Reign of the Fallen

Reign of the Fallen Odessa is one of Karthia s master necromancers catering to the kingdom s ruling Dead Whenever a noble dies it s Odessa s job to raise them by retrieving their souls from a dreamy and dangerous shado

  • Title: Reign of the Fallen
  • Author: Sarah Glenn Marsh
  • ISBN: 9780448494395
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Odessa is one of Karthia s master necromancers, catering to the kingdom s ruling Dead Whenever a noble dies, it s Odessa s job to raise them by retrieving their souls from a dreamy and dangerous shadow world called the Deadlands But there is a cost to being raised the Dead must remain shrouded, or risk transforming into zombie like monsters known as Shades If even a hiOdessa is one of Karthia s master necromancers, catering to the kingdom s ruling Dead Whenever a noble dies, it s Odessa s job to raise them by retrieving their souls from a dreamy and dangerous shadow world called the Deadlands But there is a cost to being raised the Dead must remain shrouded, or risk transforming into zombie like monsters known as Shades If even a hint of flesh is exposed, the grotesque transformation will begin.A dramatic uptick in Shade attacks raises suspicions and fears among Odessa s necromancer community Soon a crushing loss of one of their own reveals a disturbing conspiracy someone is intentionally creating Shades by tearing shrouds from the Dead and training them to attack Odessa is faced with a terrifying question What if her necromancer s magic is the weapon that brings Karthia to its knees

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    • Sarah Glenn Marsh

      Sarah Glenn Marsh writes young adult novels and children s picture books.She lives, writes, and paints things in Virginia, supported by her husband, four rescued greyhounds, three birds, and many fish.If she could, she d adopt ALL THE ANIMALS.Oh, and she d love to be your friend here on , or over on Twitter twitter SG_Marsh

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    • “There’s nothing you can do, Valoria. I’m not one of your inventions. I’m broken, part of me is missing, and you can’t fix me with copper wires or a piece of string.”Are you considering this book because it sounds like a dynamic new fantasy with necromancers, action, mystery and a bisexual protagonist? (Also: cover love, let’s not lie.) I was too, but it didn’t quite work for me the way I’d hoped.I think this is partly a case of an author lingering too long on all the things we [...]

    • ARC received via #arcsfortrade on Twitter! (Thank you so much, the spider queen, Elise! ❤)I could probably get away with just saying “bisexual necromancer main character” for this review and it would hopefully entice you all enough to pick this up, but this truly was a really enjoyable story that I am very happy I was able to read before release. “Today, for the second time in my life, I killed King Wylding. Killing’s the easy part of the job, though. He never even bleeds when a sword [...]

    • How cool is that cover?Much cooler than the story, let me tell you. If you’re interested in this book because you expect a steamy or at least an extremely cute lesbian relationship in a world controlled by dead kings, look elsewhere.I stopped reading this book after 200-something pages, because I could not stand the main character being miserable, suffering silently and making bad choice after bad choice. Look, I understand that she’s been through a lot and lost someone she thought would be [...]

    • Well this was a delicious mouthful of zombies, stabbing, magic, and mayhem. Necromancers are sorely awesome beings and Odessa was simply fantastically badass. It's WAY too early to do a proper review so here's just some things to look forward to:• epic fantasy world where gender equality is the NORM and women do. not. have. to. prove. themselves (GOD BLESS AND AMEN)• world were nearly everyone is queer• necromancers• dark monsters that want to eat your face off• epic women friendships [...]

    • 3.5 STARSI'll be the first to raise my hand and admit that I agreed to review this book, at least initially, based on a ferocious case of cover love with a side dish of FOMO. I know that the fear of missing out isn't a valid reason to pick up a book, but I'll bet it happens more times than we'd like to admit in our journey as readers. COME ON- look at the cover, in all it's pink, shimmery glory! <3 I've also been actively searching out writers in the NoVa area to support, and it just so happe [...]

    • Introductory series books continue to sort-of-entertain-sort-of-disappoint me. Because oh boy, I loved a lot of concepts and ideas here. Odessa's story of grief and addiction, a romance I enjoyed, fantastic worldbuilding around change and yet, I was underwhelmed. I really feel like this book was a too-much-buildup beginning to what I'm sure will be a sublime series.♔ FIRST-BOOK SYNDROMEI've been a middle-book person since the beginning of time. I know, I know, call me crazy, but middle book sy [...]

