Eyes of Crow (Aspect of Crow #1)
There must always be one whose magic can ease the passage of the people of Asermos to the Other Side. But to be the guide her people require, to truly know the depth of her gift--her curse--Rhia must surrender herself to the wisdo...more
I won this in a giveaway, and when I started reading it I got all freaked out about tribes and stuff, thinking: "Oh no! This is something I normally read! Hide it! Ahh!" But, later, after a bit of more sensible thinking. I gave it it a go.
And loved it.
Now, be warned, there are a few *adult* scenes in this book. *ahem* sex *ahem* But it's not too graphic. If you're an older teen reader looking to move on from Young Adult this will be the perfect book f...more
Schon auf dem Weg dorthin begegnet ihr der geheimnisvolle Wolfmann Marek, der sie in einer sternenklaren Nacht zur Liebe verführt. Wenig später im neuen Dorf angekommen, muss R...more
We first meet Rhia, main character of the book, as she struggles to accept that she might be a chose...more
Eyes of Crow grabbed me and wrapped its pages around my mind and my heart and I never wanted it to let go but like all good things, there comes an end but wait… there is a second book. YAY!
There was so much to love about this story. The characters were wonderful and easy for me to understand and connect with. There was an array of different relationships including a very interesting love triangle. The spiritual aspect fascinated me to the point where I just couldn...more
There were a couple of times I had put the book down and step away. Jeri's writing not only takes you alongside Rhia and her family, it makes you one of them. You feel the pa...more
Rhia is truly an extraordinary young woman! She was afraid of her gift, and had to deal with the guilt that came because of it. However, when she finally chose to embrace it, she showed both strength and weakness, confidence and insecurity. And she continued to be true to herself as she grew.
I loved how she was with Arcas, but was even happier wit...more
I like the main character,although she can be a bit of a wimp especially at the start,
There must always be one whose magic can ease the passage of the people of Asermos to the Other Side. But to be the guide her people require, to truly know the depth of her gift--her curse--Rhia must surrender herself to the wisdom of the Great Forest and drink deeply of Death itself. And though two powerful men stand ready to aid her, even to love her,...more
I may write a full review later but for now I want to continue reading about Rhia in the next book, Voice of the Crow ;)