Fallen Masters

Fallen Masters

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What do you get if you combine William Young's The Shack with Dan Brown's Angels and Demons? The answer is Fallen Masters, by New York Times bestselling author John Edward. In the near future, signs and portents have begun to appear that point to a rushing cataclysm. Both political and religious world leaders see the patterns, and the scientific community confirm evidence of what they call "a dark matter" that is expanding into our universe, threatening the very fabric of our world. But it will not be governments or religions upon whose actions the fate of the world rests. Rather it will be up to a small diverse group of men and women who will have to decide to use their free will to aid in the last great cosmic battle between good and evil as these apocalyptic forces clash - both here on Earth and on the Other Side.
Publisher: New York : Tor, c2012.
ISBN: 9780765332714
Characteristics: 479 p. ;,25 cm.


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Mar 18, 2013

The premise is great - but the writing is terrible. Where was Mr. Edward's editor - but I'm not sure even a good editor would have saved the book. Too long, too many characters, childish writing. I slugged then skimmed through it just to see how it all ended. Disappointing to say the least.

feyaamante Dec 14, 2012

I enjoyed this book, myself. A fictional story of a spirtual nature. I have no problem with my pre-teen reading this now. Or, my 4th grader in a few years. He's still Star Wars and 39 Clues, etc. Those who spout hate, just because, are generally closed minded and hatefull regardless of what merit a subject may have.

dianebarb Oct 18, 2012

this book is not worth buying to put it politely....
it does not hold my interest long enough to get through one chapter and the chapters are very short...not sure i will even finish reading book.

Oct 03, 2012

Let me get this straight. This fraud, charlatan, con man, and all around dolt is now writing novels?

Oct 03, 2012

The "Description" of this novel makes a comparison between John Edward and Dan Brown. This book is more D.C. or Marvel Comics. It's kind of corny, very disjointed, the characters are not fully developed and there is one "out-worldly" section which is totally baffling. I'm not even sure if readers who regularly follow fantasy novels would get this but I sure would like to read other comments.

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