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The conclusion to the worldwide bestselling FALLEN series, with exclusive content from the darkly romantic world of FALLEN and an excerpt of Lauren Kate''s novel TEARDROP.

USA Today bestseller
New York Times bestselling series
More than 3 million series copies in print!


When evil triumphs . . . when the world ends . . . trust your love.

The sky is dark with wings. . . . Like sand in an hourglass, time is running out for Luce and Daniel. To stop Lucifer from erasing the past, they must find the place where the angels fell to earth. Dark forces are after them, and Daniel doesn''t know if he can do this—live only to lose Luce again and again. Yet together they will face an epic battle that will end with lifeless bodies . . . and angel dust. Great sacrifices are made. Hearts are destroyed. And suddenly Luce knows what must happen. For she was meant to be with someone other than Daniel. The curse they''ve borne has always and only been about her—and the love she cast aside. The choice she makes now will be the only one that truly matters. In the fight for Luce, who will win? The astonishing conclusion to the Fallen series. Heaven can''t wait any longer.

“Sexy and fascinating and scary . . . I loved loved loved it!”
—P. C. Cast, New York Times bestselling author on Fallen
 

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PRAISE FOR FALLEN, THE BESTSELLING SERIES BY LAUREN KATE
 
“Bloodsuckers are about to have some competition for the hearts of YA readers.”
The Daily Beast
 
“This emotional roller coaster will have you turning the pages nonstop!”
—Seventeen.com
 
“This series has delivered glorious settings, fast-paced action and a love that transcends death.”
Justine magazine
 
“Readers will pine right alongside Luce.”
Publishers Weekly
 
“This epic romance is a perfect blend of mystery, intrigue, and celestial imagery with a beautiful, bittersweet ending.”
SLJ
 
“Twilight-style success could be in the cards for the fallen-angel saga.”
The Bookseller
 
“Compellingly readable . . . readers will be hooked on Luce’s story.”
VOYA
 
“The Southern Gothic atmosphere . . . is so well crafted that readers can easily picture Luce walking among the marshes and crumbling buildings.”
Kirkus Reviews
 
“A tantalizing, atmospheric Gothic romance, Fallen is well worth picking up.”
New York Times bestselling author Melissa Marr

About the Author

LAUREN KATE is the internationally bestselling author of the FALLEN series: Fallen, Torment, Passion, RaptureFallen in Love, and Unforgiven. Her books have been translated into more than thirty languages. She lives in Los Angeles. Visit Lauren online at laurenkatenovels.com.

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Savanna Spruiell
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Beautiful Story!
Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2020
I absolutely love this series so much! Rapture is one of my favorite Fallen books! This one gives me a little bit of that Mortal Instruments kind of vibe. I got pretty emotional during some parts. There were a lot of things I didn''t expect! It makes an amazing finale to the... See more
I absolutely love this series so much! Rapture is one of my favorite Fallen books! This one gives me a little bit of that Mortal Instruments kind of vibe. I got pretty emotional during some parts. There were a lot of things I didn''t expect! It makes an amazing finale to the series. That is until Unforgiven came out which I am just starting to read.

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I usually don''t like to add too many spoilers to my reviews, but I really want to talk about what I thought about the major parts of the story!

I am so heart broken that both Gabbe and Molly died! I loved Gabbe and even though I didn''t like Molly I feel like she didn''t deserve to die. When I first read this book I did not expect Luce to be an angel! Throughout the series the books make you think that Daniel was the one meant to tip the scales, but actually it was Luce! Even more shocking to me was that Lucifer was actually her first love! He was possessive and envious of Lucinda''s adoration of the Throne. After she dumped him Daniel found her crying in the meadow. They fell in love and shared a kiss. She''s the one that split heaven in two! Luce makes the decision to pick Daniel all over again and so both the Throne and Lucifer agree to break the curse and allow them to be reborn as mortals, not having any memory of being angels with no guarantee they will meet. Seventeen years later they do meet at Emerald College and fall in love for the first and last time! It kills me that they couldn''t be angels together and for them to not remember the last seven-thousand years! I was in awe when Daniel was the one that said "You just—you look so familiar. I could have sworn we''ve met somewhere before." He still has his violet eyes! So you see I have mixed feelings about the ending. It''s bittersweet and regardless I still love it!

