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  1. says:

    This was one of the poorer stories in this series for me and it was really weird that it was written from Hunter’s point of view rather than Morgan’sThe storyline itself was about Hunter going off to find his parents and he also had to deal with another witch while he was up there but it was all pretty dull really and I just wanted to be

  2. says:

    i think i would want all of these book's to turn into movies

  3. says:

    If you wrote a book which included characters who speak another language would you want to make sure the phrases you wrote were accurate? How about if you were an editor or publisher? Would you care about accurate translations? It was

  4. says:

    ACTUAL RATING 25 StarsIt was interesting getting Hunter's point of view though it threw me at first This book w

  5. says:

    I had to update my rating for this installment of the Wicca series I have only read Seeker once before so my knowledge of the events that took place was particularly fuzzy All I remembered was that it was the first book in the series to be na

  6. says:

    This one was just ok to me it wasn't really useful to the story I love Hunter but an entire book almost without Mo

  7. says:

    4 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ read for me Didn’t enjoy it uite as much as the others but it gave a good insight into Hunter’s character as this novel in the series was told from his perspective Normally uite a reserved character it was interesting to see his thoughts and feelings particularly when seeing his father again for the first tim

  8. says:

    385reading this book and knowing the author's mother has passed away not long ago I can only wonder how hard that must be I hope she is getting along well and has been able to move on from the pain of that event That said I must dive in and say this one started out rough with some cringe worthy romance scenes throughout But most tee

  9. says:

    Forgot there was a book from Hunter's point of view Glad he's reunited with his da again

  10. says:

    Really good Change of narrator for this one which I found a bit strange to start with but soon got used to it

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I love Morgan She is my soul mate But I must find my parentsNow. If you wrote a book which included characters who speak another language would you want to make sure the phrases you wrote were accurate How about if you were an editor or publisher Would you care about accurate translations It was kind of a nice idea to have this book in Hunter s POV although the Sweep series is getting progressively worse all tell and no show but the insistence on using french was excruciating Auto translate did BETTER actually than the author when I checked it so actually it was really bad I ll share some samples Vous tre aussi un sorcier she said Oh no ah I began Oui oui she said with uiet insitence Vous suivez moi Maintenant Pouruoi I asked awkwardly Nous besoin de vous she said shortly We need you Maintenant Now Oui oui Vous avez fatigu Comme a Like that Comme a et ne comme a she said unhelpfully My advice is1 If you re using French or any other language have your characters begin a simple exchange like Bonjour Bonjour and then continue in English using your writerly skills to convey the fact that now we re suspending our disbelief and talking in French it s done in movies all the time and I might add getting and accurate Stay tuned for a blog post on the funniest misuses of foreign language in film and TV2 Get a French speaking friend to look it over3 Pay a native French speaker to look it over4 DO NOT USE AN INTERNET TRANSLATORSpell check seems to work well the accents in the above excerpts are remarkably accurate but don t confuse spell check with grammar check or auto translators it s a path to disaster5 Next time pick a language like say Faroese with well under 100000 native speakers Personally as I said I would care about the accuracy of whatever language I were using but if you are using a language you don t know in your book maybe don t use French next time because there s a lot potential for looking like an unprofessional idiot and even a parochial uneducated Amurrican when making mistakes in a language that well over 100 million speak natively not to mention the half billion or so who speak or read or learn it as a third or fourth language 6 None of the above points 1 5 are exclusive of the others

