In the third installment of Molly Harper’s Sorcery and Society series, we follow Sophie Hennessey as she navigates her first year of college. With a newfound love for practicing sorcery and an abundance of new friends (not to mention enemies), Sophie has never been more alive. But when tensions between humans and supernatural creatures reach a breaking point, it becomes clear that things are about to get much more complicated—and dangerous—for everyone involved.
For who is this book for ?
Calling is a teen and young adult book written by Molly Harper. It is the third installment of her Sorcery and Society series. In it, Sophie Hennessey navigates her first year of college, making new friends (and enemies) along the way. When tensions between humans and supernatural creatures reach a breaking point, Sophie must use all she’s learned to protect those she loves most.
- This book is a fun and light read that will keep you entertained.
- It’s the perfect series for young adults who are looking for a magical story.
- The characters are well written and lovable, which makes it easy to get invested in their stories.
- The third book in a series often feels like it’s just filler to lead up to the final installment.
- The characters can be overly melodramatic and cliche.
- The author may have run out of ideas, as this book is noticeably lacking the humor present in the first two books.
Learn more about the author
Molly Harper is the author of more than two dozen books, including the Sorcery and Society series and the Jane Jameson series. A native of Kentucky, she now lives in Nashville with her husband and two daughters.
“I was hooked from the first page!”
“If you’re a fan of Young Adult Paranormal Romance, then Molly Harper is an author you need to be reading!”
“Calling is an amazing conclusion to the Sorcery and Society series. Molly Harper does a fantastic job of weaving together all the different plot lines, while still providing plenty of action, humor, and romance. I highly recommend this book (and series) to fans of urban fantasy.”