Fey Fall Down
Author: Tabitha Summers
YA Book 17+
4 out of 5 Stars
Statia finds herself torn between two powerful males: The alluring Master King who vows he will never let her go, and the irresistible god of war whose love for her is wholly forbidden. Forced to live within an ethereal society where power topples power, Statia finally discovers her shocking birthright. However, whom can she trust when the weight of the world literally lies on her shoulders?
I was so excited when Fey Fall Down came out. Stories with mythology, Zeus, Olympus, added to them are so enticing to me. This story was well written, great plot, great character development, and the story line flows nicely so that there are not down spots.
For those who have read the first book Dreams Fall Down, the story picks up right from where you left off. Statia is adamantly trying to figure out the visions/dreams she is having and drags Tyler along with her to places that put them both in extreme danger. While searching the Underworld for answers, she attracts the attention of an unwanted admirer. Kotiyk wants Statia as his own and will do everything in his power to get her. When Ayden returns (YEA!), Rayne’s patience for Statia’s affection is almost at its end. The connection between Ayden and Statia is powerful, powerful enough that Rayne might lose her.
The love connections between Statia, Tyler, Rayne, and Ayden can be a bit overwhelming. Rayne and Statia are meant to be together to save the humans but Ayden is her soul mate. Hard choices because they are both very delectable. With the introduction of new characters in this book, keeping up with who is who and what their motive is in this story was confusing for me. It took a lot of re-reading certain points and returning to previous areas in the book to keep track. There is also a side piece that takes you back to Kentucky where Statia is from. I honestly felt that the side part wasn’t needed as there is already so much going on but I’m sure Tabitha will bring things full circle with this added piece. I would definitely recommend this book to my followers and I am excited to see what happens next.