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Like a hasty tower of blocks assembled by a toddler, one wrong move could bring this world down on itself. Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. With the focus of the story on Kate, her power, and her destiny, I found that Brit Wilde represented concerns that the reader might otherwise forget while worrying about whether Arland would live or die.

Wilde's Fire

Each person in this world has a prophecy. Each has a part to play in whether Kate ultimately wins or loses, and Brit shoulders a burden heavier than most everyone else. I must say that as a whole, I enjoyed the Darkness Falls series. Krystal Wade's use of magic is very simple, and it is very consistent through all three books. Her prose is unpretentious.

Darkness Falls #2 – Bows & Bullets Reviews

Well, this is the end. If not, spoilers will abound. Unfortunetly, I was rather disappointed. Kate and Arland are back in full swing for this one, and syrupy sweet. The freaky intensity of their relationship brings me to think of Twilight , which is never a good thing.

The amount of times that people had to lead her around to what she needed to save the world was infuriating. There were also far, far too many characters, once again. Worse, these characters got an attempt at depth, but then nothing ever fully did them justice. I never believed in the change of the character of Perth, for example.

He was always pretty rude, and otherwise flat. The senseless deaths of other characters also made no sense.

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The way they were thrown into the story, they felt like plot inventions, suddenly thrown in to move things along, like a NaNo novel. All in all, it was a fight to get to the end of the book. The characters were always defeating my attempts to like them, and the plot was really jerky. I find this to be one of the few series where the middle book was actually the best.

Hello, Katriona. The moment when concern for her missing sister spirals out of control, all thoughts of trust are pushed aside and she finds herself trapped by the daemon tricks Perth warned her of. However, rescuing those she loves is only half the problem.

Kate still must get to Willow Falls, unite her clashing people, and form an army prepared to fight in order to defeat Darkness. How will she make allies when the world appears stacked against her? And will she still be Katriona Wilde, the girl with fire? You can get a copy for yourself on July 4, Crossing my fingers, I went ahead and requested the next one from NetGalley.

Wilde's Meadow (Darkness Falls, Book Three)

Like a hasty tower of blocks assembled by a toddler, one wrong move could bring this world down on itself. Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. With the focus of the story on Kate, her power, and her destiny, I found that Brit Wilde represented concerns that the reader might otherwise forget while worrying about whether Arland would live or die.

Each person in this world has a prophecy.

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Each has a part to play in whether Kate ultimately wins or loses, and Brit shoulders a burden heavier than most everyone else. I must say that as a whole, I enjoyed the Darkness Falls series. Krystal Wade's use of magic is very simple, and it is very consistent through all three books. Her prose is unpretentious.