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Noodkreet (Wicca #7)

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Eindelijk in het zonlicht.
De gevaren zijn voorbij.
En ik ben verliefd. Ontzettend verliefd.
Maar ik heb last van dromen.
Dromen over iemand die in groot gevaar verkeert.
Er gaat iemand dood, tenzij ik dat kan voorkomen.
Wie heeft mijn hulp nodig?
En wat zijn de gevolgen als ik help?
Paperback, 207 pages
Published 2006 by Uitgeverij M (first published October 29th 2001)
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This book was the first one in the series that was truly painful to read. The plot was glaringly obvious from the moment Morgan awoke from her vision (which was the opening scene btw - ugh). Morgan made stupid immature mistakes left and right and is suddenly of the “might makes right” camp because she has more power now.

I scoffed when I read reviews that talked about the turn that the series takes and I was happy when Hunter became a more central character - that felt natural and right to me. Bu
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In the books so far we've seen Morgan delight in her powers. She's discovered both the great and horrible things that can be done with powers. She's been horribly betrayed by someone she loved and she's discovered a great new love that should last her throughout her entire life. She's lost friends and regained them.

In this book Morgan has a dream of animals and a young wolf cub being sacrificed before many different animals. When the Council decides that this could be a potential vision of the f
Annette M Guerriero Nishimoto
Today's review is on The Calling by: Cate Tiernan

The Calling is number 7 in Tiernan's 15 book Sweep series.

Morgan has had a vision. She saw various predatory animals surrounding a young wolf. The young wolf was going to be killed. When she tells Hunter about it, he in turns informs the council and the next thing you know they are off to New York with Bree, Robbie, Sky, and Raven.

While there Morgan meets Killian in a club. He turns out to be Ciaran's son. The same Ciaran that killed her mother, t
Lissa Smith
Cate Tiernan's done it again. She has woven thoughts, emotions, and storylines, into a very perplexing, fluid, and intense piece that makes the magic within this book seem almost tangible. CT is an amazing talent at writing. In this book Morgan has a dream of animals and a young wolf cub being sacrificed before many different animals. When the Council decides that this could be a potential vision of the future, they send Hunter to New York to investigate a mysterious sect of dark witches. Taggin ...more
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Spoiler alert.

I ABSOLUTLY HATE WHEN CHARACTERS DO THIS SHIT! Hatehatehatehatehatehatehate. Maybe because it is so opposite my personality or i have zero restraint and say what im thinking 90% of the time. But its just a rule: Never leave your significant other, especially if your lucky and have a decent one, for a STUPID reason. Maybe its because ive been in that situation... i dont know. If you actually love someone dont screw it up... if you have to let them go for a short amount of time like
Just as Morgan and Hunter are starting to get closer and they finally come to terms with the fact that they are soul mates, fate hands Morgan yet another twist.
Morgan takes a trip to New York with Hunter, Sky, Bree, Robbie, and Raven. Although the trip is a fun "vacation" for the others Hunter is on a quest to find someone who is in great danger because of a dream that Morgan keeps having. He believes it to be Killian, the son of a powerful dark witch in New York. While in New York Morgan goes t
Katrina Passick Lumsden
What do you do when your soul mates come together halfway through your series and you need to build sexual tension again? You employ a completely tired plot trick; make them both start hiding things from each other for no apparent reason, construct a mind-blowing revelation for one of them, then turn one (usually the female) into a completely self-absorbed, irrational IDIOT . "Oh, Hunter, I can't be with you because I'm just sooo dark! My inevitable evilness will probably hurt you in the future ...more
Paloma Paredes
I know this isn't the first book, but I actually found it was an exciting and thrilling book. I liked how Morgan goes to New York to find out about herself and her mom. Eventually she ended up finding out more than she actually thought she would. She learned that she was adopted and is a blood witch. Her father is one of the most horrible witches. I also think that Morgan was kind of a wimp through out the book. I think that she needs to learn to stop depending on others and not let people push ...more
Cate Tiernan's done it again. She has woven thoughts, emotions,and storylines, into a very perplexing, fluid, and intense peice that makes the magick within this book seem almost tangible. This book bent my heart nearly in two...Morgan experiences so much grief, all culminating to an intense climax..pieces of a perplexing puzzle finally come together, forming an intricate story that shows Tiernan's amazing talent at writing. I couldn't wrench my eyes from the pages...Meager ratings could only be ...more
WOW, okay I need to say something!
I really do enjoy this series so far, it is really interesting, full of suspense, unique characters and also character developments!
But I didn't like 'The Calling' that much compared to the other books, and there are several reasons for it:

first of all: some things were REALLY REALLY PREDICTABLE. I think there were meant to be a lot "suprise"-effects, but somehow it was more like "yep, knew that".

secondly (which is more important): Morgan! I actually like Morgan
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Morgan Sibbett
i love this whole series
Tresa da BookNerdette
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Morgan Rowlands has discovered magick and with it love, danger and betrayal. Now she has escaped from the grasp of dark witches who wanted only her powers and has found peace within herself. With her boyfriend Hunter, Morgan is ready to face anything...or so she thinks. When she begins to have disturbing dreams about the death of a young witch, Morgan and her coven travel to New York to help but end up changing their lives forever.

