The Calling by Cate Tiernan

CallingTitleThe Calling
Author:  Cate Tiernan
SeriesSweep Book 07
Publish Date:  October 29, 2001
Genre:  YA Fantasy
Source: Purchased

Publisher’s DescriptionAt last, I am coming into the sunlight. The dangers I faced are gone. And I’m in love. Deeply in love. But lately I’ve been having dreams. Terrible visions of someone in trouble. Someone who will die, unless I can prevent it. Who is calling me like this? And what will it cost me to help?

Morgan is a blood witch – but where is her real family? And who are her friends, and her enemies?

Possible spoilers beyond this point.


Kat_Mandu_100Kat Mandu says…

This isn’t one of my favorites in the series, since I always thought it moved rather slowly. And the character seemed irritatingly slow herself, not realizing connections of certain things that are REALLY going to affect her life.

I do love the introduction to Killian, my favorite male character in Sweep. And I did like that someone besides Hunter, was telling her she was stupid to use her powers in such ways like Robbie did. But it was a good book to connect book six’s ending and with what is to come later in the series.

The best part is the new introductions to a lot of things. After the ending of Spellbound, things have started anew for Hunter and Morgan, but also for several other characters. Romance is blooming between friends Robbie and Bree, but also for Raven and Skye. We also get to meet Ciaran, the new bad guy to play an important role in Morgan’s life, especially now that things have shifted for Morgan again!

Cough, cough, spoiler: “MORGAN… I am your father.”

badge3v4The change of scenery was nice; it was set in New York so there was a lot of new descriptions and changes as the characters had to go on this road trip together and survive the immense amount of emotions floating around.

I rate it a three!

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About Kat Mandu

I'm an urban fantasy and young-adult paranormal writer. I love to cook, rock out to music, and read as much as I can get my hands on. Always believe in your dreams and pursue them no matter what the cost. If you believe in it, it's worth every chance you take.

Posted on July 28, 2016, in 3-Okay, Contemporary Fantasy, Female, Kat Mandu, Review, Young Adult and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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