Release Date: September 17th, 2013
Genre: Pre-Apocalyptic Fiction
Source: ARC for Review
Challenge(s): Debut Author
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I was so excited for Tumble & Fall. It had this awesomely unique premise that had me jumping up and down with excitement, but unfortunately it soon became apparent that this was not my sort of book.
The lead characters were all pretty bland. None of them stood out from each other and the only way I could tell the difference between their stories were the supporting characters.
There were three separate story lines, which each held their own quite well, but I was disappointed that they really didn’t overlap at all, or have any sort of connection until the very end.
All of the romances in the story seemed artificial, and were dripping in insta-love. The book takes place over a short period of time which didn’t provide for the character and relationship development that I felt all involved needed.
Tumble & Fall was a fast read that I found enjoyable enough, but could’ve delivered so much more.