The Raven Boys

The Raven Boys - Review : The Raven Boys - Maggie Stiefvater @ Say It With BooksMy Thoughts Wow just wow! Shiver has been on my TBR list for quite some time and I never actually got around to reading it for some reason so this is my first book by Maggie.There are tonnes of YA Fantasy books out there and I've never come across a book that I can compare to The Raven Boys-it was an exceptionally original book.At the beginning I had no idea where the plot was headed because all the elements seemed to be just all over the place but as the story progresses everything fell into place.What I loved the most about this book was that ALL of the characters both Blue and the Raven Boys(Gangsey,Adam,Ronan and Noah) were very much involved in the story and did not just keep popping in and out of the scenes.Usually I prefer reading books written in first person narration because it's more relate-able.The Raven Boys was written in third person,that is the perspectives of Blue,Gangsey,Adam and Whelk and the transition from one perspective to the other was smooth.The interaction between the characters was pretty cool and there were some laugh-out-loud moments too!Blue's family members were great supporting characters too.The only thing I wished for was a little more interaction between Blue and Gansey. Well I guess we still have the sequel to see more of that!Can't believe we have to wait till September 2013 for it though! :(Overall,it was a great book-one that I'd recommend for everyone!“You missed World Hist.""Did you get notes for me?""No. I thought you were dead in a ditch.” My Rating : 5 Stars