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Falling shows the lives of two people who probably should have never got together but now that they're together they're undeniably in love, even if they never see each other anymore. Jerin's got this problem with constant migraines leaving him in a foul disposition, with a horrible job, and surrounded by idiots. Juli is working hard to forget her past and go on to the dream life of marriage and kids, she wants that with Jerin but they can never seem to get a leg up in the world financially. A trip to the doctors leaves Jerin with some special radioactive pills, that lead to a whole mess of trouble especially with his whole medical history.
This is one of those novels that is pushed forward by the characters, doctors visits, out of body experiences, financial distress, the characters do all of it to themselves. All the interesting things come from the characters as well. Which is the main reason I didn't like the novel, I prefer more eternal sources to keep the plot going.
Falling had an interesting thing going, the strange pill given to Jerin seems to give him a special ability to spy on his significant other and feel her feelings. this part was done very well too, incorporated into the story to make it seem feasible, without the whole story becoming far-fetched. It was by far the best part of the story, for me.
The dialogue for the most part flowed nicely, my only problem with it was occasionally characters would say something that you'd never hear someone say, this was a very rare occurrence though.
I loved the realistic relationships in the story. Unfortunately love can not get you out of every sticky situation, nor does it pay the bills. That's something that this novel showed spectacularly, especially in the loving relationship between the two main characters Juli and Jerin.
Jerin and his love, Juli live in the futuristic town of Sendura and are barely able to make ends meet. On top of it all, Jerin suffered a severe injury and has started having headaches again. After meeting with his doctor, Jerin decides to try a new drug called PSI-626. Believing the drug will alleviate his headaches, Jerin is unprepared for the strange and wild effect the drug has on his life.
Filled with unexpected twists and mystery, Falling: A Spirits & Shards Novel is a captivating story that will keep you coming back for more. The author's boundless imagination makes this fantasy believable and his ability to create a timeless love affair sparks hope in us all.
I recommend picking up a copy of Falling: A Spirits & Shards Novel.