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  • Paperback: 544 pages
  • Publisher: Simon Pulse; Bind-Up edition (March 9 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1442408626
  • ISBN-13: 978-1442408623
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 14.2 x 3.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 558 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #175,006 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Zercia on Jan. 13 2014
Format: Paperback
I was happy to find out it was a boy main char not many of the books I been reading had a special boy. It was a very interesting idea with fallen angels it had good char growth.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michelle on April 9 2010
Format: Paperback
I picked up this book unexpectedly, the picture on the front was intriguing and it sounded really good. I have really enjoyed other books on fallen angels so I thought why not. This book was different from them somewhat. It focused more on the battle of the angels and how it all began. I don't know a whole lot about religion but I think a lot of this book was based on that somehow? There wasn't really much of a love story in it, but it might be coming in the next book? I absolutely fell in love with the dog "Gabriel" in this book, which is odd to have an animal a main character but it was very good. I loved the relationship he had with his dog. I can't say too much about it because I don't want to give too much of the story away. I hate reading reviews when people give away important parts of the story. I found I laughed, cried and was on the edge of my seat with the book, all things I look for with a good story. There weren't any reviews for this book anywhere for me to make a decision so I just went with it and I am glad I did. I am really anticipating the next book The Fallen 2 in July.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Storyline! Dec 25 2010
By MichaelP - Published on
Format: Paperback
Even though I am an over forty reader, I find a lot of the YA books are just as fascinating and entertaining as the adult genre. This series of books about fallen angels is exciting and even a little sinful. I really like the fact that the main character is male. Most of the YA books deal with female angst ridden characters. Aaron is a likeable anti-hero with just enough bad-boy in him to make him seem real. The religious overtones are not too preachy or asking the reader to believe in something against their will. The pace makes it hard to put the book down. The movie adaptation is good, but veers of dramatically from the books. I am looking forward to reading more from this author.
26 of 33 people found the following review helpful
Kinda decieving Feb. 4 2011
By Darkfallen - Published on
Format: Paperback
Okay so let me start by saying this book is not what it appears. What is that saying again? Oh yeah "don't judge a book by it's cover. " At first glance you see a hot guy standing there, and you know from the title it is about fallen angels, so one would assume it's a chicky YA book right? Yeah no so much. This book I think would have better received by the male persuasion. Even though a guy wouldn't be caught reading a book with a cover of a half naked guy. That being said let's get on with it shall we?

Aaron is the average 17 yr old boy except he's not.... Aaron has never met his birth parents. His mom died during birth and his dad is just another run off dead beat....or is he? Aaron lives with his wonderful foster family that he adores. It is sweet to see how much he cares for them and is autistic little foster brother. His best friend happens to be his dog. ( which just so happens to have the best dialogue in this book) Aaron starts having weird dreams and things happen to him when it all comes crashing down on his 18th birthday. I don't want to spoil anything so I'm going to get on with this review.

It is a good thing this book came as a double feature. If book 1 and 2 wasn't bound together I probably wouldn't have picked up the second book. The first one is very slow and lengthy. To much filler for a first in a series. The story kinda hits the ground running. In a sense that you meet a lot of different characters. The book is told in the third person and it doesn't work for this book. You end up reading a bunch of stuff you don't really care about and buy the time you start to find yourself building ties to a character it drops off, and your on to someone/someplace new. It's a viscous cycle that leaves you not able to get invested emotionally in the characters, and mostly bored. My need to understand and like this book made me stick it out. The second book is alot better but still not great:( this makes me soooooo sad. I really had high hopes here. In the second book you find yourself kinda needing to know what happens. It is filled with alot of action but it is very bizarre. Some of it was down right gross and made me gag alittle. This was definitely a guys type of twisted, gory, sic-fiction story. There is a non existent romance to the story. Not so much as a kiss here; so if that is what you are looking for, keep looking.
In the end I have to say that I was disappointed but the author did his job and has left me wanting to read the next volumne.....eventually. ( and prolly only because it is already sitting on my shelf) I did learn a lesson here though! Never buy the entire series without reading the first book. My need to finish what I started and not wAste money is what makes me want to read the next.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great Read Oct. 13 2010
By LAS Reviewer - Published on
Format: Paperback
What's better than a guy with a beautiful set of wings? When he knows how to use them.

When I picked up this book (which is really two, but they flow so well together, I forgot it was two), I broke a cardinal rule. I liked the cover. But I have to say, that it was worth it. I don't read a ton of YA, but this one was indeed cool. Fallen angels, demons, and the ability to speak to animals (or at least understand them); caught my attention from page one. I felt like I was there with Aaron, learning about his heritage, and coming to terms with what he is, the son of a fallen angel and a human female.

This book was hard to put down. Why? It moves at a nice, brisk pace and there are plenty of little details that correlate (sort of) to The Bible. It was rather fun to try to figure out how the main players were manipulated to create this story, and it was totally worth the read.

Aaron, even though he's not a typical teen, is a good teen for others to read about. Talk about angst. Yeah, the guy has issues. Girls, who he is, frustration, it's all here, but with a great paranormal twist. I loved his dog, Gabriel. He's got the best lines. What got to be a bit troubling was the heavy-handed use of passive voice. Sometimes I felt like I wasn't really in Aaron's point of view where it would've been better to be. Still, it wasn't enough to detract from the story and make me not want to continue.

I'm glad I read this book. If you want a paranormal that's a little off the beaten path, then pick up a copy of The Fallen. I give it 4.5 suns.

Originally posted at Aurora Reviews
20 of 26 people found the following review helpful
The Fallen April 29 2010
By D. Kraus - Published on
Format: Paperback
I couldn't agree less with the above review. I've read all four books in the Fallen series and find all the stories engaging and solid. I bought the four books when they originally came out and plan to pick up these new combined editions. Solid, fun, touching and action packed stories make for a great read! Don't pass them up! Ignore the above review you'll cheat yourself out of some great reading!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Two Books, Two Opinions Dec 21 2012
By CoLiamPet - Published on
Format: Paperback
Alright, I had to split the difference here and give this three stars: four for The Fallen and two for Leviathan. Because of the desparity, I broke the review down into two parts.

The Fallen:
Fast paced, well written with fascinating biblical lore. A most excellent beginning! What I love about Sniegoski's novel is that the lines between good and evil are often blurred, leaving the reader to decide what and how they feel. Plus, there's a talking dog! How do you not love a talking dog?

The characters are well written and easy to empathize with, even the "bad" angels. Aaron is appropriately conflicted and reticent. Camael and Verchiel are perfectly constructed, and appropriately illustrate the ages old battle between good and evil.

I can't wait to see where this story goes!

Okay, maybe I can wait to see where the story goes. Apparently nowhere.
While the characters evolve (always a plus), the story is literally a throw away. When finally I'd finished the book, I was perplexed, wondering how this particular arc factored into the series, of which there are SEVEN books. I just didn't get it and felt that I could have skipped it entirely and moved onto book three without fear of losing momentum, something I wish I had done.

This installment focuses on a mysterious little seaside town where strange things abound. Okay, groovy. But that's it. Aaron is almost immediately separated from Camael, who is a non-factor throughout much of this tale (and he was a fave of mine), and we spend 85% of our reading time following a hapless Aaron around as he tries to figure out the mystery. *Yawn*

BUT, I've read books three and four and the story has resumed its awesomeness! So don't despair, read the series, aside from book two it is really great.

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