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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 20 July 2002
After an incident at one of Kithic's circles most of her coven-mates believe Morgan is out of control. She knows she isn't but how can she prove it. A visiting witch sees telekinetic happenings around Morgan, and knowing her to be uninitiated with a lot of power assumes what seems to be the answer. Hunter, his cousin Sky, and Erin, the other witch, must bind Morgans powers so she is no longer a danger to herself or others. Throughout The Council are searching for Ciaran - Morgan's birth father. When they find him he is in the company of a powerfully telekinetic witch who claims not to need proximity to cause dusterbances - is it really she who is causing the violence surrounding Morgan? And will The Council catch Ciaran and stop him from ever harming Morgan?
Yet another amazing installment in the 'Sweep' saga. I don't think it's as good as some of those before it, but it gets very close! Very Good.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 11 June 2007
All 15 books in this series are fantasic, once you pick them up you won't want to put them down until you have read every last one. I recommended them to my husbands younger sister (she is 12) and a very 'reluctant reader'. Upon reading the first one she was hooked and sped through the rest of the series in a matter of weeks.

These books on the whole portray an accurate depiction as what being wiccan is about. There is abviously some artisic license, as what work of fiction would be complete without it. I myself have lived as a practicing witch for 9 years and found the descriptions of the festivals ect to be very accurate.
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on 6 May 2012
Morgan has experienced both the beauty and the terror that magick can bring yet she has managed to find a place of peace within herself. With her boyfriend Hunter by her side she is looking forward to learning as much as she can about the craft. But when strange telekinetic events start to occur around Morgan, a dangerous question arises. Is someone deliberately targeting her, or are the events somehow being caused by Morgan herself?

This is the ninth book in the Wicca series (after Book of Shadows,The Coven,Blood Witch,Dark Magick,Awakening,Spellbound,The Calling and Changeling) and causes Morgan to take somewhat of a step back and leaves her without her magick. The threat in this book is more insidious than before as no-one can determine it's origin. Morgan has drawn the attention of powerful dark witches but the randomness of the events doesn't seem to fit. This means that the tension is brought up a notch and the unseen foe adds an air of mystery.

One thing I liked about the storyline is that as Morgan begins to doubt her magick, her parents force her to look at what her interest in wicca has cost her. Her life is out of control with her grades freefalling and a lack of connection with her family. It is the first time Morgan has had to work at her mundane life and it is great to see how realistically this is dealt with.

There is also more of a focus on Alisa, the youngest member of Kithic and one of Mary K's closest friends. Alisa is terrified of Morgan's powers and so there is the introduction of witch hysteria into Morgan's world. This, strangely, also leads Morgan to connect with her healing gifts adding a new dimension to her studies.

All in all, this was a great read and I'm looking forward to Seeker.

Plot: 10/10
Characters: 9/10
Ending: 10/10
Enjoyment: 10/10
Cover: 8/10

Overall: 47/50
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 6 October 2003
After an incident at one of Kithic's circles most of her coven-mates believe Morgan is out of control. She knows she isn't but how can she prove it. A visiting witch sees telekinetic happenings around Morgan, and knowing her to be uninitiated with a lot of power assumes what seems to be the answer. Hunter, his cousin Sky, and Erin, the other witch, must bind Morgans powers so she is no longer a danger to herself or others. Throughout The Council are searching for Ciaran - Morgan's birth father. When they find him he is in the company of a powerfully telekinetic witch who claims not to need proximity to cause dusterbances - is it really she who is causing the violence surrounding Morgan? And will The Council catch Ciaran and stop him from ever harming Morgan?
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on 17 May 2010
This book is excellent. It is the 9th installment in the series. It tells the story of how Morgan starts to feel separated from her family and how her love for hunter is growing. I throughly enjoy this seriees and reccomend it to any teenager or adult who enjoys reading. The 1st book is Wicca/Sweep: The Book Of Shadows.
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on 25 July 2013
My daughter requested this series of books - she hasn't put them down & loves all of them! Content wise, they're excellent, presentation wise, they look old (not sure if that's the intention) but they do all look second hand which initially put her off but I think it adds a sense of authenticity
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on 4 July 2015
ok book
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