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Raven (The Raven Saga Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Lily Taylor is a thirteen year old girl which lives a loveless and isolated life with her parents in London. She hardly sees her father and is not treated very motherly by her mother. One day when she comes home after school she discovers that her parents have inexplicably disappeared without a trace. With no other relatives left she has no choice but to move to Canada to live with her grandfather, whom she has never met. There she finds a life where people love her and care for her. Soon she discovers, that there are family secrets and that she herself might have a very special talent that will change her life forever.
I really enjoyed Raven. It's a new take on paranormal YA stories with many twists and turns that I did not anticipate.
I felt that the story was refreshingly different from the usual YA novels.
It took me a bit to get into the story (which was basically the first chapter where Lili lives still in England).
After that the story is really compelling and besides werecats, witches, etc. you can enjoy a rather sweet romance.
The book is a quick read and I felt it is more suitable for younger teens.
It's a great book which leaves you with a bit of a cliffhanger. But, you know, that makes it interesting, doesn't it?
I will definitely get the sequel 'December Moon' as soon as it is available.
As I started reading I am glad to say I am glad that it went a certain way with these two as I believe Lilly has a lot on her plate she doesn't need to be in a relationship right now.
Lilly doesn't have a happy life. She has a mother who isn't a loving mother and her father she doesn't seem him she is a sad child who has grown to adapt to her life. So when all of a sudden coming home from school no one is at home she is thrown into a place with a family she has never known before. Though they know of her which is always a good thing.
Lilly gets to get the love she has always needed and wanted but along with that she gets a family secret and the truth of what happened to her mother! Not the mother she thought lived with her.
This secret her family has is a big one but it is one that Lilly needs to know about because it will affect her as well!
I think this would be a good book for teens as everything is completely clean in here and the action is minimum, and it has a good mystery within the pages!
I really loved how Lilly's family from Canada opened their arms to her and made her feel at home.
Lilly is a well developed character, who grows in a good way especially when faced with the one person that has caused not only her but her family heartache.
I am excited to see where this story is going to go because it seems that book two will be about Lilly's best friend December Moon. Which I wonder how she will play a part as we get just a glimpse of her in this book.
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