Also, I haven''t seen anyone talk about this, but in the book covers Luce has always worn a black dress. In Rapture she''s wearing a white dress! Is that a representation about the curse being broken? It must be. Of course it is!
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Zeochips
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Paid for a new book; recieved an obviously used one.
Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2020
I love the series. That is not why I am giving this 1-star review. First bad sign: the box was crunched. As you can see in the first picture, there top right corner is messed up. That may not be the fault of the seller. Alas, my other complaints are. This book was supposed... See more
I love the series. That is not why I am giving this 1-star review. First bad sign: the box was crunched. As you can see in the first picture, there top right corner is messed up. That may not be the fault of the seller. Alas, my other complaints are. This book was supposed to be NEW. You can see in the thied picture, where I partially tore off the sticker, it says "New". You can see on the second picture, the binding has residue from a sticker that was peeled off before it was shipped to me. The binding has what looks like a blue crayon down the binding. I am NOT impressed. This is the first and last time I will be buying from this seller. I paid for a new book, and based on the residue all over the book (there is some on the front cover and on the binding too), I recieved an obviously used book.

An important side note: I take IMMACULATE care of my books. It''s still readable, so if I didn''t take such good care of my books it would be fine. If there was a little sticky residue or maybe just the corner was messed up, I would be bummed, but still keep the book. I absolutely refuse to keep this book because putting it next to my other books will make them sticky and I have no way of getting that mark out or getting the sticker residue off.
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Bri
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
An amazing ending to an amazing series!!!
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2013
This book has a very good ending that I can''t get out of my head. Lauren Kate did an amazing job and the ending was bitter sweet that it made me cry!!! I loved Luce and Daniels story and am upset that it''s over I will definitely miss these characters a lot. I can''t believe... See more
This book has a very good ending that I can''t get out of my head. Lauren Kate did an amazing job and the ending was bitter sweet that it made me cry!!! I loved Luce and Daniels story and am upset that it''s over I will definitely miss these characters a lot. I can''t believe that it''s over! I need more stories about Luce and Daniel!!

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Luce and Daniel and the rest of the angels have nine days to stop Lucifer from erasing the past, to do so Luce and Daniel must find where the angels fell but none of the angels seem to have memory of it so they go seeking for 3 relics that when brought together will tell them were the angels fell. During the quest Daniel gets the Outcasts to join them. The Scale are after them and want to make sure that they don''t get the 3 relics. They had split into groups, Daniel and Luce successfully finding the 1st relic. But the Outcasts inform Luce and Daniel that there friends are in danger that Arriane, Roland, and Annabelle had been caught by the Scale. Luce and Daniel go to save them along with the Outcast, once they do they go find the 2nd relic and find out that it''s a women nicknamed Dee who is Sophia''s sister but she was also one of Luce''s past aunts. Daniel then says that the Outcasts had informed him that the other angels are in trouble and were captured by the Elders. They go rescue Gabbe, Molly, and Cam who had been set out to find the 3rd relic. The Elders are armed with starshots and attack Luce and Daniel with them but before they could get to them Gabbe and Molly stepped between them saving their lives but Gabbe and Molly die. They end up killing the Elders, Phil tells Daniel that there are only 4 Outcasts left. They them move on to another location in which Dee tells them what must be done to the 3 relics to find out the falls location. Dee tells Luce that she will have to sacrifice Dee in order to see the location, Luce does not want to do it but ends up doing. In Dee''s last moments she tells Luce that she gives her the gift of knowledge. They finally find out where the fall takes place which is in Troy, the angels head there. After that Luce starts seeing things and begins to think that she is going crazy but then realizes that they are memories of her past and finally Luce figures out that she was an angel the 3rd close to the Throne and also that her first love was not Daniel but that it was Lucifer but then she realized that he was to controlling and falls for Daniel. Lucifer rebels against God and Luce remembers what had happened at the Roll Call, when Daniel is called he says that he choses neither but choses love, Luce comes up next to Daniel and she agrees with Daniel. Lucifer felt betrayed and then cursed them both. But then Luce also see''s another Daniel come up and beg for mercy in which it is granted, then they fall. Luce finally remember everything. Then an announcer has opened in which holds the fallen angels and Lucifer, Daniel tells Luce that she will have to stop him. Luce then comes face to face with Lucifer who tells her that he did this so that her can try to get her back so that they could be together and rule together Luce tells him that she no longer loves him anymore but as they are arguing the Thorne appears and along with with the angels and tells Luce that she has already finished her punishment and it shall be lifted and is asked which side does she chose heaven or hell Luce again says that she choses love and Daniel also stands by her. (Luce also asks the Throne if the Outcasts could go back to heaven, Throne says yes) The Throne offers them that they could be together however they would be reborn as mortals and have no memory as what had happened and who they were and that the angels are banned from seeing them. They both accept.

