The Prince of Ravens

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  • The Prince of Ravens
  • Hal Emerson
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  • 05 June 2017
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About the Author: Hal Emerson

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10 thoughts on “The Prince of Ravens

  1. Nina Ivanova says:

    Full review Click, click If reading is anything like eating, then you could have heard the nom nom nom sound while I was stuffing myself with this yummy mix of epic and fairy tale ish fantasy, flavoured with characters, that I want to hug and hit very hard in the same time.I have to say, the way the annotation was set, I thought the story would start a little differently But once I got into the book, it doesn t really matter, as it just sucks you right in.The main lead, the Prin Full review Click, click If reading is anything like eating, then you could have heard the nom nom nom sound while I was stuffing myself with this yummy mix of epic and fairy tale ish fantasy, flavoured with characters, that I want to hug and hit very hard in the same time.I have to say, the way the annotation was set, I thought the story would start a little differently But once I got into the book, it doesn t really matter, as it just sucks you right in.The main lead, the Prince of Ravens, is an awesome character And I don t just mean the cool powers of the Raven Talisman he just was so believable in the way he acted, thought, spoke and felt The way he felt about his mother and about the Kindred His undying loyalty for the Empire and his despite for everything and everyone that opposes it Yup, it was so frustrating worrying about him, that he would do something so amazingly stupid AGAIN and he kept me on the edge the whole book But it was how things are really supposed to be One can t change his heart and mind over night, and this is why it was so good reading about his struggles.Tomaz and Leah, the Ashandel and Eshendai pair by the way, love the sound of it are sweethearts too Well, especially Tomaz only hugs for him, but still some kicks for Leah I really enjoyed each and every moment with Tomaz and Raven, especially the ones over the fire, and in the end of the final battle I just have a soft spot for big brother father figures, and Tomaz was just perfect I am not sure I liked how in the end his debt was revealed true, it was really important for the plot but I am sure that even if it wasn t for his past debt, Tomaz would still have believed and cared for Raven.Leah was quite cool too, tho I had the feeling sometimes, that she and Raven didn t really act their age, butlike small children However, I m aware that is faroften and believable for grown ups and teens to act childish than vice versa And I can t deny that it was fun to read D Still I would love some romance next time DThe story is set in the land of Lucia, ruled by the immortal Empress One could say that there are many details that sound almost like a clich the evil queen, the seven children, the youngest son, the city in the dark, prophecies, heirs and so on But all of this just makes itfairy talish for me and I love my fair share of fate ans symbols now and then And it is also mixed with so much awesomeness like the Talismans, the bloodmagic, daemons and Children and everything I was absolutely in love with the idea of the seven Talismans from the very beginning and it was cool that by the end of the book we got to know so muchabout them and surelyis to come.And the battles were epic really this book here can proudly be called young adult epic fantasy.Last but not in importance the fun D I love to laugh when I read and if a book managed to make me do bought while going through the pages, then it was most likely awesome There were so many moments that made me giggle, but if I have to pick my favourite ones that would be Raven s dreams I don t know why, but the he could have pet eagle if he wanted and the pouty, stupid looking cloud made me laugh so hard I hope there areof the Prince s dreams to come in the next books Overall, The prince of Ravens was awesome It was a fast read, simply because I enjoyed it so I couldn t let go Extremely well deserved 5 stars

