Fallen Angel

Fallen Angel

Book - 2011
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When sixteen-year-old Ellie meets up with a boy from her past, she discovers that the two of them share inexplicable powers and that they are somehow involved in an ancient conflict among fallen angels that forces them to choose sides, with terrible repercussions.
Publisher: New York : HarperTeen, c2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061965708
Characteristics: 310, 12 p. ; 21 cm


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KJtheEpicFailure Apr 04, 2013

A pretty good book, though it did leave me wanting a little more. Overall the characters could've used some work, but I'm excited to see if they will develop more in the sequel. Decent plot though it kind of spoiled the whole 'vampire' myth, as the title of the book is "Fallen ANGEL". But besides that the book was enjoyable.

Sep 25, 2012

i think it ok

Feb 02, 2012

This book just never really had my attention. I gave up when Ellie decides to make the trip to London. Over all, I gave this book a shot, and I was excited to read it, it failed to meet my expectations. Not an enjoyable read.

Jul 06, 2011

This book was okay, but it could have been better with a little more work by the author.
The idea was good and so was most of the beginning, it was just the way she ended it, like she was being rushed to finish a deadline. As I got closer to the ending I was expecting the huge good vs evil battle and the 'Elect one' as she kept repeating would have to well...DO something important. Instead, I was dissapointed by the death of one evil guy -just one- when she pointed out that they were many others, stronger even. And to make matters worse the 'Elect one' didn't even kill him! What was the point of mentioning an 'Elect one' if all she did in the story was find out she is the 'Elect one'!!

Don't get me wrong, I didn't hate the book, it was just a little dissappointing.


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Jul 06, 2011

E_Kazan thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over


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Jul 06, 2011

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When Ellie Faneuil first sees Michael Chase she feels an instant connection. They soon learn that they share more than a powerful attraction: They have powers that are otherworldly. Together they go in search of what they are...and find themselves center stage in an ancient conflict. But will they choose the same side?


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Jul 06, 2011

In a way, he was right about it not mattering. Soon enough, we'd have to figure out who -or what- we were. So I relaxed into his arms and let my questions rest. For the moment, I allowed myself to just be, whatever I was -with Michael.


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