Black Rose Writing presents The Raven King by E.J. McCracken

“They needed the Raven King, needed him more than anyone could know. Without the Raven King, all would fail. Without the Raven King, they were stuck.” —excerpt from The Raven King.
Jan. 24, 2012 - PRLog -- In Ivindor, ‘rebellion’ is a forbidden word. With the help of the Raven King, Rolan has take the throne, and no one, including the powerful elves in prepared to stop him. Alina is not surprised when, freshly exiled from her Clan, she comes across a smoldering city. Corrupt leaders are common in these war-strewn lands.

But when a young boy is murdered because of his elvish heritage, Alina is set on edge. She and her best friend, Carn, flee the scene. They enter into the world of the Wanderers, where revolt is on everyone’s lips, and the prophecy of the Raven King waits to be renewed. The memory of the boy’s murder drives Alina to do the one thing she dreads– set out to find the Raven King, and thus overthrow King Rolan.

E.J. McCracken is currently living in Bellingham, WA, and attends Sehome High School. Her book signings will be scheduled and forthcoming.

E.J. spends her time reading, playing the violin, and doing the massive amounts of homework her teachers assign her. Such is the life of a teenager. This is her first novel, published at the age of sixteen.

Now available for review request (both hard copy and electronic). Purchase from and many other online bookstores. The book is also available for direct order via the Ingram Book Catalogue, Books in Print, Baker & Taylor. ISBN # 978-1-61296-083-8.

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