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Eyes of Crow (Aspect of Crow Trilogy #1)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    charming spellbinding fantasy

    At an early age Rhia almost died but she fought to live and was touched by the Crow Spirit Guide. As she got older, she knew when someone was going to live or die from injury or illness and she saw when death would finally take them. The first time she saw death it frightened her so much she wouldn¿t participate in the Bestowing, a ceremony when the spirit guide manifests itself to the person in the ceremony. When she sees her mother¿s death she finally accepts the Bestowing and the Crow welcomes her as the Crow spirit guide. She is sent to Kalindos to apprentice with Coranna. There she meets Marak a man with a wolf spirit guide whose guilt at the death of his wife and child causes him to become invisible during the day. Her new home is more pastoral and primitive than her hamlet of Asmeros but Rhia feels right at home in the tree houses and in Marek¿s arms. Armies from the south are on their way to conquer the people of the north and it will take magic and guile to defeat such a superior though magic-less foe. Rhia works behind the scenes of the battlefield, helping the dead move on, knowing who will live but when her enemies strike at her personally, she and a few friends fight back. --- This is a charming spellbinding fantasy where small hamlets and the people who live in them are close to the spirits and magic is considered common place. Much of the book is a coming of age tale but there is enough action to keep readers totally absorbed to the story. This is the first book in a new series and this reviewer can hardly want for the next one coming out in 2007 --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2007

    Almost There

    Though I have not been able to fully read through the novel, as far as I have read so far (about half of the book) it is an amazing story, though to me it is best read when you do not know exactly what is about to happen. All I can tell you that it is a struggle against fear and leaving your past behind to become who you are... and the fight against who you are supposed to be and who you are. Anyways, I full recommend the novel, or at least... for as far as I have read. If more books come out (or are already out) I know I'll do my best to find them and read them. I also apologize for not reviewing this when I am completely finished with the book, but it was an assignment to review online what we have read so far. So, my opinion still stands.

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