“Fresh – That’s my first thought. Falling a fresh take on the paranormal/genetic engineering world, with a refreshing voice. Maya is imperfect, sarcastic and believable; and her plight is heart-poundingly realistic. Tarren and Gabe also fall into this category and can barely be called secondary characters, because their voices and personalities are strong and defined… As far as debut novels go, J Bennett has hit the ground running and I can’t wait to watch her pick up speed and take off!” Reading Lark
“Quirky, and fun with a dash of heart-wrenching family drama…Overall, Falling is a good debut to a series filled with fun and interesting characters who I look forward to learning more about in future Girl With Broken Wings novels.” Black Sun Reviews
“This book is very well written and a little bit different from the most paranormal that I have read lately. I thought this book was good and I did get sucked into the story at around the middle of the book and completely lost track of time.” Geeky Girl Reviews
“…[T]he world building is creative and brings a unique twist to the paranormal world. Vampires that aren’t really vampires and angels that aren’t really angels give this story an intriguing paranormal element. The story itself was well developed and the plot was structured well. The three main characters, Maya, Tarren, and Gabe have a very interesting dynamic going on. They each have their own issues and beliefs and they are constantly clashing with each other. By the end of the story, I liked the characters more and I was curious about what would come next for Maya, Tarren, and Gabe…Falling – Girl with Broken Wings is an inventive and intriguing story… ” Book Savvy Babe
“I loved how fast-paced it was and really exciting as well, so I got through it pretty quickly.” At Home Between The Pages
Note from J Bennett: My thanks to book bloggers everywhere for all the hard work you do on behalf of authors. The book bloggers I’ve met are passionate, energetic, and very supportive individuals who are – for some reason – willing to give copious amounts of their time to people they’ve never met before. You’re all awesome and make the world of books a better place.