Betrayals

Adjusting to her new life at the Schola isn’t easy, especially when Dru knows that there are enemies inside the walls…

Again, what is up with this cover?! Argh. Still, again, good book. I was a little worried this book wouldn’t be as good as the first, but Lili St. Crow did not disappoint. There still wasn’t any romance, which I appreciated, but by the end of the story you know there’s going to be another unfortunate, traditional love triangle that is all-too common in young adult lit. Personally, if Dru doesn’t choose Graves, I will find a way to go into the book and kill her.

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