Shadow Fall (Shadowchasers, #3)
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Shadow Fall (Shadowchasers #3)

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Truth is the most dangerous weapon of all . . .

Kira Solomon’s life has never been simple. Battling against the Fallen, serving the Egyptian goddess Ma’at, becoming romantically involved with a 4,000-year-old Nubian warrior—these are now everyday realities. But something is changing. Kira’s magic is becoming dangerously unpredictable, tainted by the Shadow she has been tr

Paperback, 369 pages
Published July 26th 2011 by Pocket (first published July 2011)
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Shadow Fall by Seressa Glass
Urban Fantasy – July 26th, 2011
4 stars

Shadow Fall is the third book in the Shadow series which incorporates Egyptian mythology.

Kira and her boyfriend, Khefar have finally found a stable relationship. But due to Kira’s powerful heritage, things are about to explode around them. Kira’s mentor, Balm, is the Lady of the Light but the world cannot be in balance only with the Light. When the Lady of Shadow, informs Balm her time with Kira is over and it is her turn to initi...more
Sep 05, 2011 Estara rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of poc urban fantasy and Egyptian mythology
Recommended to Estara by: auto-buy series - urban fantasy with poc ftw!
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Much better than the second book. A bit slow at times, but the conflict is well-written and I love the developing relationship between Khefar and Kira. And the ending is perfect!
Fangs for the Fantasy
Kira is faced with a lot of revelations in this book. Balm has presented her with a package full of all the answers to the questions she always asked. Who her parents where, why she has her powers, why she was raised by the Gilead – a Pandora’s Box of answers, if Kira feels she can face them. But some truths are hard even for the hand of Ma’at to face.

Even simpler truths abound – such as exactly what she feels for Khefar, the 4,000 year old Nubian warrior who remains the only man she can touch a...more
Shadow Fall is the first book that I have read by Glass although it is the third book in her Shadowchasers series. Since I hadn't read the previous two books, I was a little confused at first, but Glass did a good job at reminding the reader (or in my case letting a new reader know what had happened previously). I do think that this book can be read on its own although reading the previous two books would have added to the enjoyment. Glass does a great job with her development of Kira who faces...more
It was a hard read, I do not think I will continue this series. It about Shadow and Light - bad and evil. I don't know how to explain but another adventure for Kira one of the main characters if not the most important one. She finally finds out about her real parents who they were and along the way trying to maintain herself, not let what she has found out change her. This the third book and the gods they worship or have faith in/ask or assistance have to deal with former/old queens/kings that r...more
I've really enjoyed reading the trilogy with its excellent storyline and host of characters. The hero converses with her patron deity (Ma'at), is in a relationship with a 4000 year old immortal Nubian warrior and is advised and supported by a West African demi-god!

"Shadow Fall" by Seressia Glass is an exciting story with plenty of action. In this third and final episode Kira Solomon finally learns of her origins. Unfortunately for Kira, Shadowchaser, soldier of light and the hand of Ma'at, what...more
2.5 Welp, I'm done skimming these in hopes the author will work the kinks out. Too bad. Lots of races represented y steeped in Egypt.
This is the third book in Seressia Glass's Shadowchaser series and there better be more of them. Some of the best books I've read. A great mix of fast paced danger and a heroine that is so heartbreaking that you just want to weep for her as she finds a piece of happiness with a 4000 year old eternal warrior. I'll be watching and waiting for more adventures for Kira and her Nubian warrior.
This is the 3rd of the Shadowchasers series and they all have been good reads. If you are r fascinated by Egyptian history and culture and also like paranormal this is a great series. Kira Solonom and 4000 yr old soldier Khefar are out protecting human and hybrid against the Shadow once again. I drug it out because I didn't want to see the ok end. Goodread!!!
I enjoyed this book, the third in the series. However it was not as fast paced as the first novel in the series. The pace slackened off, and I did catch myself wondering, how many more pages I had to go before I got to the finale.....

I still enjoy the characters of Kira and Khefar - but I want more from them. So here's to the next book providing that.....
I liked this 3rd title b/c it lets Kira deal with having both good and bad sides. As we all no every one is like this. Too often books have heroes that are only good. Of course, Kira is still amazingly powerful and able to beat everyone and complete the task, but that's ok. I also really like Khefar.
Marshall Stephens
This was a solid book, the most solid of the series. The only complaint I can register is that I wanted there to be a book four to follow.
Don't know what to say ... It's the last book in the series. For my thoughts, visit my blog
Really enjoying this series. Not as dark as the last couple, but equally un-put-down-able.
The 2 stars are for how little i enjoyed this book, not on how well it was written.
This book was boring. 2 stars because of the last 40 pages which made it bearable.
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Seressia Glass is an award-winning author of urban fantasy, contemporary romance and paranormal romance. Her current series include the Shadowchasers urban fantasy series and the Sons of Anubis paranormal romance series.

Seressia lives north of Atlanta with her guitar-wielding husband and two attack poodles. When not working on her next story, Seressia is an instructional designer for an internati...more
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