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  • "Fear University...reminded me of my old school love of the paranormal when I used to hide under my blankets and read by flashlight." - Books Books Books Blog"
  • "What a spell binding read this book was. I'm still trying to put the pieces together and it's been hours since I finished the story, that's how engaging it was to read." - Winchester Book Reviews
  • "This book, let me tell you. I was not expecting any of what Fear University brought to the table. It was like a multi-cultural buffet...The suspense had me on the edge of my seat! I'll be impatiently waiting for the next book in the Fear University series..." - Give Me Books
  • "Fear University was riveting, disturbing and frightening...At the same time hot, fun, daring and spunky." - Four Chicks Flipping Pages
  • "I have finally read the most realistic, if not the most comprehensive,novel about aswangs, written by a non-Filipino. And I am impressed with Meg Collett's writing prowess because she was able to inject fear through this petrifying and blood-curling mythical creature." - The Coffeeholic Bookworm

About the Author

Meg Collett lives deep in the hills of Tennessee where thecell phone service is a blessing and the Internetis a myth of epic proportions. She and her husband live in a tiny house with threedogs and not enough couches.

Suggested reading order from the author: If you enjoy steamier, urban fantasy novels, check out her Fear University series. For cleaner (PG-13) paranormal reading, try the End of Days trilogy and its spin-off serial books, Days of New. Contemporary romance readers will enjoy Fakers, the first novel in the Canaan Island series.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1400 KB
  • Print Length: 343 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Meg Collett; 1 edition (November 9, 2015)
  • Publication Date: November 9, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B017CK0K28
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Forget werewolves and vampires in this world it's all about the 'swangs. Wondering what they are? So is Ollie because it appears she just killed one! And then there's the guys who won't tell her anything, but make decisions for her like she'll just go along with them. Wrong on so many levels, but sometimes you can't fight physically, soon after Ollie finds out the truth but begins to realize there are many different versions of it. Who can she trust and can she handle finding out the ultimate truth. About herself?

From a young age Ollie was sent from one foster home to another because people were either too freaked out by her condition or they liked testing her a bit too much. Not being able to feel pain might sound cool but she would give anything to just be normal and have a family that actually wants her.

When she finds herself at Fear University she may have finally found it, but if it looks too good to be true.... Well then she just needs to figure out what is going on before it gets her killed, or worse.

Ollie might have a smart mouth, but she chooses what she says carefully and listens even more. She hears and sees things most would overlook making her smart and definitely my kind of character. She is no damsel in distress, but will use whatever she can to save herself.

This is book one in a new series I'll definitely be following. The world was created so well you feel like you're right there with the characters, living Ollie's life alongside her. Great paranormal read with an interesting monster twist!
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This book was phenomenal! The concept is so fresh that is grips you right from chapter 1. The writing is tight and the story is heart pounding.
Ollie is someone I loved from the start, and found myself loving her more with each chapter. She is tough and damaged, but so damn loyal and loving. She is written to appeal to almost everyone. You either relate to her, or wish you had some of her toughness.
The idea behind the story line was a nice break from the typical Urban Fantasy book. The 'Swangs are bad-ass, and I can't wait to hear more about them in upcoming books. This is one of the best books I've had the pleasure of reading. It's got something for everyone, a tough female lead, hot dudes, best friends, death, and destruction!
This book needs to be on your list to read. Meg Collett doesn't disappoint!
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Fear University is frickin awesome. I love Ollie and her spunky attitude. Ollie has had a terrible life and when things begin to look up for her, she is knocked back down....but she never gives up. Luke is just a whole lot of hotness and I fell in love with him fairly early in the book. Between Luke and Ollie, there is never a dull moment at Fear University. I have read all of Meg's books and have to say that each book just keeps getting better and better. The way Meg is able to explain and express the characters is simply amazing. Fear University has just been made my newest favorite series and I can't wait to get book 2!
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I received an ARC of this book in exchange for a honest review.

Ollie is a girl who suffers from a condition were she cannot feel pain,
And after a few years of abuse from different foster families and some shocking events she decides to run away to Kodiak, Alaska and attempt to hide out. But she is discovered and taken to Fear University so she can use her abilities to the fullest.

Ollie has to conquer her fears from her past and along the way she finds strength not only physically but mentally as she trains with Luke and attends classes to become a hunter in the war between humans and 'swangs. As I was reading this book I was so completely sucked in and enjoying the story the rest of the world melted away. It reminds me of the first time I read Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead only it seems like Fear University is grittier and harsher than Vampire Academy. I would definitely recommend it for older readers not like 10 year olds. But me being a 30 year old with a penchant for paranormal young adult/new adult? I absolutely loved it! I thought it was fresh (dealing with creatures I haven't read about 100 times) exciting (there are a lot of action scenes that get pretty intense) and it was very psychological dealing with how fear affects us and how we can almost reroute the impulse and not let our fear conquer us. I did not follow this author before i read this book so I don't know if this is planned out to be a whole series, I would love it if it was! I have been looking high and low to find a new series to get
swept away in and this book is a perfect way to catch my attention. I will definitely be reading Meg's next
book!
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I was not given this book for an honest review, I won it fair and square!! LOL.

This book is AMAZING!! It deals with the myths of aswangs, huge black dog type animals with glowing eyes, long razor sharp canine teeth with long ropes of saliva coming off them. Doesn't that sound pretty?? No?? Well good, because they're not. Oh, and they feed off your fears. In order to kill them, you must be stronger than them, faster than them, more cunning than they are... AND not fear them.

Then there's Ollie. A young woman, an orphan, had Congenital analgesia, (a condition that affects the pain sensors of the brain). She was thrown from foster home to foster home, with almost every one of them testing her "pain threshold". Nice huh?? Nope, definitely not.

She's found in Kodiak, Alaska by two guys in some sort of uniforms with all kinds of "gear" on them. They are Hatter and Luke. They begrudgingly introduce the young woman, Ollie to FEAR UNIVERSITY.

This book is intense!!!! There's really no other way to describe it. From beginning to end. It's unputdownable. Although, you may have to, just to catch your breath, if nothing else. I LOVED Fear University, and can't wait to see what comes next!!!
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