Great Teen Series


About the Book:

Title: Evolved
Author: Aubrey Coletti
Publisher: Escape Artist Press
Genre: YA/Scifi/Thriller

The boarders of J. Alter High have fought their school, sabotaged their school, and attempted to destroy their school. Yet the powerful Academy and its enigmatic Headmistress have remained always one step ahead of them. Now they must decide whether or not to work with the school, to unlock the abilities that brought them there — a decision that could tear them all apart. But choose they must, before they are out of moves, out of options . . . and out of time.

About the Author

Aubrey Coletti is a twenty-three year old singer-songwriter, dancer, and author, who began her first novel while still in high school. Now graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, she has three published novels in The Academy Series, Altered, Shattered, and Evolved.

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My Thoughts

I LOVED this series. It was incredibly fast moving, engaging plot twists, and characters that are so well developed that you can’t help but care about them. They form an unbreakable bond, that develops naturally. What I liked the best, it kept my daughter fully engaged. She finished the books late at night and was actually mad when they were done.

A few words to the wise. There is quite a bit of language used. If you are wanting a clean book, this would not be it. But lets be honest, teens cuss. Also, there is quite a bit of physical abuse in the name of “behavior modification”. I was a bit taken aback for the graphic nature of it. However, throughout the series there is very little sex. This is the third book in the series, and you do need to read them in order.

Do you guys mind your teens/high school students reading books with lots of language and abuse? Or is it something that you stay away from? Personally I have more issues with sex scenes, what about you guys? What do you let your teens read?

**I did receive this book at no cost, in exchange for an honest review**


  • Markisha

    Thanks for the review. I’m going to check it out and see if it’s something my daughter may like to read. In regards to your question. I would do without the cussing if I could but it’s not necessary if it’s done with some tact. Sex scenes are a big no for me.

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