Killing November
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Killing November







Killing November

(39 Reviews)
This book was a roller coaster of feeling.I think you would find the book much more enjoyable if you read the first book before starting this one.


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Killing November (eBook epub), Adriana Mather

The story immediately jumps right into the action of when November wakes up at Academy Absconditi. Not only this, but while How To Hang A Witch and Haunting The Deep could be considered slightly more lighthearted, feel good types of reads with younger, less mature characters, Killing November is much more geared towards the older adults which is perfect for the older adults out there that still love to sit back with a great YA novel. Paddington at the Circus Classes include everything from knife-throwing and poisons to the art of deception.This installment follows Angie and Murder as they work in Houston, Ground Zero for the Zombies outbreak.

Killing November (1): Mather, Adriana, Pinchot

I liked the worldbuilding that creates a secret society begun in ancient times, a society whose members have manipulated history for all that time. Talk about tense situations - death could literally be waiting for them around every corner, and some of the people they come across would just as soon slit their throats rather than speak to them. Bekommst du ein Baby, oder bist du nur dick? It was such a fun read with a really fun concept, full of a great balance of the severity of the situation and levity at how weird it would be to be dropped there, plus some great character sass.That is until, due to a family emergency, her father sends her away to a covert boarding school.

Killing November (Killing November, #1) by Adriana Mather

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. Poor Little Bitch Girl I pretty much devoured this story, because it is written in such a good style that the reader flies through the pages.I have received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Bella Germania A bit more humane than the other kids but still a pain in the ass. Eragon And not in a good way.

Killing November eBook von Adriana Mather - 9780525579106

Smoke and Key is mysterious, creepy, sad, uplifting, depressing and just downright EVERYTHING!The year waiting for this sequel was a long one. Of course, trusting anyone in the school is dangerous.To say that Killing November is even better than her first two books would be an understatement, to say the least. Some were very unexpected, while others stepped up in big ways.

Hunting November (Killing November, #2) by Adriana Mather

All November wants now is to find her father.Book: Hunting November Author: Adriana Mather Book Series: Killing November Book 2 Rating: 3. There could have been more development, and information reveals sometimes wound up piled on top of each other.Can one girl with limited training infiltrate a centuries-old organization that is powerful enough to topple empires? With several months to go, I look forward to reading this book again when it is released in March of 2019, as well as adding it to my personal collection.