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The Fifth Installment In Seanan McGuire S Award Winning, Bestselling Wayward Children Series, Come Tumbling Down Picks Up The Threads Left Dangling By Every Heart A Doorway And Down Among The Sticks And BonesWhen Jack Left Eleanor West S School For Wayward Children She Was Carrying The Body Of Her Deliciously Deranged Sister Whom She Had Recently Murdered In A Fit Of Righteous Justice Back To Their Home On The MoorsBut Death In Their Adopted World Isn T Always As Permanent As It Is Here, And When Jack Is Herself Carried Back Into The School, It Becomes Clear That Something Has Happened To Her Something Terrible Something Of Which Only The Maddest Of Scientists Could Conceive Something Only Her Friends Are Equipped To Help Her OvercomeEleanor West S No Quests Rule Is About To Be BrokenAgain

10 thoughts on “Come Tumbling Down (Wayward Children, #5)

  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    ARC provided by Tor in exchange for an honest review.1 Every Heart a Doorway 2 Down Among the Sticks and Bones 3 Beneath the Sugar Sky 4 In an Absent Dream Blog Twitter Tumblr Instagram Youtube Twitch

  2. Warda Warda says:

    Can this series never end Please and thank you.

  3. ♠ TABI ♠ ♠ TABI ♠ says:

    The pattern has stayed and this is a direct sequel to

  4. Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ says:

    I HAVE THE ARC does happy dance throws confetti in air Update And I read the whole thing in one evening noregrets 4 stars Jack and Jill are back, in a sequel to where we left them at the end of Every Heart a Doorway Let s just say that Jill is not in the least repentant of her murderous ways, and now she has her adoptive vampire father helping her out What she s now done to Jack is beyond the pale not only does it ruin Jack s life, it may lead to dozens of deaths in the Moors, their portal world.Luckily Jack is a mad scientist More luckily, she s come back to the Wayward Children s home for help and she gets it Did Eleanor say no quests Oh well Review to come

  5. Marisa Marisa says:

    Son of a 2020

  6. Celeste Celeste says:

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher Tor.com in exchange for an honest review.Seanan McGuire s Wayward Children novellas have quickly become one of my yearly highlights I love having them to look forward to I ve been eagerly anticipating Come Tumbling Down since I read the final page of In An Absent Dream this past January While I didn t adore it as much as I have some of the previous installments, Come Tumbling Down is a fast paced return adventure spanning two of McGuire s worlds that I ve come to love in recent years It was an action packed read that had me flying through its pages in one sitting the fact that I ve been damaged doesn t make me broken I strongly suggest rereading not only Every Heart A Doorway and Down Among the Sticks and Bones before picking up this book, but Beneath the Sugar Sky as well, as characters introduced in that book are key characters in Come Tumbling Down Due to the fact that so much of this ensemble is comprised of returning characters, some of whom have departed the worlds of the living only to return again, I don t really feel like I can discuss characters without inadvertently spoiling preceding volumes of the series So instead, I ll talk about the worlds A tool is only a weapon when it s held by people who want to use it the wrong way We venture to two main locales here our world, via Eleanor West s School for Wayward Children, which has been the hub shared by all of the stories and the Moors, the land found by Jack and Jill in the novella dedicated to their adventure, Down Among the Sticks and Bones We get to see of this brutally beautiful world that is populated by monsters Those monsters include those who find their doors in our world and stumble into the Moors, and find themselves finally at home While Down Among the Sticks and Bones focused mainly on the land grudgingly shared between the vampiric Master and the mad scientist Dr Bleak, we get to explore of the Moors in Come Tumbling Down We are shown the realm of the Drowned Gods, and spend some time in the village populated by their worshippers, as well as meeting the priests and acolytes who live lives consumed by the task of worshiping their cruel deities We also hear a bit about the realms of goblins and werewolves and others on the Moors The world doesn t stop spinning because you re sad, and that s good if it did, people would go around breaking hearts like they were sheets of maple sugar, just to keep the world exactly where it is We can be sad and we can be hurt and we can even be killed, but the world keeps turning, and the things we re supposed to do keep needing to be done What I found the most fascinating was a breakdown of how each monster is balanced by another in their realm For instance, every vampiric Master or Mistress is balanced in power by a resident Mad Scientist, and if that balance is broken then the entirety of the Moors is in danger of consuming itself The thought of maintaining balance being such a crucial piece of the puzzle that is this realm of monsters is kind of baffling Seriously, can you imagine creatures who inspired the horror stories of our world, Dracula and Victor Frankenstein and the Wolfman and Chulthu, all carefully keeping a series of checks and balances so they don t overextend their malice and wreck their home The Moon keeps all of them under her watchful, imposing eye, and ensures that none rise above their place without being pulled back down We also learn what makes a monster, and what makes a hero, and how closely the two can resemble one another to someone on the other side of things Sometimes, after all, that s what must be said to make a hero the willingness to keep running even after it becomes clear that the entire exercise is doomed to failure Sometimes heroism is pressing on when the ending is already preordained Come Tumbling Down, like Beneath the Sugar Sky, is of an adventure narrative than the other three novellas published thus far in the series While there is character development and loads of depth regarding identity and struggles with conditions that are often written off by those who don t suffer from them, these tales of adventure don t have as much room for beautiful, nearly poetic prose as their slower paced counterparts The writing is still absolutely lovely and often profound, but it didn t resonate quite as strongly with me as Every Heart A Doorway, Down Among the Sticks and Bones, and In An Absent Dream That s an incredibly subjective opinion, I know, but it s what s true for me No one should have to sit and suffer and pretend to be someone they re not because it s easier, or because no one wants to help them fix it As always, the idea of doors leading misfit children to realms that are their true homes, despite not being the world of their birth, is endlessly enchanting Coming to understand why beautiful blond twin girls could call a world populated by monsters home, because they themselves are monstrous on the inside, is merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to insights gained into their children throughout the course of the series McGuire has also excelled in not only ensuring representation for those who feel like they don t fit in, but in presenting an incredibly varied cast who demonstrate a plethora of both identities and conditions without allowing those things to be all that defines them Finding yourself and your place are the most important quests any person can undertake, and that is shown on such a large scale in the Wayward Children novellas The series is beautifully done, and I will be eagerly awaiting the sixth installment All quotations were taken from an uncorrected proof and are subject to change upon publication. You can find this review and at Novel Notions

