back, and like a good team, they all agree. Kaz’s reassembled crew and plans for revenge.
Six of Crows Review
This is the best YA fantasy book ever, it’s been a long time but still, I can’t find a way out of it. The characters were amazing and altogether it made for a wonderful reading experience.
Especially since it’s been three years or so since I first read this book, but still haven’t found a character as cool as Kaz Breker in any of the other fantasy books.
Six of Crows FAQ
Is Six of Crows appropriate for kids below 8?
No, Is Six of Crows is not appropriate for kids below 8.
Is Six of Crows appropriate for kids below 10?
No, Is Six of Crows is not appropriate for kids below 10.
Is Six of Crows appropriate for kids below 12?
No, Is Six of Crows is not appropriate for kids below 12.
Is Six of Crows appropriate for kids above 15?
Yes, is appropriate for kids above 15.
What age group of children can read Six of Crows book?
Children aged 13 years and above can read Six of Crows book.
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