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The Raven

When a foreign tribe attacks the peaceful Onan people, a lonely outcast is forced to reveal her secret gift – but can she save herself and the clan?

It is the darkest time in winter, when suns, moons, and stars all wane from the sky. In the Wolf clan, a baby is born with a powerful gift, but dangerous omens brand her an Outcast, and the Elders name her Iluna.

Iluna struggles to find her place in the proud and distrustful Wolf clan. Rejection and loneliness threaten to take their toll, but as Iluna’s powers bloom, she discovers a mysterious and unexpected ally.

Dark magic, war, and treachery soon jeopardize the life of every clan member; many suspect Iluna and her gift.

Is this Outcast girl to blame, or is she salvation? Iluna must decide: save the clan who have always shunned her, or save herself.

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4 weeks ago

Good Magical Story

I enjoyed this read and the depths of the characters portrayed in the story. I would recommend it to anyone that enjoys fantasy and magic.


1 month ago

For fantasy fans

Several indigenous clans who rely on both nature and magic, are faced with a omen that they lay on the shoulders of an infant. There was a new system and fantastic world building that had me enthralled from the beginning to the end.

Iluna's mother died during childbirth and was born on the wrong day at the wrong time. In these particular tribes, having no family labelled a person a tamatu, a kind of blight on the tribe. Her father having died months earlier, she was entrusted to the care of magic user. From here we watch her grow up being teased, bullied, but at the same time with a great potential for magic.

I found myself really enjoying the story of Iluna's childhood. It helped to shape the character and those around her. Yuli, for example, always had things handed to him and in the end, he always wanted more and it shaped him as an adult. There was no room to question these characters, they were who they were.

The world building is something I particularly loved. The author created a structure to the tribes. She made odd traditions believable, and titles easily understood without dumping it all on the reader. There wasn't a lot of action, but I felt there was no need for it. Iluna, Yuli, Anton & Izhur's stories and reactions to new threats were enough to keep me eagerly flipping the pages.

Pacing throughout the novel was steady, catching a rhythm all the way up to the end. It doesn't end so much on a cliffhanger as there is more to Iluna's story to be brought to light and I hope to read the next book in the series when it comes out.


With a great foundation to the characters, and solid world building I was really impressed by this story. It also ended in a way I hadn't expected which gives it double the points. I think fantasy fans who like to be transported into a new world of magic will really enjoy this book.


1 month ago

A really good story!

I really enjoyed reading this lovely book about the onan people and the different clans which made up this peaceful people, they were however, a very superstitious people believing that babies born on the dark of the moon should be offered as sacrifice to atone to the Gods. Iluna was such a baby born on this dark night, losing her mother and ending up an orphan with every member of the clan demanding her death. All except for the sarogan of the wolf clan Ishur, he saw a light emanating from the baby and knew that she was powerful in magic and could one day be the salvation of their people so he saved her and adopted her, trying to teach her all he knew. A boy who aspired to become the next sarogan of the tribe Yuli was jealous of Iluna and did his best to incite hatred for her until she was forced to live as an outcast yet he was not happy to stop there, he wanted to see her head. Iluna's totem animal was the raven and with him on her shoulder she started to develop her real strengths till she was stronger than any other sarogan of the people's clans. Xaroth the head sargoan from the snake tribe had turned towards the dark side and had taken yuli with him promising him the great power which he craved and they sell their people to a foreign invading force aiming to join up with them. Can Iluna save her people and at what cost does she try to this? A really good story, well written and interesting cause it is so different to the usual fantasy! Loved Iluna's character and in the end also Anton's.

Gissela E.

1 month ago

A Wonderful Surprise

The title captured my attention on Kindle and I’m glad that it did because I love this story so much. I enjoyed the book so much that I needed to have it’s physical copy. It’s become one of my favorite stories. The ending made me angry because it could've easily been fixed (at least that’s what i thought because i loved their relationship too much). But whatever I moved passed it....after a couple of weeks 😅 I love Iluna so much but her story makes me so sad because it seems like she's just destined to have a sad life. Even in the short story...that poor girl, but she’s a strong one so I have faith things will work out for Iluna.


1 month ago

Beautiful Raven

I loved the cover of this book. It caught my attention right away, once inside the book kept me reading more. I was enthralled into a world of fantasy. I enjoyed the character Iluna. I loved the world around her even though she grew up an outcast, she has a powerful gift. I would love to read more in this series and can't wait to see what happens next. * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*