  7. Rachael Marie Rachael Marie says:

    RTCTHIS SERIES JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER BETTER CW for Body Dysmorphia, OCD, blood gore.Watch my Wrap up Review here

  8. Boston Boston says:

    Thank you to the publisher who sent me an arc in exchange for an honest review Honestly I m a little sad that I didn t enjoy this as much as the other books I think my preference leans toward discovering all the new worlds rather than returning to old ones with the focus on the plot rather than the beautiful descriptions tldr if you liked beneath the sugar sky you ll really like this one Overall, I still really enjoyed this book and will happily be adding it to my collection come January.

  9. Lisa (Rover Reads) Lisa (Rover Reads) says:

    pterodactyl screech PLEASE tell me this is the sequel to Jack and Jill s story I beg you, Seanan McGuire, goddess of toads and stories, I need to know what happens after Their story isn t finished yet, right 29 4 WE HAVE A COVER AND A SYNOPSIS THIS IS NOT A DRILL THIS IS ANOTHER MF ING JACKJILL STORY Yesssssssssssssssss The fifth installment in Seanan McGuire s award winning, bestselling Wayward Children series, Come Tumbling Down picks up the threads left dangling by Every Heart a Doorway and Down Among the Sticks and BonesWhen Jack left Eleanor West s School for Wayward Children she was carrying the body of her deliciously deranged sister whom she had recently murdered in a fit of righteous justice back to their home on the Moors.But death in their adopted world isn t always as permanent as it is here, and when Jack is herself carried back into the school, it becomes clear that something has happened to her Something terrible Something of which only the maddest of scientists could conceive Something only her friends are equipped to help her overcome.Eleanor West s No Quests rule is about to be broken.Again Sooooo What did Jack turn herself into Cuz I m betting that that s what this is Her teacher would never do her wrong, and her sis and vamp daddy, though deranged, don t have the skills It s something to overcome Werewolf Jack Any other guesses anybody Also, something something lightning on the cover probably gonna reanimate Jill and it appears to be the Moors, but there is no giant looming red moon Which is probably a Bad Thing as well.

  10. The Artisan Geek The Artisan Geek says:

    VIDEO REVIEW 11 12 19My review is now up on my channel D21 11 19I enjoyed it This was definitely a great continuation of Jack and Jill s story My full review is to come 17 11 19Okay, so here s the deal I have loved every single book and story I ve read from Seanan McGuire, which says a lot Am I happy read the continuation of Jack and Jill s story I would say that d be an understatement HERE WE GO.You can find me onYoutube Instagram Twitter Tumblr Website