RAVEN

With the help of new allies and friends, Raven starts a journey to retrieve the curse that rightfully belongs to him - or will the Makers get to him first?
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Raven has always been considered a strange boy in the town of Black Path Valley. He fears the townspeople will find out his secret. There are already whispers. The day the storm came when his father saw the red in the sky, he knew the Makers were coming.
Raven is taken to the Lime Stone Cottage where the silver mirror has lain dormant since his mother’s death. As he enters inside the mirror into the Meadows, he enters into a strange world filled with darkness and misery, meeting stranger folk along the way. When he starts to read his mother’s diary, the truth of who he really is comes to light.
With the help of new allies and friends, Raven starts a journey to retrieve the curse that rightfully belongs to him – or will the Makers get to him first?

Very nice story! Recommended

-- Amazon Customer

C.M Neary (Author)

Christina Neary has been writing for over 10 years. She has completed a course in publication for creative writing at Maynooth University in 2013. She has also completed a gothic literature course at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2016 and has completed a Self Publishing course at the online Writing collage in 2016. She has self published her first children’s book called Cobs and has managed to secure them in local bookshops. She has recently published her first in a trilogy of Young Adult books called Raven. She is also in the process of publishing a trilogy of Middle Grade books. She is also working on two children’s illustration books and a novel.

With the help of new allies and friends, Raven starts a journey to retrieve the curse that rightfully belongs to him - or will the Makers get to him first?

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