The Raven Wheel – A. F. Stone

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A debut that is as brilliant as it is brutal. Dark, complex and gripping. – The Independent

Gripping, shocking, cataclysmic. A hard to put down compulsive read. – The Guardian Labs

When you’re being dragged under, the choice is fly or die…

The Raven Wheel follows three troubled teenagers as they struggle to seize control of their lives.

Wayward Tye wants to finally make his father proud. Bright but awkward Kian is desperate to reconnect with his estranged mum. Impulsive rebel, Ria, harbours a secret desire to murder her father. Their lives intertwine as they strive to succeed and find themselves in too deep, too late…



Additional information


A.F. Stone

Publication Date

23rd February 2021





1 review for The Raven Wheel – A. F. Stone

  1. BookMeSomeTime

    I loved the characters background, with their very own struggles, their battles within their families. I loved the story, how the plot was brought and led all through the book. I hated as much I loved it, what the author done to the characters. Oh people! Don’t expect happy tears and a world full of unicorn.

    We’re following Kian and Tye who are brothers, they use to live with Tye’s dad until something bad happened and so they moved to their grandmother’s place. From there, we meet Ria. She lives in the same place as their grandmother, and she has a very difficult life. She’s seeking revenge for what her father done to her. Some of them are going to meet, and their stories ends up all connecting to each others.