The Ravens of Falkenau and Other Stories (Numinous World, #3.5)
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The Ravens of Falkenau and Other Stories (Numinous World #3.5)

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The world is a numinous place, for those who have eyes to see it.

Welcome to the Numinous World, where gods and angels intervene in the lives of mortals, and a band of eternal companions unite and reunite over the centuries, striving to make the world a better place despite wars and dark ages, hatred and cruelty. Theirs are eternal oaths, to the powers they serve and to one...more
ebook, 182 pages
Published May 21st 2011 by Crossroad Press
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Corin
I really enjoy Jo Graham's Numinous World stories. It's interesting to see the many different characters through the ages with the same souls. To see how those souls can inhabit bodies so different and yet inherently similar. I also like the very real touch of divinity she portrays in the stories. Although the stories are of real people in the real world they are never far from gods, angels, or spirits. I hope she continues with this series and adds more stories. Few other written worlds have in...more
Elizabeth Hunter
This book is a gift basket from the author for those of us who love her Numinous World books. For those new to that world, it is an excellent introduction to the style and themes Graham is building. Each one provides a different perspective on the saga she is creating and each is carefully crafted to stand alone.
Jennifer
A must read for fans of her Numinous Worlds series (Black Ships, Hand of Isis, and Stealing Fire).
Arika Escalona
Incredibly nuanced and full of fantasy and history....very unique and powerful writing.
Karen Scott
I loved the glimpses of Companions through the centuries but wanted more.....
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