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The Summoned (Angel) Mass Market Paperback – November 27, 2001


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Product Details

  • Series: Angel (Book 10)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Simon Spotlight Entertainment (November 27, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0743407008
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743407007
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.1 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,344,563 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Cameron Dokey is the author of nearly thirty teen novels.  She lives in Seattle, Washington.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Marc Ruby™ HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 10, 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Just in time to cure Buffy-verse withdrawal, a new Angel story has arrived. Cameron Dokey, who is a prolific author with several Buffy tales, has managed to find another twist on Angel's find demon/kill demon plot line. This time Doyle gets a staring, if somewhat embarrassing, part and we find that Angel's half demon assistant is much more than the frequent victim of Cordelia's acid tongue.
Doyle has a major vision in the middle of his nightly beer run. One that starts out inside the head of a woman who is being burnt to a crisp and ends up with an image of a mysterious spinning coin. Badly shaken up, he is aided by Terri Miller a young woman who is trying to live in Los Angeles. In short order Doyle has offended Terri and run out trying to find Angel. Upset by Doyle and her own poor luck Terri leaves the store to encounter Andy, a young man who seems to have everything figured out. No surprise, Andy offers to help Terri out, getting the major subplot underway.
When Doyle reaches Angel, they are puzzled by the parameters of a vision that offers so little help. They already know they have a problem with something that likes to burn people up, since the police are desperately trying to find a serial killer that everyone is calling the Krispy Kritter. But when they get to the site of that night's Kritter killing they find no new evidence. While Detective Kate Lockley is not assigned to this case, Angel notices that she is haunting the scene.
Kate is involved because a close friend, Dierdre Arensen, has lost her father to the Kritter. Dierdre is so frustrated with the LAPD's lack of progress that Kate finally decides to take the psychologist to see Angel.
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By fjmcmm on June 28, 2002
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The story was interesting, eventhough I thought the character "Angel" was written a little different than usual. He was kind of indifferent towards Doyle and Cordelia, close to being rude. That's not the "Angel" I've come to know. Great novel for fans of "Doyle". Not the best of the novels I've read so far, but still interesting enough to hold your attention, especially if you're a fan of the TV show.
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24/1 - This is the next book in my 'read everything on my library shelves' challenge, because it's the next book alphabetically and categorically. Immediately recognised Dokey as one of the multiple authors from the book I was reviewing this morning - The Warren Witches (Charmed). Her unexpected appearance writing for Angel just hours after I finished reading her Charmed story made me think of a British tv phenomenon I've noticed. Others who watch a lot of British tv shows might also have noticed that if you were to watch any three random British tv shows you'll find you are about 90% likely to come across one or more actors who are in two or more of those three shows. I figure there's only a limited number of actors for hundreds of different shows, so you come across the guy from that cop show last night in this sci-fi show with the girl from the period drama you watched on the weekend - it's a bit like that game 'seven degrees of Kevin Bacon'. Hopefully Dokey's Angel story is as good as the one she wrote for Charmed - she got the 'voice' of all the main characters exactly right, unlike another author who writes fanfic for multiple tv shows including Buffy and Charmed. To be continued...

27 pages later - I was all ready to point out the error in the idea that Cordelia might get a phone call that leads to her big break on Doyle's phone when Doyle pointed out the idiocy in the idea first - that was a good trap, I was all riled up and ready to slam Dokey for stupidness in her logic, when I turned out to be the one looking foolish. Although I enjoyed Dokey's writing in the Charmed book, I'm not sure I feel like reading more fanfic right now.
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By Blue Tyson on August 6, 2007
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A fire demon starts a cult to do his dirty work for him, he gives people what they want, but forces them to choose a mark for him to take the life of.

Doyle literally runs into a girl that is involved, and a vision has shown him more. A friend of Detective Kate Lockely is trying on the investigation thing to hide her involvement.

Fun scene at the end, with Angel Investigations and a bunch of fire extinguishers directed demonside : "Now I know what a Ghostbuster feels like," Cordelia said.
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A Kid's Review on July 12, 2005
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this book is really good .it explains what l.a. is like to people who have never been there. it tellls you to not get in a cult or something you don't know about very well.
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