The Calling

The Calling

Book - 2016
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Remko Brant and his team undertake risky rescue missions in the Authority City, while the new Authority president claims to be leading the city into peace and harmony, but his dangerous ambitions mean trouble for the rebels.
Publisher: Carol Stream, Illinois : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., [2016]
ISBN: 9781496402271
1496402278
9781496402264
149640226X
Characteristics: xviii, 439 pages ; 22 cm

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MPHPL_LuAnn
Apr 14, 2016

The Calling is a sequel to The Choosing. The Calling is told more from Remco’s point of view. Remco and Carrington are now living outside the city with other Seer’s. Remco is becoming overwhelmed trying to protect the group and rescue other Seer’s from the city. He is frequently told that he needs to surrender the fear that drives him but he can’t do that. His fear consumes him and almost destroys him and those he loves.

I thought that this was a good middle book. It continued the story from The Choosing and the ending is satisfying even though the story is not done. Some of the main themes of letting go of fear and trusting in the Father remind me of the themes in Ted Dekker’s stories. She was definitely influenced by her father. This was a very enjoyable read and I look forward to the conclusion.

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