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Change is in the air. Raven's world has always been one shrouded in secrecy. From an early age, he's possessed an astounding, and monstrous ability that he has struggled to master and control. Raven is a Witch, celebrated among his own kind. Now as events threaten to alter the delicate balance between the physical and supernatural worlds, Raven must strike out to learn what secrets have been hidden from him for so long. What can he do? Who can he trust? Raven will only find the answers he seeks if he can find the courage to take that first step out into the world.

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    An interesting paranormal journey

    *I received a copy of the eBook from Goodreads Lovers of Paranormal (LOP) in exchange for an honest review* The Dark Child, Raven is a witch. He is determined to find out the secrets that have been withheld from him. Raven must complete a task that has been issued by his goddess. Will this task give him answers that he is seeking? And so his journey begins. A witch, a werewolf and a cat leave the security of the Briar Thorn Academy of Witchcraft and go to New Orleans. The plot is original and could be better served with less description in order to drive the story forward. The novel would benefit from professional editing in my opinion. There is a marked lack of diversity in YA fiction and this novel fills that void. I would be interested in reading the second book in the series. My actual rating of this novel is 2.5 stars.


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