Do Life Different
Review: The Calling (Seeker #2)

Not a member yet? Register now and get started.

lock and key

Sign in to your account.

Account Login

Forgot your password?

Review: The Calling (Seeker #2)

26 Sep Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: The Calling (Seeker #2)
Review: The Calling (Seeker #2)

The Calling (Seeker #2) by Rachelle Dekkerthecalling
Reviewed by: Sydney Anderson
Genre: science fiction, dystopian, thriller, mystery, fantasy, Christian, young adult
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Publication Date: March 8, 2016

Remko Brant and Carrington Hale escaped their homes in Authority City. Together they find and live among the followers of Aaron and his Seers. Now Remko and Carrington are happily married and have a baby, Elise. Even though they live outside the city, they live in constant fear of being discovered. So along with their people they move camp to what they believe is a safer and well-hidden new location. Inside the city, the authority president, Damien Gold, is giving off the illusion that he is helping a city traumatized by rebellion to a better and peaceful future. All is not as it seems though, and the reality of the matter is Damien’s ambitions and dreams for the city are dangerous and threating to the wellbeing of the people within the Authority City. Remko be brave and bold as he leaves Carrington behind to take care of Elise while lead a small team of rebels inside the city in order to destroy Damian’s plan. With contention among their own people, the rebels, Remko must pull himself together and decide if he is for or against the rebellion and where exactly his belief in God lies in all of this chaos and confusion in order to protect those he loves most.

The Calling, book two in the Seer Series by Rachelle Dekker, is an exciting fantasy, dystopian, thriller that teens will absolutely love. Filled with interesting and fun characters and lots of fast-paced action, this is a story that readers will not want to put down. Rachelle has plenty of intense scenes filled with anticipation and emotion that will draw reader in from page one. This is one of those books that readers will not want to miss out on as it marvelously continues the story from book one, The Choosing. I would recommend this novel to readers that are ready for an exciting and thrilling journey with plenty of mystery and action.

Rated PG: Some violence; intense situations; nothing graphic.

Reviewer’s copy was provided by Publisher. Thank you!


Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: