Monday, 16 December 2013

Book Review: Raven Flight (Shadowfell # 2) by Juliet Marillier

Title: Raven Flight (Shadowfell # 2)
Author: Juliet Marillier
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Publication Date: July 2013
Pages: 365
Format: Paperback
Genre: YA Fantasy
Source: Review Copy from Publisher


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Neryn thought she had lost everything and could trust no one, not even her mysterious companion, Flint.

But when she finds refuge at the rebel base of Shadowfell and discovers her canny gift as a Caller, she feels the first stirrings of hope.

Now she faces a perilous journey with the rebel Tali and the Good Folk, who shadow her steps. She must find the three Guardians who can teach her how to use her unwieldy gift – one that it is rumoured could amass a powerful army.

Can Neryn master her magical power to save Alban from King Keldec's stranglehold?

Or will she be too late?
(Goodreads Synopsis)



Raven Flight was a delightful read. Unlike many second books in a trilogy, this one did advance the characters and story without feeling like a copy of book one - it even brought the odd tear to my eye, which was awkward since it happened while I was in a coffee shop.

I don't want to say anything that will give away the story, but I can say that I am very much looking forward to the final book in the series which releases next year.

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