We All Fall Down

We All Fall Down In th century Europe black spots and scarlet rings have covered the country Seventeen year old Jemmaline Girard is suddenly thrust into a time of death and loss while she desperately clings to t

  • Title: We All Fall Down
  • Author: Katlyn Charlesworth
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 409
  • Format: ebook
  • In 14th century Europe, black spots and scarlet rings have covered the country Seventeen year old, Jemmaline Girard, is suddenly thrust into a time of death and loss, while she desperately clings to the small hope of the future Struggling to survive, Jemma journeys across the country to find a safe haven, in a world that is falling fast On the way, she discovers the truIn 14th century Europe, black spots and scarlet rings have covered the country Seventeen year old, Jemmaline Girard, is suddenly thrust into a time of death and loss, while she desperately clings to the small hope of the future Struggling to survive, Jemma journeys across the country to find a safe haven, in a world that is falling fast On the way, she discovers the truth behind freedom, the strength in memories, and the possibility of love But, can love thrive, while everything else is dying

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    1. Being the author of this novel, I won't lie and say that those five stars aren't somewhat biased Somewhat.

    2. 4 heartsOver the summer I was very active as a "street team" member for Katlyn Charlesworth. In return for my participation, I wound up winning a signed copy of We All Fall Down! I will tell you. The second I recieved this book, I started to read it!"Ring around the RosiePocket full of PosieAshes, Ashes,We all fall down!"Do you know the meaning of this well known children's song? If you don't and would like to know what it means, and be drawn into a romance from the ages, this is the novel for y [...]

    3. If you're looking for a fast-paced read with both heartbreak and hope, this might be the novel for you. Being a short book, it moved very quickly and didn't linger on unnecessary details. It dove right into the situation and the characters, and time moved quickly so there was never a chance to get bored. Since the novel took place in our world (just in its past), there wasn't a great need for world building, which allowed Katlyn to focus on the situation at hand: the black plague and its effect [...]

    4. What a wonderful first novel by Katlyn Charlesworth! I found myself staying up late to finish this book. You experience the life of Jemma, a teenage girl during the time of the horrific Black Plague, with her joys and tragedies. The emotions conveyed were clear and easy to picture and understand. The pace was fast as well as descriptive. I had wondered if there would be a happy ending to Jemma's tale or not. It was good to read that the author herself had debated whether the ending would be a ha [...]

    5. Wow! This was a great novel! There were several aspects that I loved about it: 1.) First, the raw emotions that the characters displayed were absolutely genuine feeling.2.) The characters were placed in a time that required much perseverance, and their reactions to various situations seemed perfectly coordinated with their personalities.3.) The overall plot waswell, for lack of a better word it was breathtaking!I really can't go any deeper into the story than that or I might give away something [...]

    6. I have to say that if your in the mood for a sweet romance mixed with the horror of what happened during the Black Death this book is a DEF MUST read!!! It is a very quick and easy read I love historical books and this book brought you back to the terror of that time.My one disappointment was that it was not longer!!!

    7. The book really griped my eye and I could not stop reading. It really showed me what a hard time the people in Europe had during the Dark Plague. The only fault I would say is there should have some kind of twist in the end. I feel like it was to much of a happily ever after.

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