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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • The Fell of Dark
  • Caleb Roehrig
  • English
  • 02 May 2018
  • 1250155843

10 thoughts on “The Fell of Dark

  1. Caleb Roehrig Caleb Roehrig says:

    Much like my teen years, this book is gay and filled with monsters


  2. Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd) Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd) says:

    2019 2020 publishing bringing vampires back just to make them hella diverse it slikely than you think


  3. ✨Brithanie Faith✨ ✨Brithanie Faith✨ says:

    4 5 stars e ARC provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.What a time to be alive If you had told me a couple of years ago that vampire s would be making a comeback, I don t think I would ve believed you, but they re here and honestly better than ever with a few exceptions of course Once I started The Fell Of Dark, I didn t want to put it down In fact had life been a little less demanding, I m fairly certain I would have finished it in one sitting This 4 5 stars e ARC provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.What a time to be alive If you had told me a couple of years ago that vampire s would be making a comeback, I don t think I would ve believed you, but they re here and honestly better than ever with a few exceptions of course Once I started The Fell Of Dark, I didn t want to put it down In fact had life been a little less demanding, I m fairly certain I would have finished it in one sitting This was everything I ve been missing about paranormal urban fantasy, but it exceeded all of my expectations and I m looking forward to readingof Caleb s work in the future


  4. Anna Luce Anna Luce says:

    3 stars and I thought that vampires were pass The Fell of Dark is a fun take that on vampires and the chosen one trope Usually, I m a nitpicking reader but with The Fell of Dark I was happy to suspend my disbelief Is this novel perfect Definitely not Is it entertaining Hell yes Our narrator and protagonist, sixteen year old August Pfeiffer, lives in Fulton Heights, Illinois This small town happens to be a nexus for mystical and supernatural energies which is why it attracts so ma 3 stars and I thought that vampires were pass The Fell of Dark is a fun take that on vampires and the chosen one trope Usually, I m a nitpicking reader but with The Fell of Dark I was happy to suspend my disbelief Is this novel perfect Definitely not Is it entertaining Hell yes Our narrator and protagonist, sixteen year old August Pfeiffer, lives in Fulton Heights, Illinois This small town happens to be a nexus for mystical and supernatural energies which is why it attracts so many vampires August, the only out gay boy in his school, isn t particularly fond of his hometown mostly due to its vampire populace In spite of the vampires prowling his town at night, his biggest concern is algebrauntil he receives a cryptic and ominous message from a distractingly cute looking vampire who happens to have an English accent Things became increasingly bizarre as August finds himself at the centre of a feud between different vampire sects, an order of mortal knights, and a coven.This is a very plot driven book and August can t seem to catch a break For reasons however he s the chosen ones, and the whole world depends on him.August s narration is the strongest aspect of this book He s a rather awkward and perpetually horny teen who also happens to be an incredibly funny narrator laugh out loud kind of fun.This novel s plotline is kind of basic but Caleb Roehrig makes it work There is a certain self awareness that makes up for the derivativeness of some of the storyline s components for example, the fact that no one seems to be telling August the truth because almost a running gag.Those expecting this to be a love story of sorts will probably be disappointed as this novel hasof a lust attraction subplot than a romantic one.With the exception of August, the characters are somewhat one dimensional also, it seemed that every single character was connected with one of these cult ish groups Still, the role they come to play in August s story did hold my attention.The world in this novel isn t all that detailed A few characters occasionally give some exposition about vampires and their history, but that s about it.This is an absorbing book It has a lot of silly moments but I never found these to be ridiculous or unfunny If you are a fan of Buffy or Carry On you will probably enjoy it as much as I did ps I spent my day off work listening to the audiobook edition which lasted about 12 hours whichyeah That was a new record for me But once I started listening to it I couldn t stop Michael Crouch is an amazing narrator


  5. Zoe Zoe says:

    Me Why did I want to read this Book I m gay with vampires Me Oh Book The vampire s paaaAAAANNNNNN Me OH.


  6. Tricia Levenseller Tricia Levenseller says:

    This book was amazing The snark The vamps The magic Loved it all.


