9/10 I love it! It describes the protagonist, plot and stakes in an interesting and concise way. The only slight nitpick I have is that the first line is kind of cliche. It actually is the cliche done well, however, and it does flow well with the rest of the blurb.
An Omen of Crows
When Saki awoke in a forest clearing, she only remembered three things: her name, how to fight, and that she could lift objects with her mind. But, Saki has more important things to worry about. Laika is in the midst of a civil uprising, and Saki has stumbled right into in the middle of it.
Found and recruited by rebels, Saki focuses on her life as a renegade soldier. Fighting comes easily to her- a little bit too easy. But, she doesn’t have the luxury on dwelling on that or her forgotten past when any moment could be her last.
When a mysterious young man appears with proof that he is the Empress’s long lost son, the rebellion sees their opportunity to usurp the throne. Saki’s squad is tasked with assassinating the Empress and putting Prince Luwen in power.
Luwen also brings startling information: the government is looking for a young woman with mysterious powers like Saki’s. With only that to go on, Saki and her squad head to the capital with Luwen in tow to overthrow the throne and end this war. But, Saki can’t continue ignoring the questions of her past as they intertwine with the fate of not only Laika, but the entire world.