    • #1 Reign of the Fallen ★★★★★ #2 Untitled ???Reign of the Fallen was one of my most anticipated releases of this year, and it did not disappoint at all. The world of Karthia was so unique and intriguing, and the cast of characters were diverse and tremendously lovable. More than anything, this story took me by surprise with how dark it was; I knew going into it that it involved necromancy, but I never expected how much it would focus on grief and healing. If you asked me what the primar [...]

    • Yet as long as I'm alive, I have to keep going. One step after another through this tunnel until I'm back in Grenwyr City to rejoin the battle, a little more broken than before. For my friends and the Dead and the helpless. For me. All I can do is keep fightingFULL REVIEW NOW POSTEDReign of the Fallen was one of my most highly anticipated 2018 releases and IT DID NOT DISAPPOINT. While it wasn't the perfect book, it had so so so many things I like - and set up the series in such a way I just KNO [...]

    • I enjoyed reading this a lot! It's been a while since I completely enjoyed a book while being aware of its (admittedly few) flaws (or at least of the things I don't like about it).☠️World:The world was really interesting and although I wasn't (and still am not) as in love with the concept of necromancers as everyone seems to be, I found the idea of a necromancer main character extremely cool and unheard of.On this note, I loved the magic system overall. To sum it up briefly, everyone is born [...]

    • Hi there, and thank you so much for your interest in my book!Since this is a space for readers, I will be leaving it very shortly--but before I go, I wanted to offer a few warnings to anyone who needs them, as REIGN does contain some sensitive subject matter:*Violence (throughout)*Substance abuse/addiction (about 1/3 of the way in, continuing through the better part of the story)Again, thank you, truly, for your interest in this story and world. Should you choose to enter Karthia and meet Odessa [...]

    • Ever since I heard about this book Ive been dying to read it. I saw bisexual necromancer and I was sold. In Reign of the Fallen there are necromancers who train to bring people back from the dead. However if any part of the dead persons skin is seen by living eyes they turn into a monstreous zombie called a Shade. With the help of her friends our main character Odessa, also known as Sparrow, is hunting one of the deadliest Shades shes ever heard of while trying to discover if theres more siniste [...]

    • MY REIGN OF THE FALLEN REVIEW IS ALSO OVER ON MY BLOG, CLICK HERETrigger Warnings: murder, grief, addictionR E V I E WReign of the Fallen was one of my most anticipated reads of 2018. Did I actually know what the book was about when I started anticipating it? No. I never read blurbs. I’d seen the hype for it growing on Twitter and I fell in love with the cover. A pretty pink book with a skull on the front? Sign me the fuck up.So, what is Reign of the Fallen about? Basically, necromancy went wr [...]

    • Reign of the Fallen by Sarah Glenn MarshFirst book in the Reign of the Fallen series3 starsOdessa is a master necromancer for the kingdom of Karthia. She is tasked alongside her partner and lover, Evander, with bringing back King Wylding- the dead king who has rule Karthia continuously. He is killed and brought by to life countless times to continue his reign. His soul is in the Deadlands and it must be brought back, but there is a price to be a soul outside of the Deadlands. The souls risk beco [...]

    • 3.5 out of 5 "Life will be hard and painful as long as I cling to it, but there's beauty in it, too."Even though it's set in the fantasy realm of Karthia -- a world centered on necromancers, Shades (read: zombies), and genetically predisposed mages -- this diverse novel still manages to remind you of home. Full of love, loss, grief, coups, and magic it reminds us that "every monster can be beaten" as long as we try. I enjoyed this more than I thought I would, and I applaud the author for taking [...]

    • This book is AMAZING, it deserves ALL THE STARS! Sarah's writing is wonderful and it really immerses you into the story. There is magic, love, adventure. Reign of the Fallen is truly fantastic. Everyone needs this lovely on their TBRs. *UPDATED* 1/26/2018Read my full review of Reign of the FallenIf you follow me on Twitter, you know that I LOVE Sarah Glenn Marsh's Reign of the Fallen. I was a beta reader for the first draft, I blurbed it, and I am the leader of Sarah's street team—The Sparrow' [...]

    • I received an Advanced Reader’s Copy in exchange for an honest review.I knew living with the Dead was impossible. Death is an ending, not a new beginning.Reign of the Fallen tackles an interesting story on how a kingdom survives on necromancy. As you can see from above, the cover of the book is just an enticing as the premise, so I was really delighted when Penguin Random House sent me an advanced copy!My experience of reading Reign of the Fallen is equally divided between what I liked and wha [...]

    • Disclaimer: I don't enjoy giving negative reviews at all. It's not my thing and I don't want to bury anyone with a review that may or may not be a popular opinion. When I first heard about Reign of the Fallen I immediately thought "Oh my gosh! It's The Walking Dead meets Game of Thrones!" and needed to grab a copy immediately. #PreOrder. Sadly, this book is more Harry Potter meets Charmed. Not bad, but not what I was expecting. I guess I should have taken note that it's a young adult fiction nov [...]

    • angelerin/2018/02I won Reign of the Fallen By: Sarah Glenn Marsh in a giveaway. Thank you to and to the publisher! NECROMANCY!BISEXUAL MC!ZOMBIE-LIKE SHADES! Need I say more about what drew me to Reign of the Fallen? I absolutely loved this dark YA fantasy novel. It's well written, there's a lot of action, it's unique, magical, has a bisexual MC, and the world building is spectacular. The Deadlands and the zombie-like Shades are so very well done and a bit creepy. I love it and everything abou [...]

    • Reign of the Fallen is wholly unique, unlike any fantasy I've read before. The world building is thorough and easy to grasp. I was blown away by the plot's twists and turns, constant dangers and mysteries. And I LOVED the flaws of Odessa, the main character--her struggles and mistakes while she was in mourning were refreshingly realistic.

    • This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.After putting off reading Reign of the Fallen for weeks because I knew it was going to be good and I knew it would put me in a slump once I finished it, I finally sat down. And I read.I mean, I was partially right so I suppose waiting was a good thing?I give this book full points for uniqueness. If I went to my shelves, I don't think I'd fi [...]

    • I liked this, but it fell short in too many aspects for me to rate it higher.Reign of the Fallen reminded me a lot of Mask of Shadows. Not because they're similar books, but because they're the same kind of queer YA fantasy in which I loved the characters but the worldbuilding and the writing were just not that good, though they had potential.The main difference between my reading experience with this book and the one I had with Mask of Shadows is that the latter always kept me entertained. This [...]

    • What I enjoyed - - The sexual fluidity in this story. The heroine in this story is attracted to many regardless of their gender and I appreciated that. It’s not something new to me, as I read romance, but I enjoy seeing it in a YA read.- The lore of the story and Karthia. It’s just an interesting starting point which I’ve never read before. The zombie story written in a new way. The Royalty being mostly made up of undead was interesting, and how a living blood royal had to join the necroma [...]

    • 3.5 starsReign of the Fallen is a new January YA release, I've been looking forward to reading for months. I'm happy to say I like the book. It's an action-packed story with vivid memorable setting and bisexual brown girl Odessa as the protagonist.The story takes place in Karthia, where the king has been ruling for two centuries because of the ability to bring back the Dead. With, of course, several restrictions to the process. The change is prohibited and everyone follows the same order as two [...]

    • This is definitely a novel that I think will well with readers who enjoy complicated love lives, plenty of action, and lush descriptions of royal parties. I'm not sure if there are more books in the series, but the story in this novel resolves nicely and it can be read as a satisfying standalone.I totally feel Odessa on that coffee addiction.

    • I went to the launch party for Reign of the Fallen this past Saturday and had a wonderful time! Sarah is a sweetheart who I relate to a lot.And this book! Oh my gosh, the depiction of grief and addiction and how one's life spirals after a death of a loved one. Please, get a copy into your hands a read this beautiful book.

    • My official review:"An immersive fantasy that explores love, grief, and the power of death, REIGN OF THE FALLEN features a bisexual necromancer heroine who will bring your heart to life!"

    • 3.75/5⭐️⭐️⭐️ It’s good but I guess with all the hype I expected a bit more. Fun read, though.

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