The Seventh Wave

The Seventh Wave Callum is a thief and on one of his jobs he enters a strange house with deadly guardians he escapes but in doing so he triggers a sequence of events which ensure he is a marked man to be hunted down

  • Title: The Seventh Wave
  • Author: Paul Garrety
  • ISBN: 9780732291549
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
  • Callum is a thief and on one of his jobs he enters a strange house with deadly guardians he escapes but in doing so he triggers a sequence of events which ensure he is a marked man, to be hunted down and killed He has also met Sam, a freelance journalist researching the owner of the house, the wealthy Sebastian Cervantes, and his empire.Sebastian is the head of The ClCallum is a thief and on one of his jobs he enters a strange house with deadly guardians he escapes but in doing so he triggers a sequence of events which ensure he is a marked man, to be hunted down and killed He has also met Sam, a freelance journalist researching the owner of the house, the wealthy Sebastian Cervantes, and his empire.Sebastian is the head of The Club, a group dedicated to bringing the Great Ones into our world, enabling the members to share in the spoils of absolute power A surge of energy, The Seventh Wave, will soon carry the Great Ones through the fabric of time and space into our world only a small group of people stand between the Great Ones and their designs on the Earth But the members of Helix are being picked off one by one and the group is severely compromised Callum and Sam find themselves thrown in the deep end, desperately trying to survive and develop their latent magical abilities in a race against time If they lose, so do we all Cervantes must be stopped

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    1. Interesting book To say the least, I'm like The beginning was so good! Wait, correct that, the middle was so good! Because the first few chapters were actually quite confusing and rather badly written I would say. It jumped around far too many characters. So yes, the middle part was the most interesting. There seemed to be about three different themes playing about, the main one: F.E.A.R. The ending: The good guys lose, the bad guys? Well, one bad guy is dead I'm pretty sure. The others that [...]

    2. I received this book as part of a first reads giveaway. Great to see some new Australian talent out there. I really enjoyed this book. I loved that it is a grown up witchcraft tale instead of another teen high school one (although I do still love my YA fiction), it was nice to have adult leading characters in this genre. The story didn’t grab me straight away. The beginning is a bit erratic and all-over-the-place but after a couple of chapters, when the main characters get settled in, it find [...]

    3. Katharine is a judge for the Sara Douglass 'Book Series' Award. This entry is the personal opinion of Katharine herself, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of any judging panel, the judging coordinator or the Aurealis Awards management team. I won't be recording my thoughts (if I choose to) here until after the AA are over.

    4. After a very slow, fragmented start, the book improved and by 200 pages in I was quite enjoying it. Ending let it down though.

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