Release Date: August 15, 2013
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Devastated by the loss of her friend and under constant threat from an unknown spy at Cimmeria Academy, Allie Sheridan is finding it hard to cope.
In Fracture, the third book in the Night School series, she’s not the only one losing it – everything is falling apart. And when Nathaniel begins to reveal his game plan, Isabelle starts to lose control.
As the school slides into a deadly morass of paranoia and suspicion, everyone is guilty until proved innocent. Anyone can be held without proof, and convicted without a trial. No one is safe.
This time Nathaniel doesn’t need to hurt them. This time they’re hurting themselves.
Fracture is the third thrilling installment in the hit murder mystery series, Night School. The storyline for the books just get better and better as the series goes on!
Allie's back at Cimmeria and can trust no one. Everyone is weary of each other and Allie is still getting use to seeing Carter and his new girlfriend together. Though there is still Sylvian in the picture, but Allie cannot concentrate on boys when there is someone trying to take her away.
Tension is running high around the school and not even the teachers can be trusted any more! I loved the whole keep-an-eye-out-for-enemies thing going on and how the gang had to do some snooping around the school.
I was a little sad because this