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Academy of Shifters: Werewolves 101 (Veiled World) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07NTTCPQM
- Publisher : Torment Publishing (30 April 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 4612 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 324 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 24,175 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Wow this book was amazingly written. Once I started I couldn’t put it down till I was finished. This book has twists and turns you don’t know what’s happening. will they all get there happily ever after or will it all go wrong. To find out what happens go buy the book. You won’t be disappointed I wasn’t.
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On her first day at Gladwell Academy, Remi falls foul of the Queen of Mean, Winter Davenport and clashes with Laith Brighton, an impossibly hot mountain lion shifter who’s also an irresistible jerk. As she tries to fit in at the Academy, Remi has to contend with bullying, the loss of her power to shift as well as an insidious assailant in the wings...
Werewolf 101 is the highly entertaining first instalment of the Academy of Shifter series. It was also my first introduction to the author and boy was I in for a treat. The book was compelling, fast paced with lots of mystery, twists and suspense which made it a truly engaging read.
While the plot is complex and intriguing, the strength of the book lies in the appealing three dimensional characters created by the author. Each character was well rounded, believable and unique. Remi was an appealing, snarky and relatable protagonist whom readers will instantly identify with. Although she’s somewhat of a loner due to her difficult upbringing in foster homes, we see some of the chinks in her armour dissipate as a results of the friendships she forges.
I loved the group dynamics, particularly between Remi and her ‘pack’ aka the ‘nerd herd’ which consisted of Xander and Kanze. Hickoree’s (like the tree with two ee’s) induction into the academy at the end was a welcome surprise as I took an immediate liking to her at the beginning of the book. Even Winter Davenport comes across a complex antagonist and I’m looking forward to reading more of her back story. Its Remi’s relationship with Professor Belhollow, Victoria and of course Laith, that made a lasting impression.
The author’s sense of humour truly brought the characters to life. There were so many laugh out loud moments that I struggled to contain my uncontrollable giggles next to a hubby who was desperately trying to get some sleep. Remi’s inner dialogue as well as some of her comeback retorts were hilarious.
A favourite scene of mine occurred at the beginning when Remi in her wolf form releases a mournful howl and is joined by the Gladwells and Belhollow, her pain becoming their pain, which I thought was a poignant moment that made a lump in my throat.
The book does end on a devastating cliffhanger and I look forward to learning more about the Tooth and Claw Society in the next instalment.
All in all this is a delightfully entertaining book that is sure to leave a smile on your face.
Well written, allowing you to immerse yourself in the environment, which often isn’t the case with the influx of books in this space in recent years. Really looking forward to the next instalment.