Free download Seeker author Cate Tiernan

Seeker author Cate Tiernan

Self getting closerBut am I strong enough for what I might find.. 385reading this book and knowing the author s mother has passed away not long ago I can only wonder how hard that must be I hope she is getting along well and has been able to move on from the pain of that event That said I must dive in and say this one started out rough with some cringe worthy romance scenes throughout But most teenage romance in real life is cringe worthy Fact Been there So I let it slide remembering my own cringe worth dialogue in life This book grew on me and as I reread it for the third time I initially resented the Hunter character perspective but came to mostly enjoy them It s odd having come from so many Morgan centric books to this One thing I wish is that the journal entries were typed up normally so I could read them faster I read handwriting painfully slow This is a complaint I made in the previous books review alsoSpoilersOverall I enjoyed this Meeting Daniel Niall is a surprise and the reason he is so emaciated is even of one Contacting his dead wife Hunter s mother Fiona through a Bith Dearc a window into the shadow world This added a whole new dimension the the magick of this series We had heard about it before but this was much real and in your face I really enjoyed it s depictionThe whole Justine Corceau plot line was pretty interesting but really didn t go far This book ends bordering on the climax Hunter has her burn her list of true names another interesting facet of this series by first using hers against her which his father Daniel acuired by tapping into a source in the shadow world via a bith dearc he was able to make using a book he reuisitioned out of Justine s library in the first placeNow Hunter has an enemy We leave this plot to have him and his father talking as they drive home to Widowsvale where Daniel will live Kennet has known for 3 months that Hunter s father was in uebec This Hunter realizes means they prevented him having a chance to see his mother before she died in favor of having him stay with Morgan and protect her from Seline abd CalNow Hunter s undying faith in the International Council of Witches is wavering He realizes they have too much power and that he s been blind to it all along Hunter did get to say goodbye to his mother Fiona though earlier on when his father opened the bith dearc They had joined their powers and found her This scene was remarkable Cate Tiernan portrayed Daniel s struggle to let go very vividlyIt s sad but the author has lost her mother It wasn t terribly long ago either Reading this book makes me wonder how she is doing with it I gave her my best wishes and she gave me hers my mother had had a stroke and is doing well now via facebook I truly wish her the best and hope she has been able to move forward from the heart ache of her own loss 2015 Review BelowI read these as a teenager and have been reading them as an adult 15 years later I enjoy the stories This book however fails to convey the british accent of Hunter to the point of annoyance since it was written via his perspective Crikey for instance is an Australian term This throws me off a lot I ve also never met a british person who calls their parents Mum and Da In my experience they have calle them mom and dad or mother and father About Canada you dont call it Ontario Province or uebec Province as a Canadian this kept annoying me haha Also it is Coyotes you hear at night not wolves I lived in a tiny Rural community growing up as well in the major city center so these things stick out like a sore thumb In previous books I wasnt as annoyed with Hunters dialogue becauae there wasnt much In this one it is as though random British and Austrialian collouial words are tossed in at random among normal North American English Very poorly doneWith all the complaining done I did enjoy the story itself They ve always been good stories Perhaps the writing could have been better in this book but that aside it was interesting to finally read about Hunter and his father and the creator of the Dark Wave I had largely forgotten this book over the years whereas I had remembered the earlier ones far The first few books will always be the best but the series for what it is a young adult series is surprisingly enjoyabke even 15 years later as an adult perhaps this is because these books meant a lot to me as a teenager My mother is horrible at buying me things but she found book 1 and 3 I knew several wiccans in my town and had even sat in one some cirles prior to affirming my atheism in adulthood it was the only religion that barely made any sense I was an influential teenager I took an interest but uickly realized it was just as much nonsense as any other religion albeit far less harmful than every organized religion has shown itself to be It affirmed my atheism It meant a lot to me growing up this series And to this day I rather enjoy reading them again as I smile at the thought of my youthful ignorance

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I have information There are leads that seem promising I feel my. I had to update my rating for this installment of the Wicca series I have only read Seeker once before so my knowledge of the events that took place was particularly fuzzy All I remembered was that it was the first book in the series to be narrated by someone other than Morgan Rowlands this time by her boyfriend Hunter Niall I love Hunter s character but I also love Morgan s narration and its blend of the familiar and the unfamiliar so for some reason I took this to mean that I did not enjoy this book as much at the timeUpon re reading it I had to up the rating from 2 to 4 stars because I found this highly enjoyable It s by no means my favourite book in the series but I really enjoyed hearing things from a male perspective for once and there were a lot of heartfelt moments in this book as well as true temptation The change of scene from Widows Vale to the most northern regions of Canada was also a welcome difference and finally I understand how this book leads into the next book in the series and the first that I have never read before Finally I can complete the series with new stories I haven t encountered before