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Publisher's Summary

It all falls apart....

Cimmeria Academy's solid walls have protected the children of the British elite for centuries. But now those walls are beginning to crumble. And if they fall, Allie Sheridan knows nothing can save her.

A powerful and dangerous secret society - one that controls not just the school but the government, the media, and corporations - is turning on itself. Allie's grandmother still clings to power but everyone knows her time at the top is ending. Next in line is Nathaniel, who killed Allie's friends. If he takes over, all is lost.

Panicked and angry, she pushes everyone away. She wants revenge. She wants justice. But some battles can't be won alone. Allie must learn who to trust. Or lose everything.

Fracture is the thrilling third book in the international best-selling Night School series.

©2015 Christi Daugherty (P)2018 Christi Daugherty

Critic Reviews

"If you've been waiting for answers about Night School and the organization, rest assured, answers you shall get. There were clues before and I had my suspicions, but in Fracture, the purpose of Night School becomes abundantly clear - and scarier than ever." - The Nocturnal Library

"Warning: Very addictive and you will put reading this book over everything else." -

"Fracture was a wonderful blend of mystery, action, romance and friendship. I'm dying to return to these characters and story, the fabulously creepy boarding school and to see where this series will go next." - Fluttering Butterflies Blog

"This thrilling story of intrigue is like St Trinian's tinged with a murderous streak." - Closer

"Daugherty's storytelling brims with gusto. Another enjoyable, thrill-packed term." - The Financial Times

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