Call Down the Hawk (The Dreamer Trilogy, Book 1)
Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338188356 Ebook
448 Pages | Ages 14 & Up
Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338188325 Hardcover
480 Pages | 5.828" x 8.537" | Ages 12 & Up
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Raven Boys, a mesmerizing story of dreams and desires, death and destiny. The dreamers walk among us . . . and so do the dreamed. Those who dream cannot stop dreaming — they can only try to control it. Those who are dreamed cannot have their own lives — they will sleep forever if their dreamers die.And then there are those who are drawn to the dreamers. To use them. To trap them. To kill them before their dreams destroy us all.Ronan Lynch is a dreamer. He can pull both curiosities and catastrophes out of his dreams and into his compromised reality. Jordan Hennessy is a thief. The closer she comes to the dream object she is after, the more inextricably she becomes tied to it. Carmen Farooq-Lane is a hunter. Her brother was a dreamer . . . and a killer. She has seen what dreaming can do to a person. And she has seen the damage that dreamers can do. But that is nothing compared to the destruction that is about to be unleashed. . . .
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Praise forThe Raven Boys:"Stiefvater is a master storyteller." —USA Today"A dizzying paranormal romance tinged with murder and Welsh mythology." —The Los Angeles Times* "Simultaneously complex and simple, compulsively readable, marvelously wrought." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review* "A tour de force... such a memorable read." —Publishers Weekly, starred review* "One unexpected and wonderful surprise after another... a marvel of imagination." —Booklist, starred review* "The Raven Boysis an incredibly rich and unique tale, a supernatural thriller of a different flavor... Fans have been salivating for Stiefvater's next release andThe Raven Boysdelivers." —School Library Journal, starred review"Equal parts thriller and mystery, with a measured dash of romance sprinkled on top... Maggie has woven such a unique, intriguing narrative that I struggled for comparisons." — MTV.com A Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year