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This week's topic is a Back To school Freebie- anything book related pertaining to school. I went back and forth on this one and almost did Books I Skipped Class For In College- because I did do that. Quick story- I was so into a book once I couldn't stop reading to go to class- problem was I was reading in this hallway after the class the teacher walked right by me. I don't know if he saw me, but I was like wanting to be invisible at that moment.
Anyway I decided to go with Ten Books In A School Setting. Perhaps not the most original topic but here we go.
Love the school in this one- it's kinda creepy at first but then when you see what it's all about it's totally different. Plus secret passageways and sea caves.
Loved this one- very cool school on a remote island. And a nice scifi element too.
I'm pretty fond of this one as boarding school books go. It's got an X-Men vibe almost with teens and special powers, and an insidious evil that threatens them. And the school is very cool.
This is the 2nd Paladin Prophecy book, not as good as the first (and the third was really disappointing) but still a good read.
I'm not sure how crazy I am about the cover of this, but I watched the movie and thought it was somewhat fun.
I just like the title- Frostbite- and I guess this is Vampire academy #2.
I'm not sure if this is technically a "school" book but the protagonist is college aged I believe. I just don't know if the society is part of that setting or not, but I'll go with it.
I'd so love this to be a paranormal series but apparently it isn't. Nevertheless I'm intrigued by it and definitely want to read it.
This one looks tripped out and I do want to read it if I get a chance.
This was a good read and while not a boarding school book or anything, it was set in high school and the school did play a role.