Sisters of the Raven
Publish date: December 21st 2008
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: Sisters of the Raven (#1)
When magic starts changing from being in the hands of men to the hands of women this effects the world people are living in. Some of the women start asking why this is happening and their investigation brings up more questions and more deaths. It's a very well crafted interesting read.
This book had the makings of a good book but I didn't like it as much as other books by Hambly. I think Stranger at the Wedding is still my favorite by this author. I won't bother with the sequel to this one...Circle of the Moon.
In a fantastical kingdom in the desert, wizards (who have always been male) are losing their magic—and women are gaining it. Before, women having power was so unthinkable that there wasn’t even a word for women who can do magic. Now they can, and many are being brutally murdered. The king’s concubin...
This book has more pages than the Herriot I read earlier this year but less content. Modern publishing! Engaging enough but I've think I've grown up past this writer.
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