Book Review- Night School Genesis

This is one of those rare books that grabs me from the very first sentence and refuses to let go. In fact, I read it all in one day and was very upset when it was over. Then went out and bought book 2 in this 5 book series.

From the back of the book:

Allie Sheridan’s world is falling apart. Her brother’s run away from home. Her parents ignore her. And she’s just been arrested. Again.

This time her parents have had enough. They send Allie to Cimmeria Academy – far away from her London friends. The school is beautiful, and filled with gorgeous, ultra-wealthy teens who travel by private jet, and were raised by nannies.

Allie has never felt more of an outsider.

Instead of hating boarding school though, Allie begins to feel happy. She’s slowly making friends. And there’s Carter, a brooding loner with whom she feels an instant connection.

But when Allie is attacked late one night, the school suddenly begins to feel like a very dangerous place. Allie finds out that nothing at Cimmeria is what it seems.

And that she is not who she thought she was…

This book starts out right in the heart of the story. It makes you jump in with both feet. Even with this kind of start (which is my favorite start to a book), it does a great job developing the characters and giving background information when you need it. Allie (the main character) develops from a huge pain in the butt, to a young woman that you care about. She is not nearly as bad as she sounds at the beginning of the story, while she is not a perfect daughter, all of her actions are explained throughout the book.

With the book being close to 500 pages, it is certainly not something that you can read in an hour. But even at the length, it is a fast read that has you turning the pages as fast as you can. With the list price at only $3.99 (and book 1 being the most expensive), there is no reason not to give this a try.

Also, it has a great YouTube series that goes with it. Be sure to check that out here

If you would like to preview the book or see other reviews please just click on the cover of the book. It will take you to the Amazon page.

Have you read this series? What are your thoughts? What kinds of books do you enjoy reading?


Best Young Adult Book In A Long Time



*The author gifted me a copy of her amazing book
for this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own
as always*

This book has all the things that a great book should be. It has romance, lies, suspense, throw in a supernatural twist and you have an amazing plot.

Anna follows 17 year old Anna Stuart. She has all the same issues as any other high school senior: should she go off to college, should she stay home to help the family, does the boy she likes like her back. All very normal problems, for the very normal Anna. Or at least that is what she thought.

Then the hallucinations begin. At first just at night, similar to nightmares. Haunting her nights. When a strange shadow man begins to haunt her, she is ready to seek out the truth. She hunt the very hunter that is haunting her. All while trying to keep up a semi-normal life of a high school student.

I found the characters not only enjoyable to read and relatable. I found my self perplexed by Steve at different points in the book. I was irritated with Heather for most of the book to be honest, but I loved that about her. Both of them becoming some of my favorite characters in the book. I truly came to care about what happened with Anna and the shadow man.

To be completely honest, the first few chapters, I found it hard to get into. It was teenage-high-school-drama life, but once the “meat” of the story started to come together, I could not put it down. I ended up staying up all night just to finish it, then was disappointed that it was over. Sitting on pins and needles waiting for the next one to come out.

To see more information about this book you can check Meghan Riley’s website here: Please check out her blog, and you will be able to get the inside track on Anna and what is coming up next.