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Friday, May 29, 2015

Book Review: College Arcane (A Novel from the Demon Accords #8) by John Conroe

College Arcane (A Novel from the Demon Accords #8)
by John Conroe
Pages: 479
April 8, 2015

Book 8 of the Demon Accords. College. A time of transition from youth to young adulthood. New lessons, new responsibilities, new distractions. A period of life treasured by most. Unless you happen to attend an institute of higher learning where the bullies are werewolves, the teachers are sadists, and the pretty girls are all deadly. A school like that demands a special kind of student, someone with the skills and power to survive. Someone like Declan O'Carroll.

Declan has been hiding who he is a very long time. Now that he is at College Arcane that may be a little hard to do especially since the staff and his other class mates continually keep underestimating him. He has power and he sure isn’t going to let some bully prove otherwise.

This is one of my favorite series and Conroe did not disappoint me. College Arcane introduces some new characters and lets us learn more about a few from previous books. I love when an author can keep a story going and expand it and that is just what Conroe was able to do with College Arcane. Very imaginative and fun with a little love thrown in for us romantics. Can’t wait for his next book. If you haven't read this series than I highly recommend you invent the time because it is so worth it!

Getting 5 sheep

Denise B

About the Author:
Conroe wrote his first readable novel, God Touched, right after finishing his daughter's copy of Twilight and muttering: "Vampires don't farging sparkle!"

With seven more books in the series and a stand alone novel (Black Frost), he doesn't seem to be slowing down. He cut his reading teeth on the likes of Robert E. Howard, Edgar Rice Burroughs, JRR Tolkien, Robert Heinlein, Andre Norton, and H. Beam Piper.

Financial professional by day and author by night (actually by morning), he bangs out his stories with fingers that are usually sore from forge burns or getting beat up at the dojo.

1 comment:

  1. This is a good book. I even wrote a college review on it when needed. Although it was very difficult to write a large paper on my own, I even looked for a little help on the site for a few additions