Cate Tiernan
Sweep: Volume 4
March 17, 2020 Comments.. 690
Sweep Volume Includes Book SeekerBook OriginsBook EclipseThe fourth Sweep collection Morgan Rowlands had thought her foes were defeated but demons from the past still haunt her and her beloved Hunter Th

  • Title: Sweep: Volume 4
  • Author: Cate Tiernan
  • ISBN: 9780142420102
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
  • Includes Book 10 SeekerBook 11 OriginsBook 12 EclipseThe fourth Sweep collection Morgan Rowlands had thought her foes were defeated, but demons from the past still haunt her and her beloved, Hunter Their magick is strong, but the darkness that torments them threatens to overwhelm even their love Yet there is another, whose magick could save, or could destroy And cIncludes Book 10 SeekerBook 11 OriginsBook 12 EclipseThe fourth Sweep collection Morgan Rowlands had thought her foes were defeated, but demons from the past still haunt her and her beloved, Hunter Their magick is strong, but the darkness that torments them threatens to overwhelm even their love Yet there is another, whose magick could save, or could destroy And caught in the middle of the darkness and light, Morgan realizes that only together can they face the danger that threatens to destroy not just her soul mate, but everything and everyone she loves For the dark wave is coming and it is unstoppable.

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    1 Blog on “Sweep: Volume 4

    1. Nicole says:

      3.5 starsI’ve previously read & loved Volumes 1 to 3 and was really excited to read this one. Sadly I didn’t love this one as much as the others.The others are mostly from the perspective of Morgan and this one isn’t. The first book in here (Seeker) is from Hunter (her boyfriend)’s perspective and yes I did like this, but where I rated the previous ones all 5 starts I’d say this one was more of a 3,5 to maybe a 4 stars.Then the second one (Origins) focuses mainly on one of Morgan a [...]

    2. Roxie says:

      So in my original review of this volume, which was published in like 2013 or something, I said that the characters were starting to feel very flat and one-dimensional, that the compressed timeline was driving me bananas, and that Morgan's Mary Sue level of magical ability was giving me Harry Potter fanfic flashbacks.For the record, all of that is still true. However. The climactic confrontation between Morgan and her allies and Amyranth's dark wave was well done. It felt like they earned that vi [...]

    3. Bmquiram says:

      Great addition to the series. I wish Morgan and Hunter were a little more involved in some parts of this book, but it was still very interesting. I stayed up for several hours reading this book and only put it down when I could not see any longer to read the words.

    4. Cat's Review says:

      Wow. I was not expecting a point of view change with book #10 (Seeker). It seems like a rather abrupt move. Maybe the author had nothing else to say from Morgan’s point of view. I guess she couldn’t come up with anything interesting enough (like we saw what had happened in The Changeling and Strife) so she decided to try a different tactic. It was getting a little tiresome listening to Morgan’s constant mundane life, hearing about her constant Wiccan problems with her family, falling behin [...]

    5. Kate says:

      My favorite line so far:"We're not talking about golf here, Justine. We're talking about magick." -Seeker, p1283.5 stars. This collection started off so well, with probably the best book in the series so far in which we follow Hunter to Canada to find his dad and deal with a renegade witch while he's in the neighborhood. I thought the complicated situation and complex emotions were handled well. The next entry was not so great, however. I'm not a fan of unsympathetic main characters in general, [...]

    6. Jennifer Moore says:

      Time and time again I wish I could it a 3.5 stars. If I was reading all books separate and not in one volume, I would have gave 3 and then a 4. But since one whole book I couldn't. I never want to skip a part so bad as the one about rose and the dark wave.

    7. Allyssa Albino says:

      it's like reading The Beautiful Creatures, I love the story, it makes me understand more about Wiccan religion

    8. Kim says:

      Seeker:I was excited to find this change of narrator from Morgan to Hunter for this book and it felt nice to read something a little different. Hunter is one of my favourite characters in the series and it was great to find out a little more about his backstory and actually getting inside his head. Though I have to admit my mind occasionally wandered and felt like I was wondering back into Morgan's head again, I guess it's really difficult to change point of views (especially gender) when Morgan [...]

