Evil forces are after Morgan, forces connected with a dark wave of magick. And she knows something is wrong with the way Cal is acting. Perfect for fans of The Secret Circle, The Vampire Diaries, and The Witches of East End series. The second three Sweep books bound into one. Dark Magick is the 4th book in the Sweep series. Dark Magick was first published on June 25,
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Dark Magick by Cate Tiernan. Dark Magick Wicca 4 by Cate Tiernan. Evil forces are after Morgan, forces connected with a dark wave of magick. And she knows that something is wrong with the way Cal is acting.
He is definitely hiding something, but is he out to hurt her, as Hunter says? Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Dark Magickplease sign up. So for those of you that have read this, would you recommend it?
See 1 question about Dark Magick…. Lists with This Book. We got some real revelations about Cal in this book, and this pair ended this book in a very different place to where they started it. Sep 18, Julie Zantopoulos rated it really liked it Shelves: I appreciate that she’s seeing through what was clear to me for the last few books I’m definitely looking forward to finding out what happens next and these audiobooks are so quick and easy to consume.
The end of book three was intense and bewildering. Obviously, Cal controls Morgan, it’s not a real love, I think that’s why Hunter and Sky sigils her house so maybe she can see.
I can’t believe that Cal and Morgan might have killed Hunter, I suspect that he might be Morgan’s soulmate! So Hunter thankfully isn’t dead, Morgan is so happy and relived she didn’t kill him, unlike Cal who wishes they did.
Morgan start seeing things in Cal she didn’t like, when he tries to sleep with her, she can’t do i The end of book three was intense and bewildering. Morgan start seeing things in Cal she didn’t like, when he tries to sleep with her, she can’t do it, she keeps feeling something is wrong especially after her 17th birthday and she almost killed Hunter. Her friends in Practical Magick, David and Alyce warn her to be careful and to ask for help. Morgan and Hunter share a mind connection and they both discover many things about each other, than she does it with Sky, the scry on Cal and Selen as well and Morgan discovers many horrible things.
Oct 27, Loren rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Cal, how could you?
I would have forgiven him though, were it me. Okay, i’m a guy so i’m biased but to Cal’s credit: He really loved her, he was willing to do anything to protect Morgan from his mother; kill her a litttle extremesacrifice himself which does happen etc. We were completely on Cal’s tiwrnan, the reader feels safe when they’re around Cal.
Cal is powerful enough to protect us caate anyone. Morgan can no longer run to Cal’s house for safety. There is no safe refuge now. Even though Morgan’s damage is more psychological than physical we are reeling from these betrayals as if he died. Fantastic book which sets up the devasting end of book 6. Book 5 is very slow in comparison. Feb 20, quinnster rated it it was ok. This girl’s idiocy knows no bounds it seems. When she goes to Practical Magick and David asks her who she can trust and she replies that she can trust herself.
Her own instincts told her to run when Cal mentioned people who wanted to meet her.
Dark Magick (Sweep, #4) by Cate Tiernan
Her own instincts told her to get dar of his secret room because the vibrations were bad, yet she thinks Hunter is ‘misguided’. Any information anyone gives her she takes as they just don’t know even though they’ve been witches their tuernan lives and she’s b This girl’s idiocy knows no bounds it seems.
Any information anyone gives her she takes as they just don’t know even though they’ve been witches their whole lives and she’s been one for a couple of months. During the chapter where she meets with David and Hunter I thought, finally, she’s going to get her shit together But truly, the tisrnan that made me laugh out loud was when she said, ‘I’d always thought of Jenna as being kind of needy and dependent on Matt.
I just can’t feel sorry for her, or think she’s brave or smart because she’s none of those things. But now, because of all of this revelation business I’ll have to keep reading so I know what happens Oct 29, Chibineko rated it it was amazing. I do have to give the reader a potential warning: The story once again picks up on the very tail end of the previous book. In order to save her boyfriend, Morgan had to attack someone. Understandably traumatized, Morgan starts to distance herself from her boyfriend Cal after the event.
If you’ve read the book you’ll understand. There were hiernan few times in this where I felt quite bored, and I had to have a bit of a break from it as it was starting to drag. It was an okay read overall though. Jul 03, JonSnow rated it it was amazing.
Read in Read in Read in Read in Where to begin!!! Its words leave one jarring among the expansive range of emotive paradoxes brewing in its wake. It is often the publisher who requires the author to repeat things book after book. Try to mavick any repetition with that in mind. Animorphs are another stark example of this requirement. F Lewis once apologized to me when I critiqued him on his repetition, saying it was required of him by the publisher to make each book accessible independently.
This book truly marks maick turning point for the series, for Morgan, and for that matter, for every character. Each time I read these I appreciate the scope of this grandiose and truly remarkably spellbinding series all the more, especially for its ability to remain a gripping page turner. Despite my fourth reading, it is still able to cast a spell upon me, its characters life like, its story so relatable and hiernan so many different ways bg reflection of all of us, of all people.
There is a little something of everyone within these pages. It is as though Cate Tiernan dagk captured the images of all those we know and projected them upon each person. One may be tempted to accuse her of merely selecting stereotypical templates, but is it not true that in reality we are gy bound by at least some broad generalizable traits? I’ve seen these characters, each one, in the faces of so many I know, that this accusation would be a distasteful shrugging off of magik reality as it truly is.
Most of us know of the type casts in those among us, the cqte, “the shy girl”, “the popular guy”, “the attractive girl who gets any guy she wants”, “the plain contemplative girl”. They exist all around us. With that rant, I move onto the meat. It still comes as a surprise how intense the shift is between the kind loving Cal and the violence which come out of him.
In many ways it is heart breaking, to see such purity so secretly corrupt and impure in reality, and to see such a beautiful flowering love collapse in a toernan of desperate dissent. It is with loves intent that such horror is unleashed upon Morgan.
Sweep: Dark Magick, Awakening, and Spellbound
We see this reflected in Bakker Cqte, as a warning. He hurts Mary K. Does he love her? Is there something which makes him lose control and hurt her?
It can’t be excused, what he has done. When Cal hurts Morgan. When he tries to save her by hurting her, as a mercy, we see he loves her in his own way. The way it is cxte there’s almost a sympathy for the devil situation that occurs.
I felt myself torn.
I knew he loved her. I knew he hurt her. But I also knew he did the latter because of the former and because of his dreaded terror over what would be done to her by Selene.
With Bree and Robbie comes a rescue which will reunite them all again. darkk
Bree cannot take back what she has done to Morgan, but in saving her, there lies grace which will heal, as we shall see, the wounds of the past. Morgan learned the hard was as well. Trust yourself, your body, your instincts and intuition. Bree has also learned the truth of her wrongs. Even Cal has, in a twisted way, realized the wrong, but in protecting Morgan from one, he mistakenly commits another.