The Day the Sky Fell by Adam Dreece

Posted December 26, 2017 by E.J. Roberts in Adult, Book Review, Fantasy, Middle Grade, Science Fiction, Steampunk, Teen, YA / 0 Comments

The Day the Sky Fell by Adam DreeceThe Day the Sky Fell (The Yellow Hoods, #5) by Adam Dreece
Series: The Yellow Hoods #5
Genres: fairy tale, fantasy, science fiction, steampunk

This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the book. If you buy the book using that link, I will receive a small commission from the sale.

As the shepherd watched the aerial bombardment of his village, he had no idea it would lead him to tip the scales in the war between Marcus Pieman and the Lady in Red.

Meanwhile, the Yellow Hoods, along with the meager remains of the Tub, race to rescue Nikolas Klaus before it's too late. Who will betray them, and who will be murdered?

The Day the Sky Fell picks up where Beauties of the Beast left off, and brings an epic finale to the series. But is this truly the end of the Yellow Hoods?

Find out!

After reading the first four books of this series, I had to dive right out and buy the 5th and final book. I couldn’t wait to see what happened next, and I wasn’t disappointed.

The Day the Sky Fell keeps you on the edge of your seat, rapidly turning pages until the very end.

Chikahn Liddel was nothing more than a simple shepherd. However, one fateful day, he saw a Skyfaller destroy his entire village. When a cloud miraculously destroyed the large airship, he became an important piece in a much larger puzzle. One he had no clue he would be a part of when he made his way into the world.

The Yellow Hoods and what remained of the once secret society known as the Tub rushed to free Nikolas Klaus. However, not all of them appear to have the same agenda. With suspicion mounting on all sides, how is it all going to end?

Oh my gosh. This book was an epic finale to a wonderfully inventive series. Just when you think all is going to happen a certain way, the reader is thrown through another plot twist. To some, it might feel as if there were too many and it can become a bit much to keep track of after a time. However, I loved every thrilling moment of it. I couldn’t stop reading until I reached the very end.

I found the ending to be quite satisfying. Every character was placed where he or she needed to be and the consequences of their actions were all taken into account. I also didn’t mind the part where Mr. Dreece more than hinted that more books would be coming out in this world. I will definitely be on the lookout for those.


Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Leave a Reply