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The Fall: The Seventh Tower Literary Qualities

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Jennifer Hubert calls The Fall "an epic fantasy not to be missed," but her opinion is not consistently shared. Reviewers either love or hate this series, and detractors cite the fast pace and lack of attention to detail in parts of the world-building as faults. The symbolism of the colors is never explained in one place or even completely in this first book. Readers have to piece together bits of information and details from all six books to gain a more complete understanding of this fantasy world and the motivations of the characters. While the novelty of The Seventh Tower as a "serial novel" is not to be overlooked, the fast-paced writing and editorial schedule for the series may have contributed in part to the inconsistencies. The title The Fall is appropriate in reflecting Tal's physical fall from the Red Tower, his fall from grace...

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