The Truth Spell

The Truth Spell As soon as I stepped onto the grounds of Amaris High I knew I d made a big mistake I could never fit in at such a snobbish school I was IT girl than it girl But then I saw him Sam Spencer My childhoo

  • Title: The Truth Spell
  • Author: Anita Oh
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  • Page: 144
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  • As soon as I stepped onto the grounds of Amaris High, I knew I d made a big mistake I could never fit in at such a snobbish school I was IT girl than it girl But then I saw him.Sam Spencer My childhood best friend But it couldn t be Sam Spencer had died three years ago, on the night that changed everything I need to know what happened, why he s suddenly notAs soon as I stepped onto the grounds of Amaris High, I knew I d made a big mistake I could never fit in at such a snobbish school I was IT girl than it girl But then I saw him.Sam Spencer My childhood best friend But it couldn t be Sam Spencer had died three years ago, on the night that changed everything I need to know what happened, why he s suddenly not dead and is hanging out with a bunch of rich kids.When the school is hit by a truth spell, it seems like the perfect chance to find out what Sam and his creepy new friends are hiding, but the weirder things get, the less I m sure I want to know Even for Sam, even for the free food, Amaris High might be trouble than it s worth.

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    1. “A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.”-----Mark TwainAnita Oh, a debut author, pens her new YA fantasy book, The Truth Spell which is the first book in the Werewolf High series. The book unfolds the story of a teenage girl named Lucy, who gets a scholarship into one of the most decorated and posh high school, where she stumbles upon her childhood best friend who died a long time ago. Hence Lucy begins an investigation to find out if that boy is [...]

    2. This is a relatively short story about mysterious happenings at the very special boarding school, Amaris High. With a truth spell making it impossible to tell lies, werewolves and someone endangering everyone’s safety it is a fast paced start to a new series!Lucy O’Connor’s first experiences at a very special boarding school which she’s won a scholarship to attend really don’t go well -even getting to the school isn’t straightforward!. Fortunately her room mate Hannah Morgan, comes t [...]

    3. *I received an ebook copy from YA Bound Book Tours. This does not affect my review.*EDITED: 01/30/16Lucy O' Connor is a scholar student of this prestigious school. Her roommate Hannah Morgan welcomes her and told her things that she needs to know about this school. The school is divided with 2 groups/ divisions or whatever you want to name and it's the Red and Green. Red is the basic package-basic foods, dorms, and services. Green is the so called "better package"-better services, dorms and etc. [...]

    4. Bewitched by the Truth This is one of the best high school Academy novels I have read, and Lucy one of the most credible protagonists. The Amaris school is not unique to the genre but together with the general atmosphere and school environment the novel is well crafted. The writing is exceptional for a YA novel with a good style, good general knowledge and well executed prose. I'm definitely up for the next book in the series.

    5. See this review in its natural environment, Dani Reviews Things.I am completely in love with this book! It's a short book (128 pages), so it's easily read in a sitting, but the sarcastic humour and genuinely mysterious plot make it feel like a breeze to get through. A very insistent breeze that wants you to sit down and keep reading.I read while on a 7-hour Skype call with my book besties from Books Are My Fandom, who got to hear all my reactions and some choice quotes. Especially the sexual inn [...]

    6. The Truth SpellThis book is a little confusing and I'm now struggling to remember the names of the characters other than Tennyson. I still don't know whether I like Sam or not and why they're in love because she's drawn to Tennyson then Sam. I realized I don't even remember the protagonists name right now. I'm done. The books become progressively more expensive and it ends oddly also. 1 and out!

    7. I received The Truth Spell in return for an honest review from YA Bound. Lucy has been a scholarship to a very special boarding school that is divided by color and level of the package. Hopefully this will be the chance she needed after leaving her family who’s hurting for money. Right away she is befriended by her future roommate who explains everything to Lucy getting her settled in the red house. However things aren’t as they seem and when the Golden house members arrive by helicopter she [...]

    8. I received an eARC via the YA Bound Book Tours review library. I made no guarantee of a favorable review and the opinions expressed here are unbiased and my own.What a fantabulous YA read!! I just couldn't get enough of this book. Lucy comes from a poor family and has been fortunate in receiving a scholarship to a prestigious and very private high school. Upon arrival at the school she is greeted by her roommate Hannah who tries to acclimate Lucy to her new surroundings however, she immediatel [...]

    9. I loved this book. The MC's voice was fresh and fun. I never got tired of her spunky strength and even though she wasn't over the top super duper, she wasn't whiny or helpless either. I loved the mystery, the school, her friends, family, and the boys. Tennyson is very intriguing. I can't wait to finish this series, but I might put it off until it's actually finished.

