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Raven, Sue Loh

How do you fix a computer glitch that disappears before you get a good look at it? How do you negotiate with a hacker who doesn’t seem to want anything?

Colorful sixteen-year-old Fireball and her elite team of classmates from Cinzento Secure’s corporate academy must do exactly that. They’re investigating a hack at a prestigious bank, and the bizarre network issues they’ve observed are turning out to be something stranger than Team Raven has ever encountered.

That Something grows more serious by the minute, reaching tendrils outside the bank and into critical infrastructure. As the team races to keep the hack from costing lives, a new question is added to the mix: why is someone stalking their newest team member?

Raven is undoubtedly a sensational novel that should not be missed! The story that unfolds throughout it is genius, flawlessly written, and wildly entertaining as well as moving. When I read the premise of Raven, I knew instantly that it was a book I had to read as well as a book I would love, and this is thanks to the themes alluded to throughout the premise. Now that I have finished Raven I can say that this book was incredible and that is why I already have to recommend this wonderful novel to you lovely readers, however, if you need more convincing then continue to read to learn more!

Raven is a sensational, YA techno-thriller that will take its readers on a thrilling and powerful journey that will entertain readers from start to finish! The reader in Raven will be introduced to an academy known as Cinzento Secure and it is here we will meet an elite team, with 16-year-old Fireball being the star! The team has a new task to investigate a hack at a bank, and as they do some strange and disturbing things start to happen and this book lovers is the short premise of the incredible Raven!

Raven is a twisty turny and exhilarating novel and although I thought I knew where the book was going to go at points, it didn’t go that way and instead took a U-turn and it was captivating! The themes combined and laced throughout Raven perfectly compliment the atmosphere of the book and story. As I read Raven, I found myself racing through it, turning the pages with haste thanks to the addictive nature.

Sue Loh is the author of Raven and is an author who has written a fantastically thrilling story and come up with a brilliant and original plot. Loh from the very start sets the tone of the novel; she lets her readers know that this is going to be a thrilling but smart novel and you should prepare to lose some sleep over the captivating nature! Loh is an exceptional writer because she grabs her reader’s attention from the start very quickly and keeps them engrossed until the end. There are no long build-ups that drag in Raven; instead, the reader will be thrown into the thick of the story quickly, and the result of this is exciting!

To conclude my thoughts on this wonderful book, Raven is a superb novel that has everything a reader would want in a story; it has a thrilling narrative, magnificent plot development, and excellent characterization that will hook and excite its readers so of course, I have to award this impressive piece of literature five stars! Be sure to have a read of the preview below book lovers, you won’t regret it!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is follow the links below!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Below I have attached some links about the author and this wonderful book so if you would like to learn more about the author and the book then please have a browse. Thank you so much again for reading book lovers!

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