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When we last left Turn, Psychopomp-in-training and now exile from the Crows, she was living among the mysterious Ravens, a people steeped in magic and forgotten history. For a time there’s been peace, but Turn is restless and struggling to find her place, as well as confronting her feelings for her friend and companion Ava, which are both changing and intensifying. And of course, peace can’t last. An old friend appears unexpectedly with bad tidings, and the Ravens are faced with a choice between fight or flight. But the choice may not be as clear as it appears, and Turn suspects it may be informed by an influence that means to destroy them.
The lost tribe of the Moravici, supposedly stripped of power, are not as dead as they seemed, and are extending tentacles of control and dark coercion into places Turn didn’t believe possible. The Crows, convinced that the Ravens pose a lethal threat, are preparing to make war. In Sol, the world of the living, the dead are rising, and they have an appetite for flesh. The Ravens are arguing among themselves, unable to take action. Turn faces despair everywhere she looks, and little hope of saving anyone.
In short, everything kind of sucks. But of course, help can come from the unlikeliest places. The question is what price it’ll demand.
This thing gets released in July. As you see above, it’s the second book in the Casting the Bones trilogy; the third book is coming this fall. Naturally I’ll be giving away free stuff, so watch for that. Might make some jewelry; haven’t decided. In the meantime, while you wait, Crowflight is available, and I hope you check it out and enjoy.
And it goes without saying that if you do, reviews – positive or negative – are massively, massively appreciated.