Additional: Read as part of #NightSchoolReadingFest
Synopsis: Devastated by the loss of her friend and under constant threat from an unknown spy at Cimmeria Academy, Allie Sheridan is finding it hard to cope.
In Fracture, the third book in the Night School series, she’s not the only one losing it – everything is falling apart. And when Nathaniel begins to reveal his game plan, Isabelle starts to lose control.
As the school slides into a deadly morass of paranoia and suspicion, everyone is guilty until proved innocent. Anyone can be held without proof, and convicted without a trial. No one is safe.
This time Nathaniel doesn’t need to hurt them. This time they’re hurting themselves.
200words (or less) review: I’m not sure what is says about me but I love it when authors destroy their character and have to put them back together again. This is what C.J. Daugherty is tasked with in Fracture.
Allie is broken, physically she is beginning to heal but Nathaniel’s plan is working. Someone on the inside is working with him and no one seems any of the wiser. Nothing can bring her friend back but the option of revenge is enough to temp Allie to return to Night School, meanwhile Nathaniel steps up his campaign.
One of the things that began to niggle in the previous books turned into full blown rage during parts of Fracture. At times the adults are not only useless but so hypercritical I just wanted to shake something, ideally them. One of the reasons Nathaniel’s campaign works so well is because they play into his hand at every turn. I’m writing this like its real… O_O
C.J. Daugherty what have you done to me?!
I think my reaction on twitter sums up my feelings: