Ravencliffe

Ravencliffe

Book - 2014
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Seventeen-year-old Ava Hall continues to learn more about herself and her heritage through her work in a New York City settlement house as well as through her social obligations with the Blythewood girls.
Publisher: New York :, Viking, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA),, 2014
ISBN: 9780670784776
Branch Call Number: TEEN FIC Goo
Characteristics: 425 pages

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Nymeria23
Aug 16, 2015

Alrighty, Mrs. Goodman sure has no problem grabbing and keeping my attention. From the very first chapter, to the very last, I couldn't put this book down for long. Spoilers!
Okay, so many thoughts are running through my head right now! She found her dad, who has the pages of 'A Darkness of Angels' stitched into his feathers. The Order and Darklings have made a truce to fight the shadows with the faeries help and each side has accepted Ava who is actually a phoenix. The changelings were a big part of the book with Rue and Miss Corey (who is actually one). The dancing girls were saved and now their is the 'Fledgling League' which is a group of Blythewood girls and Darkling youths. Raven was found and saved, and loves Ava just like she loves him. There's a cure for Louisa that Pythagoras knows, and with Helen saving Nathan, he was able to fully dispel the shadows that had overcome him. Helen can stand but is waiting to show so Nathan can believe he saved her, and their relationship still seems to be just friends, which makes me think Nathan still likes Ava (and she in her own way also loves him). The new tower that the Order invested in has a giant clock to protect the city of New York from shadows. Ava's grandmother is sticking close by. And everyone is finally aware of the true threat- Judicus and his plans to put the whole world to war.

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Mar 29, 2015

ml2001 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 20

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