Title: Flight of the Raven (Ravenwood Saga, Book 2)
Author: Morgan L. Busse
Length: 400 pages
Publisher: Bethany House
Available at: Wherever books are sold
Outcast. Stranger. Lady of House Maris.
Exiled and on the run, Selene Ravenwood is in search of the real reason her family was given the gift of dreamwalking but first she must adapt to her marriage with the man she was originally assigned to kill. With war impending and a dark being after her gift, she finds herself at a crossroads but time is running out and soon her choice will be made for her.
A character is willing to sacrifice for her sister; a character searches for truth and fights her demons; forgiveness and grace are shown.
Characters pray and faith is discussed; the personification of evil stalks a character; it is thought that a character’s soul is free from darkness due to his faith; characters come to salvation.
Characters are attacked and injured; it is mentioned that people were assassinated and that perceived traitors were thrown off cliffs or burned to death; a character is slapped; a stab wound results in death; a character relives violence in her past.
A couple kisses.
Flight of the Raven is the eagerly-awaited sequel to Mark of the Raven, and an intense book that touches on aspects of guilt, good vs. evil, and salvation. I was intrigued with Amara’s POV, which the author did wonderfully in crafting her character – Amara’s struggles, desires, and ultimate (spoiler) death. But perhaps what I enjoyed most about this book is it’s unwavering salvation message: no matter who you are, no matter where you’ve come from, and no matter what you’ve done, you can always find the Light.
*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
2 thoughts on “Flight of the Raven”
Hmm.. I’m curious what was your favourite part of the story arc between Amara and Selene? You mentioned this was a 5* read of yours and I was curious to know what your thoughts were about the two central characters within the first two installments?
Not to put in any spoilers, but perhaps one of my favorite parts was the final conversation between the two sisters. As for Selene and Damien, I love how Selene’s struggle and Damien’s faith are interwoven. Thanks for stopping by!