The Angelfall Trilogy The incredible YA fantasy phenomenon not to be missed by fans of Sarah J Maas and Jennifer L Armentrout Seriously and completely addictive GlamourThe action packed Penryn and the End of Days trilogy

  • Title: The Angelfall Trilogy
  • Author: Susan Ee
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  • Page: 417
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The incredible YA fantasy phenomenon, not to be missed by fans of Sarah J Maas and Jennifer L Armentrout Seriously and completely addictive GlamourThe action packed Penryn and the End of Days trilogy from Susan Ee ANGELFALL, WORLD AFTER, END OF DAYS Available together as a digital only package for the first time.

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      Published :2019-02-20T05:19:23+00:00

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    1. Susan Ee

      Susan Ee is a USA Today bestselling author of the Penryn the End of Days trilogy, ANGELFALL, WORLD AFTER, and END OF DAYS Her books have been translated into over twenty languages, and her short films have played at major festivals She used to be a lawyer but loves being a writer because it allows her imagination to bust out and go feral.Sign up to hear about her next book at susanee or follow her on Twitter Susan_Ee.

    320 thoughts on “The Angelfall Trilogy”

    1. Okay, onto my review of the Angelfall Trilogy. I stayed up till midnight three days in a row because I had to know what happened. Last night was one of those nights. Now I want coffee. Only I don't drink coffee, so I guess I'll just be tired all day. The angels came. Two months ago, they descended from the heavens. Beautiful and perfect as the dawn. But they did not bring salvation. Instead, they destroyed humanity. Now, we're rats skittering through our cities. Even if we manage to find a way [...]


    2. Well damn, that was an addictive series.For so long the Angelfall trilogy sat on my to-read list. Everyone seemed to love it and it was right up my street, and yet I never pushed it to the top of my to-read list. That changed when I managed to find the books going cheap. Suddenly I could sit and power my way all three books, without waiting for to deliver the next one.At first I wasn’t quite sure whether I was going to enjoy the series as much as everyone else seemed to. Whilst I was enjoying [...]



    3. Imagine the thing you believed to be a holy blessing, turned out to be an evil curse.  That was the world in which  Penryn awoke to.  It was six weeks since an Angel army invaded their world and destruction was everywhere. Seventeen-year-old Penryn first saw Raffe, the archangel Raphael, when warrior angels cut off his wings.  In trying to help him, they kidnapped her seven-year-old sister.  Her crazy insane, but sometimes make sense mother, ran away leaving Penryn to make a decision [...]


    4. I am torn between a 4 and a 5 rating, but am giving it a 5 because the story, across the three books is so engaging and I had trouble putting it down.The series has a great start in Angelfall when Penryn, the main character, a 17 year old girl, rescues Raffe, the angel main character, from death in a dystopic world where the angels have attacked earth. The rest of their book is Penryn's search to rescue her sister with Raffe. The world and characters created are terrific and EE is a great story [...]


    5. I found the first book lurking in my To Read list and, wanting to try something new, decided to jump right in and get the trilogy - which was the right decision. Although I'm not the target audience, bring rather much older than reluctant heroine Penryn, I thoroughly enjoyed this series. I have a penchant for dystopian/post-apocalyptic fiction and this definitely satisfied my craving!I found it easy to read without being obvious, with enough twists to keep me guessing. The characters were believ [...]


    6. I loved Angelfall and World After. Very much. End of Days not quite as much, but I did preorder it, and I did wait rather impatiently for its release date. That might have raised my expectations to unreasonable heights. Had I read the series back-to-back I may have loved each book equally Maybe. Anyways, the story is awesome, one of my all-time favorites.


    7. 2.5 stars. It sort of reads like Supernatural fan fiction crossed with Twilight and the Hunger Games with a dose of something like Saw. If you're not in the target audience, I'd recommend it as a decent palate cleanser before you move on to something that requires a lot of attention and thought. Personally, I'm moving on to Malazan after this O.oI am probably pretty far removed from the target audience for this series (young adult, romance-inclined), so please take my review with a few grains of [...]


    8. This was a fast action filled read but I just don't get the current trend for wedding vast amounts of brutal violence with teenage girl/ancient and powerful being love stories. while I understand the appeal of both of those things separately, the older I get the more the second part squicks me


    9. I loved everything. I have many book favorites but this is the only reading in my which I have no complaints. I spent 2 nights with little sleep, but I am done now and I can't bear to jump into another book yet. It's too soon to dive into another world. The characters are too true. Every single one is the perfect touch to create such a great reading. And Penryn and Raffe are perfect together. They're hilarious, adorable, and not a pain in the ass when considering the cliche issue about not being [...]


    10. AdoredFinally a book where romance comes from loyalty and partnership, not some instant attraction that overrides all. Despite two young children and a ton of Christmas prep to fit in I've consumed these books! For anyone who loves the dystopian genre but doesn't need a ridiculous love line.


    11. What a great YA series. I only count this trilogy as 1 book because they're fairly short installments. Penryn is a teen in the post-apocalyptic world. Not from zombies- no, from ANGELS. It's a nice little take on a subject that is near and dear to me.


    12. Good but unsatisfiying. Quite interesting in places but I felt it went in wrong directions. Good read and well written overall.





    13. The Review: There are so many things I want to say about this series, I'd been wanting to pick it up for awhile now, just never had the money to buy myself a copy, and a friend had all three books on her kindle, so I read and finished all three of them within five hours. Angelfall feels like it starts in the middle of the book instead of the beginning, there's so much suspense throughout the series I was on the edge of my seat anticipating the next page. I am proud to announce There is no romanc [...]


    14. OVERALL: 5 starsAngelfall (Penryn & the End of Days #1) - 5 starsSix weeks ago angels came to earth. They were not like what anyone expected, they were mean and without a second thought they took over everything. Penryn is just a girl trying to survive in this new world the angels created and when she stumbled onto an epic angel battle she loses her younger sister in the process. Now with the help of Raffe, an angel that has lost his wings, she has to trust him because he is the only hope of [...]


    15. I don't know what to say. I absolutely loved this book. I don't know how anything can beat it. If you like kick ass female characters that do not need to be rescued everytime something goes wrong then this is perfect for you. the main character is strong, witty, sarcastic, funny, dependent, and has a moral compass that rivals any hero. she will do anything for her family. the world they love in is amazing and you can truly feel the desperation and hopelessness through the book. if I had to say s [...]


    16. the world's end is here. god sent his angels as punishment. nobody knows why god would do something like that. actually nobody knows if god did. and you get in league with a hot archangel who's fallen from gracee you getting all of this. read it. it's good. real good. like can't wrap my head around good.


    17. me encanta la trilogía es algo fresco y diferente y lo mejor es que ella no se queda envovada por que es un ángel solo si es lindo pero me importa es mi familia y la química que hay entre los estos personajes me encanta, resumen:primer libro te odiosegundo libro eres pasabletercer libro no me importa nada solo tu y tues así para mi la trilogia ♥





    18. Very readable. Read all 3 books in 2 days as they were light, enjoyable escapism. Definitely young adult, has a romantic thread without the sex.


    19. A fun, and yet apocalyptic series! Believable characters, and even situations. Made me think of whether I'd be ready for The End of Days.



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