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5 Reasons Why We’re DYING for You to Read REIGN OF THE FALLEN

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We’re about to knock you dead with the first new series release of 2018! Sarah Glenn Marsh’s Reign of the Fallen is one of our most anticipated fantasies that’s diverse, edgy, and romantic. Need more reasons to get buried in this read? Here are our Top 5 reasons:

 

1) Are you trying to say the cover wasn’t enough?!

Ugh, okay, we’ll give you four more reasons. But JUST LOOK AT IT.

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2) It’s one of the most fascinating fantasy worlds we’ve ever experienced.

In a world where the dead and the living walk together, peace depends on coexistence. Trusted necromancers, who are able to revive the royal family to continue their reign in death, gifted shapeshifters, and a variety of other magically inclined characters bring Sarah Glenn Marsh’s fantasy to life.

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3) Odessa is a protagonist that will outlive all the rest in your memory.

Odessa is the most gifted necromancer in Karthia and knows it. Not only does she provide us with action-packed scenes, but brings the emotional game to the table as well. Throughout REIGN, she’s torn between her first love, Evander, and his sister, Meredy—both equally make her heart stop.

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4) Early readers are already raving . . . and they need you to keep the discussion alive!!

Check out what other readers had to say about this incredible read.

 

 

 

 

5) The author, Sarah Glenn Marsh, is amazing.

We were lucky enough to hang with her and talk about everything from Harry Potter to Halsey, and she’s simply the best!

 

 

 

 

Pre-order your copy of Reign of the Fallen here!

And learn more about each of the characters here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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