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Adelaide Oliver, raised in the bayou in New Orleans, flees the Big Easy to Seattle, when she believes she is seeing things and losing her mind. What she doesn't realize is that she is a Raven Maid, a secret of the Voodoo, or Vodoun, faith. She walks the path between this world and the next, guiding lost souls to their final destination, whether that be the wayward spirit's idea of heaven or hell. But what happens when a soul doesn't wish to leave the mortal realm?

©2017 Erik Schubach (P)2017 Erik Schubach

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  • KV
  • 09-09-17

Soc au lait

I really enjoyed this one I think Miss Voller has done quite a remarkable job with with her performance and I liked how she gave the characters different types of hmmm what's the word I'll just go with oomph. That gave the characters life. I'm looking forward to the next installment

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  • Millsy
  • 06-16-18

Slow, depressing

I really enjoyed the previous books but I found this one not only really slow but the tone of it was also pretty depressing which does fit with the story itself but it left me not enjoying it anywhere near as much as I usually do with Erik’s books. For me the only bright points were the relationships between the three main characters. I have bought the two remaining books in this series and I just hope those are as good as the first two.