Tuesday, May 29, 2018


Title: Heart of the Assassins
Series: Academy of Assassins #2
Author: Stacey Brutger
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A PLAGUE UNLEASHED ON THE PRIMORDIAL REALM THREATENS THE SURVIVAL OF THE SUPERNATURAL RACE. ONLY THE ACADEMY OF ASSASSINS CAN PREVENT THE RACE’S DESTRUCTION…AND THEIR OWN.

Morgan has been banned from hunting until she learns to control her powers and her impulsive nature. Her team is so focused on her training, she feels more alone and alienated than ever. She must make the heartbreaking decision to stay and fight for the men who mean everything to her or turn her back on the Academy to survive.

But the choice is taken from her when the Academy is viciously attacked, and Morgan is abducted and dumped into the Primordial Realm. Abandoned and unable to get back to the Academy, Morgan must take a crash course in survival in this alien world. As she investigates the deadly mist sweeping through the Realm, she is horrified to discover that her team has followed her, determined to earn back her trust.

With their lives in danger, Morgan will do whatever it takes to save them, even if it means entering Tartarus and uncovering the secrets of the forgotten gods. With the cure in hand, they must defeat monsters from myths and legends—and their worst nightmares—and escape the gates of hell, or risk becoming forever trapped and forced to watch the destruction of their world.

    

Morgan is having a whole lot of issues. She's been training none stop, and she feels like her friends are pulling away from her every day. This leads to a whole world of issues that she doesn't have time to deal with when the school is attacked. 

Now, Morgan will have to do everything she can to save her people before it is too late. 

This book was interesting, and I really did like it, but it wasn't as good as the first one. I felt like Morgan's power didn't seem all that powerful really, and some of the other things just felt kind of rushed. Other than that, I liked it. And I liked how she was with her friends, and how it is progressing. I don't like the way it ended though, it left me feeling a little confused. But I'm excited to read the next one, even though I'm a little worried about it as well. 
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