Throw the bones. The Fallen (The Greatest Sin) by @AuthorLeeFrench #fantasy

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The Fallen

The Greatest Sin

Written by Lee French and Erik Kort

Genre: Fantasy

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There are always people who want secrets. 
Some will do anything to get what they want. 

For hundreds of years, the Blaukenev clan has wandered across Tilzam, from one end to the other and back. Each wagon carries history, love, laughter, pain, sorrow, and secrets. Their greatest secret of all may be Chavali, the clan Seer. 

With her gift/curse, nothing surprises her anymore, no one keeps secrets from her. She, on the other hand, has more than enough secrets to keep. Secrets of her own, secrets of her clan, secrets of the world, secrets she even keeps from herself.

The Fallen is the foundation of the story of The Greatest Sin, of a world adrift from its God that desperately wants Her back. Chavali's comfortable, predictable life will be ripped apart and burnt to ashes as she's forced into the middle of that struggle. Change, she hates it passionately. It hates her right back.

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The Fallen


Here's what

a fan said

I never re-read books as a general rule, but I have read this book twice already. I loved the story and fell in love with the characters even more the second time through. I hope that another book in this series is released soon, as I can't wait to see what happens next! On the flip side, if the next installment takes a while, I can read this one again in preparation for the release!

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fantasy or a good read in general.

Favorite quote, "Men. They had the observation skills of walnuts."

— Kelly

Author Bio

Lee French

Lee French lives in Worcester, MA with two kids, two mice, two bicycles, and too much stuff. She is an avid gamer and active member of the Myth-Weavers online RPG community, where she is known for her fondness for Angry Ninja Squirrels of Doom. 

In addition to spending much time there, she also trains year-round for the one-week of glorious madness that is RAGBRAI, has a nice flower garden with absolutely no lawn gnomes, and tries in vain every year to grow vegetables that don't get devoured by neighborhood wildlife.