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Eyes of Crow For Rhia was bound to the Spirit of Crow, gifted with the foresight of Death s approach and doomed to the isolation of one feared and set apart There must always be one whose magic can ease the passage of the people of Asermos to the Other Side But to be the guide her people require, to truly know the depth of her gift her curse Rhia must surrender herself to the wisdom of the Great Forest and drink deeply of Death itself And though two powerful men stand ready to aid her, even to love her, the Aspect of Crow demands unthinkable sacrifices from one who walks its path



10 thoughts on “Eyes of Crow

  1. Bardi Bardi says:

    You would think I should know better But the book sounded interesting..a fantasy about Crow among others What I did not notice was the publisher..Luna..the fantasy imprint of Harlequin Books, And it does show Excuse me while we stop the plot for this romantic interlude without sex brought to you by


  2. Molly Molly says:

    Hi I m rating this excellent book 4 5 stars I won this in a giveaway, and when I started reading it I got all freaked out about tribes and stuff, thinking Oh no This is something I normally read Hide it Ahh But, later, after a bit ofsensible thinking I gave it it a go.And loved it.Now, be warned, there are a few adult scenes in this book ahem sex ahem But it s not too graphic If you re an older teen reader looking to move on from Young Adult th


  3. Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms says:

    Oh, how I loved this world, where people were in contact with the spirit world, and each person had an animal spirit to guide them, and to help others.Rhia is truly an extraordinary young woman She was afraid of her gift, and had to deal with the guilt that came because of it However, when she finally chose to embrace it, she showed both strength and weakness, confidence and insecurity And she continued to be true to herself as she grew.I loved how


  4. Jai Jai says:

    This is a story set in a world that could be ours in the future or maybe its set in a different world, I couldn t tell The society depicted here is a tribal society where every person has a Spirit animal The focus in this story is Rhia As the book starts she is a young girl and it is becoming evident that she has the aspect of the Crow bringer of death What s interesting is that Rhia does not embrace this right away at all She doesn t want to be able t


  5. Dorri Dorri says:

    Jeri Smith Ready has a fine narrative voice that draws you into her dark post apocolyptic tale I loved the start of this series I could say it s full of spirituality and it would be a true statement but this book is so muchthan just the beliefs of a people It s about not understanding the belief of multiple peoples and the start of a war for the thought that there is only one true belief.We first meet Rhia, main character of the book, as she struggles to a


  6. Lauren (Shooting Stars Mag) Becker Lauren (Shooting Stars Mag) Becker says:

    Where Rhia is from, and the towns that surround it, the people are bound to a spirit who they must serve during their lifetime From a young age, the leaders in the town believe Rhia s spirit to be Crow, who handles the aspect of death For a long time, however, Rhia trys to push it away and refuses to go for her Bestowing After a family death, Rhia realizes she should never have waited and goes off to recieve her gift While training in the next town, she finds


  7. Anna Anna says:

    I originally hadn t planned on reading this book Mostly because it didn tseem like my thing But in the end i m really glad I read it I enjoyed it very much, than I thought I would Thanks Amy Jeri Smith Ready has created a wonderfully unique world Rhia s journey in accepting the crow is an amazing emotional ride I teared up few times while reading it Rhia s relationships between both Arcas Marek were both intense But I have to say I like Marek alot better than Arca


  8. Barbara ★ Barbara ★ says:

    I found this to have a really slow start with little action but the story itself is interesting mixing American Indian lore with mythology and of course what all young adult books must have, a love triangle I thought the sex was gratuitous and happened quicker than expected for a young adult novel Though IMHO it s young adult as in the main character is under 18 to start but the world and situations are definitely not young adult Regardless of the slow start well over


  9. Shannon Shannon says:

    Lovely Interesting world spiritual setting and main character is real in both her weaknesses and strengths I look forward to seeing how this series develops That said, I was disappointed by the fact that a character s spiritual strength only increased with children grandchildren leaves no option for homosexuality within the society, which is certainly counter to actual society norms Hopefully this is addressed in future books I d prefer to think this was just oversight th


  10. Brandon Witt Brandon Witt says:

    I was beginning to think it was over, that there were not going to be any new well crafted novel to be created Jeri Smith Ready has given me hope with Eyes Of Crow One of the best books I have read in years outside of Potter world, of course I stumbled onto this book by pure chance and am so very thankful I took the risk Wonderful imagination the characters are endearing, complicated, and evolving the story telling is magnificent You will not be disappointed in this book From


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