Queen of Corvids
With her new role in the Underworld contending with her debt to a dictator, a ...more
Another great book in the series. I really enjoy these books. They are super fun to read and have just the right amount of humor, romance and action in them. The writing is also great, it goes fast and just sucks you into the world of Raven.
This book was a lot about Raven finding her footing and independence in the underworld. Cole gave her the freedom to learn and yet w...more
All the things I've mentioned in reviews of the previous two books still hold true for this one. These books are quick fun reads that pull you in qu ...more
Raven is still getting used to her Queen status and life ...more
4.5 stars (review request submitted by the author for an honest critique)
What I loved about Queen of Corvids, using the alphabet as my guide.
It’ll be hard, but I’ll try my best not to reveal spoilers. Heads up, some lines will make sense after reading the story, so I encourage you all to buy/read Queen of Corvids!
Proceed with caution!
Bane, a character you’ll love to hate.
Chad Berkley, aka Tarzan. I hope we see more of this Roller!
Dungeon has visitors.
Erebus. I rather liked his inter ...more
This is the third book following Miss Badass Raven and her crazy adventures. I love these books. Raven has heart, she's no pushover and loves fiercely. With all of that, she continues to make enemies along the way, The Lord of War is a particular pain in the ass, as are the Trolls and Shifter gangsters. If you've gone this far, you probably love Raven, Cole and Rourke, such great characters, as well as Ravens family. Her family brings me such laughter and joy, ...more
A much needed respite for me.
There was so much going on in this book but it all fit together perfectly in my opinion.
Raven continues to grow in the knowledge of her power and surely is learning that with great power comes great responsibility. I loved that she embraced her own insecurities and shortcomings because it allowed her to be vulnerable and become stronger for those whom she loved.
I enjoyed seeing the cast of old characters and being introduced to some new characters as well. ...more
I love this series because it seamlessly weaves together ancient Celtic and Norse mythology into a breathtaking urban fantasy landscape. The heroine is snarky and fiercely independent. The cast of secondary characters is amazing. The villains and the heroes are complex.
Raven Crawford reluctantly claims her inheritance. She agrees to let the Lord of Shadows train her to use her ...more
I was kindly provided with a copy of this book in order to give an honest review.
There are three books in the “Raven Crawford” series by J. C. McKenzie starting with “Conspiracy of Ravens” followed by “Nevermore” and “Queens of Corvids”. Prior to reading “Queens of Corvids” I have only read “Nevermore”.
With “Queens of Corvids” we are once again along for the ride as Raven Crawford, the new Queen of Corvids, comes to terms with yet another ...more
Great book! Really all went up in this instalment more action, more fights, more fun , more violence ( then dark fae are violent) and more steam! It's just wonderfully written to have us hooked right at the beginning.
Raven is trying to adjust to her new position of Queen of Corvids while staying alive and pay her debt to Bane...but she still has a lot to learn despite having Cole as an advisor as well as a lover....I loved to ...more
This is the third in the series, and I have enjoyed them all so far. The plot picks up some of the unfinished business from the last book, (the block on travel, the conspiracy, the court politics) and hits the ground running. There are still the constant threats Raven is facing- both from blackmail and those who want her court, but there are other things to deal with first. This time, there are more layers to the plot, and t ...more
Raven is now Queen of the Corvids , and still coming to terms with what that really means .
She has debts to pay , her job is in the balance , but one ray of light is her budding romance
with the Lord of Shadows - he is just what her grandmother warned about !!!
Her father's goat is missing , the Trolls are up to something , the Lord of War is putting pressure on he ...more
Raven overextends herself trying to do it all. Luckily, she has the Lord of Shadows, Cole, by her side. She gains a badass bodyguard thanks to him. Now, on to how to solve all of her other problems.
Author J.C. McKenzie's RAVEN CRAWFORD ...more
It has an interesting twist on urban fantasy and shadow magic. I love the complexity of all the characters. There's always a wonderful blend of relatable real-life problems/feelings amid the fantastic action. I can relate to every character in their pains and desires, which is always nice to feel in a story. To top it off, ...more
I've read all three and have really enjoyed the series. It's fun and features a kick-ass lady. This book wraps up Raven's journey into accepting her position as the Queen of Corvids. She's learning more about the politics and intrigue of the fae world. She's struggling with not wanting to be dependent on Cole but it's not easy. There's mafia ...more
I read the first three books while sick and neglected to leave reviews. Blame it on the fever. Raven has really come into her own as Queen of Covids. No one should ever, ever mess with her family. With the Lord of Assassins at her side, she can be very effective at making sure you don't make that same mistake twice. Really enjoyed the storyline and watching this particular character grow. ...more
Overall I really enjoyed Queen of Corvid. It took me into another world where trolls controlled bridges, mob boss like shifter gangs who blackmail, multiple realms, gods, bad boy assassins. I'm definitely interested in more books in this series, I would love to dive into more characters and this whole world in general. ...more
If you are looking for an extraordinary series, than I definitely recommend you read this one.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
If you've been following along on Raven's journey I suspect you already know and love her. If not you will.
She's learning more about her powers and also the perks. People do die, she may have to kill the odd one of two herself. But it's never done lightly or easily.
Cole is still her protector wanting to wrap her in bubble wrap. ...more
I would tell anyone i know or don't know to read J.C. McKenzie books . thank you for sharing. Jacqui Scherr ...more
"I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own." ...more