The Caller

The Caller In the final book in this gripping romantic fantasy trilogy perfect for fans of Robin McKinley Kristin Cashore and Shannon Hale Neryn s band of rebels reach their climactic confrontation with the

  • Title: The Caller
  • Author: Juliet Marillier
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the final book in this gripping, romantic fantasy trilogy perfect for fans of Robin McKinley, Kristin Cashore, and Shannon Hale, Neryn s band of rebels reach their climactic confrontation with the king The stunning conclusion to the story that began with Shadowfell and Raven Flight is full of romance, intrigue, magic, and adventure.Just one year ago, Neryn had nothingIn the final book in this gripping, romantic fantasy trilogy perfect for fans of Robin McKinley, Kristin Cashore, and Shannon Hale, Neryn s band of rebels reach their climactic confrontation with the king The stunning conclusion to the story that began with Shadowfell and Raven Flight is full of romance, intrigue, magic, and adventure.Just one year ago, Neryn had nothing but a canny skill she barely understood and a faint dream that the legendary rebel base of Shadowfell might be real Now she is the rebels secret weapon, and their greatest hope for survival, in the fast approaching ambush of King Keldec at Summerfort.The fate of Alban itself is in her hands But to be ready for the bloody battle that lies ahead, Neryn must first seek out two fey Guardians to receive their tutelage Meanwhile, her beloved, Flint, has been pushed to his breaking point as a spy in the king s court and is arousing suspicion in all the wrong quarters.At stake lies freedom for the people of Alban, a life free from hiding for the Good Folk and a chance for Flint and Neryn to finally be together.

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  • Juliet Marillier

    Juliet Marillier was born July 27, 1948 in Dunedin, New Zealand and grew up surrounded by Celtic music and stories Her own Celtic Gaelic roots inspired her to write her first series, the Sevenwaters Trilogy Juliet was educated at the University of Otago, where she majored in music and languages, graduating BA and a B Mus Hons Her lifelong interest in history, folklore and mythology has had a major influence on her writing.Juliet is the author of twenty historical fantasy novels for adults and young adults, as well as a book of short fiction Juliet s novels and short stories have won many awards Juliet lives in a 110 year old cottage in a riverside suburb of Perth, Western Australia When not writing, she is active in animal rescue and has her own small pack of needy dogs She also has four adult children and seven grandchildren Juliet is a member of the druid order OBOD the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids.


  • I am so glad I found this wonderful trilogy :) The first two books were on the slower side, but I gave them 4 stars because I had a feeling they were building up to an awesome ending!I think what made this book so much stronger for me than the previous two was how much page time was devoted to Flint's POV. (He still totally reminds me of Aragon btw. I was waiting for him to walk out at the end like I'M SECRETLY THE HEIR even though that was obviously not the plot). I didn't really have a strong [...]

  • 1.) Shadowfell ★★★★2.) Raven Flight ★★★★This trilogy is such a hidden gem, I feel so blessed to have stumbled upon it. Faeries, fae courts, tyrant kings, vigilantes, rebellions, strong female leads - These are all so in my wheelhouse, I would have been surprised if I didn't like this series, but I truly ended up loving it. These books were so whimsical, but so believable. I truly felt like I was with Neryn on all her travels, eating the food she had to eat, sleeping in the non id [...]

  • I'm finding this, the final book in the Shadowfell series, a bit hard to review. Ever since first picking up Shadowfell and being introduced to Neryn, and the land of Alban that she inhabited, I was invested in this story. I grew to love the characters, the world, the magic the permeated it. My heart was with them as they were crushed under the tyrannical rule of King Keldec. My hopes lifted with the rebellion. Trust came with difficulty - and in fits and starts. I began to see how it could be d [...]

  • I'm very sad to say that this series went very quickly from a hero to a huge zero. The first two books were excellent and I was so looking forward to this one but I was left with nothing but a bad taste in my mouth. The writing was long, drawn out and incredibly boring. I actually managed to fall asleep while reading this which I NEVER do! It completely lacked all the magic and spark that the beginning of the series had and I'm still puzzled at the drastic turn it took for the worse.

  • The Shadowfell trilogy is one of Juliet Marillier's best written YA fantasy novels, probably one of the best written trio of books she's had post-cancer and the Caller just ends this lovely trilogy up nicely. It's well written with amazing characters, good pacing and intricate world building. However the plot itself was a little too predictable and almost borderline stereotypical for the fantasy genre while the resolution and ending was wrapped up a bit too neatly for my taste. To be frank the p [...]

