The Fate of the Fallen Omnibus

The Fate of the Fallen, Books 1-4
Narrated by: Jack Noble
Series: The Fate of the Fallen, Book 1-4
Length: 15 hrs and 11 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Now that supernatural beings have seized control of the world, life has become a struggle for the humans who once held power. Witches, vampires, and werewolves determine the fate of humanity, but their moral compasses have long since been shattered. Rebels, free humans, and slaves all share dreams of hope, mercy, love, and more. But with their fate so uncertain, survival isn't enough...and they may have to sacrifice what is nearest and dearest to them if they want to change their lives.

Bought: When he agreed to take the fall for his pack leader's failed attempts to help the Rebellion, Jace knew he wouldn't live long enough to regret it. However, instead of the noble end he envisioned for himself, the werewolf finds himself at the mercy of a witch and his depraved games. Though he clings to his conviction that he can withstand anything his new master can dish out, it isn't long before he realizes pride has no place in his life as the pet of the controlling Elias Ivers.

Ravel: For years, Reese has hidden away in his home, refusing to venture out where he might face what reminds him of all that he's lost. When Ashton, a human thief, breaks into his home one night, he doesn't have a choice but to face the harsh truths of the world he's turned his back on. He knows he supports the society monsters of myth and lore built upon the backs of humans through his silence, but the new leaders don't tolerate sympathizers.

If a werewolf can't act against the status quo without facing severe consequences, a human with Ashton's cunning and experience circumventing supernatural predators can't risk drawing their attention. Their chance encounter leaves them shaken and questioning whether they are living life as they were intended or if surviving is really living at all.

Recoil: Over the past decade, Khaz has watched as supernatural creatures like himself have turned the world into their own personal playground. Unlike the others, he didn't benefit from the Takeover. Every time he sells himself to keep a roof over his head, he's keenly aware of that fact. His landlord, a renowned slaver, offers him the chance to catch up on his rent by breaking a human.

Groomed to fight, Noah has survived by giving in to his hatred of those who took everything away from humanity. When the werewolf can't break him, he's given to the vampire instead - and he's sure this will be no different. The problem is that even the harsh lessons the Rebellion taught him couldn't prepare him for someone like Khaz...who always has an ace up his sleeve.

Bought, Ravel, and Recoil feature different characters whose lives begin to come together in Owned and Temper

This dystopian series explores different aspects of the world, from utter darkness to the shining lights waiting to emerge. The books range from dark erotica to romance to horror to action(ish) to bits of other things in between. 

©2019 R. Phoenix (P)2019 R. Phoenix

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I wish this was clearly marked as LGBT

I think the story and world was well thought out. but this LBGT content is not my for taste. to much sex not enough story to draw me in past the 5 chapter. if that's your thing you will enjoy the graphic descriptions. a clear label of the content would help readers looking for it or wanting to avoid it, would be nice for everyone.

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Dark, twisted world.... How wonderful!

This was a nice dark suprise! Four books placed in the same universe, where the humans are the lowest ones in the food chain. And the most powerful of all is a sadistic witch Elias Ivers. He is evil. I mean really evil.

If you are looking for romance with a happy ending, this is not for you. But if the dark world with its evil creatures excites you, go for it!

The narrator was great, I loved his voice and accent but it really was way too slow. I had listen 1,2x speed.

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If you like dark books? Listen to this!

Interesting and dark stories, a range of characters, strong world building, and good pacing. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is into darker books. My favorite is the first story because it's so twisted and I would read/listen to so much more about Jace and Elias. I do feel that the first book was super dark, and it got a little lighter from there, so I would have preferred the stories to stay just as twisted if not more.

And this is more a personal preference - the narrator speaks really slowly, so I had to speed it up. If that wasn't an option, I would have found it hard to get through the narration.

[I received a copy of this book for an honest review :).]

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Good listen

I have to say that I love to listen to audiobooks and it’s great when authors bundle them. It also helped with these books because the first 2 were short reads that were only about 2-3 hours each. The narrator did a good job and the author created a world I could see through her writing. Overall a good listen.

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dark

Would I listen to it again: yes
Did the stories keep me engaged: yes
Was I invested in the characters: yes

Story comment: The world building is fascinating, the stories dark and the characters intriguing • a collection of serialised stories with cliff-hanger endings ensure the next title is a must • creative take on a dystopian world where the "supernatural's" (witches, vampires and werewolves) dominate and humans are treated as slaves and pets.

Narrator comment: Jack Noble has done good job narrating The Fate of the Fallen. His narration is clear and suited the stories, but at times I would have liked a little more emotion.

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I is very good

I could not stop listening to this narration.
i was glad it was a set, so I didn't have to stop listening to it to find the next book.
it is a dark history, and people that are sensitive mighty not like it, but i am a fan of Stephen king books, so this one is just like the books I like.
Now, I am going to listen to the next book. I can't waite to listen to it and find out what happens next.

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Rich Character and story, but low audio quality.

All four books wete great. Thry all ended on cliffhanger which was sometimes annoying but I still love the stories. the characters were rich and intense. I relate with many of them.

The narrator was alright. It took me awhile to get to use to it and i think it may have been the recorisnt quality. the narrator sounded like he was in a room with an echo and at times sounded far away. there is also a point in Recoil where the audio is robotic.

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Wow!!

I love this series! it's so dark and it has me hooked! Great world building, wonderful characters, beautiful writing style. And I love the narrator's voice!

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A dark world matched with its perfect narrator

I dare you to listen to the preface of this and not be hooked. The words are those of a conqueror secure and smug in victory and in those few sentences there is a perfect match of narrator to text. It may be the scariest set up I have heard. You believe in this world immediately and have no doubt about how high the stakes are for the resistance. No quarter will be asked or given.

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vampires Can Love

received this as my first audio book. the narration was wonderful! The story was amazing and the characters loveable and hatable at the same time. The intimacy was Very Hot and the Kink was Perfect! Loved the audio. May go back and read it as well. But as an intro to audiobooks. It Was A Wonderful choice!

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Dark and Twisted

Whoa... if you like dark, depraved, and twisted, this one is for you. Not my favorite narrator--too slow and kind of choppy--but speeding it up one helped. Even though it's not my usual kind of book, it was a nice walk on the different side.