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You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Redwine Series : Ravenspire 1 Genre : YA Fantasy, Retelling Summary Goodreads summary Lorelai Diederich, crown princess and fugitive at large, has one mission: kill the wicked queen who took both the Ravenspire throne and the life of her father. Pros 1. Cons 1. Will I continue with the series? Heck, no.
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A bad book. A boring, uninteresting read. My Rating 0. First Irina is evil incarnate and pretty badass, I can admit when someone is a good villain, while I never rooted for her I respected her power and her level of crazy. Lorelai was just endearing from the start in her Robin Hood type moves to try and help her people and build herself up. Plus her interactions with Leo and Gabril cemented the familial bond and I just adored them. Kol was very similar in several ways. I found him charming in the best of ways not only because of the obvious charm but for his humor and his strength of conviction to what is right and to his people.
No matter how flippant he may seem in the beginning as soon as things get serious he steps up. And while he may do anything to save his people he still struggles with his decisions and find a way to continue to be honorable. The world we are thrown into is one of magic both good and evil and so much more.
The Shadow Queen (Ravenspire Series #1)
I felt like I understood the world, though I still have much more to learn. This is after all the first book in a new series and the map has lots of other places on it….
Plus we spent pretty much the whole time in Ravenspire and I look forward to seeing more of Eldr and the other lands. Some of the magic has yet to be expanded upon but again more books. The story moved along very quickly and there was a ton of action from chases to fights both normal and magical with never a dull moment.
When you're a fugitive you can't sit still too long! We also have some romance happening and while this is a surprisingly short book it didn't feel rushed to me, it felt natural given the pacing and events in the book.
Blending foes and friends and finding the right path. Basically I loved it and think you should pick it up if you're in the mood for a face paced magical retelling that will keep you hooked from the start. I can't wait to see where Redwine takes the series next. I know throughout the book I was constantly trying to figure out what would happen and while some aspects I pegged others came about in such a different want than I expected.