The Fallen: Leviathan. Thomas E
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 517
Edition language: English
Series: The Fallen (#1)
This omnibus edition of the first two books in Sniegoski's series about fallen angels is both entertaining and thought-provoking. In The Fallen, we are introduced to Aaron, a lonely seventeen year old boy who doesn't feel like he belongs in the world, and in the sequel, Leviathan, we follow Aaron as...
Actual rating - 3.7Very specific rating there. Here's why. I enjoyed the book. Don't get me wrong, it was quite generic and very... True to the current craze of the YA genre. You had the whole good angel, fallen angel, nephilim thing going on, but there was added stuff. For one, the main character w...
I could not, for the life of me get into this book. I had started reading this back in June and I thought I would take a break from it and come back…same story.It had the awesome storyline the hot guy cover ;) , but it was honestly just dull. The writing was standard, not terrible and the story seem...
It was okay, not my favourite book but the dog was cool :) I'll definately finish the series though.
What the hell? I don't remember anything about this book. Seriously. Like, it made no fucking sense. I like the dog. No -- I love the dog. That's it. Hell, these books are so fucking confusing that I have absolutely no motherfucking idea what books I have read and what books I haven't, and when I fl...
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