Caller

Caller Gabriel Braven sees monsters but he does not believe it As Gabriel struggles to cope with the three days he has left on land a new complication arises His grandmother s lover the enigmatic archaeol

  • Title: Caller
  • Author: X. Aratare
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Gabriel Braven sees monsters, but he does not believe it As Gabriel struggles to cope with the three days he has left on land, a new complication arises His grandmother s lover, the enigmatic archaeology professor Johnson Tims seems to know than he should about Gabriel s transformation into a merman Gabriel s lifeline is his own lover, Casillus Nerion, prince of thGabriel Braven sees monsters, but he does not believe it As Gabriel struggles to cope with the three days he has left on land, a new complication arises His grandmother s lover, the enigmatic archaeology professor Johnson Tims seems to know than he should about Gabriel s transformation into a merman Gabriel s lifeline is his own lover, Casillus Nerion, prince of the ocean dwelling, immortal Mer Life on land is becoming and difficult, but their loving mental connection grows with Gabriel s trust in what he is becoming Gabriel is even eager to get in the water if it is to be in Casillus strong arms However, Johnson is even eager to lead Gabriel to the ancient temple his team has discovered that may have some tragic connection with the Mer Not even Casillus can sustain him when Gabriel is plunged into visions of the terrible past between the Mer and the humans but what Gabriel discovers about himself is even shocking.

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    495 thoughts on “Caller

    • I was so into this book, I thought it was great, an improvement from the previous two. But then I got to the last chapter. Where Cthulhu was introduced. And then I just laughed. It was so ridiculous. I mean, even the kraken, or some original octopus creature would have been cool. But Cthulhu? While it's a popular concept, it's from H.P. Lovecraft. Not inspired by myth or even original and it completely took away from the rest of the story. And "Caller of Cthulhu" as Gabriel's title; it's just ve [...]





    • While I’m reading these because I enjoy them and the are a quick read, they are ending too soon. Onto the next book.



    • Gabriel Braven's life on land is becoming increasingly difficult. He has already begun the transition to Mer, so the forced separation from the water is taking its toil on his body. His mind however, is becoming clearer the closer he and his Merman mate, prince Casillus become. It's the dreams Gabriel has that frighten him the most. He can't feel or hear Casillus through their ever growing connection when he is basically trapped in one. And Casillus has put himself in danger before to get to Gab [...]


    • Another great listen. I love the story and the narrator of this book, and even though this one felt a little bit slower near the end, all the things Gabriel saw and experienced while being taken through the temple did a lot to show the history of the mers, why they stopped mating with the humans, and why they pretty much avoided humans for so long.It also gave an insight into the creature that was miles high with tentacles that saved Gabriel from drowning when he was just a child, and how scary [...]


    • This series just goes from strength to strength. In this 3rd volume we bring in ancient sumerian temples, Miskatonik university poking its nose where it shouldn't and Cthulhu and learn that Gabriel is even more special than simply being a merman He is a caller.Gay merman romance, H.P Lovecraft, Ancient Sumerian myths - Pretty much just got a huge grin on my face the whole time I've been reading this story - the different sources are skillfully woven in, the story is gripping, characters are good [...]


    • This series just gets better and better as it continues! I still really love Gabriel and Casillus (Casillus especially is sooo sweet!), and their relationship grows even stronger as Gabriel's time on land is running out.I've mentioned in previous reviews how much I love Corey but it's worth repeating Corey is without a doubt the most caring and best friend a person could have. I really can't wait for him to find out about the Mers and the fact that Gabriel is one!I'm also interested to see what [...]


    • "Book Review for Books 1-3"My Audible Audiobook Review:Awesome!Book 1: Great story about a boy who hates water because of a tragic accident that kill his parents but somehow he becomes different from that experience.Book 2: Great continuation. now we are finding out what is happening to Gabriel but the professor. dude what is up with him?Book 3: AWESOME!!! Finally we get some back information about Gabriel, the Mers and the settlement But that Cliffhanger ending C'mom. when is Gabriel going down [...]


    • Excellent! I had really enjoyed the temple scene in the original book but the way it is written now- oh my God! It is so fleshed out and you really feel concern for both Gabriel and the people around him! I hope that the rest of the series continues to be this one step better. I had loved the original but in the next part of the story was a part that I thought was not originally well done. If a part I thought was well done can be improved upon so well, I can't wait to see what happens next!


    • Yeah, I'm really enjoying the books, but they are short and it would have been better to have put them all into one book, as the author has to go over the past events with each book. In this book you learn more about Tim Johnson and what he's up to. Tim Johnson is the archeologist heading the dig of a hidden Mer city with a Temple that is beyond this world. Gabe's nightmares confront him in a way that literally boggles his mind and he learns so much more about himself.


    • Only Two QualmsI wish these books had only been divided into two books instead of five. That seems unnecessary. Gabriel spent way too much time talking to and revealing too much to, Johnson at the beginning of this book. Anyone else would have told that guy to take a hike - especially after mentioning his parent's deaths.


    • Hm, enjoyable enough, well narration in audio edition too, but personally it's starting to drag. I do believe that all three book till now, could be have been released in one complete book. Why is this released as novellas, its beyond my understanding. Anyway in overall this is still a good work in progress.


    • this was a realy nice continuation in the series. I love how the mythology of the Mer is slowly budling. Sadly I didn't like the face that Chuthul was the monster. I felt like it could have been an orginal monster and it would have been amazing.but besides that I feel like this series is only getting better.


    • The story continues with Cas and Gabe in this third installment. I keep getting the feeling that this is just one really long book that has been chopped into several pieces. I'm ok with that as long as the author keeps them coming! It's light and interesting and not something I usually read but I like it.


    • More pleaseGreat read. Well written,it flows well and pulls you into the story and keeps you there . I can't wait to see what happens next.!! Get this book ,you'll love it. Well worth the money


    • This series is finally giving some answers about what's going on with Gabriel I was on pins and needles at the end of the book Off to book 4




    • Another Good ReadThe continuing story of Gabrial and Casillus is another piece of their life. It was a very good follow up story. It was a good read.


    • this series is still bad, but i mostly read it because i knew it would be quick & I could get back on track w/ my reading goal!


    • Absolutely loved the narration of the audiobook. Felt like I was there as the story unfolded. Well developed characters. Intrigue and warmth throughout. A very good listen.







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