[Epub] Night Calls By Katharine Eliska Kimbriel – Pcusati.info

[Epub] Night Calls By Katharine Eliska Kimbriel – Pcusati.info Librarian S Note The Publisher Has A New Cover For This Second Edition, Which Will Also Be The Cover For The Print Edition, Forthcoming ISBN 9781611383201 When You Have The Gift, Your Life Is Not Your Own I Was Born To A Family That Harnessed The Winds And Could Read Futures In Fire And Water Yet My Mother Kept Her Secrets.Then The Werewolf Came, Sharing His Madness.Now It S My Turn To Keep Secrets Descended From Powerful Magic Users, But Ignorant Of Her Heritage, Young Alfreda Sorensson Learns Magic And Wisdom From Her Extended Family In An Alternate Early 1800s Michigan Territory.


10 thoughts on “Night Calls

  1. Carolyn Carolyn says:

    Lyrical, evocative, compulsively readable One of the absolute best fantasies to ever have been horribly mismarketed in nearly every respect Our heroine is Allie, a precocious not in an obnoxious way 12 year old living in an alternate America, where Washington was king and magic works splendidly, thank you very much It was a beautiful piece of work, loads richer than Alvin Maker ever thought of being, and it suffered for


  2. Katharine Kimbriel Katharine Kimbriel says:

    New edition of NIGHT CALLS available in ebook September, 2013, with print to follow Including some minor but very important text corrections Well I m biased, because I wrote the book But I love Allie passionately, and as long as she ll tell me stories, I ll write them down This book is a first person narrator Oh, for the curious no, I ve never read Scott Card s Alvin Maker books And trivia for you When I thanked Pat Elrod for t


  3. Bark Bark says:

    Night Calls is a spooky, atmospheric tale about a young girl coming of age amongst werewolves, vampires and other assorted supernatural frights The story begins when werewolves invade the young heroine s life and she learns that she has a gift for dealing with these beings She begins a quest to learn all that she can to save those she loves from the creatures of the night.Written in a low key style with muted violence Night Calls is a


  4. Karissa Karissa says:

    I have had this book to read for quite some time It ended up being a very well done fantasy and I enjoyed it a lot Things were peaceful until the werewolves came, reeking havoc in the small village Sun Return Then young Allie learned that she had special powers All of her relatives and the other close magic practitioners were called in to decide how Allie would receive her training Allie s mother and father were the first to train her, but as


  5. Pamela Pamela says:

    I found I had this book and started reading it Christmas Eve I could not put it down It s dark fantasy with the flavor of horror perfect I love the main character, Allie, and the others too You are drawn into a world out of time and you vacation among the story You even believe that werewolves, vampires and revengeful ghosts exist Most of all, she did very convincingly the myths and legends high marks for that.


  6. Rachel Rachel says:

    One of my favorite books of all time Think Little House on the Prairie meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer Great if you like demon slaying set in pre revolution American frontier, with lots of interesting if you re into it frontier survival types Also, huge character development and a great conversational tone I felt like I knew the characters, because I know people exactly like them.


  7. Lis Carey Lis Carey says:

    This is a really enjoyable YA novel set in an alternate North America, where the settlement patterns were similar if not necessarily identical to our own world We don t know for sure where the history diverged, but there is, in passing, a reference to King Washington Date is pretty vague there are references to trains for long distance travel to larger population centers, but the story is set in small settlements where the technology is that of the frontier Any reade


  8. Cristina Quinones Cristina Quinones says:

    Simple, I enjoyed it as a teenager and still do.


  9. April Steenburgh April Steenburgh says:

    It started as a normal evening farm folk defending life and livestock from a predator but when Alfreda and her father went out the next morning to recover the precious wolf pelt they found horror in its place It was not a wolf that hung, ready to be skinned, but a man.Thus starts a grim sort of waiting as families hope that their loved one is not one of the afflicted And through it all, Alfreda can hear the wolves calling.It is a rough and sudden jump into an adulthood far different


  10. Michele Michele says:

    2.5 5 rounded up Such a cool premise werewolves, vampires, ghosts in a Buffyverse type world but I couldn t get into the story Everything was set up to be exciting, but then it wasn t I think something was off about the structure of the story where it began and where it ended up don t meet up well the writing also had too much irrelevant detail that added nothing to my enjoyment as a reader.I also have a headache from rolling my eyes so much You re uncertain about God, Allie Then wh 2.5 5 r


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