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End of Days (The Fallen #3)

4.12 of 5 stars 4.12  ·  rating details  ·  3,062 ratings  ·  123 reviews

The war between Heaven and Hell rages on Aaron, half angel and half human, commands the Fallen in their quest to protect humanity. But evil forces gain strength at every turn. And lurking somewhere in the shadows is Archangel Gabriel's instrument with the power to call down the End of Days...

Aaron draws confidence from the girl he
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Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)
Quick review:

Cover: Fitting
Rating: PG-13
Thumbs Up: 4
Overall: Really enjoyed
Characters: Well Written
Plot: With all the odds against them will they fail?
Page Turner: Yes
Series Cont.? Yes
Recommend: Yes
Book Boyfriend: Aaron

SUMMARY (60 words or less)
I’ve had this book on my shelf for over 3 years. And finally, I picked it up. I did enjoy the first two books in series. I just didn’t have time to “read” and it wasn’t available as an audio book. Shame on you Simon & Schuster. Anywho, I’m read
Caz Edmunds
After the initial victory over the threat of annihilation from the Powers; the Nephilim as led by Aaron, the Chosen One are called once more to face a new and bigger threat. And this comes in the form of a "contigency" plan set in by Verchiel, the vanquished leader of the Powers, a renegade band of Angels hell bent on riding the world of the offsprings of Angel and Man; the Nephilim.

Just when I thought that the story had reached its apex, author Thomas Sniegoski surprises us once more with anoth
This is the 5th in a series of books that I read over, in sequence every couple of years because it's done so well and is overall, so inspiring about human nature and the ability of people to reach farther than they initially believe they can with just a little encouragement. I also confess that the story's doggie character, Gabriel, is a charmer and I love the way he interacts with everyone else. Highly recommend the entire series. The books have been re-released in two other volumes (I and II) ...more
Only complaint(s) is the romance, the whole growing love triangle really pissed me off. I mean, Vilma doesn't even really know Jeremy but she still starts to like him (just like she did with Aaron) and I guess I get why she feels bad for Jeremy but hhhheeeelllllllllllllllloooooo your boyfriend's been in foster care most his life which isn’t exactly the best thing in the world, the only people Aaron considered his family were murdered, one of them Aaron had to kill himself, and he has the pressur ...more
Gillian Cohen
I was over the moon when I saw that Thomas had written another book in the FALLEN series, considering how book 4 finished off. I kept asking my sister how could it just end like that? I have to know what happens...
Thank heavens there was another book to help feed my need for what had happened to Aaron and the gang.

I would have thought that after Aaron had defeated the Dark Powers I thought that would be the end of them and the Nephilim could live in peace not having to keep looking over their sh
Kathy Davie
Fifth in the Fallen urban fantasy series for young adults and revolving around Aaron Corbet, a Nephilim around whom prophecy revolves, for he is the only angelic being who can forgive those who sinned.

My Take
I don't think Sniegoski likes angels. I dunno, but it's finally hitting me over the end what with how nasty the angels are in both of Sniegoski's series: Remy Chandler and this one, The Fallen. I think I read the prologue three times because I couldn't believe what Michaels did.

It's an inter
Jeanne Teves
I finished this book a lot faster than the first two books. Maybe I already adopted the changing POV thing.

For the first two books, I liked how Aaron do anything for the greater good. How he sacrificed his love for Vilma, and left his life for the fallens and nephilims. How he risked his own life in order to save Gabriel, Vilma, and everyone including Lucifer. He forgave all the fallen angels that resulted in their reunion at the Heaven. Even Verchiel.

That's why I'm pretty satisfied about how t

This is my favorite of the Fallen books so far! This was definitely a set up book seeing that, technically, it's part two of the series. Of course that didn't mean it had to be slow. Right from the start of the prologue I was hooked on this book.

Also, don't ask me why I expected a book called 'End of Days' to be a happy book -- things have gotten very bad. Very bad. Definitely looking forward to book 4.

