Rapture, the fourth & final Fallen novel, is the Lauren Kate book the world has been waiting for.
The sky is dark with wings....
Like sand through an hourglass, time is running out for Luce and Daniel. To stop Lucifer from erasing the past, they must find the place where the angels fell to earth.
Dark forces are after them, and Daniel doesn't know if he can do this: live only to lose Luce again and again. Yet together they face an epic battle that will end with lifeless bodies ... and angel dust. Great sacrifices are made. Hearts are destroyed.
And suddenly Luce knows what must happen, for she was meant to be with someone other than Daniel. The curse they've borne has always and only been about her - and the love she cast aside. The choice she makes now is the only one that truly matters. In the fight for Luce, who will win?
The astonishing conclusion to the Fallen series. Heaven can't wait any longer.
©2012 Lauren Kate (P)2012 Listening Library
The reader of this series almost made me give up on it altogether. I did not find her cadence, tone, or characterizations to add anything beneficial to the book.
Never trust anyone who doesn't enjoy reading.
I've been waiting what seems like forever for this finale and it did not disappoint. I will miss Daniel and Lucinda but the ending was PERFECT!
When Lucinda remembers that she was previously the lover for Lucifer. That was crazy!
I loved the ending! It was perfect
I listened to The Fallen and loved it. Justine Eyre did a masterful job telling the story.
The ending. Throughout the series I wondered how it would come together. Lauren Kate wrote a perfect ending - in itself a new beginning. Her characters are amazing. I loved them all.
I can't wait for her next book. Luce is a strong young woman, smart, athletic, thoughtful, smart and able to stand on her own. Sometimes when the male characters are so charismatic the heroine is diminished. Luce was surrounded by gorgeous, charismatic angels and stood toe to toe with all of them.
That I had no idea what was going to happen and that the end was very satisfying and everything got answered.
All the demons - because they weren't bad they just didn't want to be one cult obsessed and worship blindly. They wanted to choose for themselves.
I did like Daniel I just got a bit sick of his do goodyness.
If you like fantasy you ill like this. It is very similar to Twilight series but in my opinion it finished better.
I wish I wouldn't have read this whole series. I don't think the main characters were extremely likable and I thought the writing was very elementary. Even in the last book, I wasn't sure who I wanted Luce to end up with.
Love the series overall. Gets a little slow at times but pulls you back in. The narrators voice is like nails on a chalkboard at times. It gets low and grumbly on certain words and it's distracting and annoying.
Lunacy & Laudanum
I honestly loved this series. The only downside is that some things were never really explained.... like, I would have loved to know more about Trevor's death. They mentioned it in the first book and it was never touched on again. Seemed odd that the event that essentially set up the start of the book was just forgotten. Also, it seemed like Cam's personal life was just coming to light and then it just dropped out of the book completely. The scene where Daniel was telling Luce that they don't talk about Cam's broken heart etc... would have been nice since it was brought up for them to continue/resolve the issue, instead of mentioning it and then never discussing it again. Aside from those two issues, I honestly loved this series. I only hope that Lauren Kate will write another book where Luce and Daniel are together as mortals... maybe have some conflict amongst the angels/demons where L&Ds help is required or something. There are a lot of ways it could go, but I just don't want there to be NO continuation with their love story, for it's now one of my favorites. I'm sad that it's over. I'll be thinking about this series for a long time.
I don't know, because the book is good and disapointing at the same time. in som moments is breath taking, in anhthers get boring. So, I'm not capable of sum up in three words this book. I'd be unfair.
I get a little disapointed with this book, because in the others, whe have a central point that you need to choose on who you will trust. On this book, we don't have to trust, because everybody is working together, and on the very end of the book, you see that the "everybody is friend of everybody" is not very well explained.
no one in particular.
No at all.
although I have not really liked the end of the book, I think is worth hearing. The story and good, and allows the reader to understand some situations.
I really like how the author ended the book. I felt like nothing was left out and I was surprised at how well it was written.
I would have to say the ending was the best part.
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