Court of Nightfall : Nightfall Chronicles

  • by Karpov Kinrade
  • Narrated by Emily Woo Zeller
  • Series: Nightfall Chronicles
  • 12 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

You think you know what is right and what is wrong? Then tell me if this man should die. He is my enemy. He is to be my end. He is the one I love. I have spent my life in shades of gray. I have died and returned to a world of color. I have fought an angel and lived. I have kissed the Prince of Ravens. I have faced the Lord of Night and made him kneel. I was accepted into the Four Orders, and I created the fifth. I freed the Shadow of Rome. I sat upon the Twilight Throne. The man asks for my surrender. He asks for peace. He is too late. The girl he knew is gone, and death is in her place. I am Nightfall, and this is my story. You think you know it? Think again.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Gave up 2/3 through

I ended up quitting the book... It just felt pieced together to me. It's like the author didn't have a great idea, so they took pieces of other stories and tried to make them fit together to make something new. It didn't work for me. I kept wondering when it would get better or be over, so I just stopped.

There's almost a batman feel to it - the beginning is set when the girl is 9 years old, then 13, then 18. Her parents are killed in front of her. She wants revenge, gets a secret identity, trains with new skills and joins a rebel group while still pretending to fit in with main society. Her grandfather tells her she's rich from inheritance and she has a secret base of operations. Her best friend/crush interacts with her normal and secret identities, but doesn't realize they are both her. She is young but tries to act like she is much older and has all the answers. Makes promises she can't keep. She is too presumptuous.

There are nephilim in the story. They are supposed to be children of angels and humans, but they nephilim can also turn humans into them, which doesn't make much sense to me. They have fangs and drink blood to survive. Vampires?
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- Sarah

loved it but

sometimes the voices changed who they were supposed to be and it didn't make sense. but it was overall good. it's another post apocalyptic novel.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-02-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio