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Fate Fallen (A Gallows Novel Book 3) Kindle Edition

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Length: 274 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 860 KB
  • Print Length: 274 pages
  • Publication Date: May 4, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #449,132 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm the twisted mind behind The Gallows Novels and the After Death Series. If you want to know a bit about me, here it is: I spend too much time indoors and probably watch too many horror films. Some of my favourite things are; Alone time, people who know when to shut up, having a drink, eating pizza (usually after having too much drink the night before), reading books, adult swim cartoons, bad horror and sci-fi movies, proper good TV shows like Dexter & The Walking Dead, and last but not least having a laugh with my hilarious other half - this would usually include some of the above.

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This was a great book. I read the first two books in this series and I really like Sharon Stevenson as a writer, she keeps the dialogue punchy and fun, and she keeps the story lines crisply entertaining. But with this book she took a dark turn, and there are some scenes in here that will make you cringe. Which is great fun, the best heroes are always gauged by the villains they face and in this book Stevenson really hits the mark with her bad guy, who is just plain creepy. She also stretches out her characters, I really liked seeing more of Elle/Teri in this book she's a cool character. And Flicky just cracks me up. I'm really looking forward to what happens between Shaun & Rebecca. And the tease for book four was...shocking. I couldn't recommend this book any higher, this is the best book Sharon has done so far, and I'm sure it will just keep getting better.
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Okay, so I guess I'm now officially addicted to this series. I still defend the claim that I don't usually read chosen teenage hero/demon hunter/vampire stuff, but I'm totally making an exception for this author. Last thing I saw on her website, she'll publish the next three parts soon, and I know I'll be among the first to purchase them. Blame the unique humor and the more than relatable characters.
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Rating: 5 stars

This is the third instalment of the Gallows’ series and so far I have just loved them and Fate Fallen didn’t disappoint.

Majority of the story is told through Shaun’s eyes he’s my favourite, so I was delighted. I love how he’s real, he can be so selfish at times and it’s not until afterwards that he feels guilty. I love the chip on his shoulder but then he’s never had it easy, so who can blame him.

His selfish actions really come to light when he takes Elle is “Girlfriend” away for the weekend. But he wants to kill two birds with one stone, and check out a murder that has rattled him, one he read in the paper. But his ploy backfires. Elle sees what happens when she agrees to go to the house and it shakes her up and she also realises that Shaun thought his soul mate was here, talk about shooting a girl down. Elle gets huffed and goes back to the hotel room kicking him out it’s at this point that everything starts to move fast, and soon Shaun’s secrets unravel and his life goes downhill. Elle is taken by a fairy but she’s not upset, she’s happy and Shaun’s left on his own. He deserved it really.

I love when Shaun manages to eat a snickers or some form of junk foot at the most inappropriate moments, so funny, and following Shaun’s story we get to meet a she-wolf, a fairy and we get to teleport and find out all about Shaun’s imaginary friend – Well that’s what his parents told him.

The other part of the story is spilt between Elle who we get to learn a lot about - God that girl has secrets and of course Sarah she still stuck between Ben and Ray but it’s not her doing – Ben just won’t let it go and soon becomes a threat to Ray.
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At the beginning of this great novel we meet Shaun and Elle, still to consummate their relationship, staying at a small hotel . Apart from the obvious, one other reason they are there is so Shaun can pursue his obsession over a boy who killed his own parents, and the little girl who then caused that boy's own death. From this intriguing opening we are swiftly led into a series of fascinating encounters with and between trackers, mind-readers, fairies, witches, wolves and vampires, described with the verve and drippingly sexual overtones we have come to expect from Sharon Stevenson's work. The author's smooth narrative style and ease of expression imbues characters and settings with great authenticity and viability. A series of traumatic, tense episodes involving mind-reading, teleporting, spells, and, in particular, horrific, blood-splattered visions of the future, keeps the reader enthralled and gasping for more. We meet a host of characters, including Shaun's sister, Sarah, and witness the chilling re-emergence of the vicious, unrepentant Adrian, amongst others. This action-packed drama combines the immediacy of the at times gruesome and stomach-churning present with characters' re-examination of and discoveries about their pasts and, even more disconcertingly, extremely disturbing visions of the future. As mentioned, this is all further set against the intriguing background of Elle's and Shaun's faltering relationship and their romantic `brushes' with other partners from their pasts, presents and even futures. Classically, and beautifully done. A thriller, horror-story, whatever you want to call it, with that vital added ingredient. Namely, class.
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