Raven Girl

Raven Girl

303K Reads 18.8K Votes 49 Part Story
Samantha Balazs By sambalazs Completed

Nadine is an 18-year-old thief living in a nation of darkness. The people of Ravenna never come out during the day - not unless they want to be killed by the daylight horrors: unseen flying monsters that plague the skies. When a plot to steal Ravenna's Crown Jewels goes terribly wrong, Nadine finds herself teamed up (against her will) with a group of hostile allies, some from neighbouring countries, and forced to pull off an impossible heist for her freedom. 

They must journey across the country and break into an impenetrable stronghold. Steal an item that no one has seen and lived to tell the tale. Nadine is convinced they will tear one another apart before they find the artefact. But when secrets become revealed and they find out exactly what the flying monsters are, their mission gets even more complicated. Despite all the odds, Nadine and her gang might be forced to work together.

Cover by the amazing @All_AboutAssymetry

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queen_of_books6 queen_of_books6 Dec 18, 2017
I love the detail you put into each chapter... It's amazing, it paints an amazing picture for me.. thankyou
secret1eh secret1eh Aug 07, 2017
Wen u relate to preferring the night bc you basically live like a vampire
FibblerMacky FibblerMacky Mar 11, 2017
I lost this book when Wattpad crashed. So glad to have it back!!
ChildOfTheMoonWalker ChildOfTheMoonWalker Apr 04, 2017
Such a beautiful start to this book. You sure know how to book a reader in. Good night 🖒
Murphy146 Murphy146 Aug 04, 2017
I wish I could capture the readers as this story had... it was really good
Joyann_1145 Joyann_1145 Jul 22, 2017
I loved this chapter. It was a great start to the book. I should of read this book early.