- By Ashley DiMuzio

And They All Fall Down

  • Title: And They All Fall Down
  • Author: Ashley DiMuzio
  • ISBN: 9781466451
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Paperback
  • And They All Fall Down Seventy five years ago It came and wiped out ninety percent of the human race Seventy five years ago the human race ran to the corner of the Earth and hid themselves inside the Bubble Now they have f

    Seventy five years ago It came and wiped out ninety percent of the human race Seventy five years ago the human race ran to the corner of the Earth and hid themselves inside the Bubble Now, they have forgotten about the Evil lurking just outside their door Political unrest sweeps through the nation, the people so focused on their personal gains that they don t notice theSeventy five years ago It came and wiped out ninety percent of the human race Seventy five years ago the human race ran to the corner of the Earth and hid themselves inside the Bubble Now, they have forgotten about the Evil lurking just outside their door Political unrest sweeps through the nation, the people so focused on their personal gains that they don t notice the Darkness quietly seeping back into their lives, intent on destroying them once and for all Ten years ago Nelson Phoenix lost his eyes in a bar fight Ten years ago he attempted to take his life by throwing himself outside of the Bubble, where the Evil thrived Nelson wanted to die, but instead was granted life by the same thing that had destroyed most of his race Now, Nelson is a political fugitive, hated by the people and hunted by not so human things that go bump in the dark The Bubble is failing, Darkness is knocking at the door, and Nelson Phoenix is the only one who can save them The question is, should he

    1 thought on “And They All Fall Down

    1. What I love most about this book so far is that from the first pages I can picture everything -- picture it as a movie that I want to be an extra in!! I love coming across parts that get me so hyped up I can’t sleep (Pg 74; last Par on pg120-leading into pg121; Ch 26), or cry (Ch 17). Love reading a sentence and thinking DiMuzio's writing is beautiful or wondering how she created this world. Love the surprises and the anticipation. Love when a book wants me to savor it in a comfy chair :) Love [...]

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