Fallen

Fallen When a group of rogue djinn attack the sanctuary of Taos New Mexico Jessica Monroe has no choice but to activate the device that was designed to destroy the elementals supernatural powers With her l

  • Title: Fallen
  • Author: Christine Pope
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When a group of rogue djinn attack the sanctuary of Taos, New Mexico, Jessica Monroe has no choice but to activate the device that was designed to destroy the elementals supernatural powers With her lover Jace and the other friendly djinn in Taos doomed to a weakened half life as long as the machine is active, Jessica and the other members of the community launch a despeWhen a group of rogue djinn attack the sanctuary of Taos, New Mexico, Jessica Monroe has no choice but to activate the device that was designed to destroy the elementals supernatural powers With her lover Jace and the other friendly djinn in Taos doomed to a weakened half life as long as the machine is active, Jessica and the other members of the community launch a desperate mission to retrieve the one man who might be able to help them Miles Odekirk, the scientist in Los Alamos who invented the device in the first place The threat of retaliation by the Los Alamos survivors is only one of the perils facing Jessica, however For Jace has his own enemies, and when an ancient rival returns to seek his own revenge, Jessica may have to make the ultimate sacrifice to save not only the man she loves, but everyone in the Taos community, human and djinn alike.

    One thought on “Fallen”

    1. This is an ok read, if you don't have anything better handy. It's not bad, but it's just not terribly good either. There isn't much in the way of plot twists, and the solutions to the problems aren't clever or interesting. In this book the two main problems resolve themselves mostly due to circumstances with very little forethought or planning from the lead characters. (view spoiler)[Bad Djinn get hauled off by the Djinn elders thanks to the intervention of a subsect of characters so minor that [...]

    2. Was first introduced to this book via Bad Magic: Novels of Demons, Djinn, Witches, Warlocks, Vampires, and Gods Gone Rogue. I loved the books but only felt the need to purchase additional books for a few of them. This happened to be one of them. I loved them although I only bought books 1-4. My only problem with them was how accepting some of the people were regarding everyone they knew dying. Realistically I think people would have been a bit more distraught watching everyone die and turn to du [...]

    3. Volume three follows on from volume 2, so please read them in order. Being reunited, Jess and Jace and their friends (?) continue to be threatened from various sides. Again there are some disturbing scenes in this book, so be warned. However, the story is well written and I found it very engaging - and yes at the end of this volume the series finally comes to a romantic conclusion (and a novel solution to housework) :-)

    4. I enjoyed and loved reading the Dijinn Wars, books by Christine Pope. They are based on a different story line that i am used to readingThese three books, which are based on Jessica and Jace; Jace who is from another world and Jessica a human. How they found a love for one another and the trials that they went though.

    5. Phrases like “thrilling conclusion” are often bandied about when reviewing the third book in a trilogy. After all, this is what we’ve been waiting for, to find out what happens at the end, who lives and dies and who gets a happy ending. Though Fallen is not the final book in The Djinn Wars series, it certainly fits the model of the ending of a fantasy epic. The lovers’ foes, both personal and political, are faced-off against, and some must sacrifice their lives to earn the victories. Som [...]

    6. Fallen is the finale in Christine Popes’ Djinn Wars series featuring Jace and Jessica. We fall right back into the story where book 2 ended.The communities of Taos (Djinn and their chosen) and Los Alamos ( Survivors) are on track for all out war. When rogue Djinn attack Taos, Jessica is left with no choice but to activate the stregth sapping device Dr Odekirk had created. With their Djinn protectors at a disadvantage, plans are made to try and have the devices creator adapt the device so that [...]

    7. Much happier with the ending on this book. It does indeed stand alone. Thoroughly enjoyed all the twists and turns and will likely read the next one to keep in touch with the characters that I've grown to love.

    8. Continuing on where Taken left off, Jessica has become more courageous and determined. The few Djinn and their chosen are at war with the survivors. The only was to survive is to activate the device that will weaken them, but create a barrier to protect them. Knowing the barrier will not last forever, they continue to search ways to survive.When rougue Djinn break through, the only hope is Jace. Would you sacrifice your true love so others will live?Loaded with so many twists and turns, this wil [...]

    9. This series is set in an apocalyptic world scenario with a twist. I thoroughly enjoyed the well written characters and storyline. The situations and strategies for sustainable living are well planned and believable, and that's important because that would have been a deal breaker for me. I'm glad to see that the humans can fight back against the superior forces. If I had to choose one thing that I could change, it would be that all the survivors wouldn't be gorgeous and physically perfect. I can [...]

    10. Post apocalyptic society mixed with the magic of the Djinn. A page Turner I really hated to put down. The main characters of Jace and Jessica are believable in their love a strength. Loved it!

    11. The Djinn Wars SeriesThis series have been the best and most interesting books I have read in a long time. The idea of another race taking over our world is something that someday could happen . Hopefully it would end as these books have. I just loved these stories.

    12. This book kept the action flowing and not always in the direction expected. I will be interested in seeing if the 2 main characters play significant rolls in the next of this series. One always needs to explore new avenues to peace.

    13. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Christine Pope has done it again. I loved it. Fallen was a great installment to the Djinn Wars Series. I loved the ending and I'm excited for the next one

    14. Oh wow brilliant lot really enjoyed this series thank you for your imagination Christine pope hope to enjoy reading more of your works on the future

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