A group of outcasts, struggling to survive in a school filled with monsters.
An average kid, growing up in Las Vegas, Alex Ayers life skids off the rails when a dragon shifter comes for him. Alex is a Creature, monsters from myths and legends. And he’s in line to lead all the Creatures in the world, if he doesn’t get killed first.
Now forced to attend a school filled with every horror he’s ever imagined, Alex draws together a group of friends to become his own mini-army.
A depressed vampire facing an identity crisis.
A class gossip with white hair and a frosty outlook.
A werewolf who plays with magic.
A Valkyrie straining against her berserker’s rage.
Can Alex keep his friends safe, fight for his own life, and catch a killer, all while keeping his grades up? And what will his future hold, as he begins his change into a Creature he knows nothing about?
I recieved a free copy of this book via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
It took me a little while to get into this book, but I am finding that with all books just now so mostly likely just me. I liked learning along with Alex, it as fun book with some serious aspects. A group of kids put into a dangerous school or situation is nothing new but the scion idea was a new one on me. I still don’t fully understand it but I am hoping that in the next book all that will be explained.
Alex was a great main character, he took to the odd situation really well. I liked how he handled himself, he did feel a little older than the 14 he was meant to be. The other characters were a bit meh for me, felt like they were there just to make up numbers.
The great hunt was very good. I really enjoyed that part. It was probably the most exciting part for me. I raced through the whole hunt in one sitting and was almost late to work.
Overall I really enjoyed this book, I have pre-ordered book two and cannot wait to read it.
4 out 5 stars