Raven Woman’s Tavern by Laura Koerber – Review by Megan Watson

Raven Woman's TavernRaven Woman’s Tavern by Laura Koerber
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The setting is 10 years in the future in and around a little town called Warrentown in Washington…  It’s not hard to believe the dystopian world Laura Koerber has built as many of the issues mentioned have been current events for so long.
Generally, I do not struggle to read from multiple point of views, but I did struggle to know what was going on during this read. It may have been too often of a transition because the author did a fabulous job of getting into the mood of multiple head spaces. I could definitely hear the differences between transitions; maybe it was just too frequent for me to keep a steady track of what was happening.
Warrentown is aptly described as a small, isolated town that made me recall my own history in a town similar. All in all, the imagery of this story is great and the characters of this book have potential, I’m just not entirely sure what the plot of this book was. I did like reading about Charlie and Val and enjoyed the character progression of Baylor.

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