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Leviathan (The Fallen (Original Numbering) #2)

3.7 of 5 stars 3.70  ·  rating details  ·  681 ratings  ·  38 reviews
Eighteen-year-old Aaron is on the run from the Powers that killed his foster parents and took his younger brother, Steven. With his dog, Gabriel, and Camael, a former Power, he is drawn north to a small town in Maine. Here Aaron, who still hasn't accepted his newfound heritage, finds comfort in the isolated, tight-knit community. But when Camael and Gabriel go missing, and...more
ebook, 272 pages
Published December 11th 2012 by Simon & Schuster UK (first published July 1st 2003)
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Dani Noviandi
buku kedua dari serial Fallen..

sumpah, makin ngaco ceritanya, makin gak jelas asal-usulnya.

di buku pertama, Aaron, yang ternyata bukan seorang manusia (tetapi seorang Nephilim) melakukan perjalanan menuju utara dalam rangka mencari adik angkatnya yang diculik oleh kubu malaikat jahat penghancur nephilim. tak disangka, di suatu kota yang baru dijejakinya, ternyata banyak keanehan di kota itu, dan keanehan itu disebabkan oleh suatu makhluk yang bernama Leviathan, yang tujuannya hidup di dunia ini...more
Kate
I had to look high and low for a library that has this book, since all the copies in my town library system were missing, and when I ordered the re-release on Amazon, they decided that to ship my order in the fewest groupings meant that I have to wait until June (doesn't make any sense to me, I ordered 2 books that are out now, and 3 pre-orders, and I have to wait for both the books that are currently out). Anyway...

I was able to pick up the story without much difficulty. Aaron, the Nephilim, is...more
Cathy
It was OK. I actually didn't enjoy the whole Leviathan and weird creatures thing. The heart of this story is in humanity and heavenly struggles and the monster thing seemed distracting. But I still love the dog and the angel learning to love french fries is hilarious.

Questions from this one: Was there really a war in Heaven? Were the opposing sides really good vs. evil or is there complexity to that issue? Are the forces of Heaven always united and always correct? What about the other side?
Kristen
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Nina Ridyananda
Nggak disangka, aku jadi terpikat sama penceritaan Malaikat versi konvensional seperti The Fallen (lengkap sama Perang Besar, Lucifer, dan lain-lain). Biasanya, aku menyukai kisah malaikat yang lebih modern, seperti misalya Angels' Blood, City of Bones, Fallen, Personal Demons, and the list goes on.

Anyway, di Leviathan, Aaron Corbet nggak berhadapan dengan para Kekuatan (sekelompok malaikat yang bersumpah akan menghabisi seluruh Nephilim dan Malaikat Terbuang). Dia menghadapi makhluk laut paling...more
Yola NY
jalan cerita buku 2 ini, blum ada yg bikin aku kebat kebit. tapiiii, pas nyampe bagian epilog, duarr!! apa?? siapa sebenarnya vilma? dan apa yg terjadi pada Aaron klo dia brhsil nemuin adik angkatnya yg skrg bukan lagi sosok yg dulu???

uppss.. ntar malah jd spoiler lg..

seri fallen angel ini, lebih byk action, makhluk-makhluk seram dan menjijikkan, dan misteri baru. mulai dari perjalanan aaron bareng Camael dan anjingnya, Gabriel, dia akhirnya berhenti di blithe. nah, ini kota rasa2nya ada yg aneh...more
Kathy Davie
Second in the Fallen urban fantasy series for young adults and revolves around Aaron Corbet, a newly awakened Nephilim, who is desperate to find his little brother, and about to arrive in Blithe, Maine.

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And Aaron is still refusing to learn about his power or use it. Even when it would save Gabriel's life. Does he need to have the earth blow up before he gets the picture??? Does he have to be staked and tortured? Just how does he expect to rescue Stevie if he doesn't learn to use his abilit...more
P.M.
This book begins right after the end of "The Fallen." Aaron has decided to quit school and search for his missing foster brother Stevie who was taken by Verchiel, the leader of the Powers. With his faithful canine companion Gabriel and the renegade angel Camael, Aaron sets out for Maine because he has a feeling that he might find Stevie there. When Gabe is ambushed by Orishkas and bitten, Aaron must find help in Blithe. Once there, he uncovers a deeper mystery - what is holding all the citizens...more
Linda huang
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Kelly
Picking up pretty much where book 1 left off, Aaron has left his home after the deaths of his foster parents and is searching for his foster brother who was stolen by one of the Powers. His journey leads him to a small town where things are not as they seem. The dynamic between Aaron and the Fallen Angel Camael is developed a bit more and some tantalizing hints about Aaron's parentage are dropped. My biggest beef with both of these books is that characters are introduced who die almost immediate...more
Doreen
it is kind of annoying that until now aaron still refused to accept his powers...
Trinity
Aaron Corbet has decided to embrace his angelic side, sort-of. Turning his back on his home to search for his little brother, Stevie, Aaron encounters much more than he bargained for.
The small town of Blithe, Maine had drawn Aaron in. So much so he decides to talk a job and rent a room. But the glamor of the town quickly wears off as Aaron discovers something is truly wrong with the people.

