REVIEW: The Fallen Shadows series

Titles: Born at Midnight, Awake at Dawn, Taken at Dusk, Whispers at Moonrise, Chosen at Nightfall

Author: C.C. Hunter

Series: the fallen shadows

Overall Rating: 5/5

Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffins


This is a story of girl named Kylie Galen who life’s pretty much is going to crap. Especially since her parents are divorcing, her best friend is hanging out with other people, and now her mom is sending her to a camp called Shadow Falls for trouble teens. Except that the teens at the camp are not troubled just supernatural gifted, and apparently so is she. However the councils at the camp don’t know what she is plus Kylie believes she is and they can’t tell what kind of supernatural is herself. So now Kylie has to find out the truth about herself and survive camp life.

Series overall: Through these series Kylies gifts where showing a little in each book. Even if all that did was bring more questions then answers. Also in a camp full of teens there is going to be a lot of drama in relationships, friendship, and of course making enemies. I loved how there is different kinds of supernaturals like vampires, werewolves, fairies, and shape shifters.  For those who love love triangles there is one between Kylie, a fae, and a werewolf. This series is as a whole is really good there is mystery, magic, love, and a whole bunch of drama. If you haven’t read this series yet you really should give it a try it was better than i first thought and got addicted pretty fast. Plus i found out there is a spin off series still in Shadow Falls but based on my favorite vampire Della.

Until next time Happy Reading 🙂


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