[Reading] ➼ Supernatural Academy (Supernatural Academy, #1) Author Jaymin Eve – Writerscompany.co.uk

Supernatural Academy (Supernatural Academy, #1) Disappointing The Curse of the Gods series was so much original This was a better written rehashing of the same tired cliches MC with special powers secret magical private school mean girls friends outside the popular crowd MC is goes so stupid with lust around the guy she can t think straight patheti I love that this in in the same world as the Supernatural Prison series I was unsure at first, but it is, which is really fun, because we saw Louis I liked the academy a lot, and that Maddi, the MC, had friends that were female, aside from the guys I do feel like I have less of a sense of each of them though, in part due to the time skips present I liked Maddi, and loved her hair pink is my favorite color so having her as the MC worked well for me It was cool Maddison James Is About To Discover Some Truths About The World.Firstly Supernaturals Exist WTF Secondly She Is One, Even Though No One Seems To Know Exactly What Kind Double WTF.Thirdly She S About To Go Back To School Well, Things Just Got A Little Interesting.The Supernatural Academy Is Where Shifters, Vampires, Magic Users, And Fey Are Educated Where They Are Taught About Their Abilities, And How To Function In The Human World Maddison Already Has The Human Part Down, But This Supernatural Thing Is An Entirely New Dangerous Game.Example One Mean Girls Who Can Actually Turn You Into A Frog.Example Two Asher Lock, A God At The Academy Not Literally Well, Who Knows For Sure He Certainly Acts The Part, As Do All Of His Minions Who Worship Him.Asher Drives Her Crazy, Because Apparently Snarly, Gorgeous, And Arrogant Is Her Thing, And Despite Their Mutual Dislike, Sparks Fly Between Them The They Re Thrown Together, The Asher Is Determined To Figure Out What S Been Blocking Her Abilities.Until The Moment The Truth Is Revealed, And They Find Out Nothing In This Supernatural World Is What They Thought. 3.5 Stars This book was hard for me because I loved the characters and I loved the plot and the storyline but I didn t love the execution The writing felt a tad choppy and disjointed at times and it didn t flow as organically as I would have liked There were a few parts that I skimmed just to get back to something engaging and captivating It just felt like something was slightly missing, like just barely out of reach Whatever that is would have catapulted this book to a greater level After reading the Supernatural Prison series book 1 Dragon Marked and the Curse of the Gods series book 1 Trickery and loving both, I was super excited to see this book come out I dropped everything and bought it when it released Maybe my expectations were too high I don t know It just wasn t everything that I hoped for That being said, this is a very promising lead in to the new series I thought the book was interesting and creative and as I mentioned before, I really, really love the characters main and secondary I will still recommend Supernatural Academy Year One to my urban fantasy loving friends and I look forward to book two andyear of the purpleAlso, for those who hate cliffhangers, this book Maddison is plucked off the streets and carted off to Europe to the Supernatural Academy Evidently, she s been putting off bursts of power of an unknown kind and they finally caught up to her Luckily, the school is pretty cool and beats living on the streets Maddison learns all about the supernatural races, including Atlanteans, represented by 5 hunky popular guys, but she is still unsure what type of supernatural she is Asher is the leader of the Atlanteans and Maddison feels an instant connection to him Could she be an Atlantean As she tries to unlock her power, she attracts the attention of an outside group and must rely on Asher and his friends to keep her safe All in all, I liked it I thought including Atlanteans in the supernatural races was a fun twist on the usual suspects witches, shap I really enjoyed reading this book, i didn t want it it end tho I liked the mc personality, she was fun, says what she s thinking at the moment, blunt and kind I liked the atlantea guys, especially Asher ofc i know it s not a RH but i wanted it to be I thought Kate woul 3,5 starsLike The character are not teens All of them are 21 The world is well built.It s not a RH and i liked the connection with the other guys non sexual Not so much The story is predictable.The h is the usual clueless girl, DNF, this starts with a cliche kid knapping as a plot device to get the heroine where she s supposed to go Then it gets even cliche with the heroine just getting over being kid knapped and accepting it all in under an hour.This is set i 2 2.5 Stars I think I m being generous with my rating because this book really got on my nerves However, I did manage to finish it in two days so the story interested me enough to give it a couple of stars It had so much potential to be a great book Atlantis storyline, academy setting, five hot supernatural guys even if it s not RH , mean girl subplot, and my favoritean all powerful, badass, special Mary Sue I know many readers hate these girls, but I read to escape and prefer fantasy over reality Unfortunately, it didn t deliver There just wasn t enough happening and it dragged A whole lot of talking, but not much action I would have loved about Maddison s academy training, of her mysterious connection with water, and definitely battles Instead, I got way too much unnecessary filler that didn t advance the story dances, shopping trips, every meal described DNF at 81%I just can t take the annoying cliche shit any It s really boring and stupid And why is there such a huge reverse harem vibe when this is clearly not a reverse harem It s fucking annoying I was gonna try to f


About the Author: Jaymin Eve

Jaymin Eve is the Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling author of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and sci fi novels filled with epic love stories, great adventures, and plenty of laughs She lives in Australia with her husband, two beautiful daughters, and a couple of crazy pets To date, she has sold close to two million ebooks, and still can t believe that she gets to create fantasy w


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