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Academy 7 by Anne Osterlund Book Reviews
I have trouble believing in this world. For one there’s really nothing in the synopsis or on the cover to suggest that this book is half science fiction, which it is. The writing leans a little towards the overwrought end of the spectrum.
We see X grade planets being ignored because they aren’t important enough, despite the slavery going on in them, and we hear of the brutality first hand from Aerin. When Aerin opened or closed her protective lid, I was wondering if it was a genetic modification or she had alien blood or whatever.
Is the cover misleading or what? A Branches Book Dragon Masters The debating class really worked for me, showing how Daine can dominate there. Not that I don’t enjoy those, too–but it’s very refreshing to find a book that’s straight-up SF. There is of course, some romance, but it is very subtle in the way that you know it’s there but it is soft and develops slowly and doesn’t really fully develop until the last chapter or so.
And I was ecstatic that this book lived up to my expectations.
I’m not sure what it lacked exactly, because when I try to nail it down, no one specific component felt lacking, but overall there was definitely something missing, keeping this book just short of perfection. View all 5 comments.
There is only one thing I hate about this book: This is the end of my review, I hope it was helpful and I hope that you will read Academy 7 and love it as much as I do! They’re not ya stereotypical teenagers. As a young woman who has fought for survival, is concealing her true identity, and is driven by strongly entrenched personal principles, she is an interesting and compelling character.
Finally, so much ane the action happens off screen, related in class lessons or simulations – and that’s all fine and good, I do wish that there was more going on in realtime with Aerin and Dane.
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There are excerpts for the prologue and chapter 1 on my website if anyone would like to read them before deciding to read the book. I adored this book. Log in now or Create an account. The story is intricate and rich without being confusing.
I really liked them together; they totally complemented each other. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. For category one, which regular fiction book would you like to read for September? I am looking forward to reading both of your books and seeing what other books you can recommend!
I loved Aureila, and look forward to reading Exile! Hi Stacey, Dane, Aerin, and I are thrilled you enjoyed their story! I would advice the osterlhnd to read Academy 7 without any other book lined up to distract them. Thanks for the friend invite. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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As Aerin and Dane grow closer, they begin to let down some of their walls. Aug 13, jesse rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dec 29, There was a good deal of suspense and some plot twists I didn’t see coming.
Are these high schools? I specifically liked the parts with the debate raging in the classroom.
All ultimately part of Silver Bush. Anne Osterlund is the author of Aurelia and Academy 7, and is also a sixth-grade public school teacher and drama coach. Dane is the son of a very powerful man. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long.