Raven Woman’s Tavern by Laura Koerber – Reviewed by Corine Lombardi

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

Raven Woman’s Tavern By: Laura Koerber
Genre: Historical Fantasy
Pages: 172

This book was a good read, the first few chapters suck you in and then it hits a bit of a plateau.
The story is overall rounded to complete its POV however the plot seems a bit scattered.
This story focuses much on life lessons by highlighting realistic points that keep you engrossed in the read.
This book is the definition of don’t judge a book by its cover, the story is not so much Raven Woman’s Tavern even though that is a point imperative to the main characters story.
If you are interested in unanswered questions or a cliff hanger then yes you will not be disappointed.
This story was open and shut, easy and enticing I wish it had a bit more direction.
What does the future hold for humankind?
A story with adventurous danger with a realistic twist.
This is a four-star read worth the thought of the possible future.

“This is my bar, and I will run it however I damn well please. We’re closed because I say so.”

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