Trailer ✓ Hex Hall PDF by Ê Rachel Hawkins

Trailer ✓ Hex Hall PDF by Ê Rachel Hawkins OK, I originally gave this 3.
5 stars but I have decided just to give it 4 starsI m experiencing some teenage angst, Mrs Casnoff, I answered I need to, like, write it in my journal or something Initial Final Page Thoughts.
Wow, I read that book in about five hours I probably should get some food Laughter is the only sustenance I need.
High Points.
Sorry, what was the question Sophie Jenna Boarding school MAGICAL BOARDING SCHOOL FOR DELINQUENT PARANORMALS Ghosts Flirtytirty boys Diversity Cellar shenanigans Tattoos Curses Bustles Evil bwitches Ms Hawkins deliciously wicked sense of humour Low Points.
Yeah, I m morally opposed to faeries And characters being jammed into restrictive stereotypes LET THEM SOAR.
I loved Sophie and I could really relate to her because I have magical powers , I canoodle with warlocks on a regular basis, she s su As to date, this has been one of the most enjoyable fantasy books I ve read that deals with otherworldly creatures like witches, vampires, faes, werewolves, shape shifters and demons collectively called as Prodigium through the author s creative effort of putting them all together in one monster high called Hecate Hall or simply Hex Hall It s a fast, fun read told by Sophie, a supposedly powerful witch who at 16 barely knows anything about her real powers Thus, she gets enrolled at Hex Hall which has this Vampire Academy Hogwart s vibe but inclusive I could practically imagine Rachel Hawkins do this in front of Richelle Mead and J.
K Rowling after writing the book Or probably not Lol It s very enjoyable because the heroine is funny, witty and sarcastic Exactly my kind of gal She doesn t care so much about her appearance She also knows how to properly appreciate other people s beauty wit

Fun This book really grew on me It took several tries to get past the first couple of chapters, but once Sophie finally gets settled in at Hex Hall things start moving along The witchy battles are pretty cool, there s good build up of the mystique behind the school and behind Sophie s past and powers, and the author does a nice job with creating a variety of different characters with distinctive voices I especially liked BFF Jenna and the super cute and witty Archer, and Sophie herself turns out to be a pretty kick ass heroine It did take me a little while to get used to the author s voice, but the humor actually gets to be really good as the story develops and I ve gone back to giggle over certain passages again Overally, this is a really terrific debut and a fast paced, entertaining read It s always a plus when a YA author I was so pleasantly surprised by this book, almost as surprised as I am by the fact that I actually decided to read it I d all but given up on young adult novels that feature any of the following vampires, werewolves, witches, shifters, fairies, angels, demons you get the idea Young adult fantasy and urban fantasy seems to have been constantly churning out of the same, but Hex Hall really ticked all the right boxes for me.
Granted, a boarding school for witches and whatnot isn t exactly original and it s a hard field to compete in when you re up against the likes of J.
Rowling, but I liked Hawkins laid back and kind of chick lit style writing The novel reminded me of something in between Vampire Academy and this TV show that I used to love when I was a kid called The Worst Witch , m Archer is smart and funny in addition to being hot Elodie his girlfriend is stupid and dullThe second, the second, I read that line, I logged into Goodreads to check which year it was published 2010 Also known as YA s embarrassing puberty years I tend to stay away from books published during that time since they re filled with unhealthy romantic relationships and girl on girl hate YA now is like college you, all grown up and cringing at the occasional photo of your tween self that pops up on Facebook.
Hex Hall is juvenile YA The writing is a inane version of Meg Cabot s style, filled with cutesy internal monologues and pop culture references The plot is an typical mystery type without much punch.
And the girl hate God, the girl hateI turned and saw Chaston, Anna and Elodie walking toward me They looked amazing in the fugly gym uniforms ShockerUnlike Tina Fey s masterpiece, t It s been years since I read Hex Hall for the first time and for some reason I got a strong feeling that I need to re read this one After six years So, here I m and this time in English.
The main character is 16 which is a little younger than books I usually read right now But honestly I did not care at all Sophie is so damn hilarious I love that girl view spoiler But I need to take one star down for the instacrush instalove hide spoiler Well this is just the same old tired format for paranormal YA boarding school romps I ve seen the same story time and time again in books like Secret Lives,Evernight,Firespell, and it is just boring me.
1 misfit teen sent to boarding school2 she doesn t want to be there3 gets on wrong side of popular bitches on day one4 instant crush on sexiest guy at school5 her only friend is a fellow misfit6 grim teachers7 obnoxious students8 murderer on the looseThe characters are either obnoxious muppets or cardboard cut outs that have no depth or interest to them The teachers don t seem to give a damn about discipline explain to me why the werewolf who attacked Sophie on her first minute on campus got no punishment Is attempted murder seen as acceptable at this school The only one who was given a stern talking to was the guy who saved Sophie by using magic to Hex Hall is an insanely fun, hilarious, and HOT book I can t even tell you how many times I laughed out loud or had to put the book down because I was laughing so hard Sophie Mercer is now officially one of my favorite heroines and I just might be a little bit in love with Archer Cross, too I can t say enough wonderful things about this book, only that you need to pick it up ASAP when it debuts next March I m only sad that I have to wait so long to read the next book in the series Three Years Ago, Sophie Mercer Discovered That She Was A Witch It S Gotten Her Into A Few Scrapes Her Non Gifted Mother Has Been As Supportive As Possible, Consulting Sophie S Estranged Father An Elusive European Warlock Only When Necessary But When Sophie Attracts Too Much Human Attention For A Prom Night Spell Gone Horribly Wrong, It S Her Dad Who Decides Her Punishment Exile To Hex Hall, An Isolated Reform School For Wayward Prodigium, Aka Witches, Faeries, And Shapeshifters By The End Of Her First Day Among Fellow Freak Teens, Sophie Has Quite A Scorecard Three Powerful Enemies Who Look Like Supermodels, A Futile Crush On A Gorgeous Warlock, A Creepy Tag Along Ghost, And A New Roommate Who Happens To Be The Most Hated Person And Only Vampire Student On Campus Worse, Sophie Soon Learns That A Mysterious Predator Has Been Attacking Students, And Her Only Friend Is The Number One Suspect As A Series Of Blood Curdling Mysteries Starts To Converge, Sophie Prepares For The Biggest Threat Of All An Ancient Secret Society Determined To Destroy All Prodigium, Especially Her Actual Rating 3.
5 starsIt took me a while to start reading this book My last Rachel Hawkins one didn t attracted me that much and It s not an original plot A young witch who screw up and let humans see her magic Firstly, how can she be that dumb to show her magic to others like nothing Who she doesn t even know that well and is like let me be your fairy godmother Ops, sorry Then she is sentenced to a magical boarding school for delinquent supernatural beingsAnd there she makes friend with this pinky girly vampire who is her new roommate view spoiler And I loved how the homosexual card was played here Jenna is so sweat and her relationship with Sophie was really awesome I really liked that we have a book that finally portraits that having a gay girl friend doesn t m

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