A completely satisfying wrap-up to Six of Crows. This is how it's done. Each book is complete unto itself, but together they're even more satisfying. Kaz and his crew got the job done in book one, but it turns out they'll have to do some more scheming to actually get paid. This book felt like it fell back on more cliches, but it doesn't matter, the action was so fun to read and Bardugo left me gasping at some of the narrow escapes. More backstory on the characters was helpful and horrifying. Another bang up job.