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The Dark Lines Book Two: When Darkness Falls

by Jo Ramsey

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I finally got around to writing this review.

This book was palatable and an enjoyable read. It seems it's a part of a series and I wouldn't mind reading the next in the suspected series so I can see where the story goes.

I don't like to give too much away, but it's a worthy read. ( )
  pandawnmonium | Mar 5, 2013 |
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I normally cannot start a series out of order. However this book was very easy to read and get into. It could be a stand alone book. Its a great "good vs. evil" story with lots a twists that keep you guessing! That characters are all very likeable and you find yourself becoming attached to them! ( )
  ashiepoo84 | Sep 1, 2012 |
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This was an overall good read. It was fast paced and had an interesting premise. Blake has powers and hasn't come to terms with using them. He isolates himself, until he finds Faith who can understand him. The two feel they have to come together to save their town. It was suspense filled, interesting, and I am looking forward to the rest of this series! ( )
  TBRetc | Mar 10, 2012 |
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When Darkness Falls started off good, but my main problem with it was that there was too much exposition through dialogue (and a lot of it was repetitive). Consequently, I felt detached from the characters because they weren't individual; they lacked a voice of their own. They all seemed to talk the same way and felt more to me like cardboard cutouts than actual people.

The concept for this book was a good one, but more showing, less telling, and better fleshing out of the characters would have given it the depth it deserved. ( )
  CynDaVaz | Jan 12, 2012 |
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Blake Walker has an idea of what his mind can do to some extent and has had a rough life because of it. He tries to hide his abilities so much that he hasn't experienced everything it can do. He also has a difficult time finding friends and people to trust and let in. He finally find's Faith a new girl in school that he feels close to and he finds out why. In their quest of finding each other they find a shak that has quite a bit of darkness around it. They later understand why and try to defeat it. A very good fast paced read. Highly recommended. ( )
  MonicaLynn | Dec 21, 2011 |
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Fourteen-year-old Blake Walker is the "weird kid" at school. As an adopted foster child, he has never forgotten what his birth mother put him through because of his psychic abilities. Because of that, he's determined not to let anyone get close enough to him to discover what he can do. But keeping his distance from Faith Carlisle isn't easy. A new girl at school, Faith doesn't seem to care what people say. She persists in trying to get to know him. When he gives in and becomes her friend, Blake discovers that Faith has abilities as well. And she's not the only one; Eli Tyler, one of the popular jocks, is gifted, too. With his surprising new friends, Blake discovers a threat: a dark presence occupying an abandoned house in town. Through a website he finds Topher James and Callie Monroe, two older teens who have fought this darkness before. With their guidance, Blake must defeat the dark entity before he and Faith are lost forever.

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