This book was a good read. It kept my wanting to read to find out what happen next. Anyone who likes actions book would enjoy this series about the war between The Powers, the angelic hosts who were charged with destroying all things that go bump in the night. Before they turn their sights on the Nephilims, children of fallen angels and women. Which in turn may just bring the end of days.
I read these books a while back, waaay before they made it into a movie/mini-series on ABC family. It was good, but I had a hard time staying with it at some points. I liked the movie/episodes a lot better but that had quite a bit to do with the fact that Paul Wesley was in it.
Freadom Booktube (Sara)
This one was full of action that I was not expecting. It was crazy intense not only what's going on within the Nephilim group but the Powers and the monsters of the world. But I did not like that ending! Not okay, Sniegoski!!
it was good. i like the twists. will still read the next book.
3.5 Stars. There were some things I really liked. He didn't try to simplify the teen relationships too much, nobody is too perfect. Although he did get into the dreaded triangle territory a bit. But it felt like normal growing pains, and not that "fated" love so they don't have real emotions that are relatable beyond the fantasy level.

I liked that we got answers about why the Powers were so obsessed with hating the Nephilim. I've read a number of books where the Heavenly angels have gone bad (as
I believe I have a short attention spun but it looks like I've also developed a selective amnesia. I was able to finish both books before this volume. The characters are still fresh in my mind but the things regarding some of the scenes, I'm afraid I already loose them in my mind. Hahahhaa. With all the books I've read it realy happens that I was really havuing difficulty remembering what the story is all about. Anyway, I was really suprised to find out that there was 3rd sequel for this series. ...more
Nic Echo
About the Book:
After Verchiel's departure and the Fallen's forgiveness, Aaron and the other Nephilim are the new force that is trying to rid the world of its darkness and monsters, which have been steadily increasing in numbers, While this is happening, a small group of remaining Powers are tracking down the horn of Gabriel that, when played, will summon Wormwood, an angel created to bring about the end of the world.

Sniegoski brings forth another entertaining plot that kept me riveted. We
End of Days continues the adventures of Aaron and his fellow Nephilim – Verchiel and his host of the Powers has been defeated, but a bigger threat looms on the horizon as remnants of the Powers, previously in hiding, come forth. Eager to succeed where their leader failed.

I ended up really liking this book, even though at first look I thought I wouldn’t. The book begins with a short confrontation between Aaron and Jeremy, one of the new Nephilim in the ranks. Jeremy is a hot-head and struggles wi
Let me just say straight off the bat that I wasn't as impressed with this instalment of the Fallen Series.
Now, don't get me wrong. I love the first two books and totally fell in love with Aaron and his dog like everyone else. I even rooted for Vilma even though I totally thought they'd be better off as just friends.
Anyway, the plot.
This particular plot had a lot of overlapping stories and points of view but it was easy enough to keep track of. Basically, Aaron and the rest of the Nephilim pack
Sniegoski delivers another gripping story in the End of Days, fifth of the Fallen series (Fallen, Leviathan, Aerie, Reckoning, End of Days). His one-line summary of the main character gives you the idea of the plot: "An angelic prophecy said that a child of humanity and the angelic would bring forgiveness to all the angels who have fallen from the grace of God, reuniting them with Heaven."

So Aaron, the Chosen, had done his purpose, reuniting the angels fallen to earth after the Great War in Hea
Razaq Durodoye
I've stuck with Snieoski so far, but after this book I have to call it quits.
The first quarter of the book was what I've come to love about this series: fun, fast-paced, mixed with the hints of romance to spice the read up. (I'm not a big fan of romance, but the light touches are fine with me). After that, though, everything went downhill.
Although everything had a unique twist, the book droned on and on until I had to put it down for a few days. It was almost like another person took over the wr
This story started out with so much promise and I thought I was going to really enjoy it. I've just read the 3rd book and I'm about to slit my wrist. The writing is fine, but the story line feels like it's reaching. I thought it should've ended with the 4th installment. And it ended with the promise of yet another of it's kind reaching for... more money. Know when to end a series.

