They All Fall Down

They All Fall Down

by Angela Brown, Gwen Gardner

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BN ID: 2940148551669
Publisher: Angela Brown
Publication date: 09/19/2013
Series: Shadow Jumpers , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 470 KB

About the Author

Born and raised in Little Rock, AR, Angela now calls Central Texas home.

Reading and writing have been lifelong passions. It was around the time she gave birth to her forever-love, nicknamed Chipmunk, that she really took writing seriously. After all, how could she teach her child to follow her dreams if she hadn't tried herself?

As a YA fantasy/sci-fi reader and author, she favors the magical, mysterious, the darker side of life...even harbors a secret fright for things that go bump in the night.

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They All Fall Down 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
romancenovelsincolor1 More than 1 year ago
                                                                                                       a journey into a world where the things that go bump in the night are very real Abigail Bishop is a Cleanser or a non practicing one. Her job was to fight Harvesters for lost souls using fire and holy water. Basil Hines was a Harvester who became Abigail’s boyfriend. Together they have formed a partnership and love which they never want to lose. They All Fall Down is the follow up book to Angela Brown’s Neverlove where Abby and Basil were first introduced. This is not a stand alone book; you have to read Neverlove in order to know who all the characters are in They All Fall Down. I made the mistake of picking up They All Fall Down first and was totally confused, so if you want to get the full experience read Neverlove first. They All Fall Down is a paranormal fantasy story about Cleansers, Harvesters, good against evil, light against dark. If you love reading paranormal fantasies then this series is for you. The story moves slower than the first book, a few more characters are introduced and it takes up where Neverlove left off. Basil and Abby face more challenges especially one that comes from a once trusted mentor who has now slowly gone over to the dark side. I enjoyed how the characters interacted with each other and the other characters in the story. Angela Brown’s style of writing is smooth and she takes you on a journey into a world where the things that go bump in the night are very real. I would recommend this series because I believe that you would get as much enjoyment out of reading these books as I did. -Reviewed by Darcell
kirstyviz More than 1 year ago
Unfortunately, I did not read Neverlove before They All Fall Down, and though I feel Angela Brown covered the Shadow Jumper back-story well enough for this to be a stand-alone, I generally have an OCD with book series' and will now probably return to read the two books in order! Angela Brown does not hold back in They All Fall Down, personifying the Devourer in the human form of Q, who enjoys the punishment of the humans he imprisons. The reader witnesses the ironies of Q as he struggles with the humanity left by Father Quanon; plans the death and destruction of those at the V'Salicus Academy; allows his lust (love?) for Abby to control him, and he directs his anger into sex. As he was once a 'good' human and Abby's mentor, I think his capabilities and depths of evil make him the most intriguing and threatening character, yet also perhaps the most open in his narratives. I thought Abby might be controlled by her relationship with Basil but it was great to see her kicking ass!! Angela Brown builds a dark world in They All Fall Down, yet this is totally accessible to the reader to become lost in. I loved the fantasy elements, especially the idea of making tattoos real! I will be looking out for the next in the series.
Syreeta-Kuddleygal More than 1 year ago
Lets start with the cover, three words... hot, hot, hot! I really loved the cover of this book, it makes me want to know who these two are. I love how the man on the cover looks almost vunerable and like the woman is in control of the situation. That alone made me want to learn more. I read the book as a stand-alone, I have not had a chance to read the first book Neverlove, and for They All Fall Down to be a novella, this book stood its ground very strong. I was not lost trying to piece together what on earth is going on. I love that in a book, when you can grab it at any level of a series and read it without information of the previous books. Of course because it is a novella, some questions I had were not answered, BUT my questions did not hinder the storyline or rather me understanding the story-line. From the jump, author Angela Brown made the book was interesting, she peaked my interests on the characters and really makes me excited to read Neverlove to learn even more about these characters as well as look forward to her upcoming books to see how Basil and Abby grow and what is to come in their world. And of course, Q has peaked an interest. Author Brown was able to make me really hold my interests wondering what was going to happen, she packed a lot of action in the novella which kept me turning those pages to find out more, and honestly sad when it was over. I do have one hope about the series, and that is, that I hope the current story line or Q's end goal takes a dramatic twist of some sorts. I say this because I am currently reading two series already with a story line very similar and I feel like this story of Basil, Q and Abby can be something spectacular! Even if author Brown doesn't change things up, it will still be a fun read. All in all the series is very promising, the novella was a fun quick read. I would defiantly recommend to put this on your "to read" lists.