  • Bravo, bravo! This has been excellent from start to finish. I am so sad that it is finished. I now want to go and re-read some Juliet Marillier favorites - Daughter of the Forest and Heart's Blood. Alas, I have fallen behind in my review books while reading this trilogy so I cannot. I know I have remarked before on Marillier's ability to create such a complex and intricate world. When I finished the last page, I was absolutely convinced that callers existed, and a secret part of me was hoping I [...]

  • (review in english below)Este livro causou-me sentimentos mistos. Houve alguns aspectos da história que me fizeram lembrar a autora no seu melhor, mas outrosAchei a cena da batalha final muito fraquinha e algo atabalhoada (não fazia mal à Juliet ler alguns livros do Bernard Cornwell). Tendo em conta que esta cena era o culminar de toda a história, fiquei bastante desiludida.Também as cenas entre a Neryn e o Flint me pareceram bastante insossas, o que constituiu outro motivo de desapontament [...]

  • I enjoyed the first two books in the Shadowfell trilogy, but I think I liked The Caller the best. Maybe because everything gets sorted at last. However, there were times I couldn't read as there was such tension, that I wondered if anything would turn out right. Juliet Marillier is such a great storyteller. Four and a half stars.

  • 4.5/5The Caller is a hard book to review. When I turned the last page of this book, I couldn't help but be sad. I've grown to love the characters in the Shadowfell series and the world they live in, and I've found it hard to say goodbye.Neryn has gone through so much in the last three books that I sometimes can't believe she's the same shy, uncertain girl I met in Shadowfell. She's really grown into her own and has taken her future in her own hands. Although she never forgot her place in the r [...]

  • The Caller is the strongest of the Shadowfell trilogy; it's filled with the best action and emotion. I cried at the end because I was touched and happy and hopeful. The romance in this series is just a touch, but it's powerful. After the first two books dragged horribly, this one is proof that the author has real storytelling skill and I am glad I stuck it out til the end (though it wasn't without some suffering--I do not think I'll ever revisit the first two books). A lot of people probably nev [...]

  • Flint has been a steadfast inside man for the rebellion, but when THE CALLER opens, he's ready to abandon his post because of the tragic events of RAVEN FLIGHT. One of the perils of reading so many books is that in the year between the second and third books of the Shadowfell trilogy, I'd forgotten what tragedy had happened. It took me a couple of chapters to get back into the swing of things, but I managed.Neryn has accepted her position as the Caller, and she has two more teachers to seek out [...]

  • Buzzwords: Tyranny, rebellion, destiny, Good Folk/fairies, magic, responsibility, greater good, good vs. evil but with shades of greyThis trilogy does not stand out to me among Ms. Marillier's work, but that's not really a bad thing - it just means I love everything I've read of hers. Neryn is a strong female heroine despite not being a typical 'kick-ass girl' - there are some of those, but one of the things I love most about Ms. Marillier's books is the variety of female, male, and fey creature [...]

  • Mas que leitura tão boa, viciante, prazenteira e reconfortante! A Voz foi sem qualquer dúvida o culminar de uma belíssima trilogia. Amei todo o livro, dos momentos de pesar aos de felicidade, dos de ansiedade aos de alívio. A Voz é daquelas obras que nos deixam "quentinhos" por dentro, apesar daquela pontada de saudades que fica. Uma característica maravilhosa dos livros da nossa Juliet.Gostei especialmente dos últimos tão ansiados capítulos. Toda eu me arrepiei, num momento ou outro, o [...]

  • I had to buy an e-book version of The Caller because the Australian publisher is only releasing it in that format for now, which is simply not fair, not fair at all. It was a great read, Juliet at her best in young adult fiction. The trilogy is highly recommended for young adult fiction readers, whether young or old, and a must for followers of Juliet Marillier's wonderful books, as I am.

  • 2.5 stars.Wow, I’ve completed another series this year! I’m on a roll. Getting all those books off my to-read list, finally, feels like an accomplishment.Juliet Marillier is always one of my favorite female fantasy authors. She usually makes females the center of focus in her novels, has positive female to female relations, and stays away from most of the negative tropes and stereotypes. Her fantasy worlds are fun and rich with beautiful descriptive prose, and always include a romance which [...]

