➿ Shadowspell Academy: The Culling Trials Author K.F. Breene – Sunkgirls.info

<Reading> ➿ Shadowspell Academy: The Culling Trials Author K.F. Breene – Sunkgirls.info You Don T Choose The Academy The Academy Chooses You I Had No Idea How Those Words Would Change My Life Or How They D Changed My Life Already Until The Day The Most Dangerous Man I Ve Ever Met Waltzed Onto My Farm And Left Us A Death Sentence In An Invitation My Younger Brother Has Been Chosen For The Prestigious, Secret Magical School Hidden Within The Folds Of Our Mundane World A Place So Dangerous, They Don T Guarantee You Ll Make It Out Alive If He Doesn T Go Our Entire Family Will Be Killed It S The Same Invitation My Older Brother Received Three Years Ago The Same Place He Mysteriously Died The Academy Has Already Killed One Sibling I Ll Be Damned If They Take Another I Do The Only Thing An Older Sister Can Chop Off My Hair, Strap On Two Bras To Flatten The Girls, And Take My Brother S Place Magic And Monsters Are Real Assassins Are Coming For Me, And The Dead Are Prone To Rise What S A Girl Faking It As A Boy Supposed To Do That S Right Beat The Academy At Its Own Game Or Die Trying Shadowspell Academy Book 1 And Shadowspell Academy Book 2 End With A Cliffhanger.


10 thoughts on “Shadowspell Academy: The Culling Trials

  1. Gaby★Me Myshelf and I★ Gaby★Me Myshelf and I★ says:

    Mix Maze Runner with Mulan and you get this Kinda It s like Hunger Games Academy with Magic and MythicsSo in other words Wild is a not so average farm girl looking after her family after her brother and mother have died leaving her with a crippled father and 2 younger siblings to look after Alon


  2. Debbie Turk Debbie Turk says:

    So Much Adventure But With A Tsunami Of Tension Fear 4.5 Stars This is a YA series opener but I can, hand on heart, state that this could be read by a Grandmother I am one I did and they ll be as swept away as any teen I believe any age group is going to love it This tale is based on a family from Texas Originally


  3. Alaina Alaina says:

    Okay, why don t I have the next book right now Shadowspell Academy was surprisingly really good I definitely flew through this book. it just took me a long ass time to finally write the review I don t know why. but I have been in a Mulan phase Well, wait. a Mulan retelling phase I feel like every book I ve read


  4. Naadira Moodley (BookedMercy) Naadira Moodley (BookedMercy) says:

    The Culling Trial is one of the best books I have had the pleasure of reading It was everything and I usually shy away from fantasy books that don t have romance in them but everything in this book was perfect Everything fell into place and worked beautifully.Wild is the female protagonist in this book An invitation recent


  5. Al *the semi serial series skipper* Al *the semi serial series skipper* says:

    I liked it Not a lot of information back story was given yet it made for an interesting read I hope the next books gives us details.


  6. Bec Bec says:

    I m in the minority but I just can not get into this book I think the biggest problem is the parent withholding vital information troupe that the plot depends on in the beginning Then you go immediately into a survival situation but reasons I m going to stop at halfway and move on to something else.


  7. Sarah Sarah says:

    The Culling Trials is the first book in the new Shadowspell Academy series by Shannon Mayer and K.F Breene and it s kind of a cross between Harry Potter and Maze Runner with a hint of Mulan thrown in for good measure We re introduced to main character eighteen year old Wild who has been helping to look after her family since her mother wa


  8. Elisa Hordon Elisa Hordon says:

    I think I preferred Harry Potters acceptance letter from Hogwarts than Billy s letterlol I m remembering how awesome a mash up between Harry Potter and the hunger games would be, Shadowspell Academy hits every mark and so much .A strange man with stupid sideburns, mysterious threatening letters, magic, and mystery surround the academy but can


  9. Lien Lien says:

    3.5 StarsA great and solid start to a new series, with a few minor issues I was hoping for a little romance but that s just my personal preference According to K.F Breene, that will change in the upcoming books and I m looking forward to it Wild was too composed and casual for an 18 year old who discovered magic for the first time She also never re


  10. Mellea Mellea says:

    4.25 Stars What a fun book I agree with other reviewers here it reminded me of many other great books combined, and that s a good thing I haven t actually read the Harry Potter series yet, but I saw the first two movies My initial thought when meeting these characters was Wild Billy Harry, Pete Ron, Wally Hermione, Ethan Mal...


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