    9. Nicole says:

      I was a little hesitant when I learned that the majority of the volume would not be told for the main character Morgan's POV. But I must say that I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book despite the change in POV. Seeker is told form Hunter's POV and I really liked learning more about him in this section. he was more humorous than I thought and at times he was a total guy, yet he was still very much Hunter and if you have read this series you know who that is. Hunter has to leave Widow's [...]

    10. Shona Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mom says:

      This collection of books mixes it up a little, previous books have all been from Morgans POV, with the added bonus of reading sections from other people's Book of Shadows. In Seeker we get the full book in Hunter's POV with the chance to sneak a peek into Morgans BOS, In Origins we get a full story from one of Morgans ancestors that adds so much depth to the continuing story throughout the series. And Eclipse switches between Morgans and Alisa's POV's between chapters to allow us the chance to s [...]

    11. Michelle says:

      I think every book in this series gets better, love all the characters looking forward to reading the last book

    12. Sarah Labas says:

      SeekerI liked the idea of seeing through Hunter's point of view because the direction that the story was heading in really wouldn't have made sense otherwise. However, i found Hunter's reactions to some parts of the story rather dull; I had to take a break from reading this book because of it, but overall good story and good plot. 4 starsOriginsI LOVED this book. I thought it was an extremely well thought out addition to the series as it provided extra incite on the history of woodbanes and dark [...]

    13. Niamh225 says:

      Seeker At the end ofStrifeI wondered about the limitations of a first person narrator when the focus of the story needs to change. This one was written from Hunter's perspective which addresses the issue I guess. I am not really a fan of first person narratives typically. Even when they're done well, as this series is, I still find them limiting. Ten books in and the story is continuing to grow. I find myself wondering if Justine Courceau is going to cause serious trouble and hoping that Hunter' [...]

    14. Lisa says:

      I did somewhat enjoy this volume.I couldn't relate to Alisa's POV (character) as much as I could with Morgan. Maybe it's because I'm an adult and the POV is a young high school girl.It seemed a lot of this had went too fast. I struggled with Origins. A lot of it was just so plain predictable it was just egh. Cate left hints here and there what was going to happen and I also felt like they could of done more with Ciaran. Through out the whole series I thought, whatever happened with Killian, Morg [...]

    15. Stephanie says:

      I'm always captivated by the Wiccan world. I don't know what it is, but I love it. Cate Tiernan surely does not disappoint when it comes to the Sweep series. This book in particular was wonderful. The first part of the book was mostly told in Hunter's point of view with some diary entries from Morgan. I found this part a bit annoying. I simply did not see why Hunter stayed there for so long. He should have just taken him and left. But that's just me.The second book was told from the past and I l [...]

    16. Loreen says:

      It feels quite good to read a different P.O.V. It's like getting to know the other characters very well and understand their feelings. Hunter's was deep, and admirable and quite unique it felt readin g through what goes on in a man's mind. My favorite was Alisa's though, though short, in this volume I have learned to accept her hatred was just misunderstanding and confusion. I knew she will be a prodigy-in-making and her part was just well written, in the eyes of a 15 year old (excuse me if I go [...]

    17. Rena says:

      First one caught me off guard because it was told from Hunter's point of view instead of Morgan. Nine books straight of Morgan's story then suddenly *poof* we are going to tell Hunter's. It actually makes sense, but it took a moment to adjust too.Second one doesn't even take place in the present. It is the "Origins" as it says. I thought this one was really cool. To see what the ancestor went through and see how she created something so big. I can see where things were a little rough for her, bu [...]

    18. Lindis Russell says:

      This volume was really good. We learn that there is another blood witch in town. She struggles with her heritage at first but grows into it in a big way. She helps Morgan, Hunter and his father basically save everyone they love. It seems that at the end of this volume that all evil is vanquished. But it can't be that easy. For one, there's one more vomume left. I can't wait to get into it and see how this story ends. Also in this volume, we get to learn alot about Hunter's life and past. And we [...]

