The Call of Death

The Call of Death

by R.J. Garcia

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Hannah Priestly is an obsessive-compulsive California girl attending an English boarding school with the usual teen problems. She doesn't fit in at school and is falling in love with her best friend. But when she wakes up knowing the name of a notorious serial killer at large, Norman Biggs, her life goes from complicated to scary, and her visions only grow darker.  

Rory Veer is Hannah's easy-going, romantically challenged friend, and school crush. When Norman Biggs unexpectedly appears in Rory's reality, terror is set in motion. It is Rory who must acknowledge a past he has denied if the mystery is to be unraveled.

Thrust into a terrifying future, they must find a way to change fate before it catches up with them.  

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BN ID: 2940163549610
Publisher: The Parliament House
Publication date: 11/05/2019
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 300
Sales rank: 172,432
File size: 576 KB

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The Call of Death 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 10 days ago
This beautiful and haunting story gripped me right away. Hannah is an American girl living at an English boarding school. She wakes up knowing the name of a serial killer who will attack her unless she and her friends can change fate. Like R.J. Garcia's first novel, Nocturnal Meetings of the Misplaced, The Call of Death is a roller coaster ride of suspense. It is a story about first love, friendship and loss, interwoven with dark twists the reader won’t see coming. I really liked Hannah and Rory. It is an irresistible love story that grew and matured over time. I enjoyed the suspenseful elements just as much. A cool paranormal mystery!
readergirl0987 13 days ago
I preordered this and read it in one day. I was pulled in by the writing and suspense of it, but even more by the characters. I really liked Hannah and that the love story wasn't insta love. I might have liked Rory even more. He was just so lovable. When Norman appeared in Rory's life I was shocked because the writer was making everything seem so normal. The end was phenomenal. It moved the book from a four to a solid five!
BuriedUnderBooks 15 days ago
This was a twisty ride for sure; imagine suddenly having "knowledge" of someone or something you shouldn't and then discovering that this person will do serious harm to her in the future. In Hannah's case, it's a good thing she has friends to help her stop what's going to happen. Those friends have become her family away from home at the boarding school and, of course, one of those friendships becomes something more but not so quickly as to seem inappropriate or rushed. That's a really good thing, in my opinion, because these are young teens and we get to see them grow over a period of time, making the emotional attachments seem more natural. Seeing one's future must be unsettling, especially for a young girl who is just now learning about her psychic abilities. For Hannah and the reader, it means sudden flips of time, keeping us all on tenterhooks until various threads begin to come together and Hannah and her friends reach a surprising yet satisfying conclusion.
ARRiley 16 days ago
Garcia's writing is beautiful! It dragged me in on page one and kept me reading until the end. The plot is expertly written and the characters jump off the page. If you're looking for a book full of suspense with romance, this is it!