17 years later Luce and Daniel meet at a college that they are both attending where they don''t have any memory who they were but Daniel senses something familiar about her and Daniel and Luce fall in love with each other for the first and last time:).( but Lucifer meet with her again for just a few minutes, who she of course didn''t recognize.) In the epilogue Annabelle, Arraine, Roland, (Shelby and Miles are married and also expecting a child)Shelby and Miles are watching over Luce and Daniel. And no one seems to know what happened to Cam.:( Annabelle asks Shelby and Miles if they want a heads up on when Daniel and Luce will have their first date? Miles says aren''t they suppose to leave them alone but Shelby quickly disagrees and says yes she would.
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mary roddey
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Take me away, libbylibby88
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2015
Lauren Kate has created an amazing series. Rapture is the last book. She captures the essence of her characters with love. You time travel and experience a vivid part of Lauren''s imagination. There has not been a series of books that took me so many places with her... See more
Lauren Kate has created an amazing series. Rapture is the last book. She captures the essence of her characters with love. You time travel and experience a vivid part of Lauren''s imagination. There has not been a series of books that took me so many places with her characters. It''s a gift to create the amazing circle of the cast of players in these books. You can''t help but understand the misunderstood. You can''t help but feel the heartbreak of Luce as with every life experience, she comes closer to understanding her love for Daniel. Luce has her guardians, all trying to correct the Fall, knowing She is the key. In Rapture, all the characters come full circle. Luce begins to understand her place and the actions of the Fall. We finally see the purpose of Luce''s journey, and Luce does as well. In an Angel series, this has by far been the best I have read. Lauren breathes life in all that she writes. You begin to breathe each character as well. You feel joy, love, heartbreak and most of all the sense of urgency as Lucifer begins to shift the world. As Luce becomes more keen to her role, hope reigns! The twist of the beginning of Daniel and Luce was unexpected and given by grace. Rapture is a fitting title, as the love that was in the beginning, continues until the end. Commitment and glory reign, as Luce and her friends find and understand the Fall. Grace is gift given by Lauren to her myriad of characters. A must read, after you start from the beginning of the series. After all, it was in the beginning.....
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K. Armstrong
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The author rapped this series up in a very nice bow!
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2020
I read the first and second book years ago and loved the Fallen. I wanted to finish the series, but was on the fence about starting the third book, but loved it. This last book of the series just brought everything to a complete circle and will answer all of your... See more
I read the first and second book years ago and loved the Fallen. I wanted to finish the series, but was on the fence about starting the third book, but loved it. This last book of the series just brought everything to a complete circle and will answer all of your questions about Luce and Daniel.
I do amid that I wanted more of the last chapter before the epilogue, but it was still wonderful. I actually finished this book with a giant smile on my face. I love these characters and hate to see them go!
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S. Caughie
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mixed Bag
Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2012
I haven''t uniformly loved the books in this series (yes Fallen, not so much Torment) but I do love the series overall. Though it isn''t always pitch-perfect, ''Rapture'' is still a great ending to the - quadrilogy? Well, series. In particular I''m glad that Kate didn''t try to... See more
I haven''t uniformly loved the books in this series (yes Fallen, not so much Torment) but I do love the series overall. Though it isn''t always pitch-perfect, ''Rapture'' is still a great ending to the - quadrilogy? Well, series. In particular I''m glad that Kate didn''t try to spin it out any further, as seems to be happening too much these days with series in this genre. There''s a definite, logical progression in the development of the two main characters throughout the four books, and the way that their quandry pans out in the last book makes good on that trajectory. Though both the ''twist'' regarding Luce''s true identity and Luce & Daniel''s ultimate fate are somewhat predictable, they''re still satisfying. And let''s be honest: there isn''t much that isn''t predictable in teen paranormal romance novels. Which is part of the reason those of us who love them, love them!

