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Shadowspell Academy

Audiobook

"This book is Harry Potter meets the Hunger Games in a bold twist on a classic magical young adult adventure."

Jaymin Eve, Bestselling Author of Supernatural Academy

You Don't Choose The Academy. The Academy Chooses You.

Being accepted into an elite school of magic, monsters, and assassins was not my idea of higher education. But here I am, fighting my way through the Culling Trials to claim my right to be taught.

As if the gauntlet-type physical and mental tests aren't enough, people are going missing.

People that are my friends.

In a dangerous world where no one is as they seem, the golden rule is simple: Trust no one. They think we should just look out for ourselves. That we should leave the fallen behind and ask no questions.

They clearly think we're idiots. I got this far by trusting my instincts, and I'm not going to back down now.

Those kids won't be left to die.

Not on my watch.


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Publisher: Hazy Dawn Press Inc. Edition: Unabridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781094261645
  • File size: 159045 KB
  • Release date: January 27, 2020
  • Duration: 05:31:20

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781094261645
  • File size: 159063 KB
  • Release date: January 27, 2020
  • Duration: 05:34:20
  • Number of parts: 5

Formats

OverDrive Listen audiobook
MP3 audiobook

Languages

English

"This book is Harry Potter meets the Hunger Games in a bold twist on a classic magical young adult adventure."

Jaymin Eve, Bestselling Author of Supernatural Academy

You Don't Choose The Academy. The Academy Chooses You.

Being accepted into an elite school of magic, monsters, and assassins was not my idea of higher education. But here I am, fighting my way through the Culling Trials to claim my right to be taught.

As if the gauntlet-type physical and mental tests aren't enough, people are going missing.

People that are my friends.

In a dangerous world where no one is as they seem, the golden rule is simple: Trust no one. They think we should just look out for ourselves. That we should leave the fallen behind and ask no questions.

They clearly think we're idiots. I got this far by trusting my instincts, and I'm not going to back down now.

Those kids won't be left to die.

Not on my watch.


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