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Shadow Weaver (The Nightwatch Academy Book 2) Kindle Edition
They say, there’s no rest for the wicked. In that case I must be pure evil.
When Hyde said the cadets would be getting Fast Tracked, he wasn’t joking.
It’s hard staying on top of the shadow cadet duties, but I’m not one to shy from a challenge. However, just when I think I’ve got a hold on my abilities and found my niche at the Academy, the principal throws a curveball my way.
Suddenly I’m drowning in painful revelations and more tasks. The one person I want to run to turns his back on me, and comfort comes from an unexpected source.
But the equilibrium is short lived because the silence of the mist is about to be shattered, and when it does, no one is safe.
It’s our job to protect the Academy grounds, but when danger rides the sky, who in the hell is going to save us?
The Vampire Academy meets Game of Thrones in this kick-ass, supernatural academy, Urban Fantasy with a slow burn Why Choose Romance.
- ASIN : B07VK9WY19
- Publication date : October 10, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2591 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 240 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1694531538
- Best Sellers Rank: #143,490 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #6,978 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy (Kindle Store)
- #7,638 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy (Books)
- #18,444 in Nonfiction (Kindle Store)
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Small cliffhanger that totally has me up at 1 am starting book 3 because I’m shameless and addicted. So many questions! I need answers asap! Give the girl her dad back! Hasn’t she lost enough? Plain cruel!
I’m starting to piece together her harem, but being surrounded by so many men has me questioning when a guy is nice to her if that’ll be a love interest or not. It’s so addicting to watch these relationships grow naturally and not just be immediate. She’s growing and learning herself, so it makes sense not to be ready for some relationships yet.
The story is otherwise good. I enjoyed this series a lot. The romantic relationships seemed a little rushed but that is typical for reverse harem series. The action plot-line made sense and none of the characters made super idiotic decisions simply to further the narrative which I appreciated.
I will read this author again.
This was better than the last book for sure. The emotional impact hit me much greater than the previous book. I saw and felt the emotions between the characters, I felt what Justice felt. I really like her as a character. I love Brady and I dislike Hyde I don’t even think the reason for him staying away is that strong. Drives me nuts.
Fiona is going to be an issue.
I wonder what’s going to happen next.
Ughhh. So many emotions. I’m bawling over here after that ending. This book jerked me from one heart wrenching moment to another.
If Cassidy kills off Payne in this next book, I honestly will stop reading this series. Because that seems wholly interminable and cruel.
I’m surprised that Fiona was only teenage mean girl evil, she has the psychosis for the makings of a big bad. In the realm of antagonists; it’s difficult to pinpoint the main enemy. There’s the remote possibility that the council or leaders of their society has twisted history. All of these monsters that keep popping up happen to be ally made; either for the war, or by power hungry civilians.
I’m preemptively anointing Kash as a card carrying member of Indie’s growing harem. So far only really Brady is showing as a real front runner. But it seems obvious honestly.
Every book we learn a new side of Indigo. I wonder what Cassidy still has in store for us. I don’t see how she could possibly acquire or present with anymore abilities. She’s already special snowflake material.
- Well written.
- My issues from book 1 are solved here, turning the focus of the growth along with the underlying threat that surrounds the academy.
/ Definitely not your average academy read.
- Love The brewing romance (s)
- Well edited, no issues noted.
- Even though this is an RH (I think?) not every relationship has to be in that vein, and this one showcases true friendships well.
- Cliffhanger..... sigh.
- I get Hyde, but I want to smack him. Again.
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Indigo is getting closer to Brady. She still feels torn between Brady and Hyde though and it’s making things so much harder for her emotionally.
It has also been discovered that Indigo is able to Weave, so she must take classes. Her ability to Shadow Phase is actually a very rare Weave ability, which is what clued everyone in to her skill set. Because she can Weave, Indigo must take classes to ensure she her magical ability is stable. During this she finds more friends and of course makes an enemy. It’s interesting learning a bit more about Weavers and how their magic works, because it’s mentioned so much in the first book.
Indigo’s Year One Troop is all set to be fast tracked towards graduating to becoming and fully fledged Shadow Knight. On top of that she has to take the classes. There isn’t much down time for Indigo, but whilst she works with her Troop and some of the Year Two Troop that they have mentoring them, they all become closer and more like a proper team, or even family.
This subtle movement from acquaintances to team mates to friends is done very deftly and naturally. There is no need for jarring ‘moments’ to move things along, they just have to rely on each other, day after day.
The story of the Academy’s role in protecting the human realm from the Fomorians is gripping and learning, bit by bit, about the conflict is intriguing, to say the least. I can’t wait to read what happens next!
I am glad I did.