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O Voo do Corvo (Shadowfell #2)

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Depois de concluir a sua longa e árdua viagem até à base dos Rebeldes em Shadowfell, Neryn tornou-se uma parte vital da rebelião contra o tirânico rei Keldec. Cada passo que dá no sentido de aperfeiçoar os seus dons e afirmar-se como uma Voz poderosa e única na sua geração leva-os mais perto da meta pretendida. Mas, primeiro, Neryn terá de procurar os Guardiães das quatro ...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published October 2013 by Planeta (first published July 1st 2013)
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Kriss I'm only about 120 pages in and I personally feel like it's doing better! There's much more to the plot than just endless amounts of traveling and so…moreI'm only about 120 pages in and I personally feel like it's doing better! There's much more to the plot than just endless amounts of traveling and so far I have a good feeling regarding the romance aspect!(less)

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Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more
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4.5 stars

I wasn’t very impressed with the first installment of this trilogy . . . But I’m a big enough Marillier fan, and I saw enough glimpses of the excellence I’ve come to expect from her that it wasn’t difficult to make myself continue with the series.

I am so glad.

RAVEN FLIGHT was everything I expected SHADOWFELL to be and then some. Ominous foreshadowings, beautifully imagined Fae creatures (and by “beautifully” I don’t mean pretty—I mean convincingly alien creatures
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Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies
"Let there be a time in the future, I prayed, when he laughs with his children, and plays on the shore with them, and spends all his nights in loving arms. Let us have that. To whom I was praying I did not know. The future was in our own hands. If we wanted a world where such things were possible, it was for us to make it."
I have read a number of sequels this year that have let me down. Second book syndrome, third book syndrome, you name it. Generally, if I like the first book in the series, t
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Cait • A Page with a View
Most of this book is Neryn traveling to wake two of the four Guardians who were not considerate enough to live ANYWHERE near each other. There's a lot of walking through pretty landscapes (think Frodo walking across Middle Earth). She does get to see Flint, but the romance was pretty much a side comment. She's mostly building her skills as a Caller to summon the Good Folk in a battle against the evil king (whom Flint is still serving as a double agent).

If you like fantasy worlds with a medieval
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Carla *Jen7waters*
*waiting, waiting, having lots of anxiety attacks in the meantime*
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EDIT: guys, July 9th!!!

EDIT 2: actual review to come
Melanie
1.) Shadowfell ★★★★

Um, did that ending just happen?

Can I sue for emotional distress, because this book just sort of ruined me?

Well, before the heartbreak, this book starts off where Shadowfell left off; Neryn is at Shadowfell, but needs to leave to start seeking out the other three Guardians before the impending war.

She has already encountered the Master of Shadows (located in the south) in Shadowfell, but she still has the Hag of the Isles (located in the west), the Lord of the North (locate
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Rosie
Aug 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: juliet-marillier
"Não era um chamamento o que a situação exigia, mas sim um ritual! Ou, pelo menos. uma prece: o reconhecimento de que o meu dom dependia do poder de Alban, dos seus lagos, montanhas e florestas, das suas grutas, cumes de colinas e lugares sagrados. A magia de uma Voz residia não nela mesma mas no mundo natural; a Voz tinha que aprender a deixar essa magia fluir através dela."
Ashley Daviau
Nov 15, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I quite enjoyed the first book in the series but this one lacked a bit of the spark that the first one had. I can't put my finger on exactly what it was, but there was just some oomph missing. I did still very much enjoy this book though, it was just a bit of a slower read for me. I really enjoyed the progression of the story and seeing Neryn explore and learn about her gift. I also thought the character growth from the first book to this one was excellent! I loved seeing how they changed and gr ...more
Kate Forsyth
Juliet Marillier is one of my all-time favourite authors and a new book from her is always reason to celebrate. So when Raven Flight appeared in my mailbox, I gave a little jump of joy and read it straightaway. Raven Flight is Book 2 in the Shadowfell series. I loved Shadowfell and it made my List of Best Books 2012 - the books are classic old-fashioned high fantasy with a quest at its heart. The writing is beautiful and limpid, the setting is an otherworldy Scotland, and the story mixes danger, ...more
Angela
August 2014 Re-read: Just as good as last time. I'm so freaking invested in these characters and this world. Gah! I need the next book! Thank goodness I finally have it.