This is the seventh book in the Wicca series (after Book of Shado
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The first 2-3 books in this series are addictive, a fresh "modern-teen" POV in the tired genre of witches/kids with supernatural powers finding themselves (and the wonder of Wicca) among families/communities who "don't get it".

After #3, it goes downhill. There is no psychological development of the main characters (and the secondary characters are quite shallowly described and hard to distinguish throughout the series; even the more promising and believable ones, BFFs Bree & Robbie are essen
Cate Tiernan continues "The Sweep" series with book number seven, "The Calling." This series considered fantasy as it follows a young witch, Morgan, as she comes into her powers. Morgan was a regular teenager until the new guy Cal comes to town and gets her and her friends into magick. Morgan soon finds out that she's no longer who she thought she was. She finds out that she's a blood witch from a long line of Woodbanes and that she's adopted. Her birth parents were murdered and so were their en ...more
Charlotte Phillips
Something is going on in the series that is hidden between the lines and which I can't work out. The ending brought tears to my eyes and made me scream at it because it just did not seem right at all. After all could she really throw away something that good when it was going so apparently well? I loved the power and possesion in the books though, in the way that they pull me in and make me wonder, think and feel. I keep on reading them, however this one seemed a little slow compare to the other ...more
Jessica Saylor
Quick Overview: Cate Tiernan has another great installment in the sweep series. Though, the book needs to be a lot longer and fuller.

The Calling is another great installment in the sweep series. I still think these books are too short though, and it is starting to get to me. They spend a lot of time saying what happened in the previous books, and trying to set up what will happen in this book. So there isn't a lot of time for stuff to actually happen, and this late in a series you NEED stuff to
Dana Gabrielle
For me, some details and twists were too obvious with all the foreshadowing going on and ideas planted in our minds (most especially the journal entries at the beginning of each chapter) that when I reached the climax of the story, I wasn't as surprised as I thought I should be. Revelations didn't have that much impact because I sort of "knew" them beforehand. Maybe it would have been better if the book had twists and turns that weren't expected. I think Cate was trying to scatter bits and piece ...more
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There are a lot of series that have many books. Most of the time I don't like that and I never had that feeling with Sweep. Some might think that fiftheen or fourtheen and a sequel is much and it is but it's not to much. It's good. Most of the time I read series with four or maybe even five but that's it. To think about that I always thought that Harry Potter was quite something with seven. I recently (a year or more) found out that there are a lot of series with even fourtheen or more and that ...more
Morgan and Hunter and some members of their coven Kithic are in New York City. Hunter is seeking out the meaning behind Morgan's visions about a Woodbane coven that is hidden in the city. But everything turns bad for Morgan when she believes to be doing the right thing (saving a boy witch from his evil father) and then realizing that that evil father is her father too! Yes, Maeve cheated on Angus and Morgan's problem with disobeying the rules comes from her powerful yet evil father. Maybe that i ...more
I was interested to see where they would take the series after killing off Cal and Selene in the last book. At the beginning of the book, most of the Kithic coven is on their way to New York. Most of them see it is a pleasure trip but Hunter, Sky, and Morgan know differntly. Morgan has been having strange dreams that Hunter has been assigned by the Council to investigate. He goes to New York to try to find the NYC cell of Amarynth, the coven that Selene used to belong to. They are known for usin ...more
Ohh, Morgan, you broke my heart, while you were breaking Hunter's heart. Although, I know why you did it, I don't think it was necessary and I think it's a bad move. Why bother breaking up with Hunter? Being with Hunter, is probably the BEST option for her. He's a seeker, he loves her, he's good and he can keep Morgan grounded and away from the black magic that runs in her Woodbane heritage. I know she feels that the Woodbane curse is upon her and it'll be bad for Hunter, but again, wrong move, ...more
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Chelsea Barva-kertesz
Morgan is having dreams of a young witch being sacrificed, but all of the people in her dream are dressed in animal costumes. Hunter thinks Morgan's dreams are premonitions, and has to travel to New York for Seeker business. The whole gang decides to tag along for a little get away to Bree's dad's New York apartment.

While in New York, Morgan meets a lot of witches. Witchcraft isn't as hidden in New York as it is at home. After finding out that Morgan's premonition showed she was the sacrifice, M
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