How do you save someone who doesn’t want to be saved?
Those called to stand guard against the end are broken, and Sköll and Hati run free. Now Arionna Jacobs and Dace Matthews face a threat unlike any before. Ragnarök is coming and they aren’t strong enough to stop it.
Arionna thought she understood sacrifice, but she never counted on her destiny tearing Dace apart. Ever since she nearly died, he has been consumed with guilt. Now it threatens to turn him into the monster he always feared.
It’s up to Arionna to stop him before it’s too late, but the path to hell is paved with good intentions, and Dace is hurtling toward self destruction. This time, Arionna isn’t sure she can save him from himself. Can she convince him to let the past go, or is her true destiny to sacrifice her heart in exchange for the lives of the people she loves?
Reviews for Fall
This book left me pining for book three. I guess that should be listed as a positive, as it is a mark of a very good book... But since the sense of pining annoyed me slightly, and it left me wanting to read book three right in the middle of my maternity leave but unable to read book three (because it's still being written and all that)... well, you get what I'm saying.Star Rating: 6 out of 5.
LOVED IT! Would DEFINITELY recommend reading it!! Loved the romance between Arionna and Dace from Fade.. and the the answers to all the mysteries in Fall. Absolutely Loved it.
You know its a truly gripping and enjoyable book when you finish in under 3 days and shun other books due it. That is how amazingly amazing Fall was. Fade was spectacular but Fall was AWESOME!We finally learn the aftermath and indeed the aftershocks of the Hati attack on Arionna and the emotional bomb that Dace has turned into with worry and fear. Leaving a lot of mistrust and simmering frustration between the two of them which causes a truly heart breaking decision for Arionna.
General: This is the second book in the series. I recommend getting The Fade, and reading it first as they are dependent upon one another. I loved so much about this book. In all honesty my only complaint is the cliffhanger ending.I love the concept of playing around with mythology, especially Norse as the literary world is so filled with Greek, and I love Norse mythology. The world created seems to be heavily built upon in this novel so world wise, if you skip book one it should not cause any confusion at all. This book did seem to move [...]