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Fell Down (Fell #3)

3.25 of 5 stars 3.25  ·  rating details  ·  53 ratings  ·  6 reviews
If things seem too good to be true, they probably are.

A fateful car accident with a mysterious stranger sets a young man on a startling new path, tangled with promise, mystery, and danger. Presented with an offer too good refuse, working-class John Fell gives up his name to run with the rich kids at a fancy prep school. It s a place ruled by an elite association of young m
Published December 31st 2011 by Prologue Books (first published September 1st 1993)
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A great way to finish the series. Definitely made a lot of sense if you read between the lines. Despite the fact that it practically explained everything from the whole series in a compressed version,

If you do not read the whole series in the exact order it was written within days of reading each book, a reader can easily be confused. The format of this book can be a major challenge plus the attempted subtlety of the theme only ends up confusing the readers.

simply put: Not as self-explanatory
Suzanne Dix
I was glad to complete the trilogy but books 2 & 3 were not nearly as good as 1. Frankly the ending left me confused.
it was an ok book.But it got kinda boring in the middle so to be completly honest i wouldnt read this book again.Because i really didnt care for the ending.And keats foun a body on stage which i think if you killed someone.You wouldnt just leave a body laying there for the whole world to see would you?
Melanie Schweiger
This book is the last of a series...I think. It still left me wanting more of the story.
Ellen Thielen
A good resolution to the first two books....but tried too hard to be intellectual....
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M. E. Kerr was born Marijane Meaker in Auburn, New York. Her interest in writing began with her father, who loved to read, and her mother, who loved to tell stories of neighborhood gossip. Unable to find an agent to represent her work, Meaker became her own agent, and wrote articles and books under a series of pseudonyms: Vin Packer, Ann Aldrich, Laura Winston, M. E. Kerr, and Mary James. As M. E. ...more
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