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All’s fair in love and war. Let the games begin.
Nobody said senior year was going to be easy, but I wasn’t expecting pure hell, either. That’s right. HELL.
Demons attacking. Cheerleaders screaming. Vampires and werewolves asking where the bathroom is. Just another day here at St. Michael’s Guardian Training Academy. It wouldn’t be so bad if the administration would let me get back to my demon-slaying duties like every other angelblood on campus. But with my bondmate Jack promoted to head trainer, my annoying fiancé Luc trying to start a political uprising, and that pesky prophecy still floating around predicting I’m going to kill everyone I love…well, let’s just say “complicated” took on a whole new meaning.
But things are looking up.
If I can survive Luc’s deadly Sovereign Trials and keep my evil twin sister from starting a war, Jack and I might actually have a chance of saving the world. If not, at least I won’t have to worry about what to wear to prom.
"Cecily White's Angel Academy series is brilliantlly crafted, addictively snarky, and completely impossible to put down!" - Marni Bates, author of Awkward
Conspiracy Boy is the second book in the Angel Academy series by Cecily White. After thinking she had saved the world and beat the prophecy, Amelie Bennett has learned the worst thing you can possibly think is things just can't get any worse. Thinking things could get back to normal other than th... ...more
**IF YOU HAVEN'T READ CONSPIRACY GIRL THERE MAY BE SPOILERS**
When I saw Cecily White's Angel Academy series on Netgalley, it sounded awesome. It's been AGES since I've read a good paranormal YA series, absolutely ages, almost as if the genre has gone through its popular phase and no one really re... ...more
This is book two in the series and should be read in order.
In book one we met Amelie and Jack. We learned about Guardians and the powers they hold. We read how Ami and Jack's lives and love wove together. And we met Luc.
In book two we continue to follow Ami, Jack, and Luc, who is a vampire. Tog... ...more
Unfortunately I didn't read book 1. Oh I wish I had of done as I was lost in a few places. But the storyline was still good and there were plenty of emotion inducing scenes (even without the back story), I have to get book 1 and re read this book as I did like the characters and the love / hate r... ...more
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This was another fun installment in the Angel Academy series and is… the last? I’m not sure, since it seems way too soon to say goodbye to these characters, but this book certainly tied things up in a neat little bow.
Amelie is still... ...more
Conspiracy Boy starts off pretty much where Prophecy girl left off, Ami is still killing demons. Jackson is still running in to save the day, which makes sense they are dating and he is her bondmate. There are two difference- no bestie, and apparently she is Luc’s fledgling (Jackson’s vamp cousin... ...more
Conspiracy Boy Cecily White
Spoilers ahead, enter at your own risk!
Questions? I got a few!
Did Luc just die for real? Did that just happen? Am I meant to like Lisa now? Can there be another one after this? So seriously like no more vamps, witches and weres? Oh my!
"Death, lies and cocktails - the b... ...more
Conspiracy Boy is spellbinding! I am really glad that I already had this second book in the series after finishing book one Prophecy Girl, because I just had to know what was going to happen. If anything I think I may have enjoyed Conspiracy Boy even more so than the first book. It's got great h... ...more
*Originally reviewed on A Bibliophile's Reverie. Copy obtained from Netgalley*
A great young adult urban fantasy novel, Conspiracy Boy follows Amelie who is on her senior year of high school. And demons are attacking her school. Sounds exciting right? Well not really, especially on the things she... ...more
Love this book!!!!
Awesome book. Well written and a great read. I couldn't stop reading which is what you want in a book. Can't wait to read more from this author. ...more