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Animage Academy: The Shifter School Down Under Year One Kindle Edition
★It’s Harry Potter Meets X-Men★
She thought her superpower was useless…
Ava was thrilled to get accepted into the elite academy in Australia. A school for the most powerful shifters worldwide.
But why did they let her in? She shifts into…
...a tabby cat.
She also learns one very important detail about her new school…
Animage Academy is ruled by cliques.
To say the least, Ava doesn’t belong in any of them, and if that wasn’t enough, her new roommate is awful. She’s starting to wonder how she even got accepted to the academy in the first place.
The shifter school is known for producing the best exotic predators—dragons, sharks, lions, tigers, and bears—oh my! As well as Australia's finest native shifters: pandas, koalas, kangaroos, wombats—who may look cute and cuddly but have deadly skills.
Though, it turns out, Ava isn’t the only new exchange student there who shifts into an embarrassing animal. There are bunny shifters everywhere, as well as llamas, sheep, a hummingbird, and even…
...a pug shifter.
Why the heck are they all there now?
But when she makes a couple of new friends—who have shifting problems of their own—things start to turn around, and she feels more and more at home.
As the year goes on, Ava must look inside herself for her true strength and power. It’s only then that a secret is revealed…
And it will change the way Ava sees herself forever.
Will she finally find her place in this elite shifter society?
Animage Academy Year One is a young adult academy urban fantasy novel for people who love a good dose of drama, unique characters, and coming to love yourself exactly as you are.
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- ASIN : B087J1DFHN
- Publisher : Wandering Words Media (March 23, 2021)
- Publication date : March 23, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 3100 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 366 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #170,670 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Not going to lie I had a lot of hope for this series. One of my favorite series of all time is the Pack of Misfits by Raven Kennedy, per the blurb this sounded similar. With lots of different animals all interacting together and attempting to get along. I was really excited to see how it all worked. While the actual plot of the two books are vastly different, I still love to see prey animals get their moment in the spotlight. This is not what this book is. This book is prey animals being bullied by predictor animals, the staff not doing anything about it because 'survival of the fittest' even though their very animal is weaker and meant to be eaten by the other animal? Also our main character is made fun of because of her animal - house cat or kitten as she is referred to by the students, she is even mocked and laughed at by some prey animals? I still don't understand why this is a bad thing. Nor is it ever explained in the books. She makes friends with another house pet - a pug, also she is not the smallest animal there - humming bird or canaries? Also the big reveal in book 2 defeats the purpose of them being smaller animals in the first place. Lastly the main character is such a ditz. I understand she is a teenager. That being said, she refuses to listen to her friends, reason, or anyone around her. She immediately turns her back on everything she knows for ???? No reason at all really, because someone said they were sorry? The entire 'love' story seems under developed and like an afterthought. It seems like the authors wanted their to be a love interest but didn't want to develop the love story or think on how 2 teenagers would fall in love so it happens very disjointedly.
Perhaps I am just not the target audience. I can understand that. I do read a far amount of YA Romance though and this was just yikes. It makes me sad because these authors had an amazing idea for a story and I just wish it could have been executed with stronger characters. Just because its YA does not mean it should be bad or with a weak FMC, if anything it should have a stronger FMC and should be written to inspire a life time of reading.
**Disclaimer did not finish past book 2
The only thing in here that felt a bit off was the main character's response when the chief mean girl suddenly changes up her behavior--in that section, the mc doesn't seem nearly as smart, loyal, or kind as she has been for the rest of the book--and the reason given for this sudden character shift feels completely inadequate to me.
Still, I really enjoyed this book and will likely read more in the series.
Top reviews from other countries
Interesting premise, okay world building and it includes a few quirky characters, but I won’t be picking up future books in this series.