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What if the person you were meant to be with could never be yours?

After the mysterious fire, 17 year-old Luce’s parents send her away to reform school. The grim, harsh, run-down Sword and Cross is a world away from her previous wealthy school, full of high-flyers & socialites.

Luce finds herself instantly & inexplicably drawn to Daniel – gorgeous and intelligent – but she can’t help thinking he hates her half the time. Meanwhile there’s the charming Cam, who can’t do enough for her…

Without realising, Luce is being lured into grave danger. She has no idea of the world which exists in parallel to her own, but is about to find out…

After the mysterious fire, 17 year-old Luce’s parents send her away to reform school. The grim, harsh, run-down Sword and Cross is a world away from her previous wealthy school, full of high-flyers & socialites.

Luce finds herself instantly & inexplicably drawn to Daniel – gorgeous and intelligent – but she can’t help thinking he hates her half the time. Meanwhile there’s the charming Cam, who can’t do enough for her…

Without realising, Luce is being lured into grave danger. She has no idea of the world which exists in parallel to her own, but is about to find out…

SOME ANGELS ARE DESTINED TO FALL

In 6 days, Lauren Kate’s “Fallen” is released in the UK. E.Maree on Writing will be reviewing it in time for release, to let you know what I think about the new novel often called “Twilight with fallen angels”. Alongside Becca Fitzpatrick’s “Hush, Hush”, the new fallen angel theme doesn’t seem to be a fad that’s going away.

As a fan of the tragic fallen, whose own in-progress work Saint deals with them in a less romantic light, this is probably a good thing – and on the plus side, fallen angels don’t sparkle.

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Liking the sound of it so far? If you’re interested in a copy. the Fallen website lists a whole host of opportunities to read it for yourself before release. ┬áTheir Facebook page is another competition hotspot, with competitions ongoing. Right now the main competition seems to be posting on their discussion board with your views on why angels are better than vampires.

You can also read an extract from the story here, and join in a web chat with the author on Facebook this Thursday.

Disclaimer: A review copy and promotional info for the work have been provided for free by Random House.