Full Circle (Sweep, #14)
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Full Circle (Wicca #14)

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Hunter, Morgan, and Alisa. All three are witches, and each is in turmoil. Hunter feels stifled by the small town world of Widow's Vale. Morgan is terrified of the possibility of life without him. And Alisa is still coping with the knowledge that she is a witch--by blood. Together, the three worked together to defeat the most unspeakable evil known to witches. Now, the dang...more
Paperback, 190 pages
Published September 30th 2002 by Puffin (first published September 1st 2002)
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Tara
The Sweep series was given to me by my 2nd cousin-in-law. Weird, I know. She said that I would really enjoy this series because it was similar to Twilight (which at the time I was going through my Twilight-phase). Now, about three or four years later, I am still trying to finish the series and so is my roommate. She finally caught up to me and we decided to read the last two books out loud... in a cemetery... at night for maximum "spookiness". Although these books aren't that spooky, but that is...more
Kevin Jones
Now I understand this one of the series! I had completely forgotten about the aman of Selene and Cal from the earlier books of the series, now that this part of the story is finally over I am glad that Hunter and Morgan can move on and maybe, just maybe, have a peaceful life while practicing Wicca with their loved ones. Though is it a possibility for them to enjoy their life? I truly hope they can be happy without any doubts or any worries that someone is looking to harm them. At the end if this...more
mai
dude, where's the sex?
Nairabell
Morgan has battled great evil and found great joy since discovering Wicca and her own inner magick. She's come to terms with her heritage and learnt to balance the magickal aspects of her life with the mundane. Now she is looking forward to a bright future. So when Morgan begins having nightmares she ignores them at first. But when Morgan realises that she has been sleepwalking she realises that some dangers from her past aren't as defeated as she thought.

This is the fourteenth book in the Wicca...more
Nina
In this the second to the last book in the series Morgan begins having strange and vivid dreams about a hawk with flaming wings and Cal. As the dreams progress and get more vivid and dangerous Morgan realizes that she is not just dreaming, but being drawn to her death by them. Of course Hunter, Alyce, and Bethany are there to support her and try to help Morgan. At the same time, Morgan is offered an opportunity she cannot pass up. However, it involves a summer in Scotland away from her parents a...more
Fallen for books
In this, we get both Hunter's and Morgan's point of view. There is two set of storyline in this book . One of Patrice who was not behaving well and hunter had to deal with it and Morgan having dreams of hawks with fire. So this book deals with Hunter trying to find out what was wrong with Patrice the coven leader and trying to help Morgan out with her dreams...and doubting whether Ca has again come back to take away Morgan from him. This also deals with Sky and Raven coming back. we don't see mu...more
Chibineko
I'm aware that there's an additional book in the series, but since that came out a year or two after the main series finished, I'm considering this as the end to the series. (The super special is sort of a sequel in my opinion.)

This book finds Morgan trying to get over the events of the series so far. All in the span of a year she's discovered that she's a witch, that her first love's mother was trying to kill her, that her mother was murdered by her father, as well as having to stop all of the...more
Charlotte Phillips
Ok, this has to be my favorite one out of the whole series because it just seemed to contain the most life, detail, depth and power. I loved the way the whole story line flowed in this book, the way the characters felt like they were alive as I was reading it, and how I felt drawn to complete it and reach every word and line as carefully and consideratly as I could. What I loved about this novel was the fact that the author wrote like she had in first few novels. She had given it this mysterious...more
Neep
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Michelle
This book was good. It had a few surprises up its sleeve. I liked that the story line was back to the average Morgan/Hunter theme.

It dealt with a growing discontentment with the council, which I think will continue in the last installment. While I really like this series and I am still very interested to see how everything will turn out in the various story lines, I feel like Morgan and Hunter have not really developed as a couple. They started out with a lot of character growth but for the pas...more
Tara Day
Neither one of the summaries on the back page of this book matches to what the story says. Morgan's does, but Hunter's does not. So I was a little thrown by the back page, even though I've read it before (a very long time ago). However, I was much more impressed by this book than I have the last couple books in the series.

And yes, it's probably because Morgan and Hunter are back to narrating the story. I have always enjoyed Hunter's smart, comical view of things and I highly enjoyed his little...more
Goldie
This is a review of the whole series, originally posted at My Book Musings.

I’m a fan of books about magic although I’m not into Wicca. I suppose the ‘unknown’ attracts me because it’s not a world I’m familiar with (Harry Potter, Charmed, and Sabrina the Teenage Witch fan here!). I’ve been looking for a satisfactory story on witches and I finally came across this. What attracted me first was the fact that there are 15 books in the series, which meant more books for me to read! Or so I thought. I...more
Linda
And so, effectively, the series ends. It was lovely to read about Wicca so mainstream as a religion. Even if the paranormal blood witches did exist in addition to regular Wiccans, and they mingled nicely. The books deal with bigotry (within witch clans, as well as anti-gay, and touch on a lot of genuine teen angst and issues, like attempted date rape. There is young love, both true and false, and plenty of bumps. The writing is tight, although in truth the last books do feel like Tiernan was for...more
Annette M Guerriero Nishimoto
Today's review is on Full Circle by Cate Tiernan

Full Circle is the final installment in Tiernan's Sweep series and thankfully was full of adventure, love, and happiness.

