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Sadie Callahan's life is as normal as it can be after helping her friend, Jason Lex, save the world, and learning cryptids like Skyfish and Bigfoot are real. Things go bad when Sadie comes home after school and finds a strange man with his hands on her grandmother's neck. Trained in Tae Kwon Do, Sadie strikes and forces the man from their house. Soon after the clash, people around her start behaving oddly. Is she somehow triggering their weird behavior?
Alone and unnerved after her grandmother falls ill, Sadie searches for ways to heal her but uncovers deceit and is forced to question everything she thought she knew. After being attacked, she's shocked to learn a heartbreaking family secret. Still reeling from the news, Sadie is shattered by tragedy but threatened by a new enemy and forced to make an ominous decision: run and save herself or risk her life and fight to save the lives of those she loves.
©2017 Camashea Press (P)2017 Camashea Press
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By Claire on 12-06-17

A book focused on Sadie

This book follows on from book one but changes to following Sadie instead of Jason. It takes place in the same time frame as 'The League of Governors' which follows Jason.

I was impressed with this story, it took small details from book one and created a compelling story line about Sadie, her family, and her families history. Far from being a sidekick in the series this book set up Sadie as a key player in her own right.

It was compelling listening with many things not happening as I was expecting them to, I liked that it kept me guessing.

The narration is excellent, once again Brian delivered clear and distinct character voices and the delivery really helped draw me into the book.

I received a free copy of this book from the author and/or narrator and/or publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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By Layla on 10-17-17

Sadie's Story.

The Clan Calling and the League of Govnors happens at the same time but it is told from two different perspective in different places. So either can be read next after the first book The Rampart Guards, since there are no spoilers in the either books.
I listened to this book first (the clan calling) after book one.

This story is told from Sadie's POV. I liked her in the Rampart Guard. I thought she was brave, intellegent, caring and mature for her age. Unfortunatily I felt that we don't see it in this book. She would pick and choose the clues she found or when to ask question or who to ask questions too. An example is she found strange emails on her grandmother mobile or computer, so she would go and investigate because she is worried about her. Her Grandmother would tell her it is nothing and then she would stop investigating. Thats it! I thought this doesn't sound like Sadie from the first book. She would see another text from Jason's grandmother saying that she should tell her. You would expect Sadie to be curious and question it or even go to her grandmother or even Jason's grandmother to get answers but no she ignores it. This is not the only scene I found. There are a lot of other things that made Sadie into a coward, selfish, silly and rude. In some instances she acted like her grandmother. She beared her head in the sand. I am also disappointed with her grandmother. She would tell her that we should learn from our mistakes yet she doesn't. I thought it was very selfish of her grandmother to do what she did because I was not surprised to see what happened in the end. I was actually expecting it. Why? because they did nothing about the problem they had properly!
I am really disappointed in this book because I loved the first one and the League of Govnors. I also liked Sadie in the first book. I found it odd the way she acted.

I did liked the twist the author put in this book. I knew there was something special about Sadie from book one and we find out what it is.

I loved the narrator in the first book and he did an excellent job in this one too.

I would still recommend the book because we do learn about other things in this book and I love Jason's brother. I found him to be funny as well as his grandmother who I felt dealt with things head on.

Some mild violence and profanity. No sexual content.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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