I’m so excited to be taking part in The Raven Heir Book Tour, hosted by TBR and Beyond Book Tours. Check out my review below!
A set of magical triplets, two warring dynasties, and a broken crown waiting for its rightful owner…
Deep within an enchanted forest lies a castle where a set of triplets and their sorceress mother have lived for years — safe from the decades-long war for the Raven Throne that rages in the kingdom beyond. Cordelia, one of the triplets, has the power to become any animal with just a thought, and she yearns to discover more about the world outside her castle.
But one day, the world comes to her, when the eldest of the triplets becomes the newest heir to the throne. Knowing that being named heir means certain death, Cordelia’s mother hid the truth about which child is the eldest when she hid them in the forest. When her family is captured, it’s up to Cordelia to use her powers to keep her siblings hidden and discover the truth about the Raven Heir — before it’s too late.
A thrilling new fantasy full of magic, adventure, and the power of family.
The Raven Heir is a middle grade fantasy that all ages can enjoy. I loved the premise – I would also love to see more books with it. The story follows Cordelia, who is one of the triplets. One of the triplets is supposed to be the Raven Heir but no one knows which one was born first. Their mom keeps this from them and keeps them hidden for their own safety. Each twin has powers that they come into – Cordelia is a shape shifter and can turn into any animal she wants. The author does a great job at describing everything in this story, giving you the feel that you are there. You can feel the exhilaration as Cordelia flies through the air! Overall I thought it was a really good read and am excited for the next book to come out!
About The Author
Stephanie Burgis grew up in East Lansing, Michigan, but now lives in Wales with her husband and two sons, surrounded by mountains, castles and coffee shops. She writes fun MG fantasy adventures and has published six so far, most recently the Dragon with a Chocolate Heart trilogy. She also writes wildly romantic adult historical fantasies, most recently the Harwood Spellbook series. She has had over forty short stories for adults and teens published in various magazines and anthologies.
Huge thanks to TBR and Beyond Tours, Stephanie Burgis and Bloomsbury for gifting me a copy in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. Make sure you check out what the other tour hosts are saying by clicking on the link below!
Thank you for joining me today, have a great day!