Book Review: Lord of Ravens (Inheritance Book 3) by A.K. Faulkner

Quentin's father wants him to come home, and with the help of magic, he's not only found Quentin but also a way to potentially force his hand in the matter. But Laurence has realized he can do magic too, and taking down Quentin's father is all the motivation he needs to start learning.

Book Cover - Lord of Ravens by A.K. Faulkner
Title: Lord of Ravens
Book Number: Book 3
Pages: 363
My Rating: 4 Stars
More Info: Goodreads // Amazon


This was another great book in a series I’m enjoying. To be honest, I don’t have much to say about this book specifically, but it had all the same great things as the previous two books—characters I liked and felt for, a sweet relationship, some emotional moments, some sexy moments, interesting supernatural powers and magic, a story that kept my attention.

This one was a bit lighter on the plot, but I didn’t mind; sometimes series need the occasional slower book to set things up, give background info, delve deeper into characters and their relationships, etc. I’m glad to finally have some answers about Quentin’s past, even though it is quite heavy and disturbing. But, though there was darkness, the struggles it brought really showed how much Laurence and Quentin care about each other. And the author doesn’t just throw things in as backstory and then brush them aside, they continue to affect the characters.

We were also introduced to spellcasting kinda magic. Plus, both Quentin and Laurence learned a bit more about and expanded their supernatural powers. There was also a new character brought in, and Laurence now has a raven familiar!

So all in all, another enjoyable book spent with likeable characters, and I am once again looking forward to continuing their story!

Trigger/Content Warning: Depiction of physical abuse and mention of rape of a child.

*Rating: 4 Stars // Read Date: 2022 // Format: Ebook via TTS*


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