Dani Hoots’ Review of Conspiracy Boy by Cecily White

Conspiracy Boy (Angel Academy #2) by Cecily White


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Published by: Entangled: Teen

Review by: Dani Hoots

Release: April 4th, 2016

All’s fair in love and war. Let the games begin.

Nobody said senior year was going to be easy, but I wasn’t expecting pure hell, either. That’s right. HELL.

Demons attacking. Cheerleaders screaming. Vampires and werewolves asking where the bathroom is. Just another day here at St. Michael’s Guardian Training Academy. It wouldn’t be so bad if the administration would let me get back to my demon-slaying duties like every other angelblood on campus. But with my bondmate Jack promoted to head trainer, my annoying fiancé Luc trying to start a political uprising, and that pesky prophecy still floating around predicting I’m going to kill everyone I love…well, let’s just say “complicated” took on a whole new meaning.

But things are looking up.

If I can survive Luc’s deadly Sovereign Trials and keep my evil twin sister from starting a war, Jack and I might actually have a chance of saving the world. If not, at least I won’t have to worry about what to wear to prom.

*Description taken from Amazon. Book obtained from Netgalley*

A great young adult urban fantasy novel, Conspiracy Boy follows Amelie who is on her senior year of high school. And demons are attacking her school. Sounds exciting right? Well not really, especially on the things she is going through. Amelie just wants to get through it all to go away, or run away, but she has to step up to the plate and save everything, to make sure the prophecy doesn’t come true.


Amelie is an entertain character and has a lot going on. I really liked how she dealt with a lot of her problems. She is strong willed and doesn’t take crap from anyone. I also liked Luc and found him to be an entertaining complex character.

I give this novel a 4/5 as it is really good and has a good plot, but felt as if it could have a bit stronger plot. I enjoyed it a lot and if you like urban fantasy, this is definitely for you!

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