There are a small group of Nephilim left fighting for all of the good in all of the world. Verchiel is gone and Gebu
This isn’t the best of all of Mr. Sniegoski’s books in this series but it wasn’t horrible. The whole point was a little sketchy too me. Yeah It’s about the end of the world and all but it’s all lost in the other books. Sometimes it’s good to back track things but this book was a little messed up. It started out strong but maybe a little too strong. I don’t want to give anything away but In the begging it was about what happened two months before the end of the world, but then as the book goes on ...more
Namtarn Chawanrat
I've read the review before I start, thus I'm a little dissapointed. It doesn't mean that it's bad. The Fallen is still god as always. I admit tgat I don't want to put the book down. I still love the story and everything. However, there's a thing that keep bothering me. It's the relationship between Vilma and Jeremy. Well... I hate that it looks like Vilma is cheating on Aaron. She attracts to Jeremy, and she does have a feeling for him also. That just make me feel bad. Ok, I know that a British ...more
I was excited when I saw that Mr. Sniegoski was releasing a new Fallen book! The other Fallen books were one of the best series that I have read and this one did not disappoint me.

Aaron and his Nephilim group have to fight even more evil and try to stop the end of the world from happening. The archangel's, Gabriel, horn can summon the end of the world and the Nephilim have to find it in order to save the world. They find out that it is a lot easier said than done. You get to see how the Nephilim
I was not to thrilled with the way the story ended. It left it way open for another book. But, as far as I know there isn't one. It left you hanging at the end. You don't know how it ends, because the ending is the start of another adventure. I really wanted to k ow what happens after all of the end of the world stuff was over. Unfortunately, it's a giant cliff hanger, with no conclusion. I liked the story, but it seemed rushed, and I didn't like that. I like when a story developed slowly, becau ...more
Continuing this fantastic tale. I love all things Aaron, the Nephelim son of The Angel Morningstar. Or best known as Lucifer Morningstar, the Almighty's brightest & most favoured devine creation. Or at least until He got the shits on & was jealous of all thing human. So caused a revolt in heaven & thats why a shit load of angels fell to earth, Lucifer was made to suffer & fell while internally holding all of the bad that belong to the world. According to this tale he's not the De ...more
Done it's just dragging on now. Verchial is gone he's back, then gone again, and back again. It was ok but now it's annoying. I hate quitting a series, but honestly this one is dead and just old, now I can predict it soo painfully. Done.
Another good book in a very good series! While it had been some time since I had last read the book prior, it still wasn't hard to follow. In fact, it was the start of a new story arc that mainly made brief reference to the first 4 books. It kept my interest...solid plot and strong characters. I look forward to the next book, which there better be!
This is an OK series for a young adult. The books are about hot mystical half-angels. Things are truly getting weird in the novels, but I will probably keep reading.
Dwane Martin
The story here felt more like the author was wrapping up loose ends than a prelude of the things to come. It wasn't as engrossing as the other books in the series to me.
Mindy Bolinger
I tried my best to read this book, and with a larger time frame for most books I finally completed this today. I usually don't have a problem with reading books, but this book was really hard to follow. The chapters were all over the place. I am surprised that this book was not sent back to have it redone. Not many books get past editors eyes and I am surprised this one did. The first time were a little hard to read, but this one is not one I would suggest any mild reader. This is not the worse ...more
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THOMAS E. SNIEGOSKI is the author of more than two dozen novels for adults, teens, and children. His teen fantasy YA series Fallen was adapted into a trilogy of monstrously successful TV movies by ABC Family Channel. His other books for teens include Sleeper Code, Sleeper Agenda, and Force Majeure, as well as the upcoming series The Brimstone Network. The author's first adult novel, A Kiss Before ...more
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