    19. Courtney says:

      This volume features 3 new narrators: Seeker follows Hunter as he tracks down his parents in Canada, Origins is the diary of Rose MacEwan, the first witch who created the dark wave, and Eclipse is dual narrated by Morgan and Alisa. I really missed Morgan as a narrator, and I was largely uninterested in Rose's account (it was too long for me, I wanted to get back to the present). Alisa is a great change though and I liked her. This volume is a big dip in the action as we detour with Hunter and Ro [...]

    20. Summer says:

      Wow I started this book series awhile ago and pretty much devoured the first 3 bind ups. It took me forever to get through this one though. I don't know if it was because I wasn't into witches or if new books came along. I did often find myself frustrated that there wasn't as much Hunter and Morgan as I would like. I feel like these two haven't actually spent that much time together at least not that we have seen Overall, the writing was good that characters were interesting the plot made sense [...]

    21. Pam Brokenshire says:

      So, I still like Hunter, but I was NOT happy about Justine and now I'm weary of his love for Morgan. That poor girl has been supportive and understanding from day one. She doesn't deserve that. Oh, and the fact that all of Origins focused on Rose, an ancestor of Morgan, pissed me off to no end. That story could have been summed up easily as a side story and not have taken away from the characters we really care about. As for Alisa, glad she finally came to terms with witches. Can't believe about [...]

    22. Alexa says:

      If anything I've missed this series and I'm glad that I came back to it after so long. While we hardly get any of Morgan's POV in these three books, it was nice being back with these familiar characters. Although I do have to say that the way Morgan reacted to what Hunter had done in the beginning of the 9th book wasn't really appropriate And honestly, it was quite unbelievable. But overall, I did really like this book. :)

    23. Michelle Carrell says:

      An overall excellent omnibus containing 3 books from the Sweep series. Though, the second book is mostly a side tale (reading a book along with the main character). The last book was a bit drawn out at times and I found myself wanting to grab Morgan by the shoulders and shake her when it took her too long to come a specific answer that was clear to me as a reader from 2+ books ago. I can't believe that this series is almost over! I don't want it to end!

    24. Elizabeth Abbott says:

      I have been reading these books since I was twelve and I never tire of them, witty, interesting and full of occult references that are well researched and accurate. This series also feature some of my most beloved characters I have ever read, I would throughly recommend this book to anyone interesting in Wicca or just in a very well written young adult novel with very loveable characters and plot lines that constantly startle and amaze you!

    25. Sarah says:

      Took me a bit to finish because Origins just couldn't keep me. I liked reading Hunter's point of view. Rose's, on the other hand, was just so uneventful and I couldn't connect with her character until nearing the end. because of Origins, I didn't quite like it like I food the other volumes, though I still didn't hate it. Got through Eclipse from start to finish today. Looking forward to volume 5 redeeming the boredom Origins caused.

    26. Dana Al-Basha دانة الباشا says:

      SWEEP IIII: Secrets. Obsession. Sacrifice.Book 10: SeekerBook 11: OriginsBook 12: Eclipse

    27. Airynn says:

      This was my favorite book in the series. The second book in this one was a diary of the main characters ancestor Rose. It was from 1692 and I enjoyed reading what life was like during that time. Witches were being burned or hanged even if they had no proof. It seems like if you simply decided you didn't like someone you could just accuse them of being a witch and then they were murdered.

    28. Greyland Reviews says:

      3.5 starsI have to say this one was actually enjoyable to read. Probably because Morgan wasn't as involved as she was the other books. I liked reading the POV's of Hunter, Rose, and Alisa. A review to come later. Greyland Reviews

    29. Jocelyn Santiago says:

      Excellent continuation, although a bit slow at times. It took me longer than usual to finish probably because I was reading several books at a time. All in all I'm excited to see how the story ends and I hope it's not as much of a horrible ending as I'm expecting.*Reto de lectura 2015: Un libro de más de 500 páginas*

    30. Erica says:

      I don't usually skim or skip sections of books, I have to read ALL of a story, but I totally skimmed and skipped the second book in this volume. I get that it's important to the story, but it seemed long winded and I was simply uninterested or invested in the characters. The writing could (and should) have presented the information with far fewer pages.

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