My friend Deborah reviews for my friend J.K.’s book “Fallen Eyes”


Fallen EyesFallen Eyes by J.K. Walker

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

As we’ve come to expect by now, Jazz is off on another rollercoaster ride dealing with monsters and murderers, her own weaknesses (of which she has a few new ones, dealing with the physical after-effects of Sanguine, and with a rapidly multiplying bunch of emotional complications), and the fallout of her paranormal world having been ‘outed’ on YouTube.
In many ways, this book is darker than previous ones, and Jazz is challenged beyond her capacity to cope alone. Thematically, this book is about Jazz realising that she doesn’t have to, and in fact, can’t, do everything on her own. Her friends play bigger roles, Cassie in particular moving from a passive supporting role into something no one could have foreseen, and that’s one of the things I love best about this series – you can never predict where it…

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