  2. Benny Hinrichs says:

    This book got me thinking about why we value originality It s not that it was a terrible book It just felt like I had seen it all before Like nothing interesting happened until 50% through the book when Raven went berserk and finally used his powers Just imagine if the book had started on that scene instead of taking 200 pages of so so to get there I would have been like, what in the freak is this amazing piece of wordsmithing I didn t understand why they knocked him out on the Queen s orde This book got me thinking about why we value originality It s not that it was a terrible book It just felt like I had seen it all before Like nothing interesting happened until 50% through the book when Raven went berserk and finally used his powers Just imagine if the book had started on that scene instead of taking 200 pages of so so to get there I would have been like, what in the freak is this amazing piece of wordsmithing I didn t understand why they knocked him out on the Queen s orders, then took him miles away from the palace to kill him Then they used poison That entire setup was bad They should have just beheaded him in the castle.The magic system was pretty wishy washy It just sort of kept tacking things on as needed Ah yes, an elemental that s been in place for centuries And, ah yes, special metal that can kill elementals And, ah yes, that elemental had a secret tracking spell worked into it that s now on all of you.And then Raven gets shot in the lung and he s up fighting giant battles a few days later Really That made his earlier feat of killing 20 dudes then being knocked out for a week seem unrealistic, if he can just be in fighting shape three days after an arrow in the lung.The prose wasn t amazing and really could have used a proofread lots of mistakes It had some annoying repetition likeIt was infuriating he had grown up a natural at court politics, and yet he couldn t hold a conversation with a simple Baseborn Exile It was baffling.Very bland and repetitive.There were occasional attempts at what Sanderson calls The Great Talent, i.e worldbuilding without the reader feeling like it s worldbuilding, but often it just fell flat E.g., 80% into the book it says, He had a slight headache and he felt as though he had drunk too much soufa That s the only time the word soufa appears in the whole book He should have just said wine, ale, whiskey, or whatever else it compares to or just left the word off When there s no other context, and it s never used again, it comes across like using all standard English names, then having a random character named Nukufati

  3. Charles says:

    I started reading this book, and it had such a dark start to it that I was almost turned off, but there seemed to be something about the main character that kept me interested As the book develops, we are introduced to two other characters who I definitely fell in love with, even as the main character went through some horror movie like frustrating decisions Calling them horror movie like isn t giving them the quality they deserve because the main character is going through some serious issues I started reading this book, and it had such a dark start to it that I was almost turned off, but there seemed to be something about the main character that kept me interested As the book develops, we are introduced to two other characters who I definitely fell in love with, even as the main character went through some horror movie like frustrating decisions Calling them horror movie like isn t giving them the quality they deserve because the main character is going through some serious issues accepting his fate If I were to put myself in that same position, I d probably do some of the same things The character development was great and I loved how as the book developed we were really learning about 3 different characters, we saw them go through different emotions and each one grew I also liked the magic I m always interested in what will be defined as magic and how it will ease or make the life of the characterscomplex I can t say I understood the universe, but I did like the Prince of Raven s magic both how it gave him power and how it limited him This was a really good read I wouldn t give it 5 stars, but I think its a solid 4 4.5 star book

  4. Allyson says:

    This book was absolutely amazing I loved the world the author built and the characters who were in it The Prince of Ravens made me want to smack him a few times for his decisions and not making up his mind You have to get used to some of the time jumps and the different names titles but they didn t bother me Overall I loved everything about it and can t wait to read the next book.

  5. Gujju Ellen says:

    Absolutely love the book It is like a mixture of fantasy fairy tale The author succeeds in making the reader travel the whole way with the Prince of Ravens, feel his confusion, pain, helplessness, his budding friendship hope for the future Cannot wait to read the other two books if the trilogy Absolutely love the book It is like a mixture of fantasy fairy tale The author succeeds in making the reader travel the whole way with the Prince of Ravens, feel his confusion, pain, helplessness, his budding friendship hope for the future Cannot wait to read the other two books if the trilogy

  6. Donna Coviello says:

    I am not big on writing reviews and I am especially not good at reviewing individual books in a series because I believe you have to treat a series in it s entirety However, this book, I think deserves a quick discussion I did not like this book in the beginning It seemed a little silly and a bit oversimplified and as I was reading, I kept wondering if I had mistakenly picked up a book that was definitively in the young adult category However, as I continued to read I began to realize it was I am not big on writing reviews and I am especially not good at reviewing individual books in a series because I believe you have to treat a series in it s entirety However, this book, I think deserves a quick discussion I did not like this book in the beginning It seemed a little silly and a bit oversimplified and as I was reading, I kept wondering if I had mistakenly picked up a book that was definitively in the young adult category However, as I continued to read I began to realize it was maybe my own perception that was flawed The main character is a 17 year old boy and he exhibits some repetitive, irritating and immature characteristics I am being vague here so as to not give anything away that were, for me, really detracting from the story But then I realized that he is in fact only 17 and the authors choices began to makesense to me I read a lot of fantasy and had to remind myself that in far too many other stories, the heroes are often young teenagers who are written so they behave and think like 35 year olds Once my perspective changed, I began to enjoy this storyandand I am glad I continued I am reading book 2 now and am truly finding the series entertaining

  7. John Ezaki says:

    I enjoyed this book a lot It has some magic I could also go for a larger helping of that , but the best part of this book is the conflict the protagonist goes through His belief in the Empire and his internal struggle to overwrite the narrative he believed to his core is something that I think we all can relate to and is something that doesn t change overnight This book reminds me of the power of relationships as the most effective way to change people s perspectives Even strong evidence of I enjoyed this book a lot It has some magic I could also go for a larger helping of that , but the best part of this book is the conflict the protagonist goes through His belief in the Empire and his internal struggle to overwrite the narrative he believed to his core is something that I think we all can relate to and is something that doesn t change overnight This book reminds me of the power of relationships as the most effective way to change people s perspectives Even strong evidence of him being attacked doesn t sway his beliefs, but the relationships he builds with his friends are the lever Definitely worth a read That said, the kindle version has a RIDICULOUS amount of typos, which is distracting Get it together

  8. Max Tachis says:

    I am not typically a fantasy reader I usually find either the world or the characters vastly underwritten Mr Emerson, however, gives equal strength to both and, for that reason, The Prince of Ravens makes for a riveting read The time taken to establish the harder things to grasp the layout of this fantasy kingdom, its system of government, its history, how the magic within it actually functions is plentiful and well used You can tell the author cares about this world and has spent a lot I am not typically a fantasy reader I usually find either the world or the characters vastly underwritten Mr Emerson, however, gives equal strength to both and, for that reason, The Prince of Ravens makes for a riveting read The time taken to establish the harder things to grasp the layout of this fantasy kingdom, its system of government, its history, how the magic within it actually functions is plentiful and well used You can tell the author cares about this world and has spent a lot of time living in it before we, the reader, ever arrive That level of commitment makes it all thecompelling to navigate and I very much look forward to working through the rest of the trilogy

  9. Holly says:

    I enjoyed this a lot I learned about it from a recommendation on Reddit They said it was like Avatar The Last Airbender But it was not like that At least, not to me I thought it was very good and I read through it in one sitting, but I kept expecting something that wasn t there and it kind of discolored my enjoyment of it overall So, I think that s why I m giving it 4 starts instead of 5 which is unfair I know It isn t the author s fault that some rando made a comparison I didn t li I enjoyed this a lot I learned about it from a recommendation on Reddit They said it was like Avatar The Last Airbender But it was not like that At least, not to me I thought it was very good and I read through it in one sitting, but I kept expecting something that wasn t there and it kind of discolored my enjoyment of it overall So, I think that s why I m giving it 4 starts instead of 5 which is unfair I know It isn t the author s fault that some rando made a comparison I didn t like, but it is what it is Hopefully now that I got through the first book and know that it is its own thing, it will temper my expectations to what I want out of THIS series, and not what I want based on anything else

  10. chysbl says:

    Damn that was awesome.I love the complexity of the characters and the magic system is unique There s enough suspense going on in the story to keep me on my toes without drowning me with too much details.It was nice being on the Prince s point of view and knowing what goes on in his mind helped me put myself in his situation.There were some light grammar and typo issues, but will still read the next one