When darkness consumes you; will it be hard to find the light?
After Jade's world was torn apart, she is unsure of where she belongs, if anywhere at all. Deceived by those she trusted the most, she must now accept her fate and the life that lays before her.
The voices are back but this time, they are trying to lure her into the darkness. But could they be telling her the truth? That the only person she has been able to trust since the death of her boyfriend, Avan, is lying to her too? If the voices are right... Could she really trust him?
In Fallenmore, the second book in the Feathermore Trilogy, Jade will embark in a quest through the pits of Hell. The question now is: once she is in, will they ever let her out?
Synopsis from Goodreads
WHOO! This book was heads and shoulders above Feathermore (and I had enjoyed that one, too, so it tells you how much I loved this one)! I love being able to see an author grow, in such a short period of time. The book is well paced, the characters are dynamic, and there is a touch of sophistication to this book that was lacking in the first.
Jade is going through a lot, after what happened throughout Feathermore. What I love most about this is that her reactions are completely realistic. I can completely relate with her reasoning and the motivation for her actions.
The pace is a slowed down a little in the beginning, but this allows for phenomenal character development. Even though Claire and Nate take a back seat, I still felt like I got to know them a little better. And because Jade was now handling a lot more without her duo of friends, she grew into a strong, female lead.
And then there's Blake. I had felt him drawing me in, in the first book, and now he has completely captured my heart! He's funny, sexy, and just a little bit sarcastic. Where has he been all my life?!
And now for my favourite part. This book is dark. And I'm not talking about white, with a little gray around the edges. I'm talking black. I love what Jade is struggling with, and how Lucy Swing has managed to paint a believable struggle between good and evil.
I wonder how long I'll have to wait for Forevermore...
This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.