Having said that, there is another twist at the end regarding Luce''s history which I didn''t see coming, and which is actually one of the reasons why I didn''t give this book five stars. Rather like Primrose''s fate in the Hunger Games, the revelation of the second forgotten section of Luce''s past, presumably put in there for effect, seemed to me unnecessary and rushed. More to the point, it depleted what had, for me, been the driving force of the plot and character arc: Daniel & Luce''s unwavering love for and devotion to each other. It also detracted from Luce''s character itself. One of the things I''ve liked about this series is that Luce isn''t necessarily the most perfect and beautiful girl in the room, but Daniel still loves her best, because of what''s in her soul (as he tells us repeatedly.) But the final revelation about Luce''s past [slight spoiler alert] was gilding the lily. We already have three major characters in love with her - this fourth one pushes the situation from just-about-believable into Mary Sue territory. Especially when there are so many other desirable females in attendance... Anyway, to say more about that is to say too much. But I''d be interested in whether other readers felt the same way.

The book''s other major downfall is the many loose ends it doesn''t tie up. And they''re some pretty major ones: what, for instance, was the deal with Trevor''s spontaneous combustion? That has been nagging me since the beginning of the series, but everyone just seems to accept it without explanation, with no mention made among all of the big revelations at the end.

And then, why do so many of Luce''s close friends have to die? I actually hold JK Rowling somewhat responsible for this one - she was determined to kill off lovable characters as if it would somehow give the books greater adult credibility. Now this tendency seems to have infected the genre and similar ones. Can''t good ever just plain triumph over evil? Do there always have to be major sacrifices? It''s annoying, especially when the sacrifices seem just too simple.

Another peculiarly major oversight for Kate: in her Big Decision at the end of the book, Luce agonizes over what it might mean for her and Daniel and their angelic friends, but she never spares a thought for the human friends and family who stand to lose the most from her decision. In fact they never even cross her mind, which seems strange at best, given how important they''ve been to her in the past, and what she''s learned about loss from visiting her past lives.

I was also ready to complain about the fact that Shelby & Miles seem to just fall off the face of the earth, along with the explanation for Arianne''s burns, Roland''s allegiance to Lucifer, etc. Then I remembered the strange little book ''Fallen in Love'' which came out on Valentine''s day. Got it, and it does explain some of these things - though not always particularly well. But that''s another story.

