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Killing November Killing November #1 It’s a school completely off the grid hidden by dense forest and surrounded by traps There’s no electricity no internet and an eye for an eye punishment system Classes include everything from Knife Throwing and Poisons to the Art of Deception and Historical Analysis And all of the students are children of the world’s most elite strategists—training to become assassins counselors spies and master impersonators Into this world walks November Adley who uickly discovers that friends are few in a school where personal revelations are discouraged and competition is everything When another student is murdered all eyes turn to November who must figure out exactly how she fits into the school’s bizarre strategy games before she is found guilty of the crimeor becomes the killer’s next victim Killing November was intense fast and fun I pretty much devoured this story because it is written in such a good style that the reader flies through the pagesThe story follows November who comes to new school where everyone hides their true identity and she doesn’t know who she can trustThis was a fast paced novel and it left me confused multiple times while reading November wasn’t the most likeable character but I liked some side characters very muchEven though I had much fun while I was reading this I don’t think that the story will stay with me long after I finished itThe seuel Hunting November comes out next year but I am not sure if I’ll read it This is gonna be one of the kick ass fast paced astonishing YA novels of the year with full of non stop action introduces us one of the brilliant badass heroine November Her name belongs to month of Scorpio sign and so there’s so much hidden potential and secrets inside this character and I think she’s going to discover herself and turn into her perfect version on the upcoming novels of the series which I cannot wait to read them It’s great to see a movie producer and actor can write so powerful entertaining captivating book I really recommend it to action mystery fans It reminds you of the combination of Syfy channel’s Deadly Class series and some darker Harry Potter books starting with book 4 when Cedric Diggory dies to book 7 without magic but full of violence I tried to read it slowly because I didn’t want it to end but in the meantime I couldn’t put it down But I had really great time when I was hooked by the story I have no patience for this book It’s all telling no showing I was warned but I like to SEE things for myself and I saw very little This secret society is way too secret for the reader’s wellbeing By that I mean I don’t know about you but it drives me crazy to keep reading while learning almost nothing Sure the History of the secret society is somewhat provided however I found everything to be so unbelievableAlready a secret society stretches your imagination though I’m sure there are a few breathing in this world But isn’t it rather stupid for members of a secret society to hate one another? I would have thought that when you’re linked to one another by an esoteric society no one else outside of it has any knowledge of or right to belong you would turn to the members of this ‘‘community’’ for support and companionshipBut this is a cutthroat kind of boarding school and everyone in it is so exceptionally pretentious I guess when you’re rich and possess abilities others don’t you can potentially feel superior to other human beings but these teens feel superior to one another and are constantly in competition against each other This does not peace make By the way this includes the heroine She’s annoying as well A bit humane than the other kids but still a pain in the ass It’s too bad this ended up being a DNF for me because I typically love boarding school stories and anything that comes close to kickass abilities But this book annoyed me too much UghBlog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’ Killing November by Adriana Mather is the first book of the young adult thriller series by the same name This opening book of the series certainly set up a creepy atmospheric setting dropping the main character into a boarding school in an old castle in the opening pagesNovember Adley had reluctantly agreed to go away to school for a few weeks when her father proposed the idea to keep her safe while dealing with some issues at home Waking up in the strange location with no memory after the plane leaves November uestioning what she had agreed toThe rules at the mysterious Academy Absconditi certainly raise a few uestions too as November is told about the eye for an eye system and told to keep her identity secret Things certainly don’t kook up any when November joins the other students and not only stumbles across a dead body but needs to dodge attempts on her own lifeWell Killing November by Adriana Mather certainly took an often used setting of a boarding school to a whole new level This secret school was the home to an even secretive society with whom family feuds had spanned decades and the kids here learn way than a normal curriculum A rather dark and eerie teen action thriller this one was hard to put downI received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalleyFor reviews please visit

  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • Killing November Killing November #1
  • Adriana Mather
  • 01 October 2014
  • 9780525579083

About the Author: Adriana Mather

Adriana Mather is the New York Times bestselling author of How to Hang a Witch with family roots that go back to Sleepy Hollow the Salem Witch Trials and the Titanic She's also an actor and producer best known for her role in the award winning Honeyglue She co owns Zombot Pictures a production company that makes feature films Her first acting scene in a film ever was with Danny Glover and

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