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Sunday, July 18

Review: and Falling, fly by Skyler White

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Title: and Falling, fly

By: Skyler White

Genre: Adult Dark Fantasy

Publisher: Berkley Books

My Copy: Won in Giveaway

BookWhisperer Rating:    one star

Book Description:

An edgy, erotic blend of fantasy and romance-from a debut author whose star is on the rise.
In a dark and seedy underground of burned-out rock stars and angels- turned-vampires, a revolutionary neuroscientist and a fallen angel must pit medicine against mythology in an attempt to erase their tortured pasts...but at what cost?
Olivia, vampire and fallen angel of desire, is hopeless...and damned. Since the fall from Eden, she has hungered for love, but fed only on desire. Dominic O'Shaughnessy is a neuroscientist plagued by impossible visions. When his research and her despair collide at L'OtelMathillide- a subterranean hell of beauty, demons, and dreams-rationalist and angel unite in a clash of desire and damnation that threatens to destroy them both.

reviews plate copy and Falling, fly was BookWhisperer first attempt at a Dark Fantasy Novel. My chance at this was granted as a winner in a giveaway contest. This is a debuting novel that I have been anxious to attempt. Regretfully, it was not everything that I hoped it would be. I found this story to have a mediocre story line that I struggled with enjoying from the start. I had such high hopes for the story based upon the book description, but as a addicted young adult fiction lover, this book seemed to take exotic to a whole new level and did not hold my interest. I do not anticipate gearing my reading goals told Dark Fantasy books in the future. This seems to be a genre that I feel would be best reviewed by another. I truly hate having to review books that I find less to no enjoyment, and to sum it up in little words this is not the book for me.

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