Falling, One by One

Falling One by One Whether Armise lived or died was never supposed to matter to MerqAs the fight for the kids of the jacquerie begins and the war between Opposition and Revolution heightens Merq discovers that he may n

  • Title: Falling, One by One
  • Author: S.A. McAuley
  • ISBN: 9781784309862
  • Page: 331
  • Format: ebook
  • Whether Armise lived or died was never supposed to matter to MerqAs the fight for the kids of the jacquerie begins and the war between Opposition and Revolution heightens, Merq discovers that he may not have as much control over his actions as he thought he did Further complicating their tangled relationship, Armise may be just as compromised.Desperate to learn the truth,Whether Armise lived or died was never supposed to matter to MerqAs the fight for the kids of the jacquerie begins and the war between Opposition and Revolution heightens, Merq discovers that he may not have as much control over his actions as he thought he did Further complicating their tangled relationship, Armise may be just as compromised.Desperate to learn the truth, Merq and Armise put themselves directly in the path of a powerful enemy They ve spent fifteen years of their lives on the knife s edge of trust and loyalty What they learn about each other s pasts and what it means for their future will bring them together or definitively tear them apart.Merq s life has always been at risk one bullet away from death in sacrifice of his mission As his focus begins to shift, Merq may be too late to understand what, and who, is most important in his life.

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    1. Every time I think I have a grip on the power politics, interests of the 26th-century factions, and dynamics between the various players in this series, I open the next book only to find out I didn’t have a clue. Fluctuating alliances and more stunning revelations follow with each volume, and it is an amazing feeling to know that S.A. McAuley will twist and turn my perception of what is going on every single time I read one of these novels. I feel like a masochist for putting myself through th [...]

    2. I've said this once, but I'll say it againloudlyFUCK! THIS SERIES IS AMAZING!!!And Falling One by One is no exception; deserving of every multi exclamation point and capitolised word I'll no doubt be bombarding this review with, because WOW! I've just finished the long awaited fourth offering from the exceptional Borders War saga and justJust WOW! Once again I'm left in awe of the totally mind blowing imagination, intricately plotted world building and incredible writing skills of S.A. McAuley.I [...]

    3. 4.5 starsNot gonna lieis book HURT. I've been waiting 3 books for answers. But the answers I got in book 4 were twisted and fucked up and made me hurt for Merq and Armise. They really were just pawns in a messed up war. But, their own fight for their lives, for each other, for their loveUGHis is where it hurt the most. This book had the most emotional angst of the series to date. I don't know that I was ready for it. But I lapped it up word by word. HOW WILL THIS END????!!!! I don't want it to e [...]

    4. Well, fuck. Do you guys remember when I said that book 3 was painful and heartbreaking and just plain gorgeous despite of all that. Well, may I present you heartbreaking version 2.0.The heartbreak and frustration that this book caused me came from a different place than book 3. Here, Merq and Armise are slowly finding more stability in each other, in the sense that they ground the other - make no mistake, their love story is layered, complex, passionate, selfish and selfless at the same time. It [...]

    5. With four days until the release of Falling, One by One I want to take this opportunity to say a massive thank you to everyone who's waited two years for this book. The last two years have been filled with challenges and changes I couldn't have expected, let alone prepared for. Thank you for sticking with me during that time!Luckily, you'll only have to wait one week to get the fifth and final book in The Borders War series--Strength of the Rising Sun. Where the series goes from there will be an [...]

    6. I actually did a bad thing: I'm writing this review after I finished the next book. And my geriatric mind can't seem to remember specific details per se, except that Falling, One by One felt a bit lack luster to me. The main reason is that I've grown kind of tired with the plot: the Revolution, Ahriman, the politics, etc. All I really cared about was Merq and Armise, but this particular installment was very plotty and with a healthy heaping of "extra" thrown in that detracted from the romance I [...]

    7. Anyone who reads books numbering in the triple digits every year knows that sometimes a book and its characters stick with you. And sometimes… well, they don’t. It’s the nature of this beastly addiction we have to fiction. And it’s what keeps us coming back for more—even when it feels like all our emotional boo-boos are being marinated in lemon juice and our guts are being ripped out through our tear ducts.I first ran across the Borders War series back in June of 2013, when I read the [...]

    8. This book was another awesome addition to this series! There was so much going on in this story just wow I have no words for how much I loved this book! We find out so much more about Merq and Armise in this and the other characters in this world. Merq and Armise work together against a enemy while at the same time find out so much more about each other. You get action, violence and angst in this book along with the caring and feelings between these two gritty alpha characters. I love the way th [...]

    9. This book is full of plot twists and we get to discover more of Armise's past but there are not enough questions for discover every thing unknown. I like the pace of the book, there's intrigue, politics, emotion and very graphic violence (specially in the last part of the book). Though i still don't understand Ahriman's motives to do the shit he's doing and why is Merq such an important key for it all, i quite enjoy the book. Also, i think i found a plothole over there but i need to comment it t [...]

    10. I binged this series and I didn't write a review immediately upon finishing so now I don't exactly remember which events happened in which book. I do know that the author ripped my heart out repeatedly. I do know I was on the edge of my seat. I do know this is one of my favorite series. I do know that you should definitely read this.

    11. I don't give up on this series thanks to the characters and the plot considered as intrigue one, because as science fiction story this series is a hopeless case, full of inconsistencies.

    12. Holy shit! Every time I think, it can't get worse, I'm proven wrong! I'm a nervous wreck right nowSecrets. Far too many secrets. That's what Merq and Armise learn the hard way in the fourth book of the Borders War series. Only if you ask the right questions, you'll get the respective answers. Some secrets are revealed, some remain what they are, at least for the time being. Not only do they have to fight against their enemies, on top of all that, there's an unknown force in the form of a genetic [...]

    13. Book 1 an 3 are the best in the series so far. This book is almost as good. The politics is nastily brutal, heavy with intrigue and deception. The narrative keeps me guessing with constant threads of shrewdly executed plot twists. This is an amazing series that carries substance and feircely written depth. The border wars deserves more recognition and should be more well known. It's quality is on par with The Captive Prince.

    14. It started so well. Some secrets are revealed. Some of them seriously shocking. Philosophizing about life and love. Merq and love. The wide expanse of the Mongolian landscape.And then in the last 20% I thought I would die. So much pain. Unbearable. So much cruelty. Not enough air to breathe. I'm still shocked. Shocked and speechless.

    15. I was on the edge of my seat for most of this book and I'm still there at the end of it so I'm going to dive into the next one because I don't want to stay here at the edge of this cliff that the ending has us poised at.Some parts of this book were so brutal but there were also some beautiful moments between Merq and Armise in this book as they continue to develop their relationship and Merq is coming to appreciate and understand the non physical aspects of it.

    16. Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance®Merque and Armise are hard men to love. They are men built to kill. They do not talk much, and when they do you don't know if you can fully trust what they say. They know nothing but war and each other. Even if they are sworn enemies. They are not simple men. They do not live in simple times. You can't help but fall in love with these two alpha men.For Complete Review see prismbookalliance/?p=4

    17. 6 'What a series. Intrigue, action, dirty hot as fuck sex, beautiful pure love and heartbreak, fuck this nearly did me in so fucking thankful I have the next one to go straight onto' stars.

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