Huge news out of the Grishaverse! It was just announced that Netflix has greenlit a series based on Leigh Bardugo’s best-selling novels. We are getting a Grishaverse series, everybody! Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
This summer’s Wonder Woman movie was a breath of fresh air and gave many of us an immense feeling of relief. In an era when the idea that something must be dark and gritty to be good, and that the only way for a female character to be considered strong is to be damaged and emotionally […]
I am honestly ashamed of myself for how long it took for me to finish Crooked Kingdom, the sequel to Leigh Bardugo’s best-selling Six of Crows. But at long last, I have finished, so let’s discuss. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
It seems that Marvel and Capstone have started a trend of comic book characters getting YA novels! Mashable announced yesterday that – in a partnership between DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, and Random House Books for Young Readers – four iconic DC characters will each feature in their own young adult book. Starting in 2017, […]
In Six of Crows, author Leigh Bardugo returns to the fantastical world she created in the Grisha trilogy (Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, Ruin and Rising), although this time we are in another and vastly different part of that world. Described as Ocean’s 11 meets Inglourious Basterds meets The Dirty Dozen, Six of Crows […]
Before attending the BookExpo back in May, I made a list of the galleys that I wanted to pick up and starred those that were absolutely necessary for me to acquire or I would be sad and mopey for months. I only starred three titles, and one of those was Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. I’ll […]
Every year at BookExpo America and BookCon, I go through the list of books that will be featured and make an Excel spreadsheet (color-coded!) of all the titles that I want to pick up. Usually I come home with more than fifty books, half of which I never end up reading. This year, I tried […]