Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for April 15th, 2020

Brittle’s Academy

50411943. sx318 Brittle’s Academy for the Magically Unstable by Lily Mae Walters

It’s Charlie’s first day at high school, his blazer is too big and his shoes are too small, but that’s the least of his worries. He’s been missed off the class lists and is now enrolled in a new school called Brittle’s Academy with a magical and mysterious head teacher. But to stay at Brittle’s Charlie must pass one of the tests…otherwise he’ll be sent to Oblivion!

Amazon     Barnes and Noble     Goodreads

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling 

About the Author

Lily Mae Walters chose her pen name in honor of her beloved Grandparents who also star in the Josie James series.

She is married with two teenage children and two Huskies who are the inspiration behind Murphy and Asher in the books.

Lily Mae lives in Nuneaton, England and finds herself using local places and even her old school in her stories.

Family and friends mean the world to Lily Mae and many will find themselves popping up throughout the series.

Lily Mae also writes for adults under the name of Florence Keeling.

Facebook     Twitter

My Review

4 Stars

Its Charlie’s first day of high school. But when they are done sorting the kids there are at least 15 that don’t have a class. In comes Professor Brittle with a new adventure for the kids. Professor Brittle runs the Brittle Academy for the Magically Unstable. Charlie finds himself with several kids from other schools that are tested to find what group they will be in.

This is a wonderful short read that will surely please mid grade readers and adults alike. This is a short read about Charlie’s first day and finding out what class he will be in. I loved this introduction to this world and hope that there are more books to come.

I recommend checking out this wonderful read. Those that like Harry Potter will be as captivated with this new world as I was.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

I would like to thank Rachel’s Random Resources for the opportunity to read and share this book.

Read Full Post »