If you haven’t read the prequel, Six of Crows, go do so and come back.
An elaborate scheme to get what they’re owed and then some, but with enemies piling up and short on resources, can Kez and Co pull it off?
This is a read it in one sitting book, rip roaring alone at some pace and peopled with the characters I loved in the first book. Nina the Grisha Heartrender and her stoic Fjerdan love Matthew, fast on the draw Jesper and clever but illiterate Wylan.
This definitely needs to be read after Six of Crows, so much of the plot depends on knowing the first book.
I don’t want to say too much or spoil the book so I’ll post this very short almost a review.
If you love fantasy and thrillers, read Six of Crows and then read Crooked Kingdom.