Call Down the Hawk: The Dreamer Trilogy, Book 1
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Listening Length 13 hours and 45 minutes
Author Maggie Stiefvater
Narrator Will Patton Release Date 05 November 2019
Publisher Scholastic Audio
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English
Best Sellers Rank #22,487 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals)
#50 in Epic Fantasy for Teens
#13,076 in Children's Fantasy (Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Tamquam alter idem
By Autumn Melody on 22 November 2019
Call down the hawk was amazing! It felt like a very good continuation of The Raven Cycle, but with the focus being on the Lynch Brothers. Ronan and Declan have POVs, Matthew doesn't (yet). Then we have some new characters - Jordan Hennessy and Carmen Farooq Lane who have POVs.

Adam is in there (well, it is Ronan's book after all), but he doesn't have a POV. There's text messages from Gansey and Blue to Ronan.

There's a lot of Declan Lynch eating antacids (because his brothers don't listen to him) 😂 This book is finally painting him in a new light.

There's lots of cool dream related stuff because we now have other dreamers apart from Ronan. There's cute scenes with Adam and Ronan, crazy scenes with Declan and everyone else, and freaking hellish scenes with the new characters. There's a whole new type/species, and a whole new threat on a grander level.

🔍 Things you will Google search while reading:
- What does that Latin phrase mean?
- Is that a poem in Latin?
- Is that art from real life?
- ohh guess we're looking up paintings now.
- What kind of a car is that?
- Is that a real place in Virginia?

❔Will this book answer your Dreamers related questions? Maybe.
❔Will this book create more questions and confusion? Definitely.

***Minor spoilers***

Favorite dialogues:

- “There are stains that spread faster than you drive. If you drive, it'll take fourteen years to get there. Seventeen. Forty. One hundred. We'll be driving to your funeral by the end. “

- Ronan Lynch's Marvelous Dream Emporium

- “Why don’t you just say ‘I love you’?” “Why do you wear your burrito on your shirt instead of in your mouth”

- “Boudicca is the original goth. Ronan Lynch wishes he was that badass.”

- “Is badass one word or two” (Doesn’t your phone have autocorrect, Gansey?)

- He looked like his brother, in a harder way, like Declan Lynch had been inserted into a pencil sharpner and Ronan Lynch had been taken out after. (OMG! Best line ever! 😂)

- Tamquam, alter idem 💕(Ugh! My heart!)

This book will make you laugh and cry. You know how Wayward Son was angsty and ended bizarrely? Yeah, hold on to your seats again.

Note: Read the short story Opal before starting this to make sense of the whole Nightwash thingy.

P.S. Ahh come on, Amazon! I bought this for 1400 and now you put it up for 600 🤧
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Worthy Successor
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 December 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Everything I Hoped It Would Be
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3.0 out of 5 stars The last 40% was 5 stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 December 2020
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3.0 out of 5 stars The last 40% was 5 stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 December 2020
First off, I want to say I loved the last 40% of this book and could not put it down. However, I seriously considered DNF-ing it for like the first 270 pages and that is a long time to not particularly care what was going on so I can't really give this above a 3 even if I want to after that second half.
There were moments I really enjoyed in that first period, but for the most part I was continuously putting it down to do something else because I couldn't be bothered to read it. Which was super disappointing.
I think part of the reason I struggled with this may have been that I have been building this book up in my head for like the last two years (definitely in the last year since it came out) and I had the wrong expectations. I knew that it was following Ronan and not Gansey or Blue or Adam or Noah (still devastated about that by the way) but my favourite thing about The Raven Cycle was the friendship group, so even though I knew it wouldn't be the same I guess that is more what I was wanting to read and it just wasn't very present - at least until the Lynch brothers properly got close to Jordan and Hennessey - which is actually when I thought things picked up.
The reason I didn't DNF it was because Ronan Lynch is one of my all time favourite fictional characters so I wanted to at least finish the first book in this series so when the next ones came out I would have the option of continuing the series if I heard good things. Plus - what if there are cameos from the rest of the Raven Cycle gang in the future - I do not want to miss that.
I actually really liked Jordan and Hennessey, and I was absolutely living for the Lynch brothers content. I was not expecting to like Declan that much but I really do, and Matthew - as always - was wonderful. Honestly, the Lynch brothers made me teary a number of times while reading this book.
I did not really care about Carmen though - I just couldn't get into her as a character and I don't currently care that much about what happens to her.
Another big pro of this book - the Pynch moments - minimal though they were, that is a ship I would die for and Maggie better not get any ideas about hurting them.
So having now finished Call Down the Hawk, I will be picking up the next book when it comes out, but I'm going to try to lower my expectations first.
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Manda Scott
5.0 out of 5 stars Sheer, unremitting genius
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 December 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Desperately seeking Lindenmere
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 November 2019
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