Rise of the Fallen

Rise of the Fallen I told Ivory not to publish this book But Ivory never listens to me For being an elf with such big ears her hearing is very bad So now here we both are You wanting to read this VERY DARK tale And me

  • Title: Rise of the Fallen
  • Author: Ivory Autumn
  • ISBN: 9781453749722
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • I told Ivory not to publish this book But Ivory never listens to me For being an elf with such big ears, her hearing is very bad.So, now here we both are You wanting to read this VERY DARK tale And me trying to warn you of the dangers that could happen if you do You, probably being an ordinary person and all.No disrespect to ordinary people I like themor you But,I told Ivory not to publish this book But Ivory never listens to me For being an elf with such big ears, her hearing is very bad.So, now here we both are You wanting to read this VERY DARK tale And me trying to warn you of the dangers that could happen if you do You, probably being an ordinary person and all.No disrespect to ordinary people I like themor you But, generally, ordinary people are toxically attracted to things that are not so healthy for them, like candy, and old broken down buildings full of nose hair twisters, and throat gobblers forgetting that they should be very afraid of dark, spooky, creepyish sort of places, until it s too late Be WARNED that this book, once cracked opened, will cause the innocent lights in your bedroom to quake and shiver, and perhaps go out, leaving you in the darkness So keep a flashlight, or a glowing, friendly, non poisonous mushroom nearby, just in case.Only brave individuals should dare to read this book As for myself, I m brave I m not afraid of the dark Except for when it s dark, of course Ahem.ENTER AT YOUR own RISK Your humble servant,Gogingy,Twisker of the Dandelion DenCome read the first chapter free at wix ivoryautumn theque

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  • Ivory Autumn

    Ivory Autumn is a young elf who enjoys ice skating, swimming, cheesecake, noodles, hula hooping, and exploring tree houses Her favorite color ispurple, and her preferred shape is a circle She likes the smell of cinnamon, and the sound of feebee bugs clicking their wings at night She doesn t like carrots, getting slivers under her fingernails, radishes, blustery wind, doing moldy dishes, or stepping in cold puddles with fresh stockings on.If she were to be any kind of fruit, she would be a mango, because they are so yummy She likes watching lightning, springtime, tall trees, and having butterflies land on her nose.She spends much of her time with her best friends, Andrew, Freddie, Talic, and Gogindy, protecting them from dragons, and other types of nasty monsters.To visit Ivory, Gogindy, Andrew, and the rest of the gang, go to wix ivoryautumn theque

  • 687 Comments

  • This book is fun at heart. It was a different take on paranormal entities with Andrew being half elf and half star. The whole star thing was very interesting. In the beginning of the book, Andrew was wholly unaware that he was more than human or not human. That was intriguing. He grows and journeys from there on a quest. And like any good quest, he must seek out answers along the way.Even though Andrew is sixteen, this book to me reads for a younger crowd. I think that this story would appeal to [...]


  • When I was asked to review this, I read the synopsis, and thought it sounded like a light and fun read. It definitely provided that, though it wasn’t the YA that I sort of expected, I’d call this more mid-range. One of my favourite things about this novel is the range of creatures – and the fact that they all had fun, imaginative names and characteristics. It’s clear that the author has some serious imagination, and I enjoyed that. I also enjoyed the early manifestations of Andrew’s po [...]


  • Good readAfter the beginning of the book when the Twisker rambles on and on about being the hero, the story pulls together and becomes a great start to a Magical star filled adventure, about good vs evil. The story actually has great advise about conquering fear and being positive.


  • Read this review and other at my site ufreviews This book is a fun read to say the least. The book is one part a journey with a quest, an unlikely group of people get together in a hopes of completing a quest together that will save the world from The Fallen. The Fallen is the evil guy who is essentially taking over the world and hopes to one day take over the universe. The book is also one part coming of age story. The story follows young Andrew, a boy who is only sixteen and finds out rather a [...]


  • Posted here: riteshkala.wordpressThe short introduction to this book got me intrigued enough to get myself a copy and start reading it. And I have to say that I could hardly put it down. The author is able to weave a story which kept me wanting to know what would happen at the next turn. There is not a single dull moment in the book, and the story moves along at a fast pace.This book has all the elements that a good fantasy series should. It has an unlikely hero, upon whom the responsibility to [...]


  • A fun read with potential, but one that requires work to make it flow smoothly. The plot seemed rather disjointed, with some very fast paced moments where a lot of action occured in very little period of time, vs long periods where nothing happened at all. The characterisation was awkward. Hero, Andrew, seemed to be the main character, but it also seemed that Ivory (the author) was scheduled to fill that position. At one point, they've just rescued Ivory from one danger (the Fog Locker) and not [...]


  • Ok I would give it two and a half stars if I could. I am sure a younger audience would rate it better. The author did make a wonderful story for a middle schooled or late elementary schooled child with adventure and humor. As an adult with no children to really read this to, I am not the target audience so of course I can't say I enjoyed it all that much. Things like "sheeple" and "twiskers" might be appropriate names for things for a child but I didn't enjoy that humor quite so much.I also had [...]


  • I'd like to give it a higher rating but a couple of things are stopping me.Firstly, the grammar / typos in the book are really annoying. I don't know if they're just in the kindle version but they do detract from the enjoyment of the book.Secondly, it reads as though the author is in a hurry. Maybe she is limited on the number of words, or maybe she is so excited about the next scene that she can't wait to get there. Whatever the reason, the book really rushes through some scenes (moments betwee [...]



  • I really enjoyed this story, although there were many typos and other mistakes throughout. I am awaiting the next in the series.




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