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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Speak (March 4 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0142410225
  • ISBN-13: 978-0142410226
  • Product Dimensions: 20.9 x 13.8 x 1.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 23 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #413,469 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By Erin Johnson on March 10 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
One night Morgan has a dream about some1 in trouble. That person will die if she doesnt help them. So she tells Hunter who decides to the the Council. Now Morgan, Hunter, Sky, Bree, Robbie and Raven are off to NYC. They all stay at Bree's fathers apartment. Now, while Hunter and Sky are off investigating a mysterious coven that practices shape shifting. Soon she meets strangers that she feels like she has a connection w/. While she's in NY she goes to the apartment building that her mother used to live in and finds a watch that Ciaran, her mothers muirn beatha, dan gave her mother. Now read the book to see how it ends.
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By Amazon Customer on Nov. 25 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Another exciting addition to the Sweep series. Fans shouldn't miss this one.
The story starts off with Morgan having a prophetic nightmare and notifies Hunter. Hunter contacts the Council about Morgan's dream and, to no surprise, the Council sends Hunter to New York city to investigate a mysterious dark coven that practices the forbidden arts of shape-shifting (the origins of Morgan's nightmare point to this coven). Of course, Morgan, Sky, Raven, Bree, and Robbie are there to support Hunter.
Once they get to New York, it becomes a race against time. Somebody is calling Morgan through reoccurring dreams to save he/she from impending death. Morgan and Hunter must act fast before someone dies. Two new important characters are introduced--Killian and Ciaran. Killian is a "wild child" at heart and Morgan likes him from the start. Ciaran, on the other hand, fills Morgan with a sense of dread and fear. Can Morgan defeat such a huge adversary such as Ciaran? What will it take? You know the drill: Read to find out!
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By Hannah on Nov. 16 2003
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I liked this book. It is one of the better books in the series. I like Killian, he is a great character as is Ciaran who has alot of class. I liked the way Bree and Robbie's relationship is growing as is Morgan and Hunter's. I didn't like the way Morgan reacted to finding out Ciaran was her father - "omg I'm the heir to the darkness! I'm somehow evil just because my Dad is!" and then she goes and breaks up with Hunter completely unnecessarily, destroying a wonderful relationship just because she finds out she's related to a murderer. However, apart from the unfortunate ending, I thought that this was a very good book and I'd still give it 4 out of 5.
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By A Customer on Oct. 6 2003
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Like the rest of the books in this series, "The Calling" was very compelling. If you know the series well enough, it's kind of predictable, but that doesn't make it any less suspenseful. The ending is REALLY sad and shocking. I liked the fact that "The Calling" took place in New York City, as opposed to Widow's Vale - it made for a nice change of scenery and a good atmosphere to introduce new characters.
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Morgan has overcome Cal and his mother. They are no longer a threat. But Cal's mother was part of an evil coven and they know Morgan is around.
A dream/nightmare has Morgan, Hunter (the seeker) and some of the rest of the coven heading for New York City. The International Council of Witches believes that an evil witch is going to sacrifice his son to increase his powers. This allows Morgan and Hunter to go (along with his sister Sky and her girlfriend Raven). Bree and Robbie also go as Bree's father has a place they can stay in the city.
Morgan also tries to use the time to learn more about her mother (she had lived in New York City for a couple of years).
But everything changes when the evil witch rears his head and tires to kill Morgan and not his son Killian.
Well, there are plenty more books in the series so you probably know that Morgan survives but you will have to read it to find out about the others. There are personal and relationship developments aplenty and some plot twists and revelations that help set up the next few books.
A pretty good addition to the series.
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By "bandgurl" on Aug. 4 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book is one of the best of the series! Morgan goes to new york and ends up finding more about herself then she exspected. It continues to explore and test her relatoinship with Hunter. Once you start reading you won't be able to put it down!
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By Trixie1021 on Sept. 13 2002
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Morgan is going to New york City to with Hunter, Bree, Robbie, Raven and Sky. Morgan's been having dreams about amyranth and Hunter is going to investigate. Morgan is not scared all her thoughts are around Hunter. But her wanna be romantic get away turns to a life or death decision. What will happen to morgan? Read this book and find out.
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By Aleisha on June 29 2002
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Morgan has a terrifying dream. Hunter tells the council and it turns out someone will die without their help. The dream leads Morgan and Hunter, accompanied by Sky, Raven, Robbie, and Bree to New York. Hunter wants Morgan to lay low and stay out of this, which is fine because Morgan has plans of her own. She decides to find Maeve and Angus's old house and get the gold watch that Ciaran, Maeve's soulmate, gave her. Through this though Robbie and Morgan get into an argument that Morgan is abousing her powers. Not only that but it turns out that Ciaran is in New York along with a section of Amyranth. By the end of this book we discover a shocking revelation that will once again cause Morgan's life to go through a great change.
OMG! The ending was soo sad. I felt soo bad for Morgan and the things she had to do and what she found out. I actually felt like crying.
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