At the end of the day this tragic love story does have a happily-ever-after, and it was well enough done to make me smile. So four stars, definitely. I''ll be interested to see what Kate comes out with next.
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Interesting Fanalie
Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2012
This is the greatly anticipated final book in the Fallen Saga. It is a great read but it is not a stand alone story. If you have not read the rest of the series, you would want to read those before starting this book. As a matter of fact, for those readers who have not... See more
This is the greatly anticipated final book in the Fallen Saga. It is a great read but it is not a stand alone story. If you have not read the rest of the series, you would want to read those before starting this book. As a matter of fact, for those readers who have not visited the Fallen world for a while, you may want to go back and retread book three because this book does very little to remind the reader about the thier place in this saga. That said, this is a wonderful conclusion for this series as it does address a number of issues readers will have questions and want closure for. The author actually does a fabulous job of using literary devices, including foreshadowing, to help the reader build the world that Daniel and Luce live in and come to the finale for this storyline. While this book could offend some Christians, this series has already shifted from the accepted theology; therefore, the reader who gets this far in the series should not be expecting the solutions used by the author to resolve her plot line to follow something Biblical. However, this story is told in such a way that the reader can engage with this series and feel they are in the fantasy world that has been built by the authors vivid imagination. I would recommend this book for the fans of the series because they will find this a satisfying end to this story.
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Danielle Kraack
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Book #4 of the Fallen Series
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2014
Probably one of my favorite YA series. This is the resolution to the series and Lauren Kate did a great job, as hard as it can be sometimes. If you were paying attention, you could see what would happen, but there was still some room for surprise. I really get into the... See more
Probably one of my favorite YA series. This is the resolution to the series and Lauren Kate did a great job, as hard as it can be sometimes. If you were paying attention, you could see what would happen, but there was still some room for surprise. I really get into the Angels & Demons genre and loved this take with its mixture of "fact" (I put fact in quotations because it''s still technically lore, but accepted lore) and fiction. this book follows Luce, Daniel, and gang as they try to put the pieces together to get back to where the angels originally Fell and we pick up a few unlikely friends along the way.
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Mrs Ami Corke
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A bit of a disappointing finale
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 18, 2017
I have read the other Daniel and Luce books with great enjoyment and hoped the ending of their story would be as good. In many ways I found parts of Luce''s back story unfolded in rather a rushed and forced way. It also felt as if there were some holes in the reasoning. I...See more
I have read the other Daniel and Luce books with great enjoyment and hoped the ending of their story would be as good. In many ways I found parts of Luce''s back story unfolded in rather a rushed and forced way. It also felt as if there were some holes in the reasoning. I have tried to minimise the "spoiler" in what I am about to say . If ''The Throne'' is such a forgiving and benevolent character as painted in the final scenes, surely torturing Daniel over thousands of years of losing his love every 17 years does not add up as the act of such a being or something they would allow. Blood sacrifice - that also seemed misplaced and not something I could believe the character in question would bring themselves to do. I also felt there was so much loss for Daniel and Luce this time around...family, all their previous friends and the essence of who and what they were before. The ending for me was more sad than I had hoped it would be and not the satisfying ending one hopes for in a love story. All that having been said I did enjoy the series as a whole .
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F. Lockwood
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Best of the Series
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 19, 2012
I''ve been a fan of Fallen ever since the first book was released, and waiting for the conclusion to the series seemed like an age. I''ll be the first to admit that the Fallen books have always been slightly hit and miss, and has attracted a lot of people who love or hate it....See more
