Leigh Bardugo

ISBN: 1627792120

Release: 09/2015


Leigh Bardugo delivers a fast-paced, action-packed bestseller that's got all the necessary ingredients of a perfect young adult novel, including a beautiful world, charismatic characters, never-ending suspense, tension, and everything else in between. Kaz Brekker, the main character of the book, arrives at Ketterdam, a hub of worldwide trading where you can buy and get anything you want, as long as you've got the right amount of money.

Kaz has been doing dangerous work for his whole life, so, when some people offer him a new job - highly deadly but well-paid - he says "Yes" immediately. All he has to do is to make a successful heist that will turn him into one of the wealthiest men around. However, the job is almost impossible to complete, and that's why he needs his crew to make it happen. His buddies are a team of cutthroat daredevils who love the thrill of the action.

The team includes a convicted felon who's got a thirst for revenge, a sharpshooter - the best in town - a runaway, a world-class spy, a girl with magic and a thief who can get out of any prison cell. So, there you have it - a team of highly dangerous outcasts, 6 pros who are set out to complete their last mission together - an impossible heist.

And Kaz and his team might be the only thing that could save the world from total annihilation. That is, if they don't cut each other's throats first! Leigh Bardugo's novel is already included in all kinds of top-10s and lists of bestsellers and the critics call it one of the most amazing books in the genre. So, now it's your time to follow Kaz's team into the deadliest journey of their lives!

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