The Raven KingeBook - 2016
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VaughanPLAlyssia Dec 28, 2016
I love this series, and The Raven King provides the perfect ending. It took me a while to recover from this “book hangover.” The Raven Cycle books are lush, lyrical, and wistful. The kind of magic that makes you wish magic was real. The Raven King ups the drama: the stakes are higher, the magic ... Read More »
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Sexual Content: Non-explicit making out between two characters. Very sweet.
Violence: Magic violence occurs. It's gory, but not explicitly so. More creepy than anything else, really.
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The Raven Cycle draws to a close as Richard Gansey embarks on the final leg of his quest to unearth the sleeping Welsh King, Owen Glendower, and gain his favour. Adam is still tightly bound to Cabeswater even as the magical forest is corrupted by dark forces. Nor has the threat that the outside world will discover that Ronan is the Greywaren entirely abated. And Noah seems to be fading, becoming ever more ghostly and unpredictable, the merest shadow of his living self. As Blue and the Raven Boys search, two predictions hang over their heads: Gansey will die sometime this year, and Blue will kill her true love if she kisses him; it seems inevitable that the two will intersect.