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Noodkreet

(Wicca #7)

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4.17  ·  Rating details ·  9,682 ratings  ·  225 reviews
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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Michelle's Paranormal Vault of Books
I gave 4 stars instead of 5 because the author ruined this book for me by giving major spoilers in description.... She's tells us how it ends!!!! What the heck????? I she gives so much spoiler info I could have just skipped this book and went to the next if I wanted.... Just NOT cool. Suggestion to author, redo that description so not to take away the discovery of all to come. Book Is too short to have such an in depth description.
Other than there being no suspense or mystery since I knew what
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Dana Al-Basha دانة الباشا
OH MY GOD! The ending of the sixth book was so intense and shocking!! Morgan and Alyce perform a tath meanma brach, because Morgan has so much to catch up with and her enemies are circling on the head of the list is Selen of course! Cal returns to hunt Morgan and tells her he still loves her but she discovers she loves Hunter and tells him so, at the end Selen kidnaps Morgan's sister Mary K. to trap Morgan into meeting her, when they start fighting and Selen sends a vapor to Morgan Cal jumps ...more
Sophia
Aug 13, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: teen-books, 2011
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
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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
Sierra
Nov 01, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: magic-witches
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Rebecca
Feb 11, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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
Morgan Sibbett
Jul 15, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
i love this whole series
Whitney
Plot

The actual story involving Amyranth is just beginning and I’m already sick of it. I feel like it’s going to become more and more cliché as the books go on and Morgan is going to get out of whatever sticky situation she’s managed to get into by the end of the book via some miracle that includes someone busting in to save her at the last second. The only thing that happens in this book was a roundabout way of Tiernan delivering “shocking” information to the reader. Blah.

Writing

There’s a lot
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Leoni Dempsey
Jun 16, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Angelica
Mar 30, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This one is a little more over the top than normal but I suppose it's because the story is changing. I do think the writing was SLIGHTLY cringe in a few places but I forgive it because the plot was so intriguing.
rainingravity
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Chibineko
Oct 28, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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
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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,
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 Lissa Smith Reads'~Bookaholics Bookshelf Reviews
4 Stars:

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
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Kat Mandu
Kat 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
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Nina
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
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JonRaven
Aug 25, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The non-spoiler review: The plot lacked in some areas for this book, and the book started out a little less exciting than I'd hoped. Over all this book is entertaining and interesting, but it's just slightly lower rated because it is different. At this point I will just say, they go to New York. Not a spoiler. So we no longer have the mysterious small town vibe. But we get some maturity through this books. The characters are out in the real world.

I'm basically just going to ramble on about the
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Honour
Feb 06, 2014 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ya-sf-f
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.
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Paloma Paredes
Oct 04, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 8th-grade
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
Jennifer Girard
Here's come the plot twist!

This book was good, I liked it a lot. Morgan wasn't too annoying this time (except for the ending...)

I loved to read about New York City in this book. I miss the city.

I'm excited to finally finish this series!
Abbie
Feb 24, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Actual rating - 2.5

This was the worst one in the series so far for me. It dragged quite badly in the first half, and I just couldn't get interested in it unfortunately.
Emily
Jul 19, 2019 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
2.5 stars || I enjoyed this one a lot less than the others. Morgan was exceptionally dumb in this book. she was very immature, predictable, and naive in this. I can see how those traits could lead to character develop later on, but she really pissed me off at times lol. and then that shit she pulled at the end? okay, that was so stupid.

also the subplot with her birth mother is far more interesting than the very predictable main plot.
Kate
May 07, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Laura Forner
This is the point where I began to lose interest in this story. The books are fun and easy to fly through, but they don't have quite the same mystique that they did when I first read them during my teens. Also, the first 50 pages or so is essentially a "previously on" that is written in a way that really talks down to the readers. I can't see myself continuing with this story for much longer.
Joan
Sep 29, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Eh. This one was kind of like a 2.5 stars. But I rounded up to three to be nice.
Also need to add how annoying Tiernan's constant overuse/misuse of the word "Wicca" is. Most times I can just ignore it, but in this book when one character referred to Mexican witchcraft as "Wicca" it really got me fuming.
JRey
Sep 22, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
They’re getting better
Lys Robison
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Kristin
Nov 28, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Morgan is an idiot, in more ways than one. Also I am very very very over her calling her car "Das Boot", please just say my "my car"
Ishaal Ramroop
I totally knew from the start that the dude was Morgan's brother, I saw through this book completely
Aria
Aug 06, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2019
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