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Ravensong

Green Creek, Book 2
By: TJ Klune
Narrated by: Kurt Graves
Length: 20 hrs and 18 mins
5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)
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Summary

Gordo Livingstone never forgot the lessons carved into his skin. Hardened by the betrayal of a pack who left him behind, he sought solace in the garage in his tiny mountain town, vowing never again to involve himself in the affairs of wolves. 

It should have been enough. 

And it was, until the wolves came back, and with them, Mark Bennett. In the end, they faced the beast together as a pack...and won. 

Now, a year later, Gordo has found himself once again the witch of the Bennett pack. Green Creek has settled after the death of Richard Collins, and Gordo constantly struggles to ignore Mark and the song that howls between them. 

But time is running out. Something is coming. And this time, it’s crawling from within. 

Some bonds, no matter how strong, were made to be broken.

©2018 Dreamspinner Press (P)2018 Dreamspinner Press

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Fabulous

Now this book is a slow burner and I struggled with the first seven chapters. However, as the book picked up the pace I can see they were essential in gaining an understanding of Gordo the man by knowing Gordo the boy. As well as a deeper knowldge of the Bennett pack.
This is a book of much sadness and rage at the same time containing much that is beautiful. It is not simply a book about good versus evil as both humans and wolves are more complex than that. There is much that will pain you but also much to uplift you.
I would argue that it is essential to have read the first book, Wolfsong. I enjoyed this book more perhaps because some gaps were filled in and knowing this story cannot end here.
Lastly, TJ Klune's prose and Kurt Graves' narration is a match made in heaven.

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  • Claire
  • Swansea, Wales
  • 08-01-19

Outstanding

Kirt Graves again brings TJ’s wonderful wolf story to life with his myriad of talent.

I was gripped the whole way through...

An audio orgasm 😬

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Pure brilliance

Sometimes there are moments of pure brilliance when a great author and a great narrator collaborate to make an audio story more than the sum of its parts. Ravensong (and Wolfsong too) is one of these rare occurrences - it’s a beautiful tale full of complex characters and emotion, and Kirt’s narration elevates all is this and brings it to life in a way I don’t think any other narrator could achieve. Pure brilliance.

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Really drew me into the story

I am always astonished by how varied TJ Klune’s books are. This series is completely different to any of the other books I’ve listened to by them. This story slowly hooked me in and got me more and more absorbed until I was really sad when it was over. The rating slowly crept up in my mind during that time. It’s so thoroughly thought out in terms of plot and characters, and the slightly odd use of language went from being odd and distracting at the start, to strangely endearing by the time the book finished. Really looking forward to the next book in the series.

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Another superb performance from Kirt...

All I can say is that Kirt's narration of this monster audio is just as brilliant as his narration of Wolfsong. The only quibble I had was the fact that Patrice's accent seemed to vary from N'Awlins to the West Indies...but a very minor point indeed. Fab-u-lous!! 5 well-deserved stars.

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5 stars from me 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟. Enjoyed this one so much more than Wolfsong, and I thought that was stunning!! There was humour [thank goodness 😁], I loved the interactions between Gordo and the rest of the guys at the garage, there were plenty of feels and the love...the second chance love between Gordo and Mark was there on every page for all to see, even if it took Gordo quite a while to get with the programme and forgive Mark and the rest of the wolves for leaving him behind...😉. There were tears too from this reader [it's a TJ story...what can I say?? 😢], and so much disgust for Michelle Hughes [traitorous b***h that she is] that I can only hope she and Gordo's dad, the hated Robert Livingstone [who the heck invited him to come back?? 😲], burn in the fires of hell...the sooner, the better. Methinks Robert won't find it easy to tear the big timber wolf and Carter apart either 🤣....

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Gritty, touching and addictive

Writing at its very best! TJ Klune .. such a talent .. I’m so glad I discovered his books and his witty, dry humour! This series is truly addictive and surprises at every turn! Characters you care about and fight with.. being part the Bennet pack is a great place to be! Kurt Graves narration is perfect!

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  • N Florida
  • 07-12-18

As good as it gets

Just finished listening to Ravensong and was not disappointed. Will begin my second listen in a few hours. As this is a long book and I'm impatient, I listened the first time with no breaks. I did fall asleep as it is long but having read the book I was able to pick up the storyline easily. This next time I will take breaks when feeling tired. TJ Klune captures the characters of this world and is true and consistent with each one. He spends a remarkable story of friend, family, and why you should surround yourself with your own made family either by relation of blood or by bond. Kirt Graves is one of my favorite narrators. I have listen to all the books he has graced us with his voice. When TJ completes the 3rd book I hope he sticks with Kirt as the narrator. It would be a shame and disservice to his fans if he doesn't. I'm not a believer in rehashing the story beyond the editors notes and sometimes it does the book a disadvantage in doing so. My recommendation is to read the books in order beginning with Wolfsong then Ravensong. Then listen to both.

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  • Kevin Wesley
  • 06-12-18

Top notch

Perfect definition of a sequel. I actually like this book better than the first. The first had some parts that dragged, but this one just flows. It does well complementing and advancing the overall story. Can't wait for the next!

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  • Amanda
  • 10-12-18

ANOTHER HOME RUN!!!

This series continues to leave me speechless. Every time I think it couldn’t possibly get better TJ surprises me yet again! Never has a series resonated with me the way this one does. I feel like I’m personal friends with each of the characters that TJ has created and let’s not forget Kirt! If I could give him more than 5 stars I would! He does an amazing job of bringing each character to life. I feel as though I just watched a movie not read a book! I’m so excited for the next installment! Bravo TJ! Bravo!

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  • Grace
  • 09-12-18

beautiful

I totally, totally love the book. Its pretty painful. but I love angst. haha.
kirt graves is perfection, as well.
so.. yeah.. I NEED THE NEXT BOOK, LIKE, RIGHT NOW.
/CRAZY LAUGHS
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/CRIES

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  • Jeremy B.
  • 25-12-18

Can't even wait until book 3!!

Loved it. I was surprised how much I loved the first book since I was a wolf novel virgin. But now I'm hooked. Super immersive stories and excellent narration.

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  • Bob
  • 20-12-18

Poetic and engaging. Really good narration

I really loved the first in this series. The second is a close second. So well written, especially for narration. The repetition of certain parts is poetic. A continuation of a great story from another character's perspective, there's a good balance of action, paranormal fantasy and romance.

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  • jeffrey
  • 19-12-18

Amazing!

This series is everything.
I fell in love with Gordo.
The whole Bennett pack is just awesome.
TJ Klune has such an amazing ability in writing such multi-dimensional characters.
The story just sucks you right in.
I cannot believe that ending and am eagerly anticipating Heartsong!
Kirt Graves is just a master! The talent he brings to this series just never stops!
All of the amazing voices he does, the emotions of the characters are brought to life in such a fantastic way!
All the stars for this book and narrator!

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  • mrsM
  • 17-12-18

OMG

let me start by saying I will routinely “rate” audible books by giving my stars, but there is only one other narrator I HAD to write a review for (Michael Lesley!) So, I read the book first and I loved it-TJ never disappoints. When I heard this audible version it blew my mind. Kirt was amazing-it wasn’t just his voice that was great, but the emotion was so very evident that at times I had tears in my eyes. I was mesmerized and felt the angst, drama, and suspense every step of the way. So, so good! But this, you won’t regret it!!!

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  • GEG
  • 14-12-18

Go get this right now! But only if you’ve listening to Wolfsong first.

Kirt’s narration brings this story to life to a different degree. Reading Ravensong was all the tears, so many laughs, and eeeeeps everywhere! But hearing this story is beyond amazing. I like many have been waiting so patiently and it was worth the wait by far.
*returns to the beginning to listen all over again*

So much love for packpackpack

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-02-19

These stories make me unexpectedly feel!

I love the series of books. It always surprises me how emotional they make me. I have found myself laughing out loud as well as tearing up on multiple occasions when I least expect it. The characters are very well-rounded and three dimensional. Kurt Graves is a phenomenal narrator. For a book that is largely and ensemble of characters, he is able to make each of them unique and identifiable. I had a real good time listening to this book and I'm looking forward to the next!