Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Age Recommended: 13 and up
This book was actually my favorite so far in the series because even though the series is placed in a fictional world, the characters tended to be illogical and this was the first book where the characters made reasonable decisions. I still have a problem with the author’s inability to label whose perspective a chapter is from, but I think that it’s easier to figure out now that readers are more familiar with the characters and the relationships between them.
The Gardes have all been united. Five was finally found in Arkansas, and the team is back in Nine’s penthouse to regroup and plan their next steps against Setrákus Ra and the Mogodorians. The only problem is that none of them are strong enough to even stand a chance of defeating their enemy.
John, the unanimously elected team leader, starts assigning duties and setting up a training schedule in hopes of defeating Setrákus Ra, but the situation is getting worse and time is running out. A few of the Gardes are being plagued by constant prophetic nightmares that never seem to end well, and a fair number of the Gardes are without their Chests, leaving them relatively defenseless in battle.
When Ella goes into a coma during one of her nightmares and takes John with her, it’s up to the rest of the team to continue training before the Mogadorians find them and attack again. But what nobody expects is a traitor in their midst…
If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: The Fall of Five (Lorien Legacies)
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