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The Summoning (Darkest Powers, Book 1) - Community Reviews back

by Kelley Armstrong
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Pages of Slytherin
Pages of Slytherin rated it 7 years ago
First off let me point out how incredibly awesome this book was right after the first chapter and how very well paced it was. This was an interesting take on necromancers in a different light that was really cool to see and read about from a teenager's p.o.v. I definitely thought this book was reall...
FrkHyms rated it 8 years ago
Just finished my 3th #OUReadathon book :)
the reader in a quiet corner
the reader in a quiet corner rated it 9 years ago
I was weighing this between 2 and 3 stars for a bit. I saw my friends' ratings and they ranked between 3-5 stars, so I was wondering why I was even contemplating giving this 2 stars. Was I reading the same book as they? Maybe because I was reading a pdf version, I was missing some paragraphs or chap...
Der Bücherwahnsinn
Der Bücherwahnsinn rated it 10 years ago
Meine Meinung Titel & Cover: Schattenstunde wird wohl auf einen ganz bestimmten Abschnitt der Geschichte hin deuten. Denn der Originaltitel lautet "Das Zusammenrufen", was für mich besser passt, denn dies sagt etwas über die ganze Situation aus, über diesen ersten Teil der Trilogie. Das Cover find ...
Karin's Book Nook
Karin's Book Nook rated it 10 years ago
The New York Bestselling Author of the Women of the Otherworld Series, Kelley Armstrong, has busted in on the young adult market. THE SUMMONING is a story about Chloe Saunders, a typical high school teen with hopes of attracting the eye of a long time crush and becoming an award winning movie direc...
Ravings of a Book Junkie
Ravings of a Book Junkie rated it 10 years ago
Another fantastic beginning book in a YA series, it's books like this and the ones by P. C. Cast that ought to be garnering all the media attention, not the tripe by Stephanie Myers! This book is about Chloe Saunders, a woman who sees ghosts. She's put into a mental health group home for teens where...
Nyx Book Reviews
Nyx Book Reviews rated it 10 years ago
Amazing. This is young-adult as it should be. It isn't written in a condescending petty way, but challenges us as reader, without the gory details and sex. I'm a great fan of Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series, and I was afraid I would be disappointed with her Darkest Powers series, like I ...
Now patriciar
Now patriciar rated it 10 years ago
Wonderfully written characters, exceptionally good and genuine rendetion of human relationships and paranormal elements that aren't too complex to annoy the reader, but used in the fresh, urban-fantasy-ish way that I adore.The whole Darkest Power-series captivated me from page one on.I'd like to poi...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 10 years ago
I have enjoyed everything the Kelley Armstrong has written. I was disappointed when she got on the YA bandwagon, but there are some good books out there and I continue to discover them!
Jenn's Book Jems
Jenn's Book Jems rated it 10 years ago
Great first book to this series. It lays down the basics that you need to know, but keeps just enough so that you are interested in continuing.
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