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It will be one hell of a week at the Academy!

Continue Remi's incredible story and find out what happens next.

Will she discover the truth about her brother? What will happen next with Remi's intense relationship with Laith? Can she uncover the truth about her ability?

©2019 Marisa Claire (P)2020 Marisa Claire

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Hell Week

Wow. This is the third book in the Academy of Shifters Series. This book picks up right were book two ends. Remy is now left with a huge responsibility after the death of Ms. Shirley. This book is nonstop action. Something is always happening. Can't wait to see what will happen next.

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Academy of Shifters book 3

This is the third book in this series.  Remi is learning what her own abilities and responsibilities are but is still trying to discover the growing mysterys Gladwell Academy of Shifters and tooth and claw. I have enjoyed listening to the story and it has a few twists in the and I am looking forward to finding out what happens next and what more secrets will be revealed.

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Wow... just WOW

These books are getting better and better as they go on. Marisa has such a way of writing, it totally encapsulates you. These books are chapters and therefore are short, which is always the down side.... however as soon as you start listening.... you seriously cannot stop!! I love these books and I cannot wait for the next one to be available!!! Hurry up!!! This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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Brilliant

Loved this series. It’s great to have the characters move on a new ones coming through with continuity/completion of what’s happened to the others. Next one please...

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Holy Shift!

Book 2 is a great continuation of book 1. Characters get closer, more answers are given and even more questions comes up. I can’t wait to listen to book 3!

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Remi finds out more truths.

I received this book free for an honest review. This book starts where the last book left off with Remi find more questions than the answers she is searching for. Her relationship with Laith is put to the ultimate test and things don’t quite work out how Remi wants them too. Remi and her friends are still trying to find out about the Tooth & Claw Society but they are thwarted at every turn and don’t really find themselves any closer. She doesn’t know who to trust as people she thought were allies show another side and Remi doesn’t know what to make of them but I don’t want to say who and spoil it for you. I love she is getting on with Winter even though Winters whining is so annoying at times you wish Remi would slap her 😂 Brittany Goodwin is perfect at narrating as usual and all her characters are distinguishable from the others.

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Tense and emotionally charged instalment

Following the wolf on bear brawl at the graduation ceremony which was instigated by the berserker, Haley Parker, the Gladwells have been removed from the Academy and Dean Belhollow is now in charge. Remi is reeling from the shocking revelation that her twin not only killed Belhollow’s son, but that the Gladwells hired Daniel Helms to erase Belhollow’s memories. Most shocking of all is the revelation that the Board of Gladwell Academy is an extension of the Tooth and Claw Society who fund the Academy in return for the culled students. Belhollow urges Remi to keep schtum about what she has learned to the other students, including Laith, for fear of riots from students over the departure of the Gladwells. Remi reluctantly agrees. Remi’s relationship with Laith suffers a setback when he departs to India for a once in a lifetime opportunity to visit a shifter monastery that specialises in meditation. Remi feels betrayed that he has chosen to go at a time when she needs him at the Academy. While the rest of the students leave for the summer break, Remi is obliged to stay behind to work on her scent-sight gift to find new shifters. To her annoyance, she finds Winter Davenport monopolising her room one evening in an attempt to stay off the faculty’s radar. For some reason Winter doesn’t want to go home for the summer. Fortunately, Hickoree is also staying at the Academy for the summer break as she needs to catch up on the work she missed due to her late internship. Remi decides to enlist their help in researching the four gifts in the hopes of understanding her powers better. Suddenly Rahm makes a menacing appearance forcing Remi to come clean about her twin to Winter and Hickoree as well as her recent discovery under the Academy. “So, let me see if I’m understanding this correctly,” Hickoree said, pacing with her index fingers jammed against her temples. You, of all people expect us to believe that underneath this Academy is a secret tunnel that leads to an enormous shifter mausoleum, and the way to get to the shifter mausoleum is by taking a ride in this broom closet, and when you get there, you’re going to find the information we’ve spent three days searching thousands of books for with zero luck.. by sniffing a decomposing corpse instead? Do I have that right?” “Don’t forget the evil twin.” Winter added. The trio’s venture into the mausoleum leads to a devastating discovery that will forever alter their lives at the Academy... Hell Week is the third compelling instalment of the Academy of Shifters series. The author really stepped up her game in this tense, edge of your seat instalment. After the jaw dropping revelations of the previous book, it was hard to ascertain who to trust. I agonised over the reliability of one character in particular, as the departure of the genuinely likeable Gladwells from the Academy had already been one loss too many. The devastating discovery in the mausoleum was particularly heartbreaking and I struggled to read ahead through my tears. It’s a testament to the authors characterisation skills that she has managed to bring these characters to life in such a short time. The character building has been truly outstanding. Each character complementing the other like a fine wine does a meal. I loved that Remi, Winter and Hickoree were put together over the summer break. My instincts about Winter were right and judging by her reluctance to go home, one can only imagine the horrors she’s gone through with her parents. Hickoree is the glue that holds the gang together and a source of strength for Remi. The introduction of Diego Machado was interesting. Just who are the Royal Order of the Fur and Fang? The scenes with Rahm in the mausoleum, positively crackled with tension and continues to add to the mystery of what actually happened to him and how he’s able appear to Remi. The author has deftly managed to push everyone of my reading buttons with this book. Rarely does a book cause such a plethora of emotions. I laughed, I cried and spent the rest of the book fearing the worst. By the end I felt like I’d been on an emotional rollercoaster. She’s become my favourite new discovery of 2019 for sure. Highly recommended to fans of urban fantasy, academy books, shifters, mysteries, lies, betrayal and secret societies etc Brittany Goodwin has managed to bring the characters to life with her clear and concise narration.

