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The Academy: Book 2 #2020

The Academy Book Every six months fifteen year olds are kidnapped from their homes across the world These kidnappings happen in the span of a week as reliable as clockwork The victims don t know each other or t

  • Title: The Academy: Book 2
  • Author: Chad Leito
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Academy: Book 2 By Chad Leito, Every six months, 450 fifteen year olds are kidnapped from their homes across the world These kidnappings happen in the span of a week, as reliable as clockwork The victims don t know each other, or their kidnappers The fifteen year olds either end up with a missing persons file gathering dust in a filing cabinet, or they are assumed dead No one ever discovers what hEvery six months, 450 fifteen year olds are kidnapped from their homes across the world These kidnappings happen in the span of a week, as reliable as clockwork The victims don t know each other, or their kidnappers The fifteen year olds either end up with a missing persons file gathering dust in a filing cabinet, or they are assumed dead No one ever discovers what happens to them The families move on, forever missing their lost loved one Unknown to them, their child, grandchild, or sibling, has been taken to the Academy The Academy, as its members will boast, is the most secretive, powerful organization in the world The workings of the organization are revealed on a need to know basis, and the organization has decided that no one, other than its most trusted members, need to know its true business Outsiders don t even know it exists Occasionally, a hunter or hiker will stumble upon the Academy s remote location They are quickly taken care of When Asa Palmer, age fifteen, is out running in the woods behind his house, he is taken Twelve hours later, after being tied and bound, and transported through an underground train station, he finds himself amidst a series of beautifully crafted structures that rest in between a circle of five secluded mountains He has been chosen as a candidate for the Academy Each six months, the Academy kidnaps recruits than they can actually use For Asa Palmer to live he must undergo body altering mutations and compete with his cohorts in a series of dangerous and strategy ridden tasks to prove that he is worthy of the Academy s time This book follows Asa Palmer through his second semester in the Academy The work is 197,000 words long.

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    1. The Academy, Part 2 is a brilliantly written crime science fiction mystery novel that really had me on the edge of my seat as I read along The book picks up right where the first book in the series left off Without giving the story away, the Academy in the book is trying to build an army through kidnapped 15 year olds who have been subjected to a mutation process The main character, Asa, is being put through a very grueling testing process with the other kidnapped kids to see who is strong, and [...]

    2. If you are unfamiliar with this series, for the most part it follows the standard formula of special kid goes to a special school that seems to be quite popular these days The catch is that the people running the school are trying to kill the kid or get the other kids to kill him It s basically if The Hunger Games took place at Hogwarts.Sadly, this means it also falls into some of the tropes of the genre adults behave irrationally, the plot could have been resolved in 100 pages if the protagonis [...]

    3. AnotherGreat book I really want to see another one I can t wait to see what Adam does And how asa Life there without Teddy

    4. Great book I love this series so far and i cant wait to read the next book These books are a lot like hunger games Intense and interesting I highly recommended them They are amazing and really well done.

    5. An amazing readChad leito is an amazing writer he brings his characters to life it is like they are in the room with you personally I can t wait to get a hold on his next book

    6. Scary future for a group of teensThe story is good and sounds somewhat plausible, though I doubt we would enjoy living in the environment this story portrays 450 teens are kidnapped every six months to attend this Academy where they are molded into mutant fighters or die trying All the kidnapped teens are within 3 months before or after their 15th birthday They have 4 semesters of 6 months each to earn enough points to graduate Those who fail to earn 1, 000 points at the end of the two years are [...]

    7. first sentencesChapter 1 Asa s Dad s Friend s Friends It was morning time and Asa was walking through the forest to the side of his dwelling, thinking about his friend Something is wrong with Teddy, he said out loud, and the words made fog in the cold The sentence was something that he had suspected for the last two weeks, ever since they had finished the King Mountain Task Still, actually hearing it made him shudder The Academy had changed the boy who used to look so young with red cheeks and t [...]

    8. I am finding it really difficult to read this book Yes, the writing has marginally improved since the first one, however there is still continuous awkward grammatical uses, such as repetitive uses of the main character s name, even within the same paragraph, and needless repetition of information Also, the main character is really not at all that bright He makes observations about one of the characters named Stan who doesn t use proper grammar when speaking, but consistently forgets about his ow [...]

    9. I stuck with it through the poorly edited first book because the story idea had potential I made it through 65% of the second book by trying to ignore the content errors the editing was a bit better in this book due to a reader helping the author as per author s opening statement , but chapter 31 left me feeling so frustrated, I simply gave up The actions of the supposed brilliant teens were so unbelievably far from brilliant, I could no longer suspend my utter disbelief I m beyond disappointed [...]

    10. Great readI really liked this book The plot is really interesting and there is plenty of suspense and action The fantasy elements are different then your typical book in this sort of dystopian genre Sure there are some editing issues but it didn t deter me away from a good story Looking forward to the next one.

    11. I am loving the storyline of these books and where it is going however I find the writer does tend to repeat parts of the story over and over and I found myself skipping paragraphs and even pages when he was recapping past events for the 5th or 6th time.

    12. Amazing book I have overlooking forward to this book as soon as I finished the first I tore through the first two and will now wait for the release of any to follow, great writing and fantastic imagination.

    13. Good premise needs some work on writing fundamentalsGood premise needs some work on writing fundamentalsThe second book in this series definitely improved over the first installment However, the author still needs to find his rhythm.

    14. Very well done You can tell the author has grown since the 1st book Still lots of editing issues, but it doesn t detract too badly.

    15. Soooo Good This was such a good book I really like this series It is so unique I read this so fastI couldn t wait to see what was going to happen.

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