Raven Cursed (Jane Yellowrock Series #4)

Raven Cursed (Jane Yellowrock Series #4)

by Faith Hunter
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Raven Cursed 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 106 reviews.
Leah-books More than 1 year ago
Great book. I was very entertained and would recommend it to everyone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I throughly love the series, it is well thought out and presented. This particular book seems to drag a bit. With what is presented it could have been 50 pages less and read better. Jane does allot of extra dialog and running around. I am also a little tired of the sqme descriptions of how painful the shift is and very tired of the word crap. I understand she is a tough unladylike street fighter but the same word every paragraph just gets reslly old.
Crikel83 More than 1 year ago
The Jane Yellowrock series is one of my favorite series. There are currently five books in the series with the sixth one (Blood Trade) set to release in April of 2013. The first book is Skinwalker. The series features a Cherokee Skinwalker who is the last of her kind. Unlike most shapeshifter series, Jane is able to shift into any type of animal and is not limited to one type of animal throughout the whole series. We watch as Jane, a rogue vampire hunter, finds herself working for a vampire, learning of their culture, the culture of the people who serve them and sometimes finding that she is not the top predator in the room. I found her character development interesting. This is not a traditional shapeshifter and vampire series and I found I rather enjoyed the fresh take in the urban fantasy genre. If you like Kim Harrison Rachel Morgan series, Ilona Andrews Kate Daniels series, and Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson series (just to name a few) then you should also try this series!
Wolfsmith More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the book but was annoyed at the font problems like many others. The quickest way to solve that problem with any nookbook is to open it up in the free program calibre and then tweak the stylesheet file in the epub. Here are the steps to make this(and other) ebook readable. 1) Get Calibre 2) Select Tweak and "explode" the epub file. 3) Open stylesheet.css and take out all the font size and font family lines. 4) Click the Rebuild button 5) Place your improved ebook on your nook. It's gotten to the point were I don't even read a nookbook without getting rid of the horrible formating the book publishers force on us. Now you can actually use the font and text size options on your Nook!
LadiSteele More than 1 year ago
Huge fan, have read everything she has written!
tigerlilly_liz More than 1 year ago
Their is just something about this series that irks me. I want to love this series and I do so enjoy Jane, but I struggle. Jane is the type of heroine I like to read about in Urban Fantasy's. She’s independent, kicks butt, loves tea, has her favorite weapons, and is a skinwalker, something not common, at least to me, to read about. However, I feel I struggle in each book with something. Some of my struggles have to do with the men in Jane’s life vying for her. I dislike them as boyfriend/lover material. They have all really disappointed me and not won me over on that front. I like them and I don’t; because they all have their own agendas and know one is looking out for Jane. I feel she can and does deserve better on the lover/boyfriend front. Next is all the guilt Jane cares around with her. Every book she has a guilt complex about something. Sometimes it’s about things she can’t control. Not that it changes her behavior, no, it turns into a crutch that motivates her actions and thinking. Last is her goddaughter who keeps trying to reach out to her. Jane doesn’t listen and/or puts her off until it’s convent; which by then things have progressed to the point of no return or dire straits. The child is gifted and Jane should know by now to listen. With that said Raven Cursed is book four in the Jane Yellowrock series by Faith Hunter. In Raven Cursed we go back to Asheville, North Carolina, Jane’s home town. Jane has to deal with a Vampire parley, a witch using blood magic, and Rick going furry. Her life is changing and ever more chaotic. The book was a little slow going, picked up, then went slow again. It was a back and forth. I wasn’t fully feeling Raven Cursed, but it was still pleasant. I was glad we got clarification on whether Rick cheated in the last book. It wasn’t what I had thought, but he still kept secrets from Jane. If he cared, he would have confided. Yes, Jane kept a big secret, but that secret is so ingrained in her to keep. She doesn’t trust easily. Their was a lot to enjoy with Jane and Beast hunting, Jane talking with her goddaughter, discovery of the traitor, and the grindylow. I enjoyed the novel. Rated: 3.5 Stars
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the series and Jane the main character. This one was dragging on a bit and Jane seems to be make more mistakes as the series continues but still a great read. Can't wait to read the next book!
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hrschic More than 1 year ago
Gotta love the twists and turns. New characters introduced, others fleshed in. Another solid read in this series.
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SmalltownSR More than 1 year ago
Action packed, great story.
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Have enjoyed this series. The characters are very interesting.
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Ilove her series
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Couldnt put it down