Wolf Sirens Night Fall: What Rises Must Fall (Wolf Sirens #3)

Rated 3.80/5 based on 5 reviews
Uncover what happens after dark in Shade.
The valley is covered by cloud as the Gods rage war. What lurks beneath the surface of the heartlands of myth and reality is a tale as insidious and devious as the wolves themselves. As dusk descends they haunt the forest. The hunter’s legacy must be fulfilled as what rises must fall and those that have fallen must find the strength to rise again. More

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About Tina Smith

Author of the Wolf Sirens series, the sequel Wolf Sirens Fever, Wolf Sirens Night Fall and Dusk in Shade.
A paranormal series of Y/A romance genre novels, featuring goddesses, wolves, intrigue and action.
Tina was born in the Bega Valley, on the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales. She currently lives in Adelaide, South Australia, with her cherished daughter and their cocker spaniel, Billey. She is a Herbalist, final year Naturopathic student and Health food store employee. She love's to write paranormal romance/fantasy and for Wolf Sirens she learnt to shoot. Tina believes nothing beats first hand experience. She enjoys soaping, movies, reading, a bit of reality T.V, alone time and is slightly obsessed with creative writing.

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Review by: Christina Livingston on Sep. 04, 2014 :
I was asked to read and review this series of books by the author Tina Smith! I have read all four books that are out in this series and let me tell you, I CAN NOT wait for the next book! This is a great series full of mystery, suspense, heartache, and romance that captivated me right from the beginning and held me until the last word of the fourth book!! I could not put them down! I love reading books that evoke an emotional response, be it laughing, crying, anger, frustration, etc. and this series does just that! This is a must read!! I am hooked on this series!! abookjunkysobsession.com
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: TnT Reviews on May 27, 2014 :
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

The story of Wolf Sirens reaches a pinnacle in this third book. Will Lila find her true love, is the ancient story a lie? How do these two worlds come together, and will they survive the ultimate clash. Lila must rely on an unlikely source to finish what she started.

This book was a little difficult to read, as it switches between so many different tales within the story-line. One had to concentrate quite a bit. A good read none-the-less.

3 Bombs
Reviewed by Jacqui
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Monica Fellowes on Aug. 05, 2013 :
Night Fall details the preparations for and the battle between the Cult and non-Cult members.

As with the previous two books in the series, there is some local mythology or legend at the beginning of the book.

This book was formatted differently than the others which was a bit confusing. The most confusing part being instead of ending during a chapter, it ends with an epilogue. As with all books/tales involving life stories, it is not truly ended, I still have questions, but perhaps I am reading too much into the format.

The story line and characters are detailed and well written. The quick moving and engaging plot grabs the reader early.

Definitely an entertaining tale.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jasmin Schulze on July 10, 2013 :
And here we are again..
The Situation is still the same, war seems to be unavoidable and to our surprise an other huntress is born:
Caroline.
But she is nothing a huntress is supposed to be. She is small, fragile and one simply wants to protect her. Well, I suppose one can't choose his allies in situations like this, right?

In this book a lot of new characters are added, so at first it's a little bit hard to follow, but I got used to this fast and it's pretty interesting to get more informations about everyone's past.

It finally comes to a war with an unexpected end.. ( But you better read this for yourself!! I didn't realise what would happen until just before it started! )

My opinion:
In fact I don't think this book is special. The whole series got an interesting background, but it's starting to wear off as the story is being dragged on. I believe it would have been better to simply end it with this book (naturally with an alternative end).
The writing style makes the book easy to read (I'm always fast to finish these), but I think I'm starting to get bored and finally want to see an end.
I still think it was a good read though, so I'm giving 3 stars.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Monica Fellowes on July 02, 2013 :
Night Fall details the preparations for and the battle between the Cult and non-Cult members.

As with the previous two books in the series, there is some local mythology or legend at the beginning of the book.

This book was formatted differently than the others which was a bit confusing. The most confusing part being instead of ending during a chapter, it ends with an epilogue. As with all books/tales involving life stories, it is not truly ended, I still have questions, but perhaps I am reading too much into the format.

The story line and characters are detailed and well written. The quick moving and engaging plot grabs the reader early.

Definitely an entertaining tale.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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