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Darkness Falls by [Sorensen, Jessica]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 196 customer reviews

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About the Author

Jessica Sorensen lives with her husband and three kids in the snowy mountains of Wyoming, where she spends most of her time reading, writing, and hanging out with her family.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 451 KB
  • Print Length: 289 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1467930598
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007L9YZLS
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 196 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,677 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Jessica has completely changed the word vampire by portraying them as not the beautiful, mysterious creatures that we have come to know but by making them ugly, scary and the monsters that they were originally made to be, this book is a refreshing break from today's stereotype.

I fell into Kayla's world easily and after the first few chapters it was easy to grasp the backstory and understand just what Kayla's world was about. This book shows an apocalyptic future filled with vampires that were created as a result of something humans did but the most intriguing thing is that no one seems to remember life before the virus spread, except Kayla. Just one memory, but it's enough to keep her asking questions.

I was completely blown away by this book because it has kept me confused and intrigued, I still can't figure out how everything fits together or even who Kayla really is and that's how I know I loved it. Being able to see the end of a story a mile away is something that constantly irritates me because I want to feel shocked and surprised by a character and their decisions.

Jessica has achieved this flawlessly because Kayla herself doesn't even know who she really is or what she wants. The gaps in her memories creates gaps in the story that make it impossible for me to fill, I can't guess what's going to happen because I don't have all the information and that makes this a gripping read.

My favourite element of this book is that it's not a love story; it's a story about a girl struggling to figure out who she really is and what role she plays in the world, much like the rest of us.
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If you have read the Fallen Star By Jessica Then you will enjoy this book typical of her writing it just leaves in suspence chapter after chapter, at first I was a little confused with the story and couldn't get into it and the boom I was in, read the rest of the book with in two days and can't wait for the next that comes out in May, this is a bit more gritty than her last series and a bit more violent but nothing that I would say a 16 year old couldn't handle. definatly a must read loved it and will happy to recommend to anyone that loves fantasy,love and horror
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Love this book, I started with the fallen series first and with the other books I couldn't put it this book down from the first moment I started reading it, great story, a reall page turner, can't wait for the next in the series.
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I didn't really have high hopes for this book since it was a freebie and a shot in the dark. During the first 10 or so pages I was irritated by a number of Americanisms and errors, however, there was something about the writing that intrigued me so I thought I'd give it a chance. If you can accept that a self published novel may have errors and focus on the story you may be pleasantly surprised: the narrative is complex, a fairly original twist on a post apocalyptic world of vampires and 'enhanced' beings with strong characters and a vividly created dark world. Post apocalyptic UF with hints of romance and YA characters is probably the closest description I can give it. The style is dark with little humour and although the basic plot line is a race against time to save the world, there are enough twists and turns in the character's fates to keep this interesting. I read this over a weekend and didn't hesitate to buy books 2 and 3. A bargain from a writer who knows how to tell a good story.
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Read this if: you want a YA book thats a bit darker, with nasty, ugly scary as hell vampires.

Don't read this if: you really should read this, but you need to have a bit of patience as the story takes a little while to get everything set up.

This was my first Sorensen book (I've gone on to read her Fallen Star series too), and I was pleasantly surprised. So often the free or cheap kindle books are terrible, with no decent story lines. Darkness Falls was one of the rare gems.

Based around the rather unlikeable Kayla, Darkness Falls is set in a world where vampires are destructive, viscous creatures and the human race is the prey that hides in built up fortresses. But its not just the vampires that have changed the world, human society has changed too, there are different levels and you begin to suspect, each power level has its own secrets.

Kayla is an interesting individual, as I said she is rather unlikeable, she lies constantly, to everyone and doesn't seem to learn that it does her no favours, she doesn't trust anyone and is incredibly selfish. But The story revolves around her, so like her or not, you are tied to her. I like the fact that the main character is so awful, you still care about what happens to her, but you can also see her grow and change then rebel against that change. She's in a sense, human - she's not prefect and many of us can identify with that.

The book follows her journey outside the city, her friends, allies and helps her uncover the truth behind her past.

An excellent read, different, engaging and gripping - and best of all the vampires definately do not sparkle
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