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The Reawakened: Enriched Edition
     

The Reawakened: Enriched Edition

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by Jeri Smith-Ready
 

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She is Rhia, bound to the Spirit of Crow and gifted with vision. In a world besieged by escalating conflict, fate has marked her to deliver the Reawakened from oppression.Now, with a mighty army of Descendants threatening to crush what's left of her people's magic, she must trust an ancient prophecy and accept the power that is her birthright—the power of life

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She is Rhia, bound to the Spirit of Crow and gifted with vision. In a world besieged by escalating conflict, fate has marked her to deliver the Reawakened from oppression.Now, with a mighty army of Descendants threatening to crush what's left of her people's magic, she must trust an ancient prophecy and accept the power that is her birthright—the power of life and death itself.For while the storm of revolution rages, the legacy of the Reawakened is about to be rewritten…in her family's blood.

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ISBN-13:
9781426835216
Publisher:
Luna
Publication date:
03/01/2009
Series:
Aspect of Crow , #4
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
384
File size:
2 MB

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4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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I really liked this book because it successfully mixed romance, sensuality,fantasy,and war. It is rare that you find a author who knows how to balance a good plotline with sex. One usually takes over the other. I also enjoyed that the female characters in the story were strong smart and feminine.
EscapistCC More than 1 year ago
The Reawakened nicely finished the series. It's a great book that takes you away into another world. I didn't really see the strong connection with Native American spirituality and religion that others have mentioned, beyond the relationship between humans and animals as spirit guides, but still, it's a great read. I definitely recommend it to people interested in fantasy with a touch of romance. The one thing I don't get though is the weird cover art. Rhia's image on the covers of the first two look nothing like the description in the books.
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Twelve years ago the feral Descendents of the Ilion Army took advantage of the schism between the four Spirit villages attacked Velekos and Asermos. The war between them is nasty with one side unconcerned with collateral damage to innocents. There is the fundamental value of the world at stake in a winner takes all conflagration. The Spirit uses animal magic that has made them increasingly more powerful with each new generation the Descendants loath Spirit magic as evil. However, the Descendents outnumber their enemy and increasingly appear to be winning the hostilities. The Spirit followers pray that the ancient prophecy that claims the only Spirit Raven who has failed to guide a human will do so soon as the dark days are turning bleaker. Spirit mages Rhia of the Guardian Crow Spirit and her husband Marek accompany their eighteen years old son Nilik, who they hope is the one as he seeks vengeance against the murdering Descendents who killed his girlfriend He joins his uncle¿s army while the hostilities remain unabated. Rhia must deliver the REAWAKENED if her side is to survive. --- Fans of the Aspect fantasy (see VOICE OF CROW and EYES OF CROW) will relish this entertaining finish but newcomers will be lost for much of the tale. The story line is filled with action, but driven by the desperation of Rhia and her family as a way of life is to be decided between clashing cultures. With a nod to Native-American nineteenth century heritage (including war with the invading American armies, Jeri Smith-Ready provides a deep metaphoric trilogy of cultures at war. --- Harriet Klausner