“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.” (Goodreads) (375 pages, 15th August 2013, Atom)
I did find this book really exciting and interesting… Once I got into it. It took me a while though before I got into the story and I put it down a few times before reading it again. It was only for the last few chapters I was totally in the story…
And it was to bad… This story and this world has so much potential and the author keeps repeating the same formula over and over again… I can easily tell what will happen next and what choices she will make.
Allie always starts alone and makes her decisions alone, before realizing that she needs her friends. And it is each time the same thing. And weirdly, I always want to read the next book.
3 out of 5 stars