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Hell on earth. That s what it s like for Luce to be apart from her fallen angel boyfriend, Daniel. It took them an eternity to find one another, but now he has told her he must go away. Just long enough to hunt down the Outcasts immortals who want to kill Luce. Daniel hides Luce at Shoreline, a school on the rocky California coast with unusually gifted students: Nephilim, the offspring of fallen angels and humans. At Shoreline, Luce learns what the Shadows are, and how she can use them as windows to her previous lives. Yet the more Luce learns, the more she suspects that Daniel hasn t told her everything. He s hiding something something dangerous. What if Daniel s version of the past isn t actually true? What if Luce is really meant to be with someone else? The second novel in the addictive FALLEN series . . . where love never dies."

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Product details

  • Hardback | 452 pages
  • 149.86 x 203.2 x 38.1mm | 476.27g
  • Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc
  • Bantam Doubleday Dell
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0385739141
  • 9780385739146
  • 15,416

About Lauren Kate

LAUREN KATE is the internationally bestselling author of the Teardrop series, the Fallen novels: "Fallen, Torment, Passion, Rapture," and"Fallen in Love," and"The Betrayal of Natalie Hargrove." Her books have been translated into more than 30 languages. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband. Visit her online at"

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PRAISE FOR FALLEN, THE BESTSELLING SERIES BY LAUREN KATE Bloodsuckers are about to have some competition for the hearts of YA readers. "The Daily Beast" This emotional roller coaster will have you turning the pages nonstop! This series has delivered glorious settings, fast-paced action and a love that transcends death. "Justine "magazine Readers will pine right alongside Luce. "Publishers Weekly" This epic romance is a perfect blend of mystery, intrigue, and celestial imagery with a beautiful, bittersweet ending. "SLJ" "" Twilight-style success could be in the cards for the fallen-angel saga. "The Bookseller" "" Compellingly readable . . . readers will be hooked on Luce s story. "VOYA" The Southern Gothic atmosphere . . . is so well crafted that readers can easily picture Luce walking among the marshes and crumbling buildings. "Kirkus Reviews" A tantalizing, atmospheric Gothic romance, "Fallen" is well worth picking up. "New York Times "bestselling author Melissa Marr "

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Customer reviews

Don't get me wrong I do like this series, but this book felt like a filler to me, we don't find out anything new and Luce is starting to really annoy me, I feel like she only knows how to complain and act like a spoiled child who always gets her way, and I felt like screaming at her to grow up!! On the other hand we do get a little bit of information (hidden of course but it's there) and we meet more fallen angels and "demons" (well technically there all fallen angels but some are more fallen than others?? That is a bit crazy but...) and the outcasts (the name says it all, their not accepted anywhere and truthfully their really creepy) and we find out a bit more about the announcers. Other than that the most entertaining bit is when we meet Luce's new roommate, Shelby who is amazing (I seem to prefer the secondary characters in this series much more than the main) and amazing. Also we finally get to meet Callie (Luce's best friend) and Arriane comes back even if it's for a short period of time and I loved the thanksgiving dinner with everyone it was so funny^^show more
I loved this book I can't wait to read passion it's a great series would suggest it to anyone wanting a good bookshow more
by Sarah
I agree with most of the other reviews....the 2nd book was not as fleshy as the first book BUT still a good read that I finished in 2 days coz I couldn't wait to see where the story went (btw it didn't go very far). I don't know if it's coz I'm not a teenager but I personally find Luce quite annoying and there was a def lack of any Daniel story in this book. Like Twilight I am def team Daniel/Edward :). I'm looking forward to the 3rd book in the series as the author has stated it will fill in the entire back story of Luce and Daniel's Story - yay!! In the end; it is a good page turning story that is hard to put down but super easy to more
by Melba Gounas
Well the other reviewers had pretty much said everything but sometimes, you just need to vent the book out. I'd rate it about 3.75 stars because it wasn't too Twilightly but the aspects of it still there (I'm not a fan of Twilight at all). But one thing I do love about this book is that it introduces a love square with Luce being fought over Cam, Daniel and Miles. I am on Team Cam (if it exists) as you can tell that Cam does care for Luce in his own demonic ways and I hope that it will get explored eventually. I really do hope that Lauren Kate would not make Luce and Daniel togeather, it would just disapoint so many of her fans. If you liked Fallen then you will enjoy Torment as Luce finally gets some character development, even though the whole book is her whining about how she dosn't know everything and her pyning away for more
by Sarah Blakelock
Fallen and Torment! What can I say! They are a really good book. If you haven't read them then I strong suggest that you should because the adventures that Luce has is quite amazing. Well just saying that I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!!!!show more
by Anita knowles
EDIT (as of 15/6/2011): After reading other reviews and analyzing the story again, I have to say that I am wrong about Daniel and Luce. Luce is a self-absorbed, whiny and moping twit and I pity Daniel. I think because the author focuses more on Luce's perspective and emotions, she totally neglected Daniel's and thus, making me, as a reader felt as I did based on my first impression below. I take back what I said about Daniel because after looking at it at another angle, I totally feel for him. Ain't easy falling in love with the same girl again and again while knowing you're gonna lose her anyway sooner or later; while the girl know nothing of her past(s). I'm back to Team Daniel and I hope that Luce will actually GROW UP in Passion because I do want to love this series. ____________________________________________________________ I can't believe I'm gonna say this. I'm Team Miles but I know that's not ever gonna happen. *Heart shatters into millions of pieces* I just don't feel for Daniel. I don't know. He just doesn't give me the impression. I kinda got tired of him. Seriously. I was whooping when Luce defied him and was thinking twice about her relationship with him. *Ducks for cover* Gah, I rarely feel like that or don't at all for main characters. Daniel doesn't portray the strong character to me. It's like goody goody-protective-tormented Daniel living forever in his cursed life. Sigh. I didn't hate this book. I just didn't feel deeply for it. I'm sorry Daniel. I just need you to show more stuff. More substance you know. Not just "Hey, we're unshakable. We're the only one for each other. I can't lose you. Yada yada.." Plssssss...I need to see more character there. Luce and Daniel don't pull me. I find myself drawn more towards the side characters instead. Jasmine and Dawn had participation in the story for the first half and then they sort of disappeared towards the end. I didn't appreciate that. I find them, Shelby, Arriane, Roland, Miles and the rest more interesting compared to the main. I fell in love with the cover of Fallen and Torment. The synopsis of the story caught mt attention but I was kinda disappointed a lil' bit after I read them. Torment was a fitting title. Luce was in torment and confusion throughout the book. I can't believe I felt so relieved after finally finishing this book. Hopefully Passion will be more
by Jill Riley Davis