In Ketterdam, there's a saying: No mourners, no funerals.
I read Six of Crows back in 2015 and I'm still in love with it. Six teens all with their own unique skills come together to perform the most impossible heist of their criminal careers. Led and hand-picked by the ruthless Kaz Brekker (known as Dirtyhands), this unlikely outcast group must break a dangerous criminal out of a high security prison and collect the substantial reward all without turning on each other. This is not a fluffy read. Each member of Kaz's team is self-motivated. Their moral compasses don't always point north which makes their group dynamic complex and fun.