Series: Night School
Published by HarperCollins on 2013-05-21
Genres: magic, romance, thriller, young adult
Source: ARC from publisher
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Night School, the first book in a series of darkly romantic YA thrillers set in a British boarding school, is generating excitement around the world. When Allie Sheridan gets arrested—again—her parents have had enough. They send Allie to the Cimmeria Academy far away from her London friends. The school is beautiful, and filled with gorgeous, ultra-wealthy teens who travel by private jet, were raised by nannies, and only shop on 5th Avenue or Bond Street. As the school begins to seem like a very dangerous place, she must decide who she can trust if she’s going to find out what’s really going on.
I was very dissapointed with this book. Maybe because it sounded like it might be an awesome story, and I was expecting better than what it was. I mean it was okay, but I wouldn’t want to read it again. There were too many unnecessary details. Of course this is just my opinion. I also did not care too much for the main character.
It took me FOREVER to read this book because I couldn’t get into it. The story finally got pretty decent towards the end.
My rating for this book is going to be a 2. She gets a star just for writing the novel. That takes guts and dedication to do. The other star is for the potential this book could have had. I think this could have been written better though. Much better.