Witching Bones (The Wild Hunt #8, Ante-Fae Adventure #2)
When you dance with Death, you've got to be willing to roll the bones... Raven Bonetalker, the Daughter of Bones, has her plate full. Not only is her neighbor still driving her nuts, but she’s in a new relationship with Kipa, the Lord of the Wolves, and neither one is ready for everything that entails. But life takes a sinister turn when a spirit begins siphoning off the life force of one of Kipa’s wolf shifters. Gunnar, a member of the SuVahta—the pack of divine werewolves bound to the Lord of Wolves—is dying, and nobody can figure out why. Gunnar blames himself for the death of his beloved wife, and he believes she is haunting him. When Kipa asks Raven to examine the shifter, she finds a far deadlier spirit latched onto the werewolf. And the only way Raven can help is to first agree to a deadly alliance with one of the ancient Ante-Fae—Arachna, the Web Weaver. But Arachna’s price is far steeper than Raven can afford to pay, and the fallout threatens to shake the very core of Raven’s life.

Witching Bones (The Wild Hunt #8, Ante-Fae Adventure #2) Details

TitleWitching Bones (The Wild Hunt #8, Ante-Fae Adventure #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseSep 2nd, 2019
PublisherNightqueen Enterprises LLC
Rating
GenreFantasy, Urban Fantasy

Witching Bones (The Wild Hunt #8, Ante-Fae Adventure #2) Review

  • Alina L.
    January 1, 1970
    Natural wild woman coming through!This is the 2nd book from Raven's point of view and I love the new sides of her we got to see. While she came off as the most badass and most confident woman ever in her first book, this time we got to see her more vulnerable sides: her new romantic relationship and her relationship with her parents. All this while fighting some uglies, of course!What I liked most is that we get a quick view of what it means of being a young ante-fae. We get to see her being par Natural wild woman coming through!This is the 2nd book from Raven's point of view and I love the new sides of her we got to see. While she came off as the most badass and most confident woman ever in her first book, this time we got to see her more vulnerable sides: her new romantic relationship and her relationship with her parents. All this while fighting some uglies, of course!What I liked most is that we get a quick view of what it means of being a young ante-fae. We get to see her being parented by her mother (can't give more details without giving away spoilers) after making a quick, not thought through, very unwise decision. This was typical for a teenager that sometimes doesn't think of all aspects of a big decision. Considering how Ms. Galenorn kept repeating how Raven is young, this little action fits in amazingly with her story.While other Raven books haven't been announced in the Wild Hunt series (yet), I look forward to seeing more of her.
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  • Jill
    January 1, 1970
    Love, Death, and Spiders Yasmine has done it again. She has turned out a great story with love, magic, death, and enemies. Raven had a new love and with it comes a few surprises. In the course of helping friends she ends up making an enemy that has ties to spiders. This book was a page turner with lots of returning friends and also new. I could not put it down.
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  • Emma Fearon
    January 1, 1970
    Wow, just wow.I liked the previous Raven book, but this one felt far more in depth, and really learning much more about her and her family. Absolutely incredible, completely enthralling.
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