Book 8 of the Demon Accords.
College. A time of transition from youth to young adulthood. New lessons, new responsibilities, new distractions. A period of life treasured by most. Unless you happen to attend an institute of higher learning where the bullies are werewolves, the teachers are sadists, and the pretty girls are all deadly. A school like that demands a special kind of student, someone with the skills and power to survive. Someone like Declan O'Carroll.
©2015 John Conroe (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
Currently a local truck driver who has hours to listen to my audio books. I am hooked, some of my fellow drivers enjoy them also
I liked the part where they played with the golems.
I have listened to the whole series and wish they had the last one available
I must hand it to Mr Cronin he does a truely professional job by bringing all the characters to life and I will look forward to more of his works
Many, both happy and sad the feelings of each lose and the joy of small victories made a very good book
Please don't stop writing these books, Well put together story lines and great performances from the reader.
Audible. ..yeahhhhhhh.....yeahhhhhh...Who Needs T.V.
This series is by far one of the best ive listened 2 a long time. exciting funny and expertly read
I like this book a lot.
I liked seeing several of the younger characters we have been meeting in the series all brought together in College Arcane. I liked several of the new characters, and Chris and Tanya do make more than just a token appearance in the book.
Having said that, the character of Caeco is demoted to a side character by the end of this book, she's quite distant the whole time, and there are at least two girls in this book that i, were I Declan, would have dumped her for in a heartbeat, Rhion being only the most obvious one. That's why I deducted a star. I could forgive everything else, but I liked Declan and Caeco so much in the previous book, and their chemistry all just falls apart here.
Declan's having a sister on his father's side is lampshaded, then introduced, then that plot goes nowhere. I'm hoping his father isn't quite at loathsome as we initially are led to believe, but we will have to see.
I believe the author is trying to set up conflicts for Declan in the future, but having read the next book already, I have to think that most of these dangling plot threads don't matter anymore.
I suppose we will have to keep reading to find out.
I don't normally write reviews, but I wanted to give props to a fun little series and a great narrator... Good humor woven in with evolving, likable characters. Thanks audible for making my commute bearable. Keep 'em coming Conroe and Cronin. Cheers
I have been a fan of the series but have put off reading this off shoot for a while as I like Chris but I'm really glad I took the plunge and glad I only have to wait until tomorrow for the next one :)
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