Book Reviews of The Summoning (Sisters of Isis, Bk 1)

The Summoning (Sisters of Isis, Bk 1)
The Summoning - Sisters of Isis, Bk 1
Author: Lynne Ewing
ISBN-13: 9781423103424
ISBN-10: 1423103424
Publication Date: 4/1/2007
Pages: 272
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Hyperion
Book Type: Hardcover
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Meri, Sudi, and Dalila are three girls who live in Washington, D.C., but haver little else in common. Or so they think. when an ancient magic is revealed, so are their true identities as Sisters of Isis...

If you like out of this world magic and fantansy created by normal people, this is a book for you. Anyone more down to earth and practical will discard this as a waste of time.
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We all remember the enchanting world that Lynne Ewing had brought us in THE DAUGHTERS OF THE MOON and then in SONS OF THE DARK. And now Ewing does it again with her new series, SISTERS OF ISIS.

Sudi never thought that one note could change her life; she just thought it would give her a chance at dating her longtime crush, Scott. But that note that fell out of her locker was not from Scott. Instead of Scott at the nice restaurant, he's replaced with Abdel and two other girls. Abdel was sent by the Hour Priest, a secret Egyptian society, to tell Sudi, along with Meri and Dalila, that they are all descendants of the Egyptian Pharaohs and have powers that only they can use to stop the Cult of Anubis.

Like any other teenager, none of the girls believe Abdel--just think Mia Thermopolis discovering she was a princess (SHUT UP!). As each girl tries to get away from Abdel, he makes sure that they each get a scroll, but of course they think nothing of it. Curiosity takes over, though, and before they know it, all three girls turn into unusual creatures: Sudi, a bird; Meri, a cat; and Dalila, a cobra. Their destiny has been set for them and if they still don't believe it, maybe the evil forces will help them figure it out.

THE SUMMONING is another great read from Lynne Ewing. The tales that Ewing brews up and the world that she creates in the SISTERS OF ISIS is even more imaginative and creative. Reading THE SUMMONING just reminds me of how Ewing can take the reader out of reality and into a fantasy that not only haunts but amazes them. THE SUMMONING is only the beginning and the next novel should be just as amazing.
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This is one of the best books I have ever read. It is full of plot twists and a gut renching story. I suggest this story to witch craft book lovers and fans of the series Blue Moon.