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Murder of Crows Free read ã 6 S has sparked violence between the humans and the Others resulting in the murders of both species in nearby cities So when Meg has a dream about blood and black feathers in the snow Simon Wolfgard Lakeside's shape shifting leader wonders whether their blood prophet dreamed of a past attack or of. 25 StarsI absolutely loved loved loved the first book Which is why Murder of Crows disappointed me so much than it should have There are two main aspects that in my opinion ruined the story Meg s character and the plot If you will let me tell you what I thought If you loved this book like all my friends did then just ignore what I have to say I actually don t have a lot of expectations about a seuel The only thing I really ask for is good character development this however I feel is vital I allow a book series its characters and plots a lot of flaws in the beginning of the story The protagonists eg our hero or heroine can be cruel or na ve or weak or spoiled or broken or have almost any other character trait that normally shines a negative light on him or her Why Because flaws make fictional characters real Because I want to see the characters grow into something else Because I want their story to be given weight and meaning Sadly the only character development to speak of in this book surrounds the supporting charactersMeg is probably the character that is most subjectable to change and developmentWhen we met her she was this broken thing of a being that understandably had trouble handling the simplest tasks of daily life Because of the cruel actions she had to endure in all her life she was as helpless and na ve a girl as you can come by And because of what she is a blood prophet she was seen as one the purest creatures that exist Despite Meg being the main character of this series could she never be seen as a heroine as someone that impacts the direction of a story through her own will as someone that leaves their mark on the world She was the personification of a Mary Sue character Which is why I really needed Meg to grow beyond her limitations I wanted her to battle her past demons to fight to live without having to bleed to grow a consciousness of the world around her to form opinions by herself to learn to not be dependent to not want to please everyone to just say fuck you world because she can To become someone I want to follow on her journey None of that happened Meg remains the same girl we met in book one Not only is she helpless and doesn t do anything about it but also does everyone still fall over themselves to serve and protect her This worked for me in Written in Red because I could understand and imagine how hard this new life must be for her I could reason for why she managed to enchant the terra indigene However this merely annoyed and frustrated me in Murder of CrowsWhat makes matters even worse is that she is beyond passive in this book I loved to read about the daily routines in book one because it was just as new for the readers as it was for Meg But now that merely is boring to read about Further I must wonder whether this actually matches Meg s character Yes she was helpless and naive but she also survived and escaped her cruel upbringing Does this not mean she has fight in her Does this not mean she wants to discover what the world holds for her Does this not mean she wants to be the only one making the choices over her life I wonder how the author can reason keeping her character within the boundaries of the courtyard from keeping her from participating in the world The plot of Murder of Crows surrounds the whole slowly escalating conflict between the terra indigene and homo sapiens The whole concept simplifies to two sides of a unopened war The humans blame the Others for suppressing them which leads to individual aggressive actions against the latter and the Others blame the humans for not upholding their bargain and destroy whole civilizations to counter While I at first liked the premise of this and getting to know about the world building it soon became clear that what Ms Bishop had in mind just doesn t work as she intends it to Good and evil are often merely two sides of a coin A take of perspective A learned conditioned opinion Can the humans fault the Others for treating them as they treat their livestock Can the Others fault their intelligent meat for acting after their instincts to break the chains of suppression and fight for the chance to livePretty fast it becomes very clear what opinion the author tries to enforce upon the reader which isn t only too black and white to be true but also seems extremely short sighted The Others are betrayed as honorable creatures sure they see humans as walking talking meat but apparently the terra indigene let the humans live their lives as long as they impose no threat But once you take a closer look at the world once you start evaluating everyone s actions you will actually see that this isn t uite true In our world on Earth we have learned through wars and civilization that suppression slavery and physical punishments achieve a lot but don t lead to obedience and submission At least not on the long run The Others either don t know this despite them considering themselves as the superior species or don t care about it They act by punishing all human kind for the bad actions of a few At the same time humans acting good like our lovely inspector Monty are merely rewarded by the Others promising to withhold further slaughter for a short time I am not trying to defend the horrible actions some of these humans take but every action has a reaction And this whole scenario is nothing but a huge vicious circle There is no right or wrong no good or evil There are