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Raven Throne Review

Thank you, NetGalley for this eArc.

From the Publisher:

The unmissable sequel to The Raven Heir and conclusion to the epic middle-grade fantasy series perfect for fans of Abi Elphinstone and Piers Torday. Cordelia has been crowned The Raven Queen. But with new power comes new danger. Once their triplet Cordelia became The Raven Queen, Giles and Rosalind knew they would have to learn to behave at court. No more fighting for Rosalind and no more singing for Giles. What they didn't foresee was having to foil a plot against their sister. When Cordelia falls into an enchanted sleep and cannot be woken, Rosalind and Giles must quest across the kingdom to seek help from the ancient spirits of the land. But their family’s greatest enemies lurk at every turn, and it will take all of the triplets’ deepest strengths to fight against them. A thrilling finale to the magical and mystical series.

Genres: Fantasy - Young Adult - Childrens

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My Review:


The sequel to The Raven Heir doesn't disappoint. We're back to following the adventures of a family that will do whatever they can to protect each other, even if it means trying to be someone they aren't for the sake of their sister queen.

With multiple povs, we get insight into each one of the triplet's minds and their struggles.

They are all different and with different skills. From persuasive music, and amazing fighting skills to connecting to land and magic, they will all be fighting in their way against a court of intrigue and the greed of other royals. Since there was an attempt on the Queen's life her siblings are working hard to understand the dangers and keep her safe.

Even if you have "t read book one (and you will be very motivated to collect all from this series) you'll still get pulled right into this story and the author helps by giving the highlights of what happened before so we are never lost. Also, this story of mystery and intrigue wraps us immediately and we focus on this journey against infuriating villains. This author's descriptions are very cinematographic and if you love fantasy, shapeshifters, animals, and magic you're in for a treat.

Thank you NetGalley and publisher for the ARC. My opinions are my own and honest.

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