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#21: Falling - E. Van Lowe

The End is Near 

Will Megan Barnett go falling back into the arms of dreamy earth angel Guy Matson upon his return? Or is she, in fact, falling in love with the demon Orthon? Or will her out-of-control abilities send her falling into Satan’s open arms? 

In the final, heart-stopping chapter of the "Falling Angels Saga," Megan Barnett is on a quest to rid her life of Satan forever, but Satan has other plans, including a lavish wedding. He’s willing to destroy her family and everyone she loves to have his way. To add to the drama, rogue demons have risen from hell with plans of their own. 
Will Megan finally have her happily-ever-after, or is she doomed to an eternity in HELL? 


  • Kindle: 508 KB
  • Print Length: 266 pages
  • Publisher: White Whisker Books; First Edition edition (March 11, 2014)
  • ASIN: B00IYY0Q76




My review for book 1, Boyfriend From Hell
My review for book 2, Earth Angel
My review for book 3, Heaven Sent

Other books I've reviewed by E. Van Lowe:
My review for The Zombie Always Knocks Twice
My review for Never Slow Dance With A Zombie



AUTHOR BIO:
E. Van Lowe is an author, television writer, screen-writer, playwright and producer who has worked on such TV shows as "The Cosby Show," "Even Stevens," and "Homeboys In Outer Space." He has been nominated for both an Emmy and an Academy Award. His first YA Paranormal novel, "Never Slow Dance With A Zombie," was a selection of The Scholastic Book Club, and a nominee for an American Library Association Award.  His Best Selling novels, "Boyfriend From Hell" and "Earth Angel," are the first two books in the Falling Angels Saga.  "The Zombie Always Knocks Twice" is the first book in his Hollyweird series.
E lives in Beverly Hills California with his spouse, a werewolf, several zombies and a fairy godmother who grants him wishes from time-to-time.


REVIEW:
I love this series!
This final book really brought it all together nicely. Though I am sad to see it done. I read through this book pretty fast, absorbing all that was going on, and I sit here now still taking it in. 
The predictability factor was low, which was good. I had an idea sometimes what would happen but then it never quite came out as I expected. 
I'm still swooning over Guy, but Orthon and Harrison give him a run for his money too. They show traits that I really loved, and wasn't expecting from either of them.
Megan irked me at times. She's smart, but you know when you watch a horror movie, and the girl goes toward the bad sound.... she had that going on and I was screaming at the book like a madwoman. 
That's exceptional writing happening. To invoke that emotion and have me yelling outright at a character in the book, genius! After reading the books I have though, I expect nothing less from E. 
I really enjoyed this series as a whole, and think anyone looking for something different, fun and showcasing good vs evil, than give it a go. For those not so sure, give it a go anyway.

5/5

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