I''ve been a fan of Fallen ever since the first book was released, and waiting for the conclusion to the series seemed like an age. I''ll be the first to admit that the Fallen books have always been slightly hit and miss, and has attracted a lot of people who love or hate it. I''m glad to be on the former''s side. As the final book, it''s often hard to find the balance between a brilliant plot and a satisfying conclusion to the story as a whole, whilst also answering questions and tying up all loose ends. Lauren Kate did this with Rapture, and she did it wonderfully. I don''t think it can be disputed that Rapture is by far and away the best book of the series. It just felt like Kate had finally found and embraced her style of writing which has been yearning to come out for some time, and the words just flowed. All the characters felt much more mature, which was a relief to see. At times in previous books (Torment, I''m looking at you), some had been bordering on irritating with their self-centred, teenage angst feelings - especially Luce - but here they were focused on what they had to do and much more involved. Daniel especially came into his own. His character voice felt much stronger and his and Luce''s love felt much more convincing and worth the battle around them. I was in awe of how the story progressed and was genuinely stunned at some of the plot twists. Nicely done, Kate. What happened felt right, and more than lived up to what we wanted to happen. But the ending, for me, was bittersweet. (Here I am referring to the very end - namely the last two chapters/epilogue) It was the right way to go, I know, but I can''t help thinking things were a little different. I was sad to see the series end - in fact I shed a tear as I read the last line - because I really have loved these books, and have invested a lot of time and heart into them. Endings are always hard, because here we have to draw a line and say goodbye to the characters. So: farewell, Fallen. It''s been worth the wait, and it''s been one hell of a ride. Wingspeed.
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Susannah
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Mixed Feelings
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 5, 2012
I''ve been eagerly anticipating the end of this series, as I''ve found each book worse than the last. Fallen was absolutely magnificent, Torment (Fallen) was good but lacking in certain areas, and Passion (Fallen) was OK, showed some promise at the start then just...See more
I''ve been eagerly anticipating the end of this series, as I''ve found each book worse than the last. Fallen was absolutely magnificent, Torment (Fallen) was good but lacking in certain areas, and Passion (Fallen) was OK, showed some promise at the start then just detrimentally dwindled from there on, insofar as just being about Luce''s "heartbreaking" adventures with Daniel. But let me get on to the book in question: There''s no doubt the first 50 pages or so showed lots of promise; it was quite different and intriguing - I love the seismic time shifts. But from there on it became almost like a repeat of Passion (Fallen) with all the adventures to the different parts of the world Lucinda and Daniel go to. But then again, it was almost completely irrelevant to the first three books; they could not have happened and yet it was still clear what was going on. But, contradictory to the last boring 300 pages - nothing much happens, Luce + Daniel do what they have to do all while snogging and professing their love for one another - secrets are revealed (lots of them) which make it interesting. I loved the ending; it was brilliant because I didn''t expect it at all. Overall I give this book three stars - the series ditto. If all four books were written different or there''d only been two or 3 books then it''d been absolutely amazing. If you ever have any spare time read them. They''re good.
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Laura
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Okay...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 16, 2013
I''ve given 3 stars for this book because, in my opinion, it''s not the best in the series, which is a shame given that it is the ending of the series. without spoiling the book for anyone, I found it quite tedious at times and I found myself having to force myself to read...See more
I''ve given 3 stars for this book because, in my opinion, it''s not the best in the series, which is a shame given that it is the ending of the series. without spoiling the book for anyone, I found it quite tedious at times and I found myself having to force myself to read it. For me it got quite boring and because of this i would recommend people who have not started to read this series, not to bother. If i''d have known how this last book would turn out when i read the first (amazing!) book, I probably wouldn''t have bothered reading the series either. Saying that, if you are a person who has read the first three books then of course you should probably read this one as well, just to give you the overall experience of the characters and story. However, if your not that bothered about reading this book and just think you should because you''ve read the first three (like me) then my recommendation is not to waist your money. So yeah, the fallen series has been a good one (in the first three books), its just a shame about this last book. I feel that more time and effort should have been put into it by the author.
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Rachel Atkinson
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Bitter-sweet
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 20, 2012
I have mixed feelings about this book. In some ways I have enjoyed the Fallen series but I thought certain parts of it dragged a bit and the religious aspects got a bit too cliched for me, as did the whole endless bleating of Luce about how much she loved Daniel and their...See more
I have mixed feelings about this book. In some ways I have enjoyed the Fallen series but I thought certain parts of it dragged a bit and the religious aspects got a bit too cliched for me, as did the whole endless bleating of Luce about how much she loved Daniel and their love is forever, blah blah. Anyway, I thought the first half of the book really dragged and at times I had to force myself to keep reading. There were far too many descriptive passages and not enough action. However I felt the second half, when the revelations finally start, really picked up and I finished it quite quickly. The ending, as some have described it, is somewhat bitter-sweet and not what I expected. All in all, not a bad ending to the series though.
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