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Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Author:
    Jessica Sorensen
  • ISBN:
    1461052149
  • ISBN13:
    978-1461052142
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  • Publisher:
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 11, 2011)
  • Pages:
    418 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction & Fantasy
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    1157 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
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Home Jessica Sorensen The Fallen Star (Fallen Star Series, Book 1. This book is a work of fiction. The names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the writer's imagination or have been used fictitiously and are not to be construed as real

Home Jessica Sorensen The Fallen Star (Fallen Star Series, Book 1). Home, . The Fallen Star (Fallen Star Series, Book 1), . The names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the writer's imagination or have been used fictitiously and are not to be construed as real. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead, actual events, locales or organizations is entirely coincidental. All rights are reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission from the author.

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The Fallen Star, how to explain this on. .First off, I really like Jessica Sorensen's writing and this story intrigued me after reading the first chapter. But some parts seemed to drag on way longer than necessary. and it took more time than I care to admit to finish this book. That could be because I'm in a huge reading slump - not the book's fault.

Cover Photograph by Shutterstock. The Fallen Star-Book 1. Chapter 1. In the midst of a dark forest, haunted by the winters chill, I ran for my life.

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Fallen Star series Author: Jessica Sorensen. For eighteen year-old Gemma, life has never been normal. Up until recently, she has been incapable of feeling emotion. And when she's around Alex, the gorgeous new guy at school, she can feel electricity that makes her skin buzz. Not to mention the monsters that haunt her nightmares have crossed over into real-life. But with Alex seeming to hate her and secrets popping up everywhere, Gemma's life is turning into a chaotic mess. Things that shouldn't be real suddenly seem to exist.

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Author : Jessica Sorensen. Genres : Young Adult, Fantasy. Series : Fallen Star Published : April 7th 2011. The Fallen Star (Fallen Star For eighteen year-old Gemma, life has never been normal.

Life has never been normal for Gemma. Only recently, has she been able to feel emotion. And when she’s around Alex, the new guy at school, she can feel electricity that makes her skin buzz. Plus the monsters from her nightmares have crossed over into real-life. And as her world starts to fall apart, figuring out the secrets of her past becomes a matter of life and death.

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Books related to The Fallen Star (Fallen Star Series, Book 1). Skip this list. Such an amazing book! Personally I don't like reading but after this book I just can't stop reading I mean seriously everytime I have spare time and I am on my tablet I just come straight to this book great job Jessica Sorensen!!!. how more.

**New Cover, same edition** For eighteen year-old Gemma, life has never been normal. Up until recently, she has been incapable of feeling emotion. And when she’s around Alex, the gorgeous new guy at school, she can feel electricity that makes her skin buzz. Not to mention the monsters that haunt her nightmares have crossed over into real-life. But with Alex seeming to hate her and secrets popping up everywhere, Gemma’s life is turning into a chaotic mess. Things that shouldn’t be real suddenly seem to exist. And as her world falls apart, figuring out the secrets of her past becomes a matter of life and death.

Auau
I'm sure I've read this book before, with a different cover and a different name, even a different author ...

A young girl, Bella - I mean Gemma - lives in the remote town of Forks ... sorry, I don't know why this keeps happening! She lives in a remote town called Afton, where the weather is cold and depressing. Gemma is noticeably clumsy, and drives a clunky old car. She's super pretty though, she just doesn't realise it.

She meets Edw- no, wait, his name is Alex. Alex is like totally the hottest guy you could ever imagine, but he seems to loathe her on sight and spends a lot of time glaring at her during class, where they sit together. His sister is perky and friendly and seems really eager for them to get along. Suddenly one day Alex seems to decide he likes her after all, and takes her out to the woods where he shows her something sparkly and secret.

I am not making this up.

Gemma and Alex switch from anger to giddiness to crushing disappointment pretty much within the same sentences. She ends up in some kind of bizarre situation where people want to kill her because she is a special snowflake, and there are supernatural creatures such as vampires and such.

If you are having withdrawls now that the Twilight series is over, give this a go.
Morlunn
This story wasn't awful, but I did feel like I had read it before. By the time I got about halfway through this book (which is very short by the way) I realized that I was basically reading a cheap version of The Mortal Instruments (by Cassandra Clare).
The main love interest, Alex, behaves very similarly to Jace from the Mortal Instruments. The girl reminded me an awful lot of Clary, and Alex's sister was almost exactly like Isabelle.
I can't even remember what the bad guy's name was, but as far as his motivations and personality are concerned, he is basically Valentine.
Of course, there was also the plot point of the bad guy going after the girl's mother (where have I heard that before) and the girl being special due to some nonsense with angels and stars. Some details are different, but all the characters and basic story premises feel the same.
The only good thing I can really say about this book is that it was free.
It is really a shame because the first chapter piqued my interest, until it became a cheap clone of The Mortal Instruments.
Wal
I think I need to step away from teenage fairy tales. A common thread is that the girl protagonists never feel empowered. No one loves them. But they always have something special about them. They're powerful in some kind of way and don't know it. They have something that makes them look and feel different. They are not in the main clique at their school. And the boy they pine after, eventually pines back, but by that time, the protagonists act like the guy is playing tricks or really don't love them or is out to embarrass them. When it's apparent, from the very description of the protagonists, that the love interest do love them. And all the staring these two characters do in this book for most of the read and the 'prickly' feeling the protagonist has every time the love interest is around, just really nailed the decision for me to delete the book. This type of story line has been played out in many ways, and I think I'm worn out.

Don't get me wrong. Jessica Sorensen has a cute story here, and she is a good writer. Very imaginative in a lot of ways, but this book is not suited for me.
Anarus
The Fallen Star, how to explain this one... First off, I really like Jessica Sorensen's writing and this story intrigued me after reading the first chapter. But some parts seemed to drag on way longer than necessary. and it took more time than I care to admit to finish this book. That could be because I'm in a huge reading slump - not the book's fault.

Now, the plot was great, I cannot find any fault there. This was somewhat different to what is currently popular on the market. I was also surprised by how much was included into this plot, without seeming as too much or getting lost in the story. This added to the interest of what could happen next.

I loved Alex - the male lead character. Gemma, as the main protagonist, was sometimes too repetitive and this could contribute to the slow read, but I still think that there is a lot of growth opportunity there for her. The other smaller characters have definite stories to tell, and I'm hoping that these will be featured in the next installment.

The cover is stunning and what first drew me to pick up this book in the first place. Sometimes I think that the best stories are never read because the cover did not entice readers into picking it up.

Overall, I'd say this is an easy read for when you don't know what to read next but still crave something with a great plot.
Mall
I read, a lot and I can put up with the most ridiculous books most of the time, but this one I can't even get through. It's terribly written, every paragraph is redundant so far, not to mention there isn't any character development, and is so Twilight reminiscent in the way the boy hates the main character. The use of the word electric is so over the top that I think I have read it well over a dozen times in the first 30 pages of the book. Usually when I read I am taken away into their lives, but not this one, my own boring life is more intriguing than this book is so far and it's easy to put down, actually I did put it down three times to watch TV instead... it's really not that great, and at least it didn't cost me anything or else I would he upset, if it were 0.99$ I would have wanted my money back! I haven't gotten that far into it and am hesitant to continue on... maybe it gets better? I don't have any hope for that currently.