The Books of Fell

A fateful car accident with a mysterious stranger sends young John Fell on a startling path tangled with promise, intrigue, and danger All three complete John Fell novels, Fell, Fell Back, and Fell Down are available for this first time in this single paperback omnibus edition.
The Books of Fell A fateful car accident with a mysterious stranger sends young John Fell on a startling path tangled with promise intrigue and danger All three complete John Fell novels Fell Fell Back and Fell Do

  • Title: The Books of Fell
  • Author: M.E. Kerr
  • ISBN: 9780064472630
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Books of Fell”

    1. This book involves many motifs that are generalized to fiction, but what I found most riveting was the way in which the author used these motifs in the different ways. The story was not 'trite', I actually had to read to understand what was going on. The third book was confusing, but by the end of the story it left you with a 'wow' of understanding. This is a very complex read, even for my age.

    2. The first two books in the trilogy are amazing the third gets very strange! No clue where she came up with it. Overall - this book is great and is a wonderful YA read - even for adults.

    3. This was a good book to read, and I did enjoy reading it, the plot is enjoyable, and yet there are several "weaknesses" with this book trilogy that really disappointed me. 1st- I guess I'll start at the very end, and with the part of these books that both disappointed me, and kind of made me angry. Throughout most of the books the main character, John Fell keeps going on and on about this girl that he loves, but who pretty much royally screwed him over, Delia. At the very end of the book he walk [...]

    4. I didn't realize when I picked this book up at a used book sale that it was intended for young adults. I enjoyed it anyway. The author does a great job creating creepy, compelling characters. The main weakness in the book (actually, a compendium of three short novels) is the dialogue, which sounds the same regardless of who's speaking - and not very realistic in most cases. I think teenagers would enjoy this tale of an impoverished young man, the offer he can't refuse, and the surprising consequ [...]

    5. I first read Fell way back in high school and loved it. I've matured some, so the books aren't quite as sophisticated as I once though, but they hold up. Great stories by M.E. Kerr. I wish there were more Fell stories. I feel like the idea of one was at the end of the third one. I wish there had been one.

    6. I have re-read this book every year for the past 8 years. It has been one of my favorite books from the age of 15 to 23. The way the author get's you involved in the characters lives is outstanding. It really feels like you are going through the events yourself.

    7. These books are among my favorites of all time. I still reread them. Too bad the awful cliffhanger she left us with won't ever be resolved.

    8. The only reason that I did not give this a higher rating is because the last book in it got a little weird for me. I've never been a big fan of vantriliquists so it was a little weird.

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