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He looked up at the canopy of fine cloth above their heads, fingers clutching the bed coverings. Bloodraven lifted a brow. There had been arcane goings on, he was sure. Between the witch and the sly creature who ruled this place, and Yhalen. But superstition aside, it was only prudent to know if he were taking his rest in a place aswirl with dark and dangerous magic only waiting for the right moment to spring.
Felt most uncomfortable having that reliance upon him. Yhalen cocked his head, eyes regaining their focus, taking another, more clinical look about the room. The comforts that humans convinced themselves they needed were astonishing. It seemed such a waste of time and effort, all of the rich adornment. And yet He imagined something between the two.
A simple, honest hall made of wood and stone, with tall ceilings and broad windows that might be shuttered in the cold of winter and thrown wide to welcome spring and summer warmth. At the high end of the valley would be the place for it. And in the valley below, neat fields, rich with crops suited for this temperate range.
The hunting would be good in the forests surrounding the vale. It would be a fine place, a safe place to bring them—if a bargain could be struck with the dark prince who ruled this keep. Download Bloodraven by Nunn P. We only index and link to content provided by other sites.
REVIEW: Bloodraven by P.L.Nunn
He looked up at the canopy of fine cloth above their heads, fingers clutching the bed coverings. Bloodraven lifted a brow. There had been arcane goings on, he was sure. Between the witch and the sly creature who ruled this place, and Yhalen.
Bloodraven by Nunn P. L
Review Elizabeth King reviewed on July 13, This book had me absolutely hooked from start to finish. The political intrigue was perfect, with multiple characters all varying shades of grey morality presenting an engaging world. The sinister Elvardo especially was a terrifyingly interesting figure, and probably my favourite character. I loved this book, and while it may not be for the faint of heart, reading it was an enriching experience.