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Ravensong (Green Creek Book 2) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B07YG88VY2
- Publisher : BOATK Books; 2nd edition (September 26, 2019)
- Publication date : September 26, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 1884 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 480 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #57,729 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Pacing is very good. The events flow along and always keep you interested, gradually building to an epic conclusion. All of the characters are expertly realized. Each one is colorful and filed with nuance. There is a lot of great humor when needed, and, as typical of TJ Klune tales, a lot of heartfelt emotions. Gordo, as a main character, is quite prickly. We get to see here why that is, and the empathy with him is so great that characters we liked in Wolfsong are viewed much more critically. Two characters so much more critically actually that I find I still don't like the characters even after all is forgiven. But while I don't like those characters any more, others have expanded and become so wonderous to me that I cherish them.
All I can say is that like other TJ Klune stories, this one is another great one. If you haven't read it already, then read Wolfsong as that is an incredibly wonderful story, and then you can kick back and lose yourself in Green Creek once again with this incredible journey.
The backstory that is provided does a really good job of explaining Gordo's actions in Wolfsong. He was angry and bitter and wanted nothing to do with the pack. Ravensong gives a compelling reason for his feelings. A lot happens in this story. It's a Klune novel, so that is to be expected, but still so much occurs. It's a whirlwind at times. This is ultimately a story about family and how in spite of the love they have for you they can fail you miserably. It is about remembering and acknowledging the past and the various ways in which it sucked and choosing to move forward, to allow yourself to be loved and to love in return. I cannot recommend reading this enough.
*There was a lot of foreshadowing and I am now eagerly awaiting forthcoming novels with one ship in particular that I really want to see. It's Carter. I want to see Carter's oblivious self fall in love.
Top reviews from other countries
Being immersed back into the world of Green Creek and the Bennett Pack was like coming home. Reading about these characters again was like catching up with old friends.
This book is Gordo and Mark's story. There is a lot of action and feelings. I laughed, I cried, I was angry and triumphant right there with them.
TJ Klune is such a unique writer who can evoke such a range of emotions in just a few pages - Truly a master of his craft.
Can't wait for Heartsong. More Epic and Awesome please.
The story carries on though from a different perspective - Gordo's. I felt very sorry for Gordo, having his heart broken so young made him bitter and resentful, but underneath all his outward indifference he still felt for his 'family' and his true love/mate.
The fact that humans are part of the pack and their interaction with the wolves is excellent, Rico is a hoot, and I think that's what makes this tale different - it doesn't take itself too seriously, well it couldn't with Rico, Tanner, Chris and Jessie, they add that quirk.
This series is unlike a lot of other lycanthrope tales, men don't get pregnant for one, it's written so very well, the story pulls you in and won't let go until it's finished. I've just got book 3 but am saving it for a while until book 4 is nearer release - I do like a good binge!
I read all the Otter and Bear books which were truly excellent and these stories are all on a par - I'd expect nothing less from such a great teller of tales. Long may they continue.
went off with Joe. Fair enough we needed to know how they met, but we already went through the 3 years in book 1 and I would have prefered a little more about the current time relationship between Mark and Gordo (by which I don't mean the "you abandoned me and I hate you", which seemed to be a constant argument in the book, but them spending some kind of quality time together after they made up... which happened after like, 80% of the story, and only because of a literal life and death situation. I would have liked it more if Mark apologized some, which would have made for a great 2nd chance setting). The worst thing is that the same thing happened in book 1, where I was disappointed at the amount of time Ox and Joe spent together after they mated. And I know from reading other books by this author that he can make the main characters a lot more intimate, so I don't know why that is not the case with this series. I want to like it, and will still probably read the next one, although I know it will not be much different, and there is a 90% chance I will still be disappointed with it. All I ask for is more than 1 sex scene per 400 odd pages, just a bit less flashbacks and more time spent between the main characters. If you like a more action focused mxm romance, I highly recommend it. If you prefer a more romance based story on the other hand, I would recommend you look at other books by this author.
A stubborn witch and his mate must fight for their chance at love but as the clock starts ticking, will they be too late?
Young Gordo experiences things a child never should have. The heavy responsibility burdened upon him at a young age deprived him of a normal childhood.
Gordo’s bond to Mark was captured beautifully yet as the thorns started growing, the distance grew between them. Their fragile bond is tested time and time again yet Gordo forever seems to end up on his own. I empathised with Gordo; I couldn’t fault him for being angry at being left behind. Thomas was primarily responsible yet Mark was just as much to blame for not fighting hard enough.
Gordo’s friends at the garage became his pack and they were a crazy bunch too. His friends made me laugh throughout the entire story with their bantering and teasing.
Young Mark was adorable and his love for Gordo was evident with the way he stalked Gordo. I couldn’t stop laughing when Mark started rambling on about what Gordo smelled like or the dead animals that turned up when he started courting Gordo.
This book was absolutely amazing from start to finish. There were several twists, turns and heart wrenching moments. There were a few interesting developments and I eagerly look forward to seeing how things turn out.
If you like mm. Buy it
If you like romance. Buy it
If you like good books. Buy it
If you read wolf song you've prob already brought it...