Be warned, spoilers for Shadowfell abound below.




Map of Alban from Juliet Marillier's website

Last year I read my very first Juliet Marillier book, Shadowfell. It was one of my favorite books of the year and single-handedly saved the YA genre for me. Immersive, smart, peopled with characters I cared about – it drew me in and kept
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Renu
Oct 14, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
[3.5 stars] Raven Flight follows Neryn and Tali as they venture across Alban to seek out the elusive Guardians that are essential in Neryn's training as a Caller. The unlikely duo are opposites, but both are admirable in their own right. Neryn has a sort of quiet strength about her, she never complains or whines when things get tough. Tali on the other hand is tough and outspoken. They are the epitome of strong female characters, and the blossoming friendship between the pair is beautiful.

Howeve
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Leonor (Ner)
Jul 22, 2012 marked it as wishlist  ·  review of another edition
EDIT (21/12/2012):
OH MY GOD.... IT HAS A COVER!!!!

PS: The world cannot end today 'cause I still need this book!
Ângela
Jul 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: witches-magic, travel

“Cherish what you have, for in an instant it can be gone. And when it’s gone, let the memory not be a weight that drags you down, but a bright light leading you forward.”
Cat
Oct 31, 2013 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ebook, read-in-2015
Dear Juliet,

I hope you don't mind me addressing you like this. I have been reding your books for more than ten years, so I feel like we have this kind of bond. Not quite like friends, something that can only exist between the writer and his/hers readers.

So, my dear Juliet, I have to ask you: what was this?!

I still remember a time when your books told breath-taking, adventurous, stories, with female characters full of courage, ready to sacrifice themselves for their families and their beliefs. I
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Melissa
Second books are always hard for me. I just have issues with series, the second book always feels like more of a time filler. This one felt like that for a minute but that might have just been my attitude. The beginning could have been shortened a bit, but I enjoyed it. Marillier is such a good storyteller that it is hard to fault her movement. More journeying for Neryn and her band. More danger and learning. This book had more of a different feel then the first. The first book was so much sadne ...more
Giota
Mar 18, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, samrecs
Raven Flight was a disappointment, there was minimum action, the plot was very-slow paced and unnecessarily repetitive, there was too much telling and little showing, serious issues were being resolved too easily, and Neryn’s training was a farce.

Neryn wasn’t a strong enough character with exciting enough adventures to carry this book on her own. She is in constant need of help and carrying, her overwhelming angst over killing was annoying and hypocritical, she’s joined the rebellion for God's
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Jo
Aug 31, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is an incredible book. I have no words but those to say. Juliet Marillier always entertains, evokes emotion and delights her readers. There is no second book woes here. In fact, I think I like this one better than the first one. The first one built a perfectly wonderful world, but Raven Flight added so much more to the world. I have been raving to anyone who will listen about this author since I picked up Daughter of the Forest by accident at the library. I very rarely make purchases of boo ...more
Susana
Nov 03, 2013 rated it liked it
(review in English below)

3,5*

A escrita da Juliet continua maravilhosa, mas só nas últimas 140 páginas conseguiu agarrar-me a sério. O facto de Flint quase não aparecer neste livro foi uma questão importante, pois é a personagem mais interessante desta história.

Surpreendeu-me bastante o nível de violência e crueldade de algumas cenas que a autora incluiu neste segundo volume da trilogia, sobretudo tendo em conta que é supostamente dirigida a um público mais jovem. Mas, pensando bem, depois de ter
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Tania
Apr 09, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy
3.5 stars. I love Juliet Marillier, and have read all her books. I appreciate how she writes fantasy, but includes real issues and real emotions. I also like the fact that she always creates strong female characters, unlike many other fantasy books. Although I really enjoyed this book, I thought it was not as strong as the first in the series. I can't wait for the final installment coming early 2014.
Maria
Mar 29, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
по-прежнему не уверена, могу ли я ее рекомендовать - очень уж не our usual stuff, но такое удовольствие получаю.
Elphaba J
Nov 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Recordo bem que para mim, que nunca tinha tido o prazer de ler Juliet Marillier, Shadowfell foi como o abrir de uma janela para um novo mundo, um mundo onde reinava a beleza da simplicidade, onde a bondade se encontrava a florescer timidamente mas com raízes fortes entre o mal e onde a partilha era exposta como lição primordial, numa terra consumida, mirrada pelo egoísmo do seu rei. Agora, finda a leitura de O Voo do Corvo e após ter tido a oportunidade de conversar com a autora, a sua história ...more
Patrícia
Opinião do blogue Chaise Longue: http://girlinchaiselongue.blogspot.pt...