  7. Amy Amy says:

    um, vampire townsupernatural dramaLGBTQ repthis sounds amazing


  8. Nick Goodsell Nick Goodsell says:

    You knowMaybe I can get back into the vampire trope that seems to be making a resurgence if they re going to be gay like this book promises That, plus a protagonist who loves art and sucks at math that may be the key to saving humanity Sign Me Up Mark me down as interested Caleb Roehrig, you can sit with us You knowMaybe I can get back into the vampire trope that seems to be making a resurgence if they re going to be gay like this book promises That, plus a protagonist who loves art and sucks at math that may be the key to saving humanity Sign Me Up Mark me down as interested Caleb Roehrig, you can sit with us


  9. RebecaReads RebecaReads says:

    What a disappointment this book turned out to be. I cannot say this enough. I HATE love triangles, I hate when there is a sort of love connection between multiple people and that is what I got from this book, of course there were other elements that do not go unnoticed but after the first few chapters I really couldn t move on with this book. I found myselfthan once skimming through the pages to see when August and Jude would interact because the rest of this was a total snooze fest. What a disappointment this book turned out to be. I cannot say this enough. I HATE love triangles, I hate when there is a sort of love connection between multiple people and that is what I got from this book, of course there were other elements that do not go unnoticed but after the first few chapters I really couldn t move on with this book. I found myselfthan once skimming through the pages to see when August and Jude would interact because the rest of this was a total snooze fest. Now Jude Marlowe was one thing that Caleb got right, he was so funny and interesting and he pulled me in the story and August is a very likable character, he is also very funny and reminded me of TJ Klune s characters Sam Haversford from Tales from Verania to bespecific he was likable, and funny and sarcastic and very smart I like that he was very well aware of the ridiculousness of being a chosen one and poked fun at it many times. But all of that was not able to save this book I DNF d it at 37%


  10. Katie (patronusaurus reads) Katie (patronusaurus reads) says:

    I m as excited about the comeback of vampire YA books as anyone, and a gay YA vampire book seemed right up my alley Unfortunately, this one kind of missed the mark for me.Let s start out with the things I did like I liked how realistic everything was considering all the paranormal elements The teenage characters acted like teenagers, and their friendships relationships were incredibly true to life I think Caleb Roehrig does a really good job of writing messy, flawed, realistic teenage chara I m as excited about the comeback of vampire YA books as anyone, and a gay YA vampire book seemed right up my alley Unfortunately, this one kind of missed the mark for me.Let s start out with the things I did like I liked how realistic everything was considering all the paranormal elements The teenage characters acted like teenagers, and their friendships relationships were incredibly true to life I think Caleb Roehrig does a really good job of writing messy, flawed, realistic teenage characters, and I absolutely loved that I also enjoyed the rep in this I cannot speak to its accuracy, since I am not a gay guy, but as a lesbian, I m happy whenever I see ownvoices queer rep.Unfortunately, the realistic portrayal of the teenage characters, particularly the main character, was also a shortcoming of the book Auggie is a sort of chosen one who is slowly being taken over by a sinister force that could lead to the destruction of humanity and a new age of vampire superiority Sounds badass, right The problem is, all these secret societies come out of the woodwork to try to take advantage of the rising evil Virtually all important information is given to Auggie in paragraphs long info dumps from characters that are part of aforementioned secret societies and are way cooler than Auggie He just doesn t really do anything until pretty late in the game, which as I mentioned, seems accurate to a real teenager, but doesn t make for a very interesting reading experience I can t help but feel like this book would becompelling if it were told from the perspective of literally any other character Normally I love and respect the Chosen One trope because it s so prolific for a reason, but in this instance, it was a swing and miss for me.As I said, the characters are really good and I think if they had been placed in a traditional YA contemporary, I would have liked this book muchThank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing a copy free for review All opinions are my own.


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The Fell of Dark❮PDF / Epub❯ ✈ The Fell of Dark ⚣ Author Caleb Roehrig – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The only thing August Pfeiffer hates than algebra is living in a vampire town Located at a nexus of mystical energy fields, Fulton Heights is practically an electromagnet for supernatural drama And wh The only thing August Pfeiffer hates than algebra is living in a vampire town Located at a nexus of mystical energy fields, Fulton Heights is practically The Fell PDF or an electromagnet for supernatural drama And when a mysterious and annoyingly hot vampire boy arrives with a cryptic warning, Auggie suddenly finds himself at the center of it An ancient and terrible power is returning to the earthly realm, and somehow Auggie seems to be the only one who can stop it.


About the Author: Caleb Roehrig

Caleb Roehrig is a writer and television producer originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan Having also lived in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Helsinki, Finland, he has a The Fell PDF or chronic case of wanderlust, and can recommend the best sights to see on a shoestring budget in over thirty countries A former actor, Roehrig has experience on both sides of the camera, with a r sum that includes appearances on film and TV as well as seven years in the stranger than fiction salt mines of reality television In the name of earning a paycheck, he has hung around a frozen cornfield in his underwear, partied with an actual rock star, chatted with a scandal plagued politician, and been menaced by a disgruntled ostrich.