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Gordo Livingstone never forgot the lessons carved into his skin. Hardened by the betrayal of a pack who left him behind, he sought solace in the garage in his tiny mountain town, vowing never again to involve himself in the affairs of wolves. 

It should have been enough. 

And it was, until the wolves came back, and with them, Mark Bennett. In the end, they faced the beast together as a pack...and won. 

Now, a year later, Gordo has found himself once again the witch of the Bennett pack. Green Creek has settled after the death of Richard Collins, and Gordo constantly struggles to ignore Mark and the song that howls between them. 

But time is running out. Something is coming. And this time, it’s crawling from within. 

Some bonds, no matter how strong, were made to be broken.

©2018 Dreamspinner Press (P)2018 Dreamspinner Press

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As good as it gets

Just finished listening to Ravensong and was not disappointed. Will begin my second listen in a few hours. As this is a long book and I'm impatient, I listened the first time with no breaks. I did fall asleep as it is long but having read the book I was able to pick up the storyline easily. This next time I will take breaks when feeling tired. TJ Klune captures the characters of this world and is true and consistent with each one. He spends a remarkable story of friend, family, and why you should surround yourself with your own made family either by relation of blood or by bond. Kirt Graves is one of my favorite narrators. I have listen to all the books he has graced us with his voice. When TJ completes the 3rd book I hope he sticks with Kirt as the narrator. It would be a shame and disservice to his fans if he doesn't. I'm not a believer in rehashing the story beyond the editors notes and sometimes it does the book a disadvantage in doing so. My recommendation is to read the books in order beginning with Wolfsong then Ravensong. Then listen to both.

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Top notch

Perfect definition of a sequel. I actually like this book better than the first. The first had some parts that dragged, but this one just flows. It does well complementing and advancing the overall story. Can't wait for the next!

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ANOTHER HOME RUN!!!

This series continues to leave me speechless. Every time I think it couldn’t possibly get better TJ surprises me yet again! Never has a series resonated with me the way this one does. I feel like I’m personal friends with each of the characters that TJ has created and let’s not forget Kirt! If I could give him more than 5 stars I would! He does an amazing job of bringing each character to life. I feel as though I just watched a movie not read a book! I’m so excited for the next installment! Bravo TJ! Bravo!

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beautiful

I totally, totally love the book. Its pretty painful. but I love angst. haha.
kirt graves is perfection, as well.
so.. yeah.. I NEED THE NEXT BOOK, LIKE, RIGHT NOW.
/CRAZY LAUGHS
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/CRIES

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OMG

let me start by saying I will routinely “rate” audible books by giving my stars, but there is only one other narrator I HAD to write a review for (Michael Lesley!) So, I read the book first and I loved it-TJ never disappoints. When I heard this audible version it blew my mind. Kirt was amazing-it wasn’t just his voice that was great, but the emotion was so very evident that at times I had tears in my eyes. I was mesmerized and felt the angst, drama, and suspense every step of the way. So, so good! But this, you won’t regret it!!!

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Go get this right now! But only if you’ve listening to Wolfsong first.

Kirt’s narration brings this story to life to a different degree. Reading Ravensong was all the tears, so many laughs, and eeeeeps everywhere! But hearing this story is beyond amazing. I like many have been waiting so patiently and it was worth the wait by far.
*returns to the beginning to listen all over again*

So much love for packpackpack

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  • Russell
  • college grove, TN, United States
  • 12-14-18

Magical Additional to the series

I was captivated by Wolfsong, the first book in the series. The second book, Ravensong, does not disappoint. There is not one thing I would change about this book. The content and narration is artfully executed. It transported me in to the characters universe with ease. I loved it and can’t wait until the next installments.

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Good but...

Alright, I have to say any points knocked off was because of the author's ×3 fetish. essentially, the "I/He/She/They said '-insert emotional repetitive phrase here' " thing along with the word×3 thing. It IS a very successful technique but the author over-uses it both here and in other series and that dilutes the impact. I DO like it but it is seriously overused to the point of being essentially the only reason stars were lost. The story is excellent and unique, the reading is excellent, but the overuse of dramatic technique has broken me enough to leave a review about it. On the plus side it seems to overuse the technique less than the previous book, but seriously. The author needs to edit their repetitive dramatics because those don't work nearly as well once they become tedious and happen approximately once every 30 minutes.

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You are a wizard

((I found myself talking like Rico the other day. I had a good laugh about it when i realized it))

I loved this book, of course I did. Gordo is my favorite grumpy a-hole to ever have grumped.
I did have a few issues with it though. 1st- Gordo is supposed to be some next level witch/wizard (I still almost peed myself at the "You are a Wizard Harry part (Ox)) even according to his father. If that's the case, why haven't we seen him do more amazing spells? Why couldn't he hold his wards against stupid Dane? Why can't he break his fathers curse? Seems to me all we got was fire-hand (or Firefist if this was Deadpool, HA!) and ice/rose wall... I just really expect more out of him by now, he's 40 years old-ish, darnit! He should be, like, Dumbledore level by now :p

My second issue is with the audio narration. All the female characters seem to bleed together at some point. They don't always sound the same, but a lot of times they do, especially Elizabeth and Meredith.
What's up with this feral Alpha wolf and Carter? I am so freaking curious it's not even funny.
Why does Gordo know him (even though he doesn't know he knows him yet)? I need answers!!

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Simply superb!!

This book is chalk full of every emotion possible!! There’s laughter, love, anguish, anger and so much more. Ravensong is definitely more darker and angstier than Wolfsong but Gordo is older and way more jaded than Ox will ever be. Kirt did another amazing job with this narration!!