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Author Danielle Vega said The Call was "a must-read for anyone who's been sleeping too well at night."
Publishers Weekly Starred Review: "Intense, riveting . . . Blisteringly fast-paced."
Starburst Magazine said "The Call by Peadar O’Guilin is a benchmark of outstanding, suspenseful fantasy in the young adult genre, and it simply demands to be read."
Inis Magazine: "gripping, exciting, thrilling and unputdownable".
Vikki Patis at The Bandwagon said "The Call is a grim, terrifying, clench-your-fists and gasp-out-loud kind of story that takes hold and won’t let go."
Belfast's Culture Hub compared The Call to Goya and The Manic Street Preachers. "Highly recommended."
The Wertzone said The Call "is a mash-up of Battle Royale, Terry Pratchett's Lord and Ladies and an Irish version of Skins, but parsed by O'Guilin's signature dark wit and expert pacing. The book moves like a rollercoaster from the off."
Fly Girl's Cabinet of Curiosities called it a "thrilling novel which is very difficult to put down".
The Bookbag said "I loved, loved, loved this story. It's rooted deep in Irish mythology and landscape and at times has an almost mystic feel. Yet this deep awareness of the underlying mythos doesn't detract at all from the pace or the tension because the action is utterly remorseless."
The Bookseller added it to "Ones to Watch" and called it "a brilliantly compelling adventure."
In Entertainment Weekly, the amazing Maggie Stiefvater suspected The Call was "the sort of book that everyone will read and then at once tap someone else’s shoulder to ask them what they thought of it."