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The Fallen and Leviathan (The Fallen 1)
The Fallen and Leviathan - The Fallen 1
Author: Thomas E. Sniegoski
On his eighteenth birthday, Aaron begins to hear strange voices and is convinced he is going insane. But having moved from foster home to foster home, Aaron doesn't know whom he can trust. He wants to confide in the cute girl from class, but fears she'll confirm he's crazy. — Then a mysterious man begins following Aaron. He knows abou...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781442408623
ISBN-10: 1442408626
Publication Date: 7/20/2010
Pages: 544
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 37 ratings
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
During the first three chapters I had to force myself to keep reading. I have issues with not finishing a book, and I was debating on the merits of this young adult novel. The main character was irritating at first because he was whining about being tired and makes the comment that he doesn't know how he'll deal with being worn out when he's old... "like when I'm thirty." After rolling my eyes and reminding myself that this was for young adults, I pressed on. After chapter four things started to improve and I actually started getting into the story. I think that a basic understanding of the Christian religion will help with understanding this story, but you don't have to be an expert since the author does a nice job explaining the different types of angels (which is a key piece of this story). The author doesn't pull any punches when it comes to the action either. Beware, if you're looking for a feel good book where everyone lives happily ever after, this isn't the book for you. All in all, I would say it's a fairly interesting read. Some of the dialoque seemed a bit canned.. but other than that, I'd say it's worth the time.
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I enjoyed the authors character development in the first book(s) of the Fallen series as this is actually two books in one. I am drawn to the main character, Aaron, as he seems to be a goodhearted and well adjusted kid in foster care, and I absolutely love the comic appeal of the main character's dog, Gabriel. I look forward to following their adventures to find a place for the fallen of this world.
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I loved this book! I thought it would be like some of the other 'fallen angel' books that I have read, but it wasn't and was very unique! I didn't like that at some points, where there was a lot of action, the point of views would change mid-page or even mid-paragraph. It was still pretty easy to follow though! Very enjoyable!
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This was an awesome book. I wish the movie was as good.