A few months ago I was privileged to read the first novel Echoes of Savanna and review the novel. I loved the novel and when I had the opportunity to read Raven's Song I jumped at the chance to continue reviewing.
About the Book:
The next generation has come into its own. Raven, Savanna’s impulsive, impetuous daughter has begun her own epic journey. Raven was born in a time of turmoil and war. She decides her calling in life is to be a soldier. Sacrificing the shelter and security of Haven, Raven puts herself at risk to save others. She finds herself in perilous situations and thrust into the role of leadership despite her own misgivings. The Siren’s Song of Haven is continuously singing to her. She could be safe, protected, sheltered and warm if she returned to Haven and its stone walls. But, is it her destiny to live in the walls of Haven, or is there another destiny in store for this child of Haven?
About the Author:
Lucinda Moebius grew up in the mountains of Idaho and Eastern Oregon. Her mother taught her to read when she was four years old and since that time books have been her constant companions. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in English Teaching, a Master’s in Educational Leadership and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Education. Lucinda supports her writing habit by teaching High School and College. She currently lives in Boise, Idaho with her husband, stepson and their dog and cat.
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Buy on Amazon: Echoes of Savanna: http://www.amazon.com/Echoes-Savanna-Parent-Generation-ebook/dp/B006RM66QM/ref=pd_rhf_gw_p_t_2
Raven’s Song: http://www.amazon.com/Ravens-Haven-Generation-Novels-ebook/dp/B006YJ92GO/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_t_2
One of the endearing things I love about Raven, is her ability to be smart, kind and resourceful. From the first book I read when she was a little girl, she has always been a favorite. In the case of Raven all grown, picks up where Raven left off in the novel Echoes of Savanna. Raven had gone into the military, she has chose a life away from Haven the one home she has known and where her family still resides. Haven is a safe place, a place of refuge from the ongoing storms surrounding the United States at the time.
In this novel Raven is deployed with the military, where she finds several avenues to help children. Her mother sends her many supplies from Haven, which she saves to help others. There are so many times in Raven's experiences that I was tense just waiting to see what happened. She is one lady that lived a full life. Once Raven returned from the war, her life became facinating and filled with suspense. Raven became involved in a community that she was spying on, and her experiences there made me keep turning pages through the night.
Raven, finally had an opportunity to confront Emily, the woman who worked for her mother for years and stole her mothers embryo's. I thought that this story line was not only facinating, but it brought back many memories and emotions I had not considered. Raven was one strong women, she handles a gun as well as any man I know.
Raven's Song is a wonderful novel and I recommend this to anyone who loves an adventure. You do not need to read Savanna to follow along, the transition into its own novel is wonderful. Lucinda Moebius is a wonderful story teller, I would read any novel she wrote. I appreciate the opportunity to review this novel, and to have an opporutnity to continue following the story. I recieved this novel through a free promotion on Amazon, and read this via my Kindle app on my cellphone.