Fourteen-year-old orphaned and delinquent Matt is sent to a remote village for “rehabilitation” for his juvenile offenses. Soon after his arrival, freaky things start happening, and Matt gets the feeling he’s not in “Kansas” anymore. Unbeknownst to him, he is the central force needed to stop a group of 21st century witches from unleashing an ancient evil.
Why Amazon.com picked Raven’s Gate as one of the 10 best books of 2005 is beyond me (actually all their picks were questionable-see link below). It had multiple, violent deaths, no creative depth, and a terribly predictable plot. Truly, there is nothing good in this book for your kids.