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The Storm Crow In the tropical kingdom of Rhodaire magical elemental Crows are part of every aspect of lifeuntil the Illucian empire invades destroying everythingThat terrible night has thrown Princess Anthia into a deep depression Her sister Caliza is busy running the kingdom after their mother's death but all Thia can do is think of all she has lostBut when Caliza is forced to agree to a marriage between Thia and the crown prince of Illucia Thia is finally spurred into action And after stumbling upon a hidden Crow egg in the rubble of a rookery she and her sister devise a dangerous plan to hatch the egg in secret and get back what was taken from them

About the Author: Kalyn Josephson

Kalyn Josephson is the author of THE STORM CROW duology By day she's a Technical Writer in Silicon Valley which leaves room for too many bad puns about technically being a writer She grew up in San Luis Obispo CA but now lives in the Bay Area with four awesome friends because it’s the Bay and she’d like to be able to retire one day and two black cats who are like a tiny dragon and an

10 thoughts on “The Storm Crow

  1. says:

    Six of Crows really did ruin me for all other books I just saw the word “crow” and thought “no idea what this is about but I’m definitely in”

  2. says:

    The Storm Crow is officially a new all time favorite read Consider me obsessed x10000 uick note because I get asked this a lot yes there is a seuel coming ; and I'm lucky enough to have read an early version and omgggggg it's so good So for those of you who get to the end and need rest easy There will be view spoiler And we haven't seen the last of Ericen ; hide spoiler

  3. says:

    I read this for an experiment I did on my YouTube channel where my best friend picked out my tbr I was so surprised by this book It had so many elements that I love in a book from strong friendships to complicated sibling relationships to being an overall well paced story I can't say it's the most original fantasy out there but it definitely impressed me and I'm looking forward to getting my ha

  4. says:

    That’s it the world needs young adult fantasy books about mental health “It’s difficult to walk against the wind It takes strength” First let’s do the this meets that and satiate your impatient beast of a curiosity shall we? My beloved pitch would be Eragon finding last egg and hatching it—though the hatching happens much later in this book; ending reveal meets And I Darken con

  5. says:

    December Fairyloot Clink on link below the picture to see the goodies THE GOODIESI LOVE THIS COVERThis book was amaze balls Welp looks like another ARC I will be preordering the hardback I’m going to add a few spoilers so Don’t read after the gifs unless you want a bit of spoileryThe shit hits the fan maybe a page out of the gate Thia is having a good time out joyriding on one of the elemental

  6. says:

    i am pleasantly surprised by how much i enjoyed this its a very original and uniue premise which held my attention pretty much throughout the entire book i would definitely consider this a foundational book its sets the scene for the story but its uite slow in terms of plot not a lot happens other than getting a feel for the characters and seeing how the different kingdoms interact with each other i

  7. says:

    In the Kingdom of Rhodaire the people rely on magical giant crows with elemental powers to help them with everything from growing crops producing weapons and controlling the weather The crows are not slaves but are revered They work together with humans and are a part of their way of life This book starts out with Rhodaire being invaded by another Kingdom Illucia The crows are killed several people clo

  8. says:

    For some people what apparently drew them to this book are the crow element as well as the allusion to Six of Crows which I have yet to finish Feel free to hate me But what made me excited to start this personally was the fact that mental illness is discussed even though fantasy worlds prefer to focus on the action and magic than the relationship one has with themselves their own body mental health I th

  9. says:

    Here are the top five reasons you Yes you should read the storm crow1 Just look at that cover Even if you never read it you need this book on your shelf It is gorgeous and will be a great edition to your bookshelf2 The writing will satisfy every reader If your a reader who needs fast paced writing with lots of action The Storm Crow is for you If you love amazing images painted with words The Storm Crow is

  10. says:

    Right So this was one of those books I put off with the whole Oh I really want to read thattomorrow attitude that my TBR pile absolutely hates me for 40 books fell on my yesterday and tbh can I even blame them But I just read it today and I was?? So impressed and happy I've struggled with fantasy for a bit because I keep wanting mental neurodiverse and ueer characters and POC rep and etc etcsigh Apparently n

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