The Raven Coven


Kesta had left her heart across the sea. They were at peace, her people saved from slavery, and yet… her soul was uneasy.
Chem lies in chaos, its people suffering as a result of the death of the ruling sorcerers. Refugees flee the cursed Borrows, begging for help from those they had made their enemy. A Queen unknowingly makes a dark, deadly pact, and new powers rise to fill the seats left empty by the Dunham necromancers.
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Review The Raven Coven by Fany Van Hemelen:
A traditional fantasy with great world-building

First, I have to admit I didn’t read the first book in the Fire Walkers series. Luckily, I got really quick into this book by the letters they were used in the beginning of the story.

When the fiercey Kesta is trying to help another culture she has to overwin a lot of differences to understand them. It is not always easy to do the right thing, maybe when you’re special it is even more complicated…

I don’t want to give away spoilers so I just want to tell you this is an exciting and intriguing fantasy book about the fire walkers who have to save the nation.
All the people have their own sometimes dark characters and the power of this book is certainly the amazing world-building and the story that has themes like friendship, love and loyalty.
Of course the use of a lot of detail and the action in this fast paced story makes the novel even more vibrant and wonderful.

When I am honest I would like to read now the previous book. I can’t wait to read the following books because I love to know more about the fire walkers adventures.

Emma Miles
I presently live in the stunning county of Dorset where I’m a cat slave to Wolfe and Piglitt. I spend as much time as I can outside in nature and love exploring and learning about new cultures and languages. I’ve visited Greece, Serbia, Transylvania, Sicily and Norway as well as making several road trips around our beautiful United Kingdom. I paint, sculpt, dabble in photography and do a little archery but most of all – whenever I get a chance – I write.
My writing started from a very young age when I often found myself being the one taking charge of and entertaining all my younger cousins. They loved to hear my stories and although they mostly called for ghost stories it was fantasy I fell in love with when I read The Lord of the Rings when I was ten. I went on to write stories and short ‘books’ for my friends through school and college; then one evening whilst I was waiting for my aunt and uncle to visit an image came to my mind of a boy sitting beneath a bridge. I didn’t know who he was or why he was there, but from exploring those questions ‘The Wind’s Children’ trilogy blossomed and grew with roots going back into his far history as well as stretching out to his future. The boy’s name was Tobias.
I have since left Tobias’s world of ‘Naris’ to explore the Valley with Feather in the ‘Hall of Pillars’ which is now available through Amazon. I am now presently finding my way through Elden, the beautiful Fulmer islands, the ravaged Borrows and haunted Chem with Kesta Silene; a shamaness of sorts with a big journey ahead of her. I hope you come along to share her story and join her adventure; she needs you and you won’t regret it.

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Titel: The Raven Coven -Fire-Walker Book 2 | Auteur: Emma Miles | Categorie: Fictie, fantasy | Uitvoering: Paperback of E-book | 472 pagina’s | Verkrijgbaar sinds: 27-05-2019 | Recensent: Fany van Hemelen | Datum recensie: 28-5-2019 | Prijs max: $12.50 | Bestellen