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FREE BOOK Review: Raven (The Raven Saga Book 1) by Suzy Turner




Book Blurb

Shape shifters, witches, vampires, werewolves, werecats, ghosts…. these are just some of the creatures you’ll find hiding in plain sight in a small Canadian town in British Columbia. A town that is about to welcome a girl from England. A girl whose parents have mysteriously vanished. A girl whose life is about to change beyond all imagination…

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.

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Lily has spent her life in a flat in London with her father and her mother until they both disappeared one day.  She goes to live with her grandfather in Canada.  She doesn’t know him at all and doesn’t know what to expect.
The author introduces Lily to this new family and reveals some pretty spectacular secrets.  Her mother and father were shape-shifters.  She had a sister.  Her family secrets are tragic.  Her world completely changes as she is introduced to a supernatural world.  She finds love but loses it because of what she is.  An evil witch comes back into her life as she learns how to change into what she is destined to be.  She finds the truth of what is happening to those who disappeared and bringing someone lost home.
The journey Lily is on, is one the author present, saves her from the life she was forced to endure.  Her naivety is sad as she didn’t know anything different.  I hate the loneliness and isolation she was forced into.  Then the instant family is completely overwhelming.  She has no idea how to relate or even communicate with them all.  She is so unsure of herself until Sammy appears.

Some of the twists and turns were surprising.  I wasn’t expecting how things ended up with her love life and Gabriel’s decision.  It was a good read.  I give it a 4 out of 5.





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