I tend to read book’s fast, but it’s not often one draws me in so much that I finish it in a single day. Uriel’s Fall was one such exception. It actually started out feeling like a nice bit of fluff, but developed more depth than I’d expected. Loralie Hall dose a nice job world-building, though the company Ubiquity that gives the series it’s title still feels a bit vague and undefined, and her characters have enough depth to make you care about them. She presents a rather different take on the concept of angels and demons – at least it’s one I’ve not fun into previously – which is nice. There is one rather explicit sex scene and profanity used, so it’s more appropriate for an older audience. A few things could be tightened up – some dialogues go a bit longer than really needed, but on the whole, it’s a good book and a nice fast-paced read. I’ve already picked up the companion novella and will be watching for the second novel in the series next year.