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Mason and Logan Kade are two brothers who did their own thing. They were rich and expected to attend Samantha's school, Fallen Crest Academy. They chose public school, and now Samantha has to live with them. The problem is that she doesn't care at all - about them, about her friends, about her cheating boyfriend, or even about her parents' divorce. But maybe that's a good thing. Maybe change is a good thing.
©2013 Tijan Meyer (P)2014 Tantor
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By Slim on 04-04-17

Part 1

Spoilers. When Becky click her heels together, I started laughing. That part was hilarious because I could see through my eyes. Lol, Becky, has me dying laughing. I hope Sam continues to be her friend lol. Throughout the next books. This book has some funny parts in it more so, when Logan and Becky around lol. He Adam may as well gone and date Becky because everyone he ends up with always ends up banging Logan lol. Tsk, the kid can't catch a break. Omg, he said "bees must of bit my Ass cheek to see you here." her dad her real father Is hilarious, and Logan is funny man whereas Mason is so serious. I hope to read the book about him soon. But I do feel like Samantha, can and is RUDE as heck. Especially to her "FATHER'S" David and um Garrett. Like bih your mom is so rude and disrespectful to you. And your dad's want to be there, and you mean. Like all these children who wants their father in their lives. I know this book fake but man she annoying at times with that attitude. Logan, I love that boy, freaking hilarious omg. I'm dead. He like me speaks his mind and funny asl. Lordy, the things he said to his parents and Samantha parents Lord man funny omg. Dude, I'm done. The other part of the ending chapter 39 where her friends thinks Samantha is dating Logan and not Mason. Lmao, not only them but everyone else. Like um, no one assume it's Mason like what? This book was good can't wait until I read well start to listening to part 2 of this book. I been wanting to READ this book for awhile now and finally did. I want Logan to find some type of happiness.

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By N. Spross on 11-13-14

Mixed Emotions About This Book

Would you listen to Fallen Crest High again? Why?

No, I can't listen to it again. Although I was hooked right from the start, I couldn't figure out just why. The story rambled quite a bit. After the first half of the book, I wasn't really sure where it was going and what the point was. It was like the book was finished at the halfway point and then the author added page after page of pointless and over-the-top confrontations between various characters.
The way the teenagers treated the adults was appalling. The way the teenagers treated each other was appalling. The way Samantha interacted with the guy she ends up with made me cringe. For example, he would walk up to her, say a few words, PICK HER UP LIKE A CHILD, holding her with his hands under her bottom and her arms around his neck, and have a conversation with her. A serious non-sexual conversation. Then he'd have a conversation with someone else who happens to walk by, while still holding her this way. This happened more than once. UGGGHHH. I couldn't stand it. Keep in mind I'm an adult. Maybe teenagers wouldn't be bothered by the things that bothered me.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

The ending? Hahaha! Nothing happened. I can't even remember the ending because nothing got wrapped up. This is book 1 in a series though, so...

What does Saskia Maarleveld bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I think she did a decent job because her narrating didn't stand out while I listened. That's good. But, she's not my favorite. I've heard better.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It was addicting. It was nauseating. I can't decide if I liked it or not.

Any additional comments?

There are several books in this series. I haven't decided if I will listen to book 2 or not. Maybe the writing gets better? Maybe there's an actual plot? If so, I would definitely take a chance on the next book.

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By LilleyLoohLah on 09-17-15

Love this audio as much as the book, maybe more!

Would you listen to Fallen Crest High again? Why?

Definitely. Timeless story. Love YA.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Fallen Crest High?

All the parents, and Mason, Logan and Samantha meeting in the hotel room

What about Saskia Maarleveld’s performance did you like?

Loved the narration.

Any additional comments?

Oh my.....what a start to this series Loved this book from the get-go. I'm a huge fan of YA, and American high school drama is one of my favourites. This book provides it all. Following Samantha, Mason and Logan who are forced to live together through Sam's mum's marriage break up and her affair with the brothers' dad. Everything seems to be going badly wrong for Sam - boyfriends, friendships, parents, high school. As time goes by the only people that she can rely on are her two, soon to be stepbrothers, Mason and Logan. Love the story, it had me nearly in tears in places, and at a few points towards the end it was like a comedy scene, when the whole family got together, had me laughing to myself. So looking forward to hearing more from Sam and The Kade brothers.

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By Kat P on 12-03-14

Love this story!! Awesome book!!

Love this story!! Awesome book!!

Samantha (Sam) was happy or so she thought. She had her best friends Lydia and Jessica and her boyfriend of three years Jeff. She lived with her mum and dad and when to school at Fallen Crest Academy. Why do people lie and keep secrets? How could the people Sam love destroy her world?

Mason and Logan Kade are brothers who do their own thing. Their parents had money. Mason and Logan were expected to attend Fallen Crest Academy but Mason and Logan had other ideas. Fallen Crest Public was their chosen school. Mason and Logan always get what they want, no question asked. Until Sam and her mum move in!!

Will Sam get her family back? Will she survive her new life? Will she survive her new family? Could her year get and worse?

I would recommend this book and the Fallen Crest Series.

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By Yvonne on 05-23-16

not for me

Well narrated. Story lacked depth and very immature. Extremely bitchy. Definitely aimed at teens however sex scenes are not really appropriate for that age group.

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By Amazon Customer on 05-27-15

Great listen!

This story had everything i love! Bad boys an evil mother and love what more could you need.
Fantastic narrating. I really felt the ups and downs of the characters.
When Sam's whole world betrays her she could break but instead she finds unexpected support from the hottest trouble makers in town. Mason and Logan come to love and protect Sam. But is she ready for what there friendship brings with it.

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