"I highly recommend this trilogy"
The gift Rhia has recieved from the crow connects her to
death. She hears the voices of the dead everyday now she is
has reached her second phase and is pregnant. Trying to lead
a normal life is not easy and having glimpsed at her son's
death and then to have him stolen from her shows just how
difficult things are. She isn't someone who gives up easily
and Rhia takes strength from the Crow and sacrifices
anything she can to bring her family back together and keep
her friends safe.
The war may be over for now but there are still reminders of
the destruction the Descendents left behind. Filip the
solider finds himself trapped in a land that he doesn't
understand but notices he can understand something he
couldn't before. Will he face up to what he has become? With
Rhia's and Alanka's help Filip will become stronger than he
ever was before.
Voice of the Crow is the second part in the Crow Trilogy and
was even better than the first part. This story flows like
water, memorizes you with its waves and catches you till the
end where it leaves you stranded on the shore wanting more.
This is magical, entertaining and the best fantasy I have
read in a long time. This world is so close to ours in many
ways but far enough away to be new. I can't get enough and
loved how this part was not only told from Rhia's
perspective but from the other main characters views as well.
If you love fantasy with some romance thrown in and want to
try something new then I highly recommend this trilogy. I
can only guess that the next and last part, the Reawakened
will be just as amazing as the first two books and hopefully
complete the trilogy with the grace of a Crow.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted September 30, 2008