Fate of the Fallen

Fate of the Fallen Review

The Shroud of Prophecy tests fate to discover what happens when the path of good and right, the triumph of light over darkness, the only path to salvation… fails.

Everyone loves Mathias. So naturally, when he discovers it’s his destiny to save the world, he dives in head first, pulling his best friend Aaslo along for the ride.

Mathias is thrilled for the adventure! There’s nothing better than a road beneath his feet and adventure in the air. Aaslo, on the other hand, has never cared for the world beyond the borders of his sleepy village and would be much happier alone and in the woods. But, someone has to keep the Chosen One’s head on his shoulders and his feet on the ground.

It turns out saving the world isn’t as easy, or exciting, as it sounds in the stories. Mathias is more than willing to place his life on the line, but Aaslo would love nothing more than to forget about all the talk of arcane bloodlines and magical fae creatures. When the going gets rough, folks start to believe their only chance for survival is to surrender to the forces of evil, which isn’t how the stories go. At all. To make matters worse Aaslo is beginning to fear that he may have lost his mind…

Title:Fate of the Fallen
Edition Language:English

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    Fate of the Fallen Reviews

  • Adam

    Stop me if you’ve heard this before: a small-town boy from a remote village learns that he is the Chosen One, destined to fulfill The Prophecy and save the world from encroaching evil. Sound familia...

  • Nick T. Borrelli

    FATE OF THE FALLEN begins with a prophecy. A prophecy that states that a chosen one will come forth who will be the only person who can save the world from total destruction. There are thousands of th...

  • Toni

    Thorough worldbuilding, interesting characters and plenty of twists- great start of a new fantasy series....

  • Sarah

    I'm so excited to (FINALLY) be sharing this review. I read this book almost immediately after I received it in the mail back in July/August, and am dying to gush about it with someone. Kade takes a ve...

  • Book of the Month

    Why I love itby Liberty HardySaddle up and grab your swords because excitement and danger lurk around every corner in this wildly inventive new saga about good, evil, and (not) saving the day!Mathias ...

  • Holly (The Grimdragon)

    "Death was inevitable, but it was not the enemy. Comfort could be found in both its solitude and the embrace of the others who had fallen before him."Fate of the Fallen first came to my attention earl...

  • Nils | nilsreviewsit

    The Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade is the first instalment in The Shroud of Prophecy series. Initially, it was the cover of this book that completely grabbed my attention; it features an immensely stu...

  • Lukasz

    RTC. Worth the read but definitely far from perfect....

  • kartik narayanan

    Fate of the Fallen is an interesting take on the whole - village boy (person) saves the world. What if the chosen one dies before he or she does what they are 'fated' to do?I like Kel Kade's books eve...

  • Marta Cox

    Absolutely fabulous and such fun ! Ok that isn’t what anyone would expect me to say about a fantasy story but honestly this was a book I thought was full of surprises. Firstly it takes the idea of a...