    10. Picture this: You come from a meager, practically poor, background, and people close to you from your past are dead. You’re the new student at an exclusive (and somewhat geographically hidden) boarding school—one with majestic architecture, a sweeping landscape which borders a forest. The new school has different houses for the students, including one for the elite students. You suddenly find yourself in a world where magic and werewolves exists, and you’re the only person who can save the [...]

    11. BEST HIGHSCHOOL MAGIC BOOK WITH WEREWOLVES!I love this series!!! I don't think I can get through them fast enough. The covers are awesome, which pulled me in right away. I absolutely adore stories written at schools and when there's magic involved, hello pure bliss! Anita created a whole social system unlike anything I've ever seen and it totally works. I love how she chose to set up the location of the school. It adds an air of mystery and does create a whole set of problems in and of itself. H [...]

    12. ​As strange as life is.Lucy accepted into and on scholarship to Armisis was shocking. In no time after arriving she learns her best friend and guy she loves may still be alive, of course she doesn’t believe. A spell is cast upon the school and all that live there, it’s a truth spell. Lucy is trying to figure it out as well as the Golden’s secret. She learns her father, who left the family, wrote a book with her BFF mother, about werewolves. Kudos to her on defeating Uber evil. she bears [...]

    13. Interesting conceptThe title is misleadingere are no werewolves at a high school but it is a very well written story.The main character he been given a scholarship to an elite school, but this school has many secrets. And someone wants those secrets revealed. Follow as we unravel this mystery and find more questions than answers.I want to read book 2 immediately now's that good

    14. Loved every minuteOh why was this book so short! I loved it so much that I read it in a day and decided to buy the second in the series. I enjoyed the humour, the characters and the skilful writing. It drew me in and kept me guessing as to which way the storyline would go. I think I just found a new author to be a fan of.

    15. I love werewolves and I was drawn to this book by its cover.Never judge a book by its cover – but this time I wasn't disappointed. The main character Lucy is quite funny, I love her obsession with food. There are a bit too much “Harry Potter” references at the beginning, maybe in an attempt to make her own story more believable. There are indeed a lot similarities, as Lucy gets thrown into a mysterious boarding school (like Harry P.) and has to fight against prejudice as the outsider. Also [...]

    16. Also on: diaryofawannabewriterWe follow Lucy, down to Earth girl, who just got scholarship to prestigious high school. She knew she would never really fit in, but had to try, for her family sake. Her mother got sick and her father left them, so she was left to take care for her brothers and make money. She learned to fix computers, so she could buy food.People at school are divided in groups, Red (where she is), Green (people with a lot more money are) and Golden (richest of the rich). More mone [...]

    17. I purchased this and the next two in a series boxed set. Generally this is a good series. I'm rating this as a 3 because there were several errors in the books such as timeline issues (i.e. it had been 5 years since Sam supposedly died, Lucy was 12 years old, but in the story she's 15 yo.--she should be 17) and many missing words throughout the whole series. The characters as a whole, however, were well done and interesting. The whole rich, good-looking, charismatic characters a bit cliche, and [...]

    18. Interesting concept and nicely illustrated characters. Occasionally, narration and dialogue are repetitive or contrived. I also have a MAJOR issue with the context/ scene. People go to bed; they wake up, and suddenly its night and the moon is out. Huh?? This is one of my pet peeves with novels: the passage of time is not realistically illustrated. Also, colors are too vivid in the dark. I feel like in creative writing 101 classes, there should be an assignment to go outside on a full moon and wr [...]

    19. Fun story similar to Harry Potter. YA. A private school where the very rich go and a few on scholarship. The rich have picked 1 girl to make life miserable for and try to get her to quit but they don't know how stubborn and strong she can be. Many magical things going on all around them makes for a good read.

    20. It wasn't so bad. I like how the story flowed especially with the rivalry between Tennyson and Lucy. Made me like Lucy a little bit more and more and not so much for Tennyson. I'm glad that She got closure. However the bad guy who caster the spellI did not see it coming! It was BAM! A Frying pan the head. I'm still seeing stars. Great fun!

    21. I skimmed through the first 50%, so maybe I missed something and that's why it felt like a great many things came out of nowhere—e.g her friendship with Hannah, why she went to the school, how the people in the aforementioned school happen to have more power than anyone else in the entire world, et al.

    22. Poor LucyThrown into a world she knows nothing about at a school she got into by some miracle. She is forced to face her best friend Sam who she thought was dead. A outcast but a strong teenager she will be triumphant or will she fall victim to bullying.

    23. Great readInterestingly fresh storyline. Well edited and characters well defined. Lots of questions needing answers remain to be answered in the next book.

    24. Solid series start. Good take on paranormal. Going to read more Recommended for either Young Adult or Paranormal fans, especially if you like both.

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