(Guest Review) Raven by Suzy Turner


Title: Raven

Author: Suzy Turner
Publisher: Smashwords
Format: eBook
Publication Date: March 15, 2011
Overall: 5/5
Source: From author for review.
After the inexplicable disappearance of Lilly Taylor’s parents, she has no choice but to move to Canada where she unravels some frightening yet intriguing family secrets…
Raven is a fantasy novel for children and young adults set in the beautiful province of British Columbia.
 Jenny’s Review:
This eBook is about Lilly Taylor, who when her parents die she has to move in with her family in Canada. It follows her story in coming to terms not only with loosing both her parents and moving in with relatives she never knew she had, but also with finding out she is not all she seems to be. She also has to deal with growing up and the emotions that come with having your first boyfriend especially when that includes secrets you must keep from him.
I really enjoyed this book; I loved the characters and the story behind all the characters. I loved Lilly’s story and the way she was coming to terms with everything that was going on in her life. This book delves into a whole new world of fantasy characters and I must admit I loved reading a whole new angle on it. I really want to find out what is going to happen next in lily’s world especially with relationships she is forming in this book as well as new relationships that I am sure she is going to form.
I really loved how well written this book was, the characters are endearing always leaving you wanting to find out what is going to happen next.
Overall I give this book a 5/5 as I feel the story line is a really good one, it is so easy to read and follow and the characters are well written. This is definitely a good book for young adults or even the younger child to read. Although I do feel adults that enjoy fantasy will find this book a good read too.
Jenny
5/5
**Please Note: This review is an honest opinion and no monetary compensation was received.**
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Reviewed By: Jenny Needham