Muito já foi dito sobre Juliet Marillier. Ela é a autora mais amada da Fantasia e os seus livros apaixonam todos aqueles que têm a honra, o prazer de os ler. Um séquito imenso de fãs segue-a desde a publicação de A Filha da Floresta, e todos os seus livros, sem excepção, provocam sentimentos nos seus leitores, sejam bons ou maus, mais intensos ou menos. Se as coisas têm andado mais agrestes com a publicação dos últimos três
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Heidi
There is a long winter to be spent at Shadowfell for Neryn to figure out who she will be to the people there and their rebellion. A long winter to become something more than the waif of a girl she arrived as and bring the Good Folk to Regan’s cause. A long winter followed by a very short few seasons in which Neryn must travel to the far reaches of her land to gain the training necessary to succeed as a Caller.

If I was disappointed in the first installment of Shadowfell, I can no longer say it wa
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Liliana Rio
Mar 18, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: juliet-marillier
4.0**
Sofia Teixeira
Jan 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
A história de Neryn e Flint começou em Shadowfell e a promessa de que muito ainda estava para acontecer cumpriu-se. O Voo do Corvo, continuação dessa narrativa, é uma obra que não apazigua, pelo contrário, revolve-nos por dentro semeando a ansiedade e a necessidade de avançar sempre cada vez mais na história. Acima de tudo acaba por ser um ponto de paragem obrigatório entre o início e o fim da trama, servindo mais como uma ponte entre o que aconteceu e o que está para vir.

Neryn, depois da sua r
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Steph Su
Apr 29, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: aussie-nz-lit
RAVEN FLIGHT was not as engaging for me as Shadowfell—but the thing is, they’re not all that different from one another. Neryn is still this can-do-no-wrong protagonist who, if not liked instantly by all she meets, at least can quickly win them over with her earnest naivete. The plot is straightforward quest involving long distances traveled and new characters met.

In RAVEN FLIGHT, we learn more about what exactly makes Keldec so evil. And boy is the man frightening! In one of the most riveting s
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Louisa
Sep 30, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: re-reads
Yeah, so enjoyable to reread this, I'd forgotten about Regan's death, and that Hollow was fine, and yeah, now to read The Caller!

*First read May 24th 2013*
Man, oh, man, I loved this book! I wish there'd been more Flint and Neryn time together, but the times that were were in Flint's head! Can't wait for Caller!!!
Carina Carvalho
Oct 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
Neste segundo volume a ação desenvolve-se muito lentamente. Até meio do livro senti que tudo se arrastou um pouco. Senti a falta de Flint ☹. No final a surpresa desagradável de algo que não se estava de todo á espera. Veremos como tudo termina ...more
Kira
Feb 03, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 4-stars, read-in-2015, ya
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Quinn David
Good, but nothing to write home about. While Raven Flight takes leaps and bounds in terms of Neryn's development it fails to entrance and enthrall the way that Marillier's previous works are so well known for.

I've spoken many times about the quiet that Marillier is able to instill within the core of her books. How introversion and introspection breed beautiful landscapes and expressive characters. While that is not exactly missing in this series, Raven Flight is definitely missing some quality
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Kriss
Jun 26, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Raven Flight is indeed a step up from book #1, Shadowfell. While this book is also pretty slow and could have been edited down, there's much more accomplished and the slow pace is balanced out with better scenes of action and character development. We have ample time given to the friendship between Neryn and Tali and we even get some worthwhile time with Flint. The goals of the story, overall, feel more effective in projecting the plot and feeding into something worthwhile. Book #1 was just "got ...more
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“I like your anger,' the Hag said mildly. 'I like your resistance. It makes you less than courteous, but altogether more interesting.” 8 likes
“Let there be a time in the future, I prayed, when he laughs with his children, and plays on the shore with them, and spends all his nights in loving arms. Let us have that. To whom I was praying I did not know. The future was in our own hands. If we wanted a world where such things were possible, it was for us to make it.” 8 likes
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