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The Ravens (The Ravens, #1) ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ The Ravens (The Ravens, #1) By Kass Morgan ⚣ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Kappa Rho Nu isn’t your average sorority Their parties are notorious Their fundraisers are known for being Westerly College’s most elaborate affairs But beneath the veil of Greek life and prestige Kappa Rho Nu isn’t your average sorority Their parties are notorious Their fundraisers are known for being Westerly College’s most elaborate affairs But beneath the veil of Greek life and prestige the sisters of Kappu Rho Nu share a secret they’re a coven of witches For Vivi Deveraux being one of Kappa Rho Nu’s Ravens means getting a chance to redefine herself For Scarlett Winters a bonafide Raven and daughter of a legacy Raven pledge this year means living up to her mother’s impossible expectations of becoming Kappa Rho Nu’s next president Scarlett knows she’d be the perfect candidate — that is if she didn’t have one human sized skeleton in her closet When Vivi and Scarlett are paired as big and little for initiation they find themselves sinking into the sinister world of blood oaths and betrayals.

10 thoughts on “The Ravens (The Ravens, #1)

  1. Mara YA Mood Reader Mara YA Mood Reader says:

    Finally college life But mostly I’m just here because Ravens and Kass Morgan 01152020

  2. ❀ Alex ❀ (The Scribe Owl) ❀ Alex ❀ (The Scribe Owl) says:

    4255 stars A million thanks to Edelweiss for this ARC in exchange for an honest review This review is based off an advance copy so some things might be changed on publishingThis book called to me as soon as I saw it on Edelweiss I love anything paranormal especially witches and a college story isn’t something you see very often in YA This was a nice shakeup of my normal reads and I’d definitely recommend itVivi hasn’t ever stayed in one place long enough to make friends drifting all over the country at her mother’s whims So when she is accepted into Westerly a college in Savanah Georgia she’s eager to stay on campus for four whole years But little does she know that the glamorous sorority of Kappa Rho Nu has a secret they’re a coven of witches Scarlett is a legacy Raven who has known she was a witch for as long as she could remember Pledge this year means living up to her mother’s expectations and becoming Kappa Rho Nu’s next president When Vivi and Scarlett are paired as Big and Little for initiation they find themselves sinking into a world much darker than either of them expected The only part of the story that fell a little flat for me was the writing It was a little info dump y at the beginning and repetitive the whole way through There were just a couple instances when I was a little confused with the story such as how Vivi went from having no magic to some magic Was that the vague studying montage? I just wish we had information though that could be fixed in postThe best part of this book was the storyline I loved the creative fresh take on witches and college is just the icing on the cake It kept my eyes glued to the screen of my kindle and unable to put it down All in all this was a perfect fresh take of witches The college life and magic mixed so well and creatively that I had I hard time putting it down I would definitely recommend this and I hope you love it as much as I doContent and trigger warnings Blood death loss of a loved one and violence

  3. Alex Alex says:

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an eARC of The Ravens in exchange for an honest reviewModern day witches in a seniority? I was in love with this book from the premise The Ravens is told in two perspectives one belonging to a freshman girl with a paranoid mum or so she thinks who's hoping to use university as a way to finally get away from their nomad ways and establish a real group of friends and sense of life and the other belonging to a senior from a family of witches with a mysterious darkness in her pastI loved the way the story unfolded although I will say one piece of foreshadowing was brought up so many times that I as a reader was sitting there going oh cool When's that plot twist coming? because at times it seemed so forced into the narrative that it felt like the author was sitting there shouting at you and both girls were interesting characters to follow This book also is very weird about describing the characters Anytime anyone says a line and sometimes even when they don't both girl's perspectives instantly go says a insert race here insert gender I get making the character choice to maybe have one of the girls pay way too much attention to race but having it in both of their perspectives felt really weird and I was just sitting there wondering how they would cope with having to narrate a mixed race personAll in all a fun read Not the best modern witches book I've ever read but I was interested from beginning to end

