- File Size: 4595 KB
- Print Length: 321 pages
- Publication Date: December 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078LW9QDV
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #307,574 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Serenity Falling (Divided World Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Their are enough interesting characters that you find yourself caring about what happens next. The explanation for why the Divided World is segmented, and the biases and distrust between different groups plays both the science fiction card, as well as a glimpse into our own bigotries. We allow fear to rule our senses.
The story is not preachy, and the action is enough to keep you engaged. Cromarty's style, for me, is both enjoyable (she does well describing her world and her characters) and a bit taxing. A few too many run-on sentences and author narratives that I wish were presented via dialog. The only reason I give Serenity Falling Four Stars and not Five is I prefer to learn along with the players and not simply be told. If I could give a 4.5 I would.
Bottom line: An author, a series, and a vision of a (the) world well worth discovering.
Each chapter alternates between the Aterrans and Shadowlands, this enables the story to flow and showed just how much danger Hannah and co were in. Coming to the forefront was Theo and Nate, whilst genetically modified they had a childlike quality to them and always wanted to do the right thing. As their skills became known, they became an integral part to the cause. In book 1 Bill’s character was already not liked and just when you think he cannot get any worse, he shocks you just showing what a narcissist he was. Whilst Tanis gets a conscious and a slightly softer side peaks through. The banter and bickering between Tanis and Garren continues showing a sense of respect they have for each other.
Whilst the Janu do not play a big part in this story, there is more than enough bloodshed to satisfy the action fans. With the addition of technology gives the story a more apprehensive feel to it and you will find yourself wanting to keep reading to find out what happens. There are scenes that you will not see coming and at times I just sat there in shock.
This story had a different feel compared to book 1 and I could appreciate how much hard work the author put into this story. There was a lot going on, but the pace and well thought plot made it a good addition to the series. Finishing on an unexpected cliffhanger, with the addition of new characters I’m off to read the final book in the series
The writing is quite solid, and I enjoyed adventuring through the Shadowland region. The fortresses, forests and the fights are very well laid out. Chapters are nice and brief, so it's easy to pick up the book and read a chapter or two, or three... It was easy for me to get lost and find out what will happen on the next page, or which character will I be seeing through the eyes of next!
a fantastic read. this is book 2. now Hannah has fixed the station will she be able to go back to aterran? or will she be stuck in the Shadowland?
I loved the story and the characters. Hannah was my favourite character. and what a twist. didn't see that coming. can't wait to read next part. 5*.