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It didn't end in a way I would have expected, which is apt (it'll make sense if you read it). I'm satisfied though. Very clever, great suspense and creepiness (especially the creepy photos: excellent foreboding and slow creep of sinister atmosphere). I'll definitely be reading more from Ian Fortey in the future.
I was given this advanced copy of this book and I'm willingly leaving this honest review. I really enjoyed this book and this Author he writes so well its as if you are part of the story and get a visual loved it.
This final book in the series was not what I thought it was going to be but it brought the story to probably the best ending. It ended up being much more heartfelt & philosophical than I expected, which was a very pleasant surprise. Very enjoyable, highly recommended.
This book takes a very satisfying turn in theme from the previous installments in the series, and wraps the entire series up thoughtfully and with a great feeling of the personal journey of Vincent and friends. It's a fun set, start to finish, and touches on the magic of the mundane in a real way.
I somehow had the idea that the previous book in this series (Book 5) was the last of the series. I failed to forsee the events that take place in Book 6. This one neatly wraps up the storyline and answers a lot of the questions I have had since the start. Ian Fortey is beyond a doubt one of the most imaginative authors I've read, and I've read a bunch. He built a world that is once fascinating and horrifying. I would recommend reading all of the books in this series in order and not allow too much time to lapse between them. It can be easy to lose track of the players and plotlines, especially with the earlier books. I grew to love this series. The characters are flawed but ultimately likeable. The conclusion is satisfying. All in all, A highly recommended series.
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2022
DARKNESS FALLS is Book 6 in the electrifying, out-of-this-world, JIGSAW OF SOULS Series from wildly imaginative author Ian Fortey, who has successfully built new worlds like never before, seamlessly cohesive and very believable. I've enjoyed all the Series, and I think possibly DARKNESS FALLS may be the best, as the riffs played on the themes of Chaos and Order and Balance delve far into the realms of Metaphysics and Philosophy in ways that most definitely boggle the inquiring mind. I plan to take some time to reread the entire Series in consecutive order, savoring it.
This is a fabulous series. There is so much that went on in this series - whole worlds that were created and were completely seamless. Characters you absolutely LOVE and HATE. I am more of a ghost kind of girl - but you can't do anything but admire an author like Ian. Enjoyed this series -
It was definitely my favourite one of the series! All the loose ends are brought together wonderfully! Ian has such an imagination and the gift of getting it on paper..He can really make you addicted to his series from book 1. Highly recommend but definitely from the beginning of the series.