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Darkness Falls: Reveler Series 1 by [Kellison, Erin]
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Darkness Falls: Reveler Series 1 Kindle Edition

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3021 KB
  • Print Length: 201 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Fire Flower Publishing, LLC (11 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KAM07RY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,098 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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4 - "Wake up to the truth!" Stars!

I can honestly say I have never read anything like Darkness Falls before, and I mean that in the good sense... Sleep and dreams, are something that we all have in our lives and Erin Kellison has taken those two things and given them a uniquely dark and fictional spin.

This is a weird one for me in that although I knew and understood exactly what was going on whilst I was reading it, trying to explain the book in a review is proving difficult. A lot of the main plot points would be considered spoilers, but to say that Malcolm Rook and Jordan Lane’s initial meeting is about as far from your average introduction as you can get would be an understatement. Both on a ship to dreamland, so to speak, one is nervous as it is their first experience in the Rêve, the other is essentially talent spotting, that talent may not be something it’s owner is essentially aware of, or will wish they had once they learn of it.

"Sleep is an alteration in your brainwaves, and Rêve is simply getting everyone on the same frequency."

Although based on truth, Jordan quickly comes to realize that there are an awful lot of grey areas that the general populace are not told about when it comes to Rêve, and through her initial association with Michael she starts to understand that she may have more in common with him in relation to this than she initially assumed.

She’d known him all of thirty-six hours, and for most of that she’d feared him.

Their attraction is instant, their connection intense, and while the world, dream and otherwise is irrevocably changing for Jordan, her snark, confidence and level-headedness, shows Malcolm just how special this woman is.
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I really didn't know what star rating to give this book. I was wavering between 3 and 4, so I guess I'll probably cut the balance and call it a 3.5.

I just loved the concept of it. It has the potential to be a truly astonishing series if the world building is done right, but that's also what really lets it down.

The concept and world of Reve is really complex - there are layers to it and even more layers to the people that travel in and out of it. It reminded me a lot of Inception in many ways. The characters are deeply compelling and you can see that Kellison has built them back stories that should be quite rich with emotion and character building, but it's all just...lacking.

I finished the book with absolutely no idea what Chimera is or what it does, or if Chimerae are in fact a species. I didn't really understand the concept of Reve...how things are built in it if it exists in the mind, or how it can be manipulated if it's not just in the mind. It's not explained clearly, or in a way that even hints about how it works. I liked how certain parts of it had vernacular, like The Scrape, but there's just not enough of the weave of the story there to hold it together. There are hints of darkness here and there - mentions of tracking serial killers deep into the dark. I feel like those are the aspects that should have given it depth but weren't brought to life at all.

I thought the relationship was very rushed too. One minute she's barricading her door against him, the next minute they're all over each other. I get that there was attraction, but for all that the fear was made into a mountain, she gives it right up. It was very jarring.
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Darkness Falls is the first in the brand new Reveler series from Erin Kellison and it was a thoroughly enjoyable read. I tend to enjoy paranormal tales with a slightly darker take and I believe this series might be right up my alley!

Imagine a world when you can be thrust into a dreamscape, a dreamscape where you not only have the ability to interact with other people, but also the ability to change what is going on around you. Like in all aspects of life, some people have a stronger affinity for it than others, and not all of these people fall on the side of good in the age old battle of good vs evil.

Darkness Falls gives us a tentative look into this new world I am excited to see where the series goes, and the different characters we will meet along the way. It's a unique take on the paranormal and I do not know what to expect next but I can't wait to find out!
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A new series and i am pleased to say a new concept. (For me anyway) Admittedly it took me a while before i could get into the story, i just could not really understand how it worked......but that was more my problem than the books ;) Once i got into it, i thoroughly enjoyed it and will definitely be reading the next story. If you land up like me and are tempted to put it down...don't...see it through and you will have an enjoyable read, especially as this first book was for free!
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This is an exciting and enthralling series which captivated me tremendously from the offset. In Rêve shared dreams are supposed to be exhilarating, but Jordan and Maisie encounter danger and intrigue and become involved in sinister activities both in the real world and in dreamscape. Rook comes to their rescue on more than one occasion, but he has an ulterior motive – he wants to ‘mark’ Jordan, but so does the nefarious Vance. Into the mix comes the undeniable attraction Rook and Jordan feel for each other. However, there is an even more frightening nightmare haunting them in the guise of Rook’s dead brother. I look forward to reading the second book in this series. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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