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Call of the Raven (Darkness Unleashed Book 4) [Kindle Edition]

RG Porter

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The call of the night drove her to find the truth…

The darkness continues to crouch upon the lands and with each day Danicayne's nightmares increase. Her visions of the future can't be denied and soon she finds she must leave the safety of her family and find the ones who are lost. It is their past that must be unraveled before the evil consumes the world.

Forced out by the only people he's known, Terrien finds himself on the hunt for the truth of his origin. Accidents and memories haunt him and uncontrolled outbursts of flame and ice are only the beginning of his problems. On the hunt to find out who he is, he awakens more than just what's been forgotten. He finds a mirror image of himself as well the final key to end the darkness that threatens to engulf the world.

Two paths drawn together by a divine past and a specific purpose--- to join the circle that will vanquish the evil once and for all….

Or perish trying.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 377 KB
  • Print Length: 207 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008GEGTHU
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RG Porter is an author of dark fantasy as well as horror and murder mysteries, all with a twist of the supernatural tossed in. For as far back as she can remember, she has always been proned to coming up with wild adventures. Her dreams and nightmares just fueled her already creative juices.

Wandering around from state to state, RG spent many years in different states before finally settling down. She now calls a small town outside Austin Texas home, where she spends time with her family, cat and dreams of the move to the UK. Until that time comes, she indulges in the local environment of great steaks, hot weather and keeps her eyes out for ghosts.

Can't live in Texas and not expect to find something strange going on. As they say, Keep Austin Wierd.

The first four novels (SHADOW OF THE WOLF, KISS OF THE WOLF, CRY OF THE RAVEN and CALL OF THE RAVEN) of her adventurous fantasy series the DARKNESS UNLEASHED SERIES are available now on Amazon. She also has many other series in varying degrees in the works as well as stand alone books in the horror genre.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Call of the Raven (Darkness Unleashed) 4 July 2012
By Karen Doering - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Having read and reviewed the previous novels in the series I was pleased when the author R G Porter asked me if I would like to read and review Call of the Raven.

Danicayne is a young woman with a gift. One that is both a blessing and a curse. Her ability to see the future is hampered by the knowledge that not all is revealed and things can change. All her life she has seen the vision of a young man who she is positive she is destined to meet. But where and when she will meet him is unclear.

Into Dani's quiet village life comes a stranger. A man who is attached to the evil stalking the lands. He will bring trouble and death with him, forcing Dani to flee and search for the man who fills her visions.

Terrien also lives a quiet and predictable life in another village far away. Protected and loved by his parents and younger sister he is looking forward to a future of family and security. But on the afternoon of the village creative festival all that changes. His family is taken from him violently and he is suffering the consequences of his revenge.

In this world where darkness and evil stalk Dani and Terrien must find each other and work together to save their world and themselves.

At the conclusion to the series the author has tied up all the plot lines and the characters' stories without sacrificing the plot of the final novel or shortening the final story as sometimes happens. This book stands very well alone and there is no need to read the previous episodes in order to understand what is happening. However, they are worth reading and will make this book even more interesting to the reader.

As always, the author, R G Porter, gives us a clean, well edited novel that perks the imagination. Her fantasy world makes sense and is well drawn, crafted with all the small details that make it believable. One of the things I have always noted with Ms. Porter's novels is that the flow is so well done. The reader does not have to stop and ask what is going on because Ms. Porter knows how to tell a story in the correct order and form. Her backstories come in just at the right moment and no excess time is taken at the start of the novel to get the reader up to date. The dialogue is realistic and appropriate to the protagonists.

This is a good novel for both young adults and adults. While there is some romance is it age appropriate and g-rated. Her female protagonists are strong, intelligent and have enough sass to keep them interesting without being inappropriate for young readers. Something I always look for in novels I would recommend to my three teenaged granddaughters.

Karen Bryant Doering,
Parents' Little Black Book
MistBlueEeyore@gmail.com

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