  4. ChillwithJill ChillwithJill says:

    It has been a hot minute since I have found a spooky witchy little tale to sink my teeth into Luckily The Ravens provided just about everything I had been cravingIt’s a little bit The Secret Circle and uite a bit of The Craft but it somehow takes the good parts of those witchy icons and melds them into something that matches the time we’re living in For the most part at leastLet’s jump right in shall we? The Ravens follows two very different members of the exclusive secretive Kappa sorority house Vivi a freshman recruit has bounced around from town to town for all of her life and has never found a home or family to call her own Scarlett a junior vying for the sorority’s presidency is the latest in a long line of her ambitious family’s powerful witch y lineage When things start going threateningly awry in their house the girls begin to realize that there is nothing powerful than a witch scorned Where this book truly shines is the pure cinematic uality of it For real this book is crying out to be adapted by the CW And as an avid lover of trash CW shows I had a blast picking through the chanted spells present throughout the pages and imagining wind picking up threateningly as bad omens The atmosphere of this book is undoubtedly a mix of camp horror and gothic aesthetics It was greatThe deep female friendships and loyalties in the book were good as well These are girls that love each other for than each other’s magic And we see the love persist even when bonds strainSpeaking of strained bonds I’m going to chat about Scarlett and Vivi Vivi was fine her dialogue flowed naturally and I really liked how she interacted with Ariana and even Mason though I really don’t like that they felt the need to include this tired trope of Vivi “falling in love” with Scarlett’s longtime boyfriend I’ll hop to that in a second Vivi was fine but she was very mild We kept hearing and hearing about how her powers are so great once in a lifetime kind of witch and she doesn’t really do much at all We also don’t know why she’s so great?Vivi to me was a placeholder in Scarlett’s tale Which is funny because I spent about 65% of the story not liking Scarlett When we first see Scarlett interact with Vivi she is rude and elitist making fun of Vivi for her choice in clothes and hair just really catty shit that came from nowhere She is also jealous and slightly controlling of her longtime BF Mason I think that a great deal of the Scarlett v Vivi tension didn’t particularly need to be in there There so could have been a way to put these two in conflict that didn’t stem from the usual “jealousy over a boy” Also I’m sorry but I don’t care what kind of “blessing” you give it’s shitty to date someone who your friend had been dating for yearsBUT Scarlett had an absolutely fabulous character evolution over the course of the novel and I ended up really rooting for her She became the one I was glued to for every page Though I wish we would have gotten a bit with JacksonThe mystery aspect of the book wasn’t super groundbreaking but it did have some cool twists; some that I saw coming some that I did notThe descriptions coupled with the gothic atmosphere are what really makes this story shine I can just picture myself being snuggled up in bed with some popcorn rooting jumping when wild ravens appear So yeah there were some aspects of the book that I really enjoyed Though it wasn’t done in an overwhelmingly original manner it was a good time book It was what you expect from a spooky YA story about a coven of witchesOne thing Goodreads says this is apart of a series but it didn’t really leave it open for another book so I’m curious if that’s really the case?355Thank you to #NetGalley for giving me an advanced copy in exchange for an honest reviewBlog Review Live on 728 Post Live on 728

  5. Shireen Hakim Shireen Hakim says:

    Although I don't like sororities I love ravens so this YAFF book was a must read for me Bestselling authors Kass Morgan and Danielle Paige cleverly take a twist on the fact that cliuey sorority girls are often called 'witches' and literally turned their characters into themAs a cross between The Craft and Mean Girls reading The Ravens is some of the most fun I've had in awhile The pace is easy the characters well developed and loveable and their adventures spooky yet hilarious The Ravens will definitely be a favorite among readers who love to read about bffs college experiences and dark secretsThank you Anna R and HMH Books for the ARC

  6. Amanda Amanda says:

    I received this book from netgalley in exchange for a review Magic didn't preach It gave and took This was the gift This was the cost†If you feel like you’ve read this before it’s probably because you have The Ravens is a frankensteins monster mishmash of every university magic secret society I’ve read seen before It fails to bring anything new to the table The magic system is boring and the verbiage of the spells themselves is painfully cheesy There isn’t even anything interesting about the main characters They don’t particularly have any personalities and are or less interchangeableThe new girl versus upperclassman mean girl over a boy with the appeal of stale bread is soooo overdone I honestly kept wishing this was gonna flip the script and give me some bi girl ff but alas Vivi has approximately one 1 brain cell I’m not really sure about this weird yearning relationship with breadboy since Vivi likes to throw around words like love and heartache when they’ve had three conversations?? Both all three I guess?? romances in this book are frankly awful The long term relationship established before the start of the novel ended with zero fanfare I'm so down for emotionally mature breakups but both of them seemed entirely indifferent to ending things despite past implications that they wanted to spend their lives together? It was just really awkward to read And then the two new romances developed from NOWHERE i hesitate to even use the word develop because that implies there was some sort of organic growthNothing happens in the first half of this book I almost DNF'd though I'm glad I didn't At around 60% sht hits the fan But whew that was a long intro all of that info dumping could have been condensed in between climactic scenes The twist was meh because it was so obvious I called it in one of the first chaptersThis wasn’t a bad read but it wasn’t a particularly good one either I’m not super invested in continuing with the series but I do like witchy ladies so maybe someday if I can remember this amidst a stream of other series doing the same thing albeit slightly better†check against final text

  7. Lisa Lisa says:

    What a fun and refreshingly new tale involving modern day witches What a way to hide coven in a sorority It takes hell week to another level The novel alternates between 2 narrators One is the Raven sorority President hopeful Scarlett who has dark secrets in her past which may prevent her her candidacy Next is college bound Vivi who has no idea she's real witch after years of calling her mother a fraud for reading the cards The two characters are paired together as Big and Little as they uncover secrets and magic surrounding the sorority The Ravens is a light and fun read There's a lot of character building in this story I'm looking forward to seeing where book 2 takes all these characters

  8. Amber (The Book Bratz) Amber (The Book Bratz) says:

    I’m here for this 👀 Thank you so much HMH for the eGalley

  9. Haley Calvin Haley Calvin says:

    I'm a mess this book is too good omg

  10. Katie Katie says:

    This was so fun I can’t wait for

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