Cam knows what it’s like to be haunted. He’s spent more time in Hell than any angel ever should. And his freshest Hell is high school, where Lilith, the girl he can’t stop loving, is serving out a punishment for his crimes.
Cam made a bet with Lucifer: he has fifteen days to convince the only girl who really matters to him to love him again. If he su ...more
Anyway, do I want to go down this road again? I mean back then the series was average. Looking back at it now I feel like I was generous in my ratings. But! Cam was my favourite from those books. A little bit of saving grace.
So, should I read it? And risk that I won't like him after this book? Tricky.
Cam. Cam. Cam.
Because of you, I'll have to read Rapture.
You stupid arsehole. Why did I like you? Why?
Why did you just have to be in Luce and Daniel's gag-worthy romance that your very own book makes me cringe?
I loved you.
And that love is the only reason I'll read this.
Hear that Lucifer?!
Fucking hear that.
The Cam in this book was not like the Cam in the Fallen series. Cam knows what it’s like to be haunted. He’s spent more time in Hell than any angel ever should. And his freshest Hell is high school, where Lilith, the girl he can’t stop loving, is serving out a punishment for his crimes.
Cam made a bet with Lucifer: he has fifteen days to convince the only girl who really matters to him to love him again. If he succeeds, Lilith will be allowed back into the worl ...more
and who cares about a romance between Cam and Lilith? Lilith who? She shows up briefly in book 2 or book 3 and why would Ms. Kate believe we care about her?
Plus it's quite awful to name an uninteresting little girl after the Lilith, goddess from a handful of ancient myt ...more
I first read Fallen in early 2010, when I was 15. HA! Now you're all doing the math. I'm now in my early 20s and while the series is long since behind me, it holds a weird place in my heart: I was never one ...more
The font, it-it's not right. It doesn't feel right. It doesn't feel dark or, gothic it feels like on of those YA books that has a dickhead male lead, or one of those JR Ward novels... It's disappointing. I can't even...
*checks calendar* It's 2015! *check's publication date*
Yay! It comes out 5 days before my birthday. I sooo can't wait! ...more
When i came across this book, i though it would be fun to pick it up because i liked the Fallen series when i was 15 or so.. But i was so wrong. The writing is bad, the characters are really plain and boring, everything is predicteble and Cam isn't the bad-boy that we loved.
You think you get the story of Cam, but actually you get the story of Lilith. As a character she isn't really all that much. She is just annoying, her thoughts don't m ...more
What. What? What is this? No. I don't want to be lured back into this. I didn't suffer through the last two books to be dragged back in. You're using Cam against me! This is completely unfair cause we all know I'm going to read it just cause it says it's about Cam! Cam was my baby and I was so freaking upset about the lack of him in this forsaken series!
I have a feeling it's because it takes place from Cam's POV and has zero to do with Luce & Daniel's love story.
This takes place after the series "ends" and is a completely separate story line. ...more
The most annoying part of this book was the number of times Lilith jumped to conclusions — and never owned up to it. As a character, she was stubborn even when she was in the wrong and it felt like she never got better.
There's some potential in this as I'm a huge fan of stories about hidden fantasy in the ...more
Wow… Cam’s story. When Lauren first told us reader that we were getting a book about Cam, I was expecting a book that would be talking about all of his past lives up until now. When we got the summary, then I knew it wasn’t at all what I expected, but I was still pretty hype about reading it.
When I finally got the chance to start the book, I had a hard time letting it down and only did because I was working or had plans that I couldn’t cancel.
It was re ...more
She's kidding, right? Does she want to torture me again? After all that pain Torment, PASSION, and Rapture inflicted on me just because I liked the side characters and wanted to know their fates?
I really shouldn't.
As much as I love Cam ... And I really, truly do ... I already know I'll hate the lovestory and will want to throw this book against a wall once I read it.
I really shouldn't read it.
My brain shouts at me like "NO BLOODY. DO NOT. YOU HAVE SPENT ENOUGH TIME MOURNING WHAT THE ...more
♡ It is more straight to the point.
♡ More romance filled with bittersweet love.
♡ Firstly it is because I'm on Team Cam rather than Daniel. LOL
Forgiven is a stand alone novel that happen right after Rapture. In my opinion this book should be a a new stand alone series of Fallen rather known as the 5th book of Fallen.
For the first time I'm impress with Lauren Kate artwork.
This was a good novel. We didn't have naive Luce, but rather Lilith, who is living through o ...more
“My love for you is bigger than anything I know.”
I can’t express my happiness enough with words. From the time I read the “Fallen” series I was hopping for a story about Cam and what happened to him after the ending of “Torment”. So I felt a big excitement after I learned that Cam will have a book of his own.
So the plot goes like this: Cam fell in love with a mortal girl named Lilith and broke her heart many years ago. So now he understands she’s alive...more
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A tear rolled down his cheek. He closed his eyes. He had so much more to say and so little time for it to matter.”
"This whole time, I've been in Hell?" She stepped away from Cam, out of the spotlight and into darkness.
"Because of you.”