The Crow

The Crow

Book - 2006
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Whilst his sister, Maerad, pursues her dangerous destiny in the frozen North, Hem is sent south to Turbansk for his own safety. But, soon the forces of the Dark overrun the great city and Hem flees with his mentor Saliman, his white crow Irc, and a young orphan girl Zelika, to join the resistance.

Publisher: London : Walker, 2006
Edition: 1st U.S. paperback ed
ISBN: 9781406301373
140630137X
9780763641467
0763641464
Characteristics: 509 p. : map ; 20 cm

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erin89
Jul 20, 2015

This is from Hem's POV. I made it 3 chapters before I could no longer force it for the sake of the series. I can't stand his personality and was happy when him and Maerad parted ways thinking oh thank heavens I won't have to read that little twerp again. Wrong.

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lorart
Jul 01, 2013

This is the darkest book in the series. I enjoyed the series overall, but this one is extra disturbing.

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Violet_Dog_237
Jun 05, 2013

I really liked it, but preferred the others - it's harder to connect with Hem than Maerad.

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lorart
Jul 01, 2013

lorart thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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