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Darkness Falls (Nature's Fury, #1)

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As nature tires of human destruction, two sisters must face a changing environment that stands between them and survival.

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When Quinn and Riley set out on a family vacation with their parents, the trip ends before it begins. Mother Nature interferes with their plans, setting off a sequence of events that thrusts the teens into a hostile land
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Paperback, 348 pages
Published 2019 by Indie Owl Press
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Joseph
May 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Bottom of main p163…"the opening while I…" different font…bottom of main page 192…"I sit quietly…" different font…main p194 "I think Mother Nature IS finally tired of…" missing word….otherwise, this story 100% earns 5-stars...the only reason I took breaks from it was to get sleep...a yummy blend of darkness, suspense, and sisterly love...imagery is incredible...plot flow reels in smoothly...an initial concern for the number of chapters was proven upon stopping in Chapter 56 at main page 262...th ...more
Jessica Bronder
May 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Quinn and Riley are with their parents and on the way to vacation in Delaware but end up in an accident that kills their parents. On their own they decide to continue on to their destination. But then Mother Nature goes violent and storms come out of nowhere killing many. They girl hole up but have to adventure out when their supplies run low. They run into a couple of guys and stay at their place. But when Quinn wakes up she finds Riley gone. It seems some people have plans for Riley and it’s u ...more
Jessica Belmont
Apr 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
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This book is right up my alley. Well done dystopian novels are highly saught after in my TBR. I love when they are unique and draw you in from start to finish. Darkness Falls is exactly that.

The characters were compelling and reacted the way I would expect them to in the situation they were in. AR Faulkner’s writing is relatable and compelling.

I highly recommend checking out Darkness Falls. It’s totally worth adding to your TBR!

*I received a copy of this book as part of a blog tour with Silver D
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Brandy Mulder
Apr 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Two sisters are stranded, and trying to figure out what to do when things just keep going downhill. When mothers nature isn't going crazy, the people around them start to show their true colors. There's no explicit content but a little bit of violence.
Jasmine
Apr 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Robin Asick
Apr 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I usually do not read this genre but loved the book. It pulled me right in and I can not wait for the next installment. I highly recommend it!
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Two sisters Quinn and Riley along with their parents set out on vacation. Their Aunt Grace has trailer near the beach in Delaware that they visit every year. They end up in a terrible accident close to Aunt Grace’s. Their parents don’t survive. Quinn and Riley make their way to their aunt’s place not knowing what else to do.

It looks like Mother Nature has had enough of the way people is treating her home and decides that is it time for a little payback. The earth is hit with earthquakes, tornad
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AE Faulkner is a young adult dystopian author. Her debut novel, Darkness Falls, is the first book in the Nature's Fury series, which explores the Earth’s response to humans poisoning her streams, abusing her animals and destroying her beauty.

She has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Millersville University and a master’s degree in advertising, public relations & journalism from Temple Uni
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