The Day The Sky Fell

By Adam Dreece

I would recommend this book for ages 11 and up.

Summary

The gripping adventure continues in this international best-selling Steampunk meets Fairy tale series!
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! (Goodreads)

My Review

I’m so excited to be reviewing this book and to be able to say that The Day The Sky Fell was a fantastic ending to a wonderful series! I’ve noticed that what happens with most long series is that they start to fall apart around the third or fourth book. This didn’t happen with the Yellow Hoods, instead, it benefitted from having a lot of books. There are quite a few characters in this series and I love that Adam took time to really develop each of them. Every single character has grown drastically from the first book. I felt like each of the main characters had a book that really showcased them. Tee is the main character so she was a large part of each book but the other two characters really got to have their own story also. Book two focused heavily on Richie and book five focused more on Ellie. As I’ve said in pretty much every review for this series, I also absolutely love all of the villains/morally ambiguous characters in these books. I don’t know what it is about them, but Adam really does write them well.

The Yellow Hoods series has so many different plot lines going and Adam is able to write in a way that prevents it from ever becoming jumbled or confusing. It is always interesting to get near the end of the book and watch as he ties everything together. The fairy tale aspect is still so fun to see unfold. I had my suspicions that a certain character was going to tie into a certain fairy tale and the scene where it was revealed was amazing.

Overall this series along with this book were amazing. I highly recommend them and can’t wait to read anything else of Adam’s.

Violence: 1.5/5                Stars: 4.5/5

Language: 0/5                 Pages: 255

Romance: 0.5/5              Buy the book here: Amazon

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2 thoughts on “The Day The Sky Fell

  1. This is a very complete and well thought-out review. I’m sure Adam is very pleased that you are reviewing his books because you do it so well. Keep up the good work.