merely sides The Others And the humans Personally I think Ms Bishop is heading into a dangerous direction with the whole conflict For several reasons I feel she should have just stuck with what we knew about the world and left this impending war untouched For one if she wants to resolve the situation for the good of one or both species this takes a lot of time and effort This can t just be resolved on the fly in one or two books This takes some real commitmentFurther the whole terra indigene vs humans left Meg completely unfazed Apparently Not once did she have an opinion about terra indigene slaughtering whole cities Hey I am again not saying the Others aren t in their right but I am saying that as a human you must have some kind of feelings about this Again circling back to Meg s passiveness Unreal There is a lot left to say but uite frankly this book disappointed me so much that I had to force myself to finish it and even then it took days So a few things in shortPros Monty Loved him He s the only one that feels real Simon had his moments Made me giggle a few times and his inner dialog made me nod along However I feel like he s becoming too human I preferred him in book 1 Cons Sam is nonexistent Why I miss hearing from Tessa The romance doesn t interest me so much any I felt addicted to it in book one but I lost that feeling in this book Most terra indigene that we got to know in book one seem to be very different characters Why are they all going soft all of a sudden Also whenever Meg s name is mentioned everyone falls over their own feet to rush to her Annoying don t they have any lives themselves Nothing actually happens Sure there s a plot and we read from the bad guys s POV but there s no real curve to the story No climax No OMGWTFJUSTHAPPENED moments Nothing that will emotionally touch you I will be continuing to read this series but it no longer has me waiting excitedly for the day the next book is released To all of you who have yet to read this bookseries I hope you fare better with it than I did Pre read updates EDIT3AND SO IT BEGINS EDIT2OMG Am I hallucinatingIt freaking has a cover fangirldance IT HAS A COVER GUYS And an awesome one at that It fits so incredibly well to book one o Well chosen Mrs Bishop Now where are we on that earlier release Say tomorrow EDITIt s one of those days you know One of those days where I m looking for my next reading candy but nothing seems to be good enough EXCEPT ofc a freaking book that hasn t been released yet HELP Can we have an excerpt or something PLEASE I m starving here I SO WANTNEEDCRAVE this bookNOWPretty please The recreation of shifters vampires elementals prophets hell supernatural beings in general was soooooo refreshing I am addicted Plus I cannot wait to see how Meg and Simon s story is going to continue girly scream Yellow Brick War understandably had trouble handling the simplest tasks of daily life Because of the cruel actions she had to endure in all her life she was as helpless and na ve a girl as you can come by And because of what she is a blood prophet she was seen as one the purest creatures that exist Despite Meg being the main character of this series could she never be seen as a heroine as someone that impacts the direction of a story through her own will as someone that leaves their mark on the world She was the personification of a Mary Sue character Which is why I really needed Meg to grow beyond her limitations I wanted her to battle her past demons to fight to live without having to bleed to grow a consciousness of the world around her to form opinions by herself to learn to not be dependent to not want to please everyone to just say fuck you world because she can To become someone I want to follow on her journey None of that happened Meg remains the same girl we met in book one Not only is she helpless and doesn t do anything about it but also does everyone still fall over themselves to serve and protect her This worked for me in Written in Red because I could The Complete Excuses Handbook The Definitive Guide to Avoiding Blame and Shirking Responsibility for All Your Own Miserable Failings and Sloppy Mistakes understand and imagine how hard this new life must be for her I could reason for why she managed to enchant the terra indigene However this merely annoyed and frustrated me in Murder of CrowsWhat makes matters even worse is that she is beyond passive in this book I loved to read about the daily routines in book one because it was just as new for the readers as it was for Meg But now that merely is boring to read about Further I must wonder whether this actually matches Meg s character Yes she was helpless and naive but she also survived and escaped her cruel Lawrence Ferlinghetti versei upbringing Does this not mean she has fight in her Does this not mean she wants to discover what the world holds for her Does this not mean she wants to be the only one making the choices over her life I wonder how the author can reason keeping her character within the boundaries of the courtyard from keeping her from participating in the world The plot of Murder of Crows surrounds the whole slowly escalating conflict between the terra indigene and homo sapiens The whole concept simplifies to two sides of a A Coney Island of the Mind Poems unopened war The humans blame the Others for suppressing them which leads to individual aggressive actions against the latter and the Others blame the humans for not Fearful Hunter #1 upholding their bargain and destroy whole civilizations to counter While I at first liked the premise of this and getting to know about the world building it soon became clear that what Ms Bishop had in mind just doesn t work as she intends it to Good and evil are often merely two sides of a coin A take of perspective A learned conditioned opinion Can the humans fault the Others for treating them as they treat their livestock Can the Others fault their intelligent meat for acting after their instincts to break the chains of suppression and fight for the chance to livePretty fast it becomes very clear what opinion the author tries to enforce The Wedding Day upon the reader which isn t only too black and white to be true but also 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but every action has a reaction And this whole scenario is nothing but a huge vicious circle There is no right or wrong no good or evil There are merely sides The Others And the humans Personally I think Ms Bishop is heading into a dangerous direction with the whole conflict For several reasons I feel she should have just stuck with what we knew about the world and left this impending war Irresistible Intruder untouched For one if she wants to resolve the situation for the good of one or both species this takes a lot of time and effort This can t just be resolved on the fly in one or two books This takes some real commitmentFurther the whole terra indigene vs humans left Meg completely The Ripening Sun One Woman and the Creation of a Vineyard unfazed Apparently Not once did she have an opinion about terra indigene slaughtering whole cities Hey I am again not saying the Others aren t in their right but I am saying that as a human you must have some kind of feelings about this Again circling back to Meg s passiveness Unreal There is a lot left to say but The Razor's Edge uite frankly this book disappointed me so much that I had to force myself to finish it and even then it took days So a few things in shortPros Monty Loved him He s the only one that feels real Simon had his moments Made me giggle a few times and his inner dialog made me nod along However I feel like he s becoming too human I preferred him in book 1 Cons Sam is nonexistent Why I miss hearing from Tessa The romance doesn t interest me so much any I felt addicted to it in book one but I lost that feeling in this book Most terra indigene that we got to know in book one seem to be very different characters Why are they all going soft all of a sudden Also whenever Meg s name is mentioned everyone falls over their own feet to rush to her Annoying don t they have any lives themselves Nothing actually happens Sure there s a plot and we read from the bad guys s POV but there s no real curve to the story No climax No OMGWTFJUSTHAPPENED moments Nothing that will emotionally touch you I will be continuing to read this series but it no longer has me waiting excitedly for the day the next book is released To all of you who have yet to read this bookseries I hope you fare better with it than I did Pre read The Old Man Who Loved Cheese updates EDIT3AND SO IT BEGINS EDIT2OMG Am I hallucinatingIt freaking has a cover fangirldance IT HAS A COVER GUYS And an awesome one at that It fits so incredibly well to book one o Well chosen Mrs Bishop Now where are we on that earlier release Say tomorrow EDITIt s one of those days you know One of those days where I m looking for my next reading candy but nothing seems to be good enough EXCEPT ofc a freaking book that hasn t been released yet HELP Can we have an excerpt or something PLEASE I m starving here I SO WANTNEEDCRAVE this bookNOWPretty please The recreation of shifters vampires elementals prophets hell supernatural beings in general was soooooo refreshing I am addicted Plus I cannot wait to see how Meg and Simon s story is going to continue girly scream

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Murder of Crows Free read ã 6 After winning the trust of the terra indigene residing in the Lakeside Courtyard Meg Corbyn has had trouble figuring out what it means to live among them As a human Meg should be barely tolerated prey but her abilities as a cassandra sangue make her something The appearance of two addictive drug. For those of you who didn t like the slow pace of the first bookWelp you re gonna want to give this series a pass because this one is of the sameMe For some reason I really loved itAnd all the complaints about how the last book had too many details of Meg Co just sort of doing silly nothingness like brushing their teeth Yep Same sort of day to day minutiae included in this oneSoEither you re interested in the characters and world or you re notI don t blame anyone who isn t into this because the vast majority of the time I m annoyed when I have to read about bullshit details that don t really do anything for the storyBut I simply cannot get enough of these guysWhat can I say Ok so with a title like Murder of Crows can you guess what happens in the storyYepPlus other stuff that Meg and her new friends have to figure out Drug are bad M KayEverything just kind of inches along and by the end everyone knows a bit than they did when the story started Again I have no idea why I like this series so muchGood stuff If you liked the first book you ll probably like this one

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Murder of Crows Free read ã 6 A future threat As the urge to speak prophecies strikes Meg freuently trouble finds its way inside the Courtyard Now the Others and the handful of humans residing there must work together to stop the man bent on reclaiming their blood prophet and stop the danger that threatens to destroy them a. Actual rating 3545897468 starsThis one should have been thrice as deadly as the first instalment in the series was Or wasn t Or should have been but shockingly proved to be not Or vice versa Perhaps Then again maybe not In case you were wondering YES I am feeling slightly a little bit confused as fish right now I think view spoiler hide spoiler

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