It seems that even beyond the grave, Cal hasn't given up on having Morgan be with him. He has been visiting her in her dreams. At first she is just scared, but when she awakes from one on the edge of a cliff she knows she is under attack. It's not Cal; however, but Selene who is out for revenge.

Hunter has decided to quit the Coun...more
Barbara ★
OK we're back to Morgan again...full circle and all that. Oh and the return of Cal. Definitely an interesting story line. Poor Morgan can never catch a break. Even though Cal quit the Council, people still come to him for help with dark magick issues. Him and his father work on a case involving dark magick and instead of recommending to strip the witch of power, they found an alternative. I really like Hunter and the fact that he quit the Council. IMHO there is definitely something wonky going w...more
Jan
In this book Morgan is being haunted by nightmares that are so real she finds she is walking in her sleep and she soon discovers that dreams can hurt you. Hunter is trying to help Morgan and he has been enlisted by a local coven to investigate possible dark magic by one of thier own.

What can I say. This series is just so much fun. This is the next to the last book in the series and I will hate to see it over. It is great for teens but maybe not tweens since some of the characters are sexually a...more
Etienne02breton
This book was good, better thant the last one in the serie. It have some interesting moment, the shapeshifting, the returne of.... Dont want to say it, but if you read it you will know, and the little sick boy at the end. In my opinion, that are these three moment that really made the books, and unfortunetly they all happen in the last quarter of it. The begining of the book was kind of... Long and of little nterest, i was going for a third star, but the ending really put it to another level and...more
Michelle
I just really love this series. I love Moran & Hunter. Hunter is her rock.
Sorcha O'Dowd
I loved how Selene's storyline came to an end. Even though it was believed she was dead, we never really got an end to her reign of terror until finally in this book Morgan was able to escape her fear of Selene and her sadness at Cal's death by defeating Selene. I also liked how much stronger Morgan was in this book. Although she was terrified, and rightly so, she was able to show a lot more confidence and power when her dreams showed her Cal. It was a refreshing change from how she was very dow...more
Darcy
With this book it seems like both Hunter and Morgan are coming into their own. Morgan has been hit with one bad thing after another, each one almost doing her in, while Hunter is having a crisis of faith with the council. While more bad things find Morgan again, she knows enough to ask for help right away and works with those that she asked and even helps her self in the end. Hunter manages to still do the work he believes in without the council and finds a better way to do it and a way to shape...more
Jillian
AHHHH! I finished the last book! I really liked this one but again, the plot was hard to understand but when I got further I realized that it wasn't Cal but Selene. I don't really get why Cate Tiernan decided to put Patrice into the story, I thought it was weird but whatever.
****Reading Special Edition #15 Nights Child..Just found out that Hunter's dead. looked on the internet; he's not dead! I was so happy so I'm going to finish reading it...so much longer than regular books!*****
Nina Daguman
Amazing. Morgan's discovered so much more about her powers. The truth behind the nightmares has been revealed, Hunter and his father have become amazing spellcasters, Morgan's parents and sister seem to be more understanding of who she really is, and it ended with a trip that will temporatily separate Hunter and Morgan. This book is sooooo nice, it made me cry repeatedly. I loved how Morgan became a kickass shape shifter and healer. This is definitely one of best books in the series.
Tom
Superspannend en in één ruk uitgelezen: eindelijk het verlossende einde van de reeks. Waarom dan maar 3 sterren? Er zitten toch een aantal gaten in het verhaal en je blijft met onopgeloste vragen zitten... Bovendien blijft het eindeloos herhalen van wie elk personage nu is en wat er in de vorige boeken gebeurd is, heel storend. Dit is misschien handig als je telkens enkele maanden tussen de verschillende boeken laat, maar als je ze allemaal na elkaar leest...
Sandi
Full Circle is another installment written from dual perspectives- Hunter and Morgan. Morgan is being haunted in her dreams from someone from her past. Hunter has given up being Seeker but is approached by someone who needs his services to help check on the leader of her Coven. (I'm not wanting to spoil too much)

While I did enjoy this one, there were times I felt Hunter's part was forced.
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Lina
For me, this will be the book that ends the series. It's great, closes everything I liked about series, it's characters and it's well written. Hooray for Morgan and Hunter :)

I will erase from my memory the next one, Night's Child cause it's not good enough, it's very chaotic and the story has toooo many loops and twists. I'm happy to believe this one Full Circle, as it's great end!
El
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Wai Lin
This is a continuation to the series. I really like the author's writing style. It was about magic, love and overcoming hardship. This is about a witch named Morgan who found her soul mate, Hunter. He is trying to find his father and Alisa is a girl who just finds out that she is a witch. I learned that to achieve something, you must stay positive and set your mind to it.
Shay Hardman
Full Circle is an interest novel. It still has the appeal and great qualities of the previous novels, but it's at a bit slower pace then the others. The dilemmas and struggles that Morgan and Hunter have to go through still hold the attention, but it's not like the other books. I enjoyed the novel, but I have to say that I was expecting a bit more from it.
Heidi
Thanks to Puget Sound Council for this review book. I previously read Reckoning, Book 13 but no others in the series. I did like the alternating chapters with the viewpoints of both Morgan and Hunter. The ending was a surprise to me as I had very little knowledge to the evil character from not reading the entire series. A good choice for teen readers.
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