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The Ravens Hardcover – Import, 3 November 2020
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Danielle Paige is the New York Times bestselling
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- Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (3 November 2020)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 394 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0358098238
- ISBN-13 : 978-0358098232
- Reading age : 14 - 17 years
- Item Weight : 454 g
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 3.24 x 20.96 cm
- Country of Origin : USA
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Top review from India
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Actual rating 3.5
Ravens is a thrilling, dark contemporary fantasy about a prestigious sorority of witches and two girls caught up in its world of sinister magic and betrayals.
You don’t choose your sisters. The magic does
The main characters Vivi Devereaux and Scarlett Winter had alternating POvs through out the book. I love how they explored the world and the story from this characters eye. Both characters have different motivations and you can see it from their actrions.
Some other PROS :- Short chapters , Dual POV , hooking , college sorority setting , witchessss , no I’m like other girls trope , also good female friendships and sisterhood .
I also loved the magic elemental and would have loved if explored that more.
There were personally no CONS but while nothing stood out for me I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and I will be picking up the sequel for sure.
Top reviews from other countries
What really were the roles of any of the "sisters' since they don't have a role in the story until the end? And Vivi, God, Vivi. She was annoying and boring. She got on my nerves so much when it was time for her POV. Her mother was trying to protect her, mother's intuition and all, and she was messing it all up because her mother kept moving every couple of years, to protect Vivi and Vivi hated that. And her insecurities, oh my God. I know everyone has insecurities but how could anyone be attracted to Vivi when she doesn't even like herself for most of the book?
And Mason, God, what quality does he have to like-to want to date-besides being attractive? He doesn't have a personality.
Scarlett was the most interesting character--or one of them--and she was the one who lost the most in the end. How is that far? Technically she does get her "happily ever after"--the thing she wanted the whole book--but it didn't seem right in a way.
Anyway, this book is very boring and made me mad at times. Going to try to sell it.