Raven Huntress by Andrea Pearson and Nolan James

The fourth book in the Midnight Chronicles series, Raven Huntress picks up where Twilight Rogue left off. So much happens in this book! There’s a fun section for readers of the Kilenya and Mosaic Chronicles with some old friends from some of those books. There’s some great verbal sparring between Coolidge and Abel. There’s some amusing bits scattered throughout giving some much needed lightness to an otherwise rather heavy book. And, of course, there’s more of Abel’s story and his thoughts and feelings. It’s very well-written. I honestly could barely put it down (I was not very happy when I absolutely had to put my kids to bed with only 3% of the story left!). I very highly recommend Raven Huntress to anyone who enjoys urban fantasy (most definitely read the first three books in this series first… reading the author’s other series is not necessary, but will certainly add to the enjoyment of this one).

5 (out of 5) Stars

Books Read in 2020: 24
Pages Read in 2020: 5895
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