The Children of Corvus Book Three

Fiction - Paranormal
262 Pages
Reviewed on 03/28/2022
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Author Biography

L.E. Harrison is the author of the award-winning contemporary fantasy trilogy The Children of Corvus, From the Uncollected Thoughts of: L.E. Harrison a collection of previously published poems and short stories, and Kindle Vella serials Teddy Boy, Reyna (The New Order of Corvus), and Jarren (The New Order of Corvus). She lives in a one hundred and sixty-year-old farmhouse in rural Pennsylvania, where she is working on the next chapter in the fictional universe of Soluna’s children.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Miche Arendse for Readers' Favorite

Corvus: The Children of Corvus Book 3 by L.E. Harrison continues from the second book, Merula, following the same cast of characters. Catriona Remington never thought she would be implicated in the business of a hidden tribe, werewolves, and witches - however, here she is. All she wanted was to air the scoop of the century and perhaps befriend the kids of her favorite author. Now Catriona must team up with Samuel, the new leader of the tribe, to save not only the twins but Samuel's father Michael, who is trapped in the shadowlands. Between fighting witches and fighting their attraction toward one another, can the two manage to save the people they love without losing anyone else?

Corvus by L.E. Harrison was a beautiful climax to this three-part series of novels. This book tied up loose ends and also filled in so many blanks left throughout the story, which just made for a wonderfully satisfying ending. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and the entire series as a whole. Catriona was a surprisingly brilliant female lead for this book as I never would have expected her to become such a central character from the second book. I loved her budding relationship with Samuel and honestly found the pair to be my favorite couple. Cadie also became one of my favorite characters in this series as she represented a female character that has the duality of innocence and naivety, but also fierce strength and intellect. I loved this book and couldn’t have asked for a better conclusion. A must-read for any paranormal fan!