About the Book
Lady Selene Ravenwood has come into her full power as a dreamwalker just as the war with the Dominia Empire begins. Working with the other Great Houses, Selene and Damien use their gifts to secure the borders and save those devastated by the war. But conflict, betrayal, and hatred begin to spread between the Great Houses, destroying their unity as the empire burns a path across their lands. At the same time, Damien Maris starts to lose his ability to raise the waters, leaving the lands vulnerable to the empire’s attacks.
The only one who can unite the houses and restore her husband’s power is Selene Ravenwood. But it will require that she open her heart to those who have hurt her and let go of her past, despite the one who hunts her and will do anything to stop her power.
Will Selene survive? Or is she destined to fall like the dreamwalkers before her?
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
In Cry of the Raven, power couple Selene and Damien return. And this time, they’re fighting for the people.
Morgan L. Busse has written a trilogy that captured me from the first pages of the first book and, while it’s bittersweet to say goodbye, the finale is even more captivating than the previous books.
Storylines that began in the first book are picked up in Cry of the Raven and I enjoyed learning more about the different gifts of each of the houses and the way they come together to fight for freedom. The continued theme of light versus darkness is also prevalent.
While all of that is happening, there’s a much deeper and heartfelt message about trusting God in our valleys. Not only trusting ourselves to him but trusting those we love to him and believing that even while we are grieving the difficult losses, God is in control.
With this powerful and memorable trilogy concluded, I am excited to find out what Busse has in store for readers next.
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