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  • Yuliya
  • 26-09-20

The next book can't get here soon enough!

Wow. I can't believe what we found out in this book but the mystery is still so intense and I need answers! I loved it!

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  • Tera
  • 22-08-20

Great Continuation

This book picks up where book two left off with Remi finding no answers to the questions. With her and her friends trying to find out about Tooth and Claw Society she does not know who to trust and finding out that life will never be the same anymore. The narrator does a wonderful job with this series.

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  • Amanda
  • 19-08-20

Awesome series

This series gets better and better with each book and new development. This series has pulled me and and left me wanting more.

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  • Jessica Campbell
  • 03-08-20

Fast read!

This story pulled me right in from the very start. Excited to continue this series.

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  • princesspinto
  • 21-07-20

An interesting continuation of the series...

This book whizzed by. I was finished before even I realized I was at the end. Short, fast and cliffhangers. Audio book again for this one. I do like the narrator and she has done well. The book again starts pretty much right after book 2. Remi is struggling with everything again with revelations about her brother. She's learning more and more about the academy secrets and life. Life is not the same anymore and it just gets more complicated when her secret is outed in the most public way. More questions, betrayals and intrigue. This is how she finds herself. She is confused and pretty much lashing out at Laith and just being moody, in general. I must say I was confused as well about how fast this ended and I was left with more frustrations and questions. Dean Mardone adds more complications and that was an interesting addition of a new character. I was not expecting that. Laithe, Victoria and some others were mostly missing from here. Winter, well...she is interesting we find out another tidbit new ability about her. I have not warmed up to her BUT, she has potential. Oh and there is another secret society....don't have much information about it. Of course, the book ended at yet another cliffhanger AND ended abruptly for me. I am not sure where the next book leads and I do want to find out. They have me weirdly intrigued. ****I received an audiobook free. I volunteered to review the book****

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  • Stormer83
  • 10-07-20

Great

I enjoyed the book fun and entertaining story I can't wait to hear the rest series. I received this audio book free of charge for an honest review.

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  • Allie K.
  • 06-07-20

Hell yeah

Hell Week was another great installment in this series. The writer drew me in and kept my attention throughout the book. I am anxious to find out what happens next and listen to the continuation of the series.

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  • karisma carpenter
  • 05-07-20

Loved it

This series keeps getting better and better can’t wait for the next book to come out

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  • Michelle Titherington VanDaley
  • 27-06-20

Engaging Series

Remi's journey continues in book 3 and like the previous books this is fast paced and hard to put down because I needed to know what happened next. some answers were revealed but like in any good series we were still left hanging - in a good way. The narrator did a wonderful job bringing the story and characters to life.

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  • Darlene Long
  • 21-06-20

hell week

loved it!!! but i did have to wait until my boyfriend would leave the house. he just would not shut up.... lol. recommended!!!