A Raven’s Touch by Linda Bloodworth (Review by Melanie V””V – #NerdGirlVamp)

A Ravens Touch

Title: A Raven’s Touch 

Author: Linda Bloodworth

Published Date: January 5th 2016

Genre: YA Fantasy 


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Bullied through high school, seventeen-year-old Justice St. Michaels is grateful for the help of her best friend Moira O’Fhey. Their only wish is to graduate high school, leave the sleepy town of Fallingbrook and all that happened behind them. The Heavens have other plans. Between growths on her back and being involved in explosive school fights, nothing seems to make sense. When an unexpected encounter with Darien Raventhorn causes worlds to collide it exposes the truth about Justice’s real identity. To avenge a family death, Justice must embrace her birthright, and slay a demon before all Hell breaks loose.


***Some fairly graphic violence – Caution Advised***
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***Melanie – #NerdGirlVamp’s  Review***
This was the first book I have read by new to me author Linda Bloodworth but I doubt it will be the last.

Let me start by saying that the world building and characters in this YA Fantasy adventure are very well done. The 2 main girl protagonist friends are so like you expect best friends to be I have to applaud that relationship.

The story is well paced with plenty to keep readers entertained. That being said, for me personally, at times it read a little “young” despite the scenes that are definitely aimed towards the upper YA end with the violence and I found that a little disconnecting which is why it didn’t get a perfect 5 from me.

There is a cliffhanger but I must say it leaves you wanting to read more (not ready to throw the book across the room like some do).

Overall a solid 4 stars from me from me and I am looking forward to the next installment.



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