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The Fallen: Armageddon by Thomas E. Sniegoski

The Fallen Armageddon by Thomas E. Sniegoski While you all are freaking out over the final season of Breaking Bad, I'm freaking out over the final book in The Fallen series - which also happens to be related to Bryan Cranston.

If you haven't read The Fallen books yet, now is the time to pick up all of the books in the series and read them in one fell swoop. (I wrote that, then looked back at the cover with winged Aaron, and apologized for the accidental pun.)

If you like the tales of fallen angels, if you watch the TV series Supernatural, you have to read these books - as well as Tom's series of novels for adults about Boston P.I. Remy Chandler, who just so happens to be a fallen angel.

If you have read the previous books in the line, then you, like me, are both excited and sad that the series is drawing to a close. Aptly titled, ARMAGEDDON is a doozy. Prepare yourself.

A spark of hope. Sometimes that was all it took to build a raging fire.

THE FALLEN: Armageddon by Thomas E. Sniegoski</p>

Only Aaron and his fellow Nephilim can protect the world from Satan's wrath in this riveting finale to the New York Times bestselling The Fallen series.

Satan is determined to create his own Hell on Earth and has unleashed unfathomable chaos into the world. Cut off from Heaven, humanity's only hope for salvation rests with eighteen-year-old Aaron and the other Nephilim who fight by his side. These angelic warriors will protect civilization and restore God's favor no matter the cost. But there can be only one champion - and defeat is eternal.

The battle lines have been drawn. Armageddon is here.

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