Fallen Fire #4
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Series
And so begins the end…
The fate of the world rests on a knife edge. A new dawn is fast approaching. Dark times wait to unfold. Soon, everything will change.
I’ve lost everything.
Now what? Embrace part of myself by taking the easy path? Fight even with my hope stripped away? Fade into my sorrow?
I have to make a choice. The clock has run down.
Change is a beast in need of feeding, however that plays out…
Reckoning is the fourth and final book in the Fallen Fire series. Get ready for an Urban Fantasy tale packed with action, adventure, and a slow-burn MM Romance.
I got hooked on this series with the first book, and the conclusion doesn’t disappoint. The action ramps up, and I liked that it’s not just Charlie and Zayn’s POV the reader follows, but Raphael and Uriel’s too. The worldbuilding is fabulous and detailed, yet doesn’t slow down the plot. I’m sad to see the last of this world.
Charlie is my favourite character. He’s a nice guy and in over his head, yet finds the strength to do what he needs to save the world and the man he loves, even if he doesn’t always know what he’s doing. He actually swears for real in this story, which shows the seriousness of the trouble they’re in! I thought the author did a great job in showing how torn Zayn/Uriel is, and later Uriel’s own inner struggle. I liked Raphael too, and his and Owen’s relationship. I hoped all the way through that Lucifer and Lilith would get what they deserved. Those two are well suited in a lot of ways.
The supporting cast rock. I love Gaby. I liked the part the angels played in this, and I was very happy to see a couple of characters from the previous book I thought had been killed.
As an aside, I always roll my eyes with a New Zealand reference related to sending someone as far away as possible. Although it is more or less accurate.
The ending is perfect for the story, and I liked that there were consequences for Zayn’s actions and what had happened to him. I thought the loose ends were tied up nicely, and I’m going to miss these guys.
5 out of 5 stars.