The Children of Corvus Book Two

Fiction - Supernatural
412 Pages
Reviewed on 03/26/2022
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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

Merula: The Children of Corvus Book 2 by L.E. Harrison follows Acadia, aka Cadie, Maxwell as she flees from the only home she has ever known, after finding out about her tribe’s dark secret. In search of the truth, Cadie flees to the land of the ‘advena’ and there she happens upon Sarina and Jonathan, twin siblings in search of their missing father. The three, along with a young reporter, venture into Blackwater Hills hoping to find the twins' father. On their journey, the group encounters Samuel Singleton, who without knowing his true identity, follows the group after having been plunged into the shadowlands by a witch. Upon waking in the forest, Samuel undergoes changes that might bring to light even more secrets. Can Cadie help her new friends and expose the secrets of those trying to taint the Law of Corvus?

Merula by L.E. Harrison was a fascinating and exhilarating read from start to finish. In this book, we see the next generation following Blackbird (the first book in the series) and we delve further into the realm of the children of Corvus. We finally see the witches who worship Tempus and get a deeper look into the shadowlands. The book did a great job in bringing together the past and present within the story, giving the reader plenty of interesting characters and a rich storyline with twists and turns all around. I love the cast of characters for this book as each character has a vastly different personality and perspective. This was such a good book and it was a pleasure to read and review it.