I hate to write anything else because I feel I will be giving things away but this book (Leviathan) is just...more
n7of9
I was hoping Leviathan would up the ante on The Fallen, but it seems that it was just am 'filler' to (hopefully) set up a good story for the NEXT book. I will continue to read the series as i quite like the easy yet interesting style of writing.

I was tossing up between 2 stars or 3 stars, but decided on 3 as I really like Aaron's character and am quite interested in the behaviour and quirks of the angels.
Holly
This book took me longer to finish because I did not think the storyline was as interesting as the first in the series. After reading the book, I didn't feel like I knew a whole lot more about Aaron. This could be because I am most interested in Aaron rescuing his brother and discovering who his real father is. I'm interested to find out how this book will fit into the series overall.
Leslie
Started this one at 2 and had it finished by 3:30. It was an interesting side trip from what I feel was the main story, but Im hoping the next two finish up the wonderful story that was begun in the first. There are clues as to what's coming and I'm pretty sure I have the end figured. Can't wait for the others to come in to finish this saga.
Donna
Aaron Corbet has accepted his role as savior for the fallen angels. He is trying to save his younger brother from the Angelic Powers who have taken him. His pursuit leads him to a small town that has been taken over by Leviathan and a fight he was not expecting.
Written for a young adult but too good to leave for such a small audience.
little dalilah
:3 yeah finally there's no verciel :D akakaka but the little army still annoying me specially the leviathan iuch... it is the big and scary monster and also suck .. you know it eat anything even human and dog gosttt.... but the best thing is aaron could be a wonderful angel :D i like it
Kristina
Не люблю истории про маленькие странные американские городишки где Что-то Сильно Не Так (ну, кроме Сверхъестественного, но они в своей собственной лиге %). А после финальных слов Архангела Гавриила не догадаться, кто именно отец главного героя просто невозможно %)
Lexxie
A lot more insight to the fallen, the Powers and what has to be done... Some amazing fighting scenes, Verchiel doing more evil, and Aaron understanding a little bit more about himself. Excellent book! Among the very best Nephilim books I've read.
Karen
Very interesting, Sniegoski really knew how to keep me guessing and wishing for more. Can't wait till I get my hands on Aerie and finally realize what is happening with (view spoiler)
Seneca Massie
It was a bit too much like Steven King for me. Dont get me wrong I love me a good King novel but I wasnt expecting that at all. It was kinda like reading The Tommyknockers all over again. But alas I continue with the series.
Jennifer Ashburm
Really slow like the first one at the beginning, the last 1/4 of the book finally got interesting enough for me to finish. Still took longer to read than normal and I am afraid to pick up the next in the series
Marianna
I tried to get into this book but I just couldn't do it. It was so and choppy reading. I eventually gave up about 1/4 of the way through the book...very disappointed. I won't be reading any further in this series.
Paige
Not near as good as the first one. Story line moved really slow and had no extra side plots to interest the story. However, Aaron does finally accept his fate, so I'm hoping the third book will be more interesting.
Angelic Zaizai


Emmm ga seseru buku pertama, jadi gitu deh..
abisan masa sih Gabriel (yang malaikat, bukan si anjing) cuma segitu doang kemampuannya :D :D

Kesian Stevie =____=

tahanan itu pasti lucifer kan kan kaaan....

Lonely
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Efi Nuraini
ceritanya masih aja datar, tapi entah kenapa aku malah jadi penasaran dengan buku ketiganya -kayanya memang rasa penasaran aku aja yang tinggi kali yaa-
hum, tapi monsternya itu loh, serem banget dah .-.
Elizabeth
This book was kind of a throw away to me. While is was as fast paced as the first, it lacked cohesion and left me wondering what the point of the story was. My advice: skip it and move onto book three.
Dorcas
Oct 17, 2007 Dorcas rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: adventure/action, angels
The 2nd in the series, Aaron encounters monsters and slime, learns more about angel biblical lore, and Camael, the angel, begins to appreciate mortal earth, especially eating French fries.
Larashi
Kalo ga baca buku pertama pasti bingung soalnya taste surgawi dan malaikatnya tambah overdosis. Pas bagian monster Leviathan menggeliat saya malah teringat serial Goosebumps.
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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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