Fallen Book Discussion (Week 11)

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Hey, people from Earth and other people who are not from here, we will be giving you the awesomeness that is Fallen by Lauren Kate.  This is our last post for the Fallen Book Discussion.  Do you have a great book in mind for next year's discussion?  Make sure to email me any suggestions.  Stay tuned for this week's reviews, where I will be reviewing all the Fallen books up to the release of Rapture, which I will be reviewing shortly.  Hope you all enjoyed the discussion!  Be sure to show up, because we are giving away some great stuff, check it out HERE.  If you missed a post and want to check out the schedule, go HERE.  Come and join us in our quest of discussing FALLEN.

Chapter 20: Daybreak

We are closing to the end and Luce must say goodbye to everyone she holds dear to journey to “the unknown” with (of all people) Mr. Cole.  Luce won’t be around for the burial of Penn so she mutters her goodbyes on the alter of the church.  Daniel promises to bury her as soon as possible.  Luce wants to make sure he knows where to bury her so they sneak into the cemetary, which is crawling with policeman trying to figure out what actually went down in the battle the night before.  All that remains as evidence is a thick layer of dust.  Luce shows Daniel the stone where Penn’s father is buried and tells him to bury her there.  She is upset about the tragic turn of events.  Daniel does’t want to upset her further, but it is time to set off to another beginning.  He flies her to the lake (yes, angels have wings), where they kiss and sadly, say their goodbyes (and until next times).  They eventually make their way over to a small plane where Mr. Cole will be taking her to an island to keep her safe.

Think about it:
What is Cam’s certain type of warfare that leaves such a thick cloud of dust everywhere?
Mr. Cole surprises us by being the one to take Luce away; how much does he know (has he been on it from the beginning or someone who just figured it all out)?

Epilogue: Two Great Lights

The epilogue is almost as short as the prologue, starting off with just shapes and descriptions before we can’t put names to the characters.  Daniel sits on the rafters of a cabin, watching Luce sleep below.  He invites Cam in for a chat and the two strike up a truce.  They shake hands, while Luce slumbers.

Think about it:
Why does Cam want Luce?

As a whole, how did you like Fallen?

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