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Feb

Review: Secrets of New Forest Academy

   Posted by: Garrett   in Path

This is the second book in the series, and it did not disappoint.

The timeframe for this book is only about a week, but a lot happens in these pages.

I was pulled into this one from the start, and continued reading for several hours until I finished the book.

The action starts soon after the events of the first book (I’m not exactly sure how much time has elapsed). Spencer is threatened by the BEM once again and goes into hiding at the New Forest Academy.

While there, he has to deal with bullies and a spy who is trying to find out what he knows about something his dad mailed him. Only, he never received a package from his dad. But, the spy does not believe him.

It is not all bad there though. He gets to be with Daisy and is the object of a crush by one of the other students. He also gets closer to finding out why his dad left and why he keeps having visions of being other people.

We have some new and fun Glopified items that make the story even more fun and entertaining.

I also liked the complexity of the plot and how Tyler kept twisting things to keep up guessing about what was happening or would happen.

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