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Return to the Twilight Court. Among the Cherokee there is a legend, a myth about witches who steal from the sick and dying. These witches are called raven-mockers, after the sound they make when they scour the night for victims. The legend is true but the Cherokee got one thing wrong about raven-mockers. They're not witches at all; they're fairies. Now Seren must find Return to the Twilight Court. Among the Cherokee there is a legend, a myth about witches who steal from the sick and dying. These witches are called raven-mockers, after the sound they make when they scour the night for victims. The legend is true but the Cherokee got one thing wrong about raven-mockers. They're not witches at all; they're fairies. Now Seren must find proof of their crimes, so she can stop the raven-mockers from breaking the truce between fairies and humans. But what she finds is a truth far more shocking than she ever expected. Delve further into the mysteries of the Fairy Realm with the kick-ass half-human princess of the Twilight Court. Scroll up and grab your copy today!


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Return to the Twilight Court. Among the Cherokee there is a legend, a myth about witches who steal from the sick and dying. These witches are called raven-mockers, after the sound they make when they scour the night for victims. The legend is true but the Cherokee got one thing wrong about raven-mockers. They're not witches at all; they're fairies. Now Seren must find Return to the Twilight Court. Among the Cherokee there is a legend, a myth about witches who steal from the sick and dying. These witches are called raven-mockers, after the sound they make when they scour the night for victims. The legend is true but the Cherokee got one thing wrong about raven-mockers. They're not witches at all; they're fairies. Now Seren must find proof of their crimes, so she can stop the raven-mockers from breaking the truce between fairies and humans. But what she finds is a truth far more shocking than she ever expected. Delve further into the mysteries of the Fairy Realm with the kick-ass half-human princess of the Twilight Court. Scroll up and grab your copy today!

30 review for Raven-Mocking

  1. 4 out of 5

    Agnieszka

    I can't stand Tiernan... he's overbearing, a snob and a jealous asshole. I have absolutely no idea why Seren loves him - hate insta love that's why I'm hopeing she'll finally boot him and start with Raza who is much deeper character...and you can actually see the feelings DEVELOPING!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dallass

    So much fun I am enjoying this series immensely. Seren is a great character to follow as she is also learning about the intricacies of the fey realm and its courts, so it doesn’t feel quite as info dumpy when characters explain the needed information. Raza is growing on Seren - look out Tiernan - and the addition of a new magical group has both the fey and human councils in a tizzy. Can’t wait to partake of book 4 4 stars ⭐️

  3. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Kinda confusing. There were so many characters in this book it was virtually impossible to keep track of everyone. There is a good story line, but it just got suppressed due to so many physical descriptions. I would love more character development in this series. And to have more of the book. Unfortunately it ended at 83%

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jacquelyn

    Exceptional Sincerely, this series is amazing. It continues to grow and progress. It's not just the same story rehashing over and over. Truly it is amazing. My biggest, really only pet peeve... the your vs you're. It's not really that big of a deterrent in the grand scheme but it personally annoys me.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

    Raven Mocker was a very interesting plot line! it gave the reader more of a background about the origins of the Extinguishers as well as the Fae, without having being told directly by an innre monologue. I was very surprised but also kind of curious about Raza being the father of one of the Raven-Mockers. Turns out that is his only child as well, so he is a very concerned parent in this book becuase his son is being accused of murder. I loved seeing this softer side of Raza and getting to know h Raven Mocker was a very interesting plot line! it gave the reader more of a background about the origins of the Extinguishers as well as the Fae, without having being told directly by an innre monologue. I was very surprised but also kind of curious about Raza being the father of one of the Raven-Mockers. Turns out that is his only child as well, so he is a very concerned parent in this book becuase his son is being accused of murder. I loved seeing this softer side of Raza and getting to know him. I think its pretty safe to say that he is definitely going to be part of the RH. I loved Seren's interactions with Raza, Teirnan kind of took a back seat in this book, but that was necessary in order for us to get to know Raza. I think the introduction of a new race (the witches) was well introduced and very interesting. I cant wait to see what happens with the new political dynamics, especially considering that the witches cant really enter fae without series consequences, and the fact that they seem to be really stuck in their ways. Obviously everything worked out in the end, even if their were some losses along the way, i still enjoyed the book immensely!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Karmen

    In this latest book, Amy takes us on another Fairy-tastic journey! While investigating a series of attacks both as Fairy Princess and Ambassador, we are taken on an unexpected journey with Seren! I'm amazed at how Amy keeps coming up with such flawlessly executed stories. Amy's writing is fantastic and as the plot begins to unfold throughout this novel you'll be wooed by unforeseen outcomes. Every book I've read by Amy is incredibly hard to put down and I'm constantly sucked into the amazing wor In this latest book, Amy takes us on another Fairy-tastic journey! While investigating a series of attacks both as Fairy Princess and Ambassador, we are taken on an unexpected journey with Seren! I'm amazed at how Amy keeps coming up with such flawlessly executed stories. Amy's writing is fantastic and as the plot begins to unfold throughout this novel you'll be wooed by unforeseen outcomes. Every book I've read by Amy is incredibly hard to put down and I'm constantly sucked into the amazing worlds she creates. This story is no exception to her talent! Ms. Amy Sumida deserves the highest of accolades for another job well done!

  7. 4 out of 5

    T.

    Raven-mocking, the third book of the Twilight Court series, is a book I picked up through Kindle Unlimited. I'm a fan of Sumida's writings, and enjoy her worldbuilding. I dropped the Twilight Court series a long time ago because I got caught up in her Godhunter series, which is quite lengthy. I rediscovered Raven-mocking when I was scrolling through my TBR list and snapped up a copy. I'm sucked into the characters and story again, and I'm happy to say the characters were memorable enough, I pick Raven-mocking, the third book of the Twilight Court series, is a book I picked up through Kindle Unlimited. I'm a fan of Sumida's writings, and enjoy her worldbuilding. I dropped the Twilight Court series a long time ago because I got caught up in her Godhunter series, which is quite lengthy. I rediscovered Raven-mocking when I was scrolling through my TBR list and snapped up a copy. I'm sucked into the characters and story again, and I'm happy to say the characters were memorable enough, I picked up the plot from where I left off. This author has a talent for re-interpreting myths and legends to spin a great tale. Loved the raven-native American tie-in.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Heather Gilbert

    Book 3 is better than the first 2 There are very few book series that actually get BETTER as they go along, yet this one fits the bill. Gone are the over expressive descriptions and unnecessary rehashing. Instead, the characters are finding their way and the story is fleshing out in an entertaining, and funny, way. Seren is coming into her own and it is finally starting to hint at the slow burn RH goodreads whispered about. Inventive, delightful and engaging. Starting book 4 now.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jim Guldner

    Still a delightful read Again, a wealth of fairy, fey, witchy history(?), enough to make you want to break out your old boss on mythology, and dig up ones about the Irish variants. Enjoyed the reveal of another world too complicate Seren's life, the seeming resolution of Gaza's infatuation, the joy of her writing with its sometimes very straightforward, soap you in the face style of sarcasm. But I especially enjoyed learning how to name someone a dickhead in Gaelic😅😅👍 Keep going, it should be inte Still a delightful read Again, a wealth of fairy, fey, witchy history(?), enough to make you want to break out your old boss on mythology, and dig up ones about the Irish variants. Enjoyed the reveal of another world too complicate Seren's life, the seeming resolution of Gaza's infatuation, the joy of her writing with its sometimes very straightforward, soap you in the face style of sarcasm. But I especially enjoyed learning how to name someone a dickhead in Gaelic😅😅👍 Keep going, it should be interesting to see her further adventures amongst the 9 Dragon world.👏👏

  10. 5 out of 5

    Robin Siota Breeding

    Another good read This third book in the series didn’t disappoint! Great new characters and a lot of excitement. I’m glad the story included a vast array of new characters in the human realm. It was interesting to see how the vampires, werewolves and Native American crows developed from fey races. A nice crossover. Lord Raza is now one of my favorite characters! Looking forward to the next book!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Good book looking forward to the next I enjoyed the continuation of Princess Seren. I liked the idea of where witches came from and the problems that created. I can not wait to see what happens in the Court of the Nine Brother. The world creation is marvelous. It is more fantasy/urban fantasy than RH. There is only one love interest in this book and the sex is kept to a bare minimum.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sarafresh

    This series is really good, I'm fixing to start book four. The characters are well developed along with the story line. My only complaint is that every book has a re-explaining of all the characters so it seems to take a while to really dig into the adventure, but once your in it you can't put it down!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Fjlam

    So far this is one of my favorites of this series. The writing flows well. More characters are introduced, and some we get to know better. Tiernan really starts to get annoying at parts. He has some trust issues. Raza doesn’t know when to back off. Serena does pretty well as she is still learning and growing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Louise

    I much preferred this tp the last one. The story is a lot more interesting and their were some real laugh out loud moments in it too. I would like to know more about the boy who talks to animals though.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mercy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. So people die in unnatural ways, a man with powers catches an invisible presence taking a man's life essence on tape. The way of the extraction resembles the Raven-Mockers who are a twilight fey, mixed with humans for generations. Seren finds and confronts them for their perceived crimes only to meet Raza's only son and his extended family. They say they are innocent. So Seren believes them. They find out it was a witch a far away descendant of Raven-Mockers with only remnants of fey magic but en So people die in unnatural ways, a man with powers catches an invisible presence taking a man's life essence on tape. The way of the extraction resembles the Raven-Mockers who are a twilight fey, mixed with humans for generations. Seren finds and confronts them for their perceived crimes only to meet Raza's only son and his extended family. They say they are innocent. So Seren believes them. They find out it was a witch a far away descendant of Raven-Mockers with only remnants of fey magic but enough mutated to be formidable. Turns out there are whole covens of witches living on the fringes and being very aware of the fey and the Estingushers. Seren wants peace and a new treaty forged and in the middle of the negotiations the real raven-mockers disappear along side with some returned witches and a fight is imminent before they figure out all is staged. Long story short it turns out the parents of the coven that can resurrect dead people are thinking these witches are abominations and should be killed so they stage events to bring war. Seren saves the day with Tiernan and her posse. Raza is a good distraction stealing kisses and hugs and sweet words but Seren believes in love shared between only 2 people not a threesome soshe keeps refusing.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Frances Law

    A Fey mystery Princess Seren Firethorn, the half human daughter of the Twilight King, is called on to control the Raven Mockers, Twilight Fey living among the Cherokee. The Cherokee have a story that there are witches who visit the old and ill where they steal the last of their lives. Little does she know that this simple investigation could lead to a full out war between Humans and the Fey! A very involved and satisfying mystery.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    Good read Another good read from the Twilight Court series. As with the previous books in the series, there are a few grammatical issues, but nothing that can't be overlooked, if desired. Overall, I am still really enjoying this series. The storyline of each book keeps my attention until the end, and is different enough from the others that it hasn't gotten too repetitive.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Myla Aguilar

    Witchy ok this series has gotten way better and only a few edit errors. I love that the writer keeps are main characters while adding more in the mix. Well made characters, magic, action, romance and some nicely done twists added to this series. I cannot wait to read the next book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Abi

    Awesome! I love these books with all my heart! I think my favorite characters, besides Seren and Danu of course, are Uisdean and Uncle Dylan. They’re hilarious! Suffice to say, these books are amazing, and this one introduces a whole new race of people. 5 stars.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Carolina Malfettano

    Another perfect book Another story of Seren and her gang that ends and leaves me with a huge smile on my face and it leaves me anxious to know what comes next. I won’t stop until the end :)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Page Roman

    Once again another amazing book So enthralled with this series! I look forward to reading the books. I look forward to finishing up this series and starting over with another series from this author.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Terri West

    Am enjoying this series as I have Amy's previous books, my biggest criticism would be that it is getting dangerously close to being too similar to the Godhunter series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mandi

    Love! I love this series and I love this author!! I can't wait to read the next one! Thank you Amy!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    It just gets better and better as the series continues. Love it!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Clare

    I love it. I kinda want this to turn into a RH. Tieran, raza, Corni 😍 would make my days!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lara Lenc

    Fun, refreshing read I love the light, quick-paced, humorous feel of this series. It's especially good for tipping adults or a light read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    3/9 Loving each book = unique story!

  28. 5 out of 5

    KDinSC

    Excellent I keep loving this series more, with each new book! kick-a$$/smart-aleck heroine, sexy boyfriend,and would be consists, and epic urban fantasy.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ritchie Rodgers

    Great Series Can't stop once I start a book in this series. Each one is so good. Really good series to try it you like Fantasy and Romance novels.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Julie Harper

    Excellent new take on a fairy tale. Gives them a modern twist.

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