Book Review: “Fallen” by Traci L. Slatton

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Reviewed by Jennifer Shaw
Fallen (July 2011) is set in a post-apocalyptic world where death-dealing mists create chaos amongst survivors. Emma leads a group of young survivors through the remnants of a world they once knew in hopes of finding a safe zone. During a narrow escape with the mists, they encounter a group of men who join their camp with the hopes that their situation will improve. It seems as though their prayers are finally answered and they are safe at last…or are they?
Slatton’s Fallen is a breath of fresh air and an exciting mix of the romance, dystopian, and paranormal genres. Slatton is a fantastic storyteller, quickly immersing you in the lives of her characters and the world they struggle to survive in. Several of the survivors are gifted with talents that define or support their character, propelling and strengthening the plot. The death-dealing mists are simply fascinating.
When it comes to emotions, Slatton puts it all on the table, allowing readers to feel the love, hate, pain, and hope of the characters as they fall in love, become wounded, or simply attempt to rebuild a life they once had. Fallen awakens emotion and captivates with the turn of each page.
Overall, Slatton developed an intense world with a paranormal twist that meshes very well within a post-apocalyptic romance. From every angle, Fallen is a captivating adventure with just enough romance to keep you enthralled and begging for more. Slatton is an author to watch as I expect this isn’t the last we will see of her.
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About Traci

Traci is the founder of Author Exposure and personality behind the Confessions of a Book Addict series (#litconfessions). Using her talents as both a project manager and Certified Author Assistant, she will launch launched Icart Pages, LLC in 2016 to offer personalized project management services to entrepreneurs, with a specialization in navigating authors through the publishing and marketing processes.

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