Fallen (Fallen, #1)
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 466
Most readers who have discovered the Fallen series either seem to be delighted or repulsed, and I can safely say that I'm neither. It didn't invoke any emotion apart from a feeling of boredom. To put it in perspective, I would rate it slightly more favorable than Hush Hush, but even Twilight was far...
I'd say there are spoilers in this review, but since there is very little by way of plot it's almost like a warning isn't even necessary! But, yeah. There are spoilers. Before I finished this book, I came across a statement made by one of the book's villains and it was a better recap than I could ev...
Do you see the cover? See how pretty it is? OK, you're done. You've just finished with the best part of the book.There are a lot of comparisons with Twilight, and it makes sense because the formula is the same: Pathetic Girl + Supernatural Boy = TrueLuv4Eva (while showcasing one of the most unheal...
3 1/2 stars. Interesting concept. The book was really slow to get going (about halfway in it finally got interesting for me). Some information is finally revealed near the end of the story, but not enough. I will probably read the second book to see if the series gets better.
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