The Fallen and Leviathan by Thomas E. Sniegoski1.5 stars... it got rounded to 2, and 1.5 was really generous.
I couldnt finish it. I read the first part and that was about it, really boring! Normally a book does not take much to please me, it needs:
3. Cool back story
This book had all of this but together they were all really crap. I bought the book for $15 and am now really regretting it. The only reason I read it was because I wanted to read it before I watched the movie. But truthfully really not worth it! Dont bother, seriously.
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The Fallen 1: The Fallen and Leviathan
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On his eighteenth birthday, Aaron begins to hear strange voices and is convinced he is going insane. But having moved from foster home to foster home, Aaron doesn't know whom he can trust., It's the eve of his eighteenth birthday and Aaron is experiencing dreams of a disturbing nature.
The Fallen is a series of seven young adult modern fantasy novels by American author Thomas E. The Powers believe that all Nephilim are an abomination and affront to God. However, there is a prophecy that a Nephilim will be born that will redeem all the Fallen and return them to Heaven. The story starts out with an introduction to the main character, Aaron Corbet. Aaron's not such a bad kid, though he was orphaned since birth and shoved from foster home to foster home, and had some anger issues to get over and under control.