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Vampire Academy meets X-Men in this completed new adult series! There’s only one rule in the world I come from. Keep our existence a secret. Period.

The day my sister broke that rule one too many times, I knew there would be consequences. I expected us to be sent to one of those schools for “troubled” kids - and maybe Daizlei Academy was, in a way. But really, it was far more complicated than that.

You see, I thought that world had forgotten me. Forgotten us. For years we were left alone, and one day...we weren’t.

It was only when I got there that I remembered the second rule: Trust no one.

Because in our world? They would kill me if they knew the truth of what I am.

Daizlei Academy is a school for Supernaturals.

And me? I’m so much more.

This is a New Adult Academy series with slow-burn romance and a strong, but flawed heroine. It is labeled new adult for stronger language and some mature situations. As the heroine ages and grows, so does the content of the stories.

This boxset contains:
 

  1. Heir of Shadows
  2. Scion of Midnight
  3. Queen of Lies
  4. Vessel of Destruction
    4. Vessel of Destruction
©2019 Kel Carpenter LLC (P)2021 Kel Carpenter LLC

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eeeekkkk

this is ducking amazing I devoured this in ebook and had a long drive to work so grabbed the audio and it's fabulosly done!!!

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Absolutely amazing complete box set

This was a very engrossing series. The family relationship, the magic, and Mystery. The characters show so much growth through the series and I love the development of the relationships as well. Once you start you are going to want to read till the end just so you know what happens. Academy, magic, a curse, fated mates

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10/10!

this book was such a surprising delight! i loved all the characters and the unexpected directions it took

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meh

it was a struggle to get through thus book. not many changes in voice and the story only got semi descent in the last book. and that's pushing it.

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  • 12-17-21

I just don't get it...

There weren't many reviews on the series unless you look under the ebooks, and even then I just don't understand the positives.

I muscled through the first book, but I couldn't finish it giving up with 23 hours to go. Here's why:

1) The plot in book 1 was vague, so vague I still don't understand what the problem is. the author gives you nothing and I only went on to book 2 in hopes more is given to the reader.
2) the fmc's trauma was touched on but vague. her ocd one track minded obsession to protect her sisters is reiterated over and over, but never explained as to why. her prickly nature is so overdone I could not like her no matter how many attempts side characters try to humanize her. I love a strong female lead who tries her best to overcome obstacles and portray growth that really pulls readers in, but it just did not happen.
3) why introduce so many secondaries when almost none of them holds any sway, adds to, subtracts from, or moves the plot along... the entire story is seen through the fmc, but the others play little to no part or influence her that they are literally just names or placeholders because the fmc has to interact with someoneotherwise the entire book would've been inner monologue only (not sure if it wasn't already with novel quotations here and there). Either way, it didn't matter who the side chatacter in the scene is, they are all interchangeable as the fmc has 1 setting... ignore, evade, no one matters.
4) the victim role in book 2 which was the focus made me eyeroll so hard I gave up and deleted the book. the new plot made the fmc so incredibly unlikable I wish the bad guys would win and take her down.

A big DNF. I often encourage readers/listeners to make up your own mind, but don't.. save yourself the credit and look elsewhere. I am a curious person and have gone to read a book, if it's in my KU, if I couldn't finish the audio just so I know how it ends, but this book turned me off so hard, I won't bother unless someone tells me the fmc gets taken down and everyone else has their hea and even then I would simply skip to the epilogue if told from everyone else's perspective after the fmc is gone because I don't care how she got eliminated, only that she did.