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Mia finds herself orphaned after the violent death of her father and is surprised at the sudden appearance of Sebastian Roberts, saying he is her uncle. A smart, arrogant man, resembling her cruel father, he whisks her away to Hood Academy, his private boarding school, and begins to seem kind and considerate. But Mia longs to find her elder brother, Zak, who has disappeared after running away from their home. She begins to encounter others who warn her to be careful who she trusts.
There is something reassuring about the boarding school setting, where Mia finds a reliable friend, Elizabeth and a caring teacher, Miss Ross. There is even a school bully, Felicity, but in this school the danger is life-threatening. The girls have been chosen to train as werewolf hunters and Mia is surprised to discover she has fighting skills. But there are mysterious goings-on behind locked doors and she begins to wonder if the werewolves are all bad.
In addition to the mystery and daredevil adventure there is burgeoning romance and loyal friendship which make this novel heartening to read as well as thrilling. I am now tempted to sample Shelley Wilson’s Guardian series.
When Mia’s abusive father is killed before her eyes by a giant wolf, she is taken by her uncle to live at the boarding school he runs. When she finds out that she has arrived at a training academy for werewolf hunters, her first instinct is to make a run for it, but her uncle persuades her to stay and give the training a go.
There is a school bully, a mysterious and gorgeous stranger in the woods, a loyal best friend and a mysterious basement. The book is also packed full of characters who make you want to keep reading, as well as a dark undercurrent that deepens the unfolding crisis and pushes Mia towards a destiny she never expected.
Oathbreaker is a fast and pacey read, and I’m really hoping there’s a sequel on the way.
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After seeing her father die in violent circumstances, Mia is taken by her mysterious Uncle Sebastian to an unusual school where she finds friends and allies, but also makes enemies... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Elizabeth Ducie
There's no question this fast paced, YA werewolf book is pure awesome. I loved the characters because they were full of depth and gritty too. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Sacha Black