For this book, I’ll be probably waiting a lifetime. It has been confirmed, but when, about what or how – we don’t know.
Yes, maybe some of you already guessed which book I’m talking about: Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows will no longer only be a Duology.
I only started reading Leigh Bardugo early this summer break but I am absolutely stunned by her work on Six of Crows. And now there will be a third book? This is a dream come true.
I am so eager to find out if Kaz and Inej finally found their peace, what happened to Nina after her tragic loss at the end of Crooked Kingdom, if Jesper and Wylan are still together and what happened to all the slavers out there with Inej only one step behind.
In my opinion, the Grisha Verse and especially Ketterdam have so many more stories which can be told, that I am 100 percent sure the third book will be a huge success.
I have not read Leigh Bardugo’s original Grisha Verse novels, the Shadow and Bone Trilogy, neither have I read King of Scars, but I am excited to have both those series on my TBR list.
I hope you enjoyed this little post – although it didn’t really contain much new info 🙂 – and have a great day!