After the inexplicable disappearance of Lilly Taylor's parents, she has no choice but to move to Canada where she unravels some frightening yet intriguing family secrets...Her whole life had been based on a lie. Lilly had grown up in a loveless home with a father who she had barely ever seen and... show more
After the inexplicable disappearance of Lilly Taylor's parents, she has no choice but to move to Canada where she unravels some frightening yet intriguing family secrets...Her whole life had been based on a lie. Lilly had grown up in a loveless home with a father who she had barely ever seen and a mother who was... well, not very motherly.After they mysteriously disappear without a trace, Lilly is sent to Canada where she finds a whole new way of life. A life filled with love and people who care for her. But that's not all she discovers, Lilly also finds out that she isn't who, or what, she thinks she is. Lilly has a very special ability and it's just a matter of time before her true self starts to shine. And when it does, her life will never be the same again. Raven is a fantasy novel for children and young adults set in the beautiful province of British Columbia.
Publish date: May 8th 2011
Publisher: Suzanne Turner Publishing
Pages no: 273
Edition language: English
Series: The Raven Saga (#1)
So I was reading the reviews and I noticed a lot of the reviewers mentioned the age thing between two character Lilly who is 13 going on 14 and Oliver who is 17. So I was like this may not be a book I want to read as I believe that is a huge age difference to have two characters be together. As I s...
The idea that was put forth for this book was a good one. I didn't like how Lilly accepted the idea that she could shape shift into either a cat or raven or both. Although her 'mother' and father weren't there for her and didn't show her love I don't think something of that nature would make her exc...
An interesting beginning to the Raven series, this book holds an air of mystery and intrigue that should appeal to most teens and tweens. The main character, Lilly, is hard to connect with - not because the book is poorly written, but because it is indicative of her character. Lilly was kept protect...