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Passion: Book 3 of the Fallen Series [Kindle Edition]

Lauren Kate
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)

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Book Description

The third book in the incredible FALLEN series.



Before Luce and Daniel met at Sword & Cross, before they fought the Immortals, they had already lived many lives. And so Luce, desperate to unlock the curse that condemns their love, must revisit her past incarnations in order to understand her fate. Each century, each life, holds a different clue.



But Daniel is chasing her throughout the centuries before she has a chance to rewrite history.



How many deaths can one true love endure?



And can Luce and Daniel unlock their past in order to change their future?


Books In This Series (4 Books)
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    "spanning 5,000 years, this endeavours to explain every important moment of Luce and Daniel's relationship" (Fiona Noble The Bookseller 2011-01-28)

    "Twilight-style success could be on the cards for the fallen angel saga amid Disney film romours." (Fiona Noble The Bookseller 2011-03-25)

    "I enjoyed reading Passion as much as I enjoyed reading Fallen and Torment. I read it in 3 or 4 sittings and I already can't wait for Rapture," (Notes of Life 2011-06-01)

    "The descriptive writing style managed to bring all of the different time periods to glorious life within my imagination...The romance between Luce and Daniel was enchanting to behold although at times felt voyeuristic with the intensity of the emotion portrayed...What can I say about the ending but OMGosh Lauren Kate has done it again, the cliff hanger to top that at the end of Torment. I have no idea how she sustains it. I cannot believe that I have to wait until Spring 2012 in order to find out what happens next." (As A Mum 2011-06-01)

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    Rating: A+

    Lauren Kate is one fantastic author ...her books just get better and better... I remember reading the first page and thinking WOW! ...pure action in every single chapter...kept me thrilled and engaged the whole time. ...emotion filled... awesome joyride... very balanced with dialogue and description... The writing was beautiful. This book was sent from the heavens above. ...beautiful story burning with Passion. With love found from heaven and a curse sent from hell this will be the most magical book of the year.

    " (Arjun Thakrar Excellent Reads 2011-06-03)

    Book Description

    The thrilling sequel to the international bestsellers FALLEN and TORMENT.

    Product details

    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • File Size: 798 KB
    • Print Length: 432 pages
    • Publisher: RHCP Digital (23 Jun. 2011)
    • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B004VBLGZC
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    • Word Wise: Enabled
    • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,337 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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    Lauren Kate grew up in Dallas, went to school in Atlanta, and started writing in New York. She now lives in Los Angeles.

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    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected.... BEST IN THE SAGA!!!!! 26 Jun. 2011
    Format:Paperback
    I have to say that this is probably my favourite in the Fallen series to date but I must say it is completely different to the other two that have gone before it so I suspect that it will not be to everyone's taste. The whole premise of this instalment is a time trotting Luce who continuously visits her previous lives. Featuring England (hurray!!!), Egypt, France, China and the Mayan era, to name but a few, Luce visits her previous incarnations in order to uncover the truth about her relationship with Daniel and the curse they share. As such Luce is never really in one place and as a reader you are thrown... alongside Luce... into a series of different locations and eras. For me this is a real mental treat allowing your imagination to conjure so many distinct and varied locations all in the one book! Lauren Kate does a excellent job jumping from one place to the next giving just enough detail for us to immerse ourselves in the new location while never losing sight of Luce and Daniel's plight. This is a rather brave choice by Lauren Kate as it is bound to alienate some of her readers used to Luce and a close circuit of friends bumbling through some school. But for me this is a breath of fresh air. As much as I love the other two books Passion steps away from them while allowing us to connect closer to the Luce and Daniel relationship than ever before. Okay so the friends Luce has made in her journey only make small appearances but the connection we make with Luce makes it all worthwhile. I think such a change was needed to keep the interesting and original and not just a another `twilight-esque' love story. With Passion the Fallen saga has really come into its own as one of the best YA series available. At the end of this book I felt for the first time that I truly believed in the Luce-Daniel saga and was left dying to know what will happen next.... Passion will fire you up for Rapture next year!
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars One Word....Boring 7 April 2012
    Format:Paperback
    Looking for a quick holiday read, I picked up all three of the Fallen books. I knew that they would hardly be literary masterpieces but was looking forward to an easy enjoyable read. Needless to say, I got through 'Fallen' in half a day and 'Torment' in the next. As other reviewers have pointed out, there are some gaping holes in the plot line and not much actually happens. It got very tiresome hearing how great and perfect both Daniel and Luce are, and it bothered me how, even though they have this 'soul mate' thing going on, there was absolutely no progression from meeting each other and falling in love. All very well and romantic, but not one I doubt ANY reader could relate to. The only actual relationship progression was with Miles.

    I moved onto reading 'Passion', not really expecting much to be honest with you. Wow. I cannot believe her publishers allowed this. The premise is a good one, as it has been throughout the other two books: Luce will burst into a fiery inferno if she comes too close to the truth and Daniel will wait for her next reincarnation, they fall in love again, and the cycle continues. Brilliant. Even the writing isn't too bad, what you would expect from a teen romance book with a distinctly twilight feel. But plot? THERE WAS NO PLOT. Luce goes back through the announcers to revisit her past lives. Each chapter is another one of those lives. This is how every chapter in the book goes, bar a few from Daniel's point of view:
    - Luce arrives through announcer. Lots of description of scenery. Luce finds out where she is.
    - Luce sees her past self and Daniel. She feels jealous.
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    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars *facepalm 8 Aug. 2011
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    Review: I don't know why I keep reading these goddamned books but I do, each time expecting that maybe, just maybe I might understand what the hell is going on with the Luce/Daniel curse. Lauren Kate has clearly no idea how to slowly drop hints throughout the books so the reader (and the eternally baffled Luce) can collect clues and slowly build towards understanding the whole point of this series...blind frustration and impatience does not equal well written suspense. Also I'm starting to suspect that Lauren Kate herself hasn't even worked out the origins of the love curse but is stalling to work one out that is sufficiently mind blowing to justify a 4 book series with so little meaningful plot. If Kate had managed to cut all the pointless goings-on, the story could have been served well by 2 books. Maximum.

    Summary *some spoilers*:

    *Luce is sick of being bossed around and decides to head out on her own to get the answers everyone is keeping from her (reader gets faint hope that this might happen) and starts to time travel. Luce claims she wants to understand the background of the curse, but swiftly changes her mind and decides instead to find out "like you know, if Daniel REALLY loves me, like, I know he loves me and has been finding me for THOUSANDS of years, but like, is it like true love?....i'm going to go through ALL of my past lives and not learn about the curse but check that Daniel was as hot for me then as he seems to be for me now....OH MY GOD, OLD LUCINDA IS HOLDING OLD DANIEL. I'm jealous. Wow he really does love her/me. I must touch his hair. OUR LOVE IS FO REALZ!!! Or is it???"

    *Enter plot fart sidekick that attempts to be witty until Lauren Kate can finally use him for the end of the book. (reader confused, who is this little dude???
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