Liam Davis & the Raven by Anyta Sunday
- Publication Date: March 15th 2014
- Genres: New Adult, LGBT, Romance
- Format: eBook
- Pages: 218
- Date Read: August 8th, 2018
- Links: Goodreads
Liam Davis and the Raven is so far my least favorite of all Anyta Sunday’s books so far. It wasn’t a terrible book, I just didn’t really care much about what was going on in it. The story was more of a comic book thing: the mysterious Raven is beating up the bad guys, and a determined journalist is trying to find out who this hero of the night is, despite common sense urging him to drop the matter. My favorite parts of this book were the secondary characters.
The mystery in this book is particularly weak and it was predictable. So, though I liked some of the book (in theory) and the writing style, I was underwhelmed by the Mystery and most of this book to be honest.
As for the story itself, I don’t think the importance of the Scribe was sufficently developed. In remembering my college days, I don’t recall the newspaper being that big a deal. Maybe it was my college but, heh. And I get that new adults are overly dramatic but…
Anyway, I liked enough to keep reading and all. And there were some great elements to this story.
That’s all for this review! Have you read this book? If so, what are your thoughts on it? Let me know in the comments!