Riven by A.R. Knight, Riven Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Riven books, The dead belong in Riven. The living on Earth. But as war fills Riven to bursting, Carver has to find a way to keep those lines clear, or there won’t be much difference between the worlds for long. Guiding the dead to their next life has never been an easy job. Turns out, most dead don’t like being, well, dead. But when an angry, powerful spirit begins marshaling the lost souls and claiming Carver might be the bridge back to life, Carver has to find out why before the dead make him one of their own. Riven is the first book in The Riven Trilogy, a steampunk fantasy set during a twisted World War One. With action-packed adventure, humor and a little bit of love, Carver’s adventure promises to keep you turning the pages, searching for answers along with the guide. If you’re looking for your next great story, Riven will take you to a brand-new setting, with characters you’ll never see coming. Read it today, and get pulled into a magical world!
The dead belong in Riven. The living on Earth. But as war fills Riven to bursting, Carver has to find a way to keep those lines clear, or there won’t be much difference between the worlds for long. Guiding the dead to their next life has never been an easy
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