  • Opinião do blogue Chaise Longue: girlinchaiselongueDespedir-nos de uma história de Marillier é como dizer adeus a amigos queridos, é como fechar um ciclo da nossa vida, é morrer de saudades de um local, de um sentimento. Capaz de nos fazer sorrir e chorar, capaz de nos enfeitiçar com a sua voz de bardo, que tece feitiços e encantamentos e nos leva para um mundo onde sombras e luz se digladiam, esta autora enreda-nos sempre em histórias pelas quais nos apaixonámos e cujos finais enternec [...]

  • I’ve been a bit lukewarm on the previous books, but thought Marillier really hit her stride in this conclusion to the trilogy. THE CALLER pulled together the various plot threads very neatly, and I couldn’t put it down - suspenseful fantasy indeed. I also liked that she explored revolution in this book - what does it mean to put the cause ahead of everything/everyone else?As for the writing, sometimes alternating POVs can really get on my nerves, especially when the back-and-forth feels mech [...]

  • I devoured this book.I was on pins and needles over if everything would turn out okay for the rebellion and if Neryn and Flint would be reunited again. There was so much danger, so much proximity to the opposing side that I was praying for the best.(view spoiler)[Let me tell you who really shone in this book: Rohan. UNF. This book really brought him out to shine. Glad we got more of him. (However I wanted so much more than what was give.)The reason that I rated the book one-star less is that the [...]

  • With all genre series, but in the YA set in particular, it is so utterly rare to uncover one that truly builds as it goes. But Juliet Marillier’s Shadowfell series does just that, the three books acting as one long, slow-burning story that improves with each step along the way.It’s a series where I started with little more than disdain for the Care Bear main character, and ended with her burrowed deep into my heart. The final book in the trilogy is part epic revolution, part sweeping romance [...]

  • Andava a guardar a leitura deste livro como quem guarda um tesouro proibido. Quem segue o blogue há algum tempo, ou qualquer pessoa que conheça minimamente os meus gostos literários, sabe que Juliet Marillier é das minhas autoras preferidas de sempre. Descobri-a através da Trilogia de Sevenwaters e foi de lá que o Bran, do nome do blogue, veio. De certa forma, a minha relação com os livros desta autora são como uma longa caminhada em que através de lições dolorosas, cheias de dor, sa [...]

  • про всю трилогию напишу. не ожидала даже, что такая хорошая - видимо, джульет марильер (женщина из австралийской глубинки, но с кельтскими корнями) из параллельной янгадалт-вселенной, не из той, откуда все громкие именав этой истории решает интонация - спокойная, немного ска [...]

  • This was a good series. A lot of fantasy and deep thinking. I love the lesson this series teaches and how it's written. This was a good ending. A lot of nail biting, the bad guys seriously freaks me out and I was always worried for my characters. I really didn't know how this would end and I was happy. I just wish the characters had had a little more interaction but the build up to the end was so well done. This book has some violence and torture that is sad but is not detailed. More stuff you h [...]

  • The mediocre and expected ending saved The Caller from earning 2 stars, however it didn't save it from being a hard uphill battle. The Caller continues to plod along in a loose direction in a style reminiscent of Raven Flight. I was hard on Raven Flight because I felt that too much time was spent in introspection and mindless journeying, but I had hope at the end of that book that we were done with all that and could move on. Sadly I was mistaken. The Caller begins right where we left off, with [...]

  • Este volume foi sem dúvida o que teve mais desenvolvimentos. Adorei a forma como Neryn evoluiu e Flint teve uma papel mais preponderante. Uma trilogia que nos fala de luta por liberdade, luta por direitos, esperança e acima de tudo a luta do bem contra o mal

  • How does Juliet Marillier do it, each and every time?Full series review: When it comes to fantasy done right, I have two people I go to: Robin McKinley and Juliet Marillier. Never have they disappointed, and when it comes to Juliet Marillier, after reading the Shadowfell books, that statement stands. I remember being excited for Shadowfell a long time before it released, I got an egalley, started itd lost steam. I was pretty afraid I'd found one of her books I couldn't get into. I set it aside. [...]

  • between 3.5-4The thing I that I really loved about the book was Flint's character. Since he was a spy at court and Keldec's confident, the stress and danger can really pile on. You can see that he was breaking down, mentally and physically exhausted at his pretense. I'm not surprised since such a thing can really damage one's psychological mindset. In other stories, such a character wouldn't really exist. He/She would be acting tired, but not to the point where Flint was: ready to give everythin [...]

  • 3.5The beginning and middle were mostly boring with short stints of interest (especially after Neryn went to that place) but the end and climax were incredible.This book could have been a lot shorter. There were a lot of filler parts that did nothing to enhance the plots or characters, just bogged the story down. Better than the second but not as good as the first.

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