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Shadow and Bone (The Shadow and Bone Trilogy, #1)
Shadow and Bone (The Shadow and Bone Trilogy, #1) | Leigh Bardugo
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LiseWorks
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I watched the Netflix series of this before I read the book. The book I found was too focused on Aline, the series let us see Mal more. It is a good read for young adults. It is also my pick for #NSR221 @Nessavamusic in the Young Adult Fantasy

Nessavamusic Yes! The series uses the plot of this series but includes the Crows (my favorite characters) from the spin off duology which starts with Six of Crows 3w
LiseWorks Should I read the book, the six of crows or watch it, I really didn't know they were connected 3w
StayCurious @LiseWorks I think if you liked this series you‘ll enjoy her other 3w
LiseWorks @StayCurious I will have to add it to my long list lol 3w
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CaramelLunacy
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Picked this one up because I was enjoying the Netflix series and was happily drawn in on page as well. A much pined-after best friend, newfound powers, a dangerous quest - all accounted for. Plus there is a map. I love a book with a map!

I enjoyed this and have grabbed the next two from the library to devour immediately.

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AFrostCauseReads
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Starting this one tonight!
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Mynameisacolour Great pic, love your cup! 5mo
NikkiM5 That candle 😍 5mo
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CourtSmall
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Book 116/2021. Finished 17/5/21 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I confess I watched the Netflix TV show first ( I had previously read the Six of Crows Duology though)

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sebrittainclark
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mdemanatee
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Finished my Shadow and Bone trilogy reread. We'll take a slight detour into some non-Grishaverse books before tackling the Six of Crows duology and King of Scars. I did attempt to collect my thoughts on the reread but there is so much going on I probably could have babbled on every topic for a whole video https://youtu.be/A4hshnm0nRI

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Nelnjali
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4.5⭐ I haven't been pulled into a YA series this quickly and thoroughly in a long time. It has some common tropes, especially in the relationship department, but they are done well and don't bog down the pacing of the story. I am very fascinated by the dark, warring realm that is the setting, and I hope to find out even more about it in the next book. ⬇

Nelnjali I am also intrigued by the magic system; it isn't as involved and explained as some books, but it does give enough to help readers understand that it is a comprehensible system to those that live in this world. I'm a sucker for books that have at least partially explainable magic. ⬇ 10mo
Nelnjali I also like the smaller details that make the world come alive and uniquely its own, such as the way Grisha can be identified by the colors they wear or that healing cuts with magic causes awful itching (which makes absolute sense but is a clever little detail I've never encountered before). I'm quite invested in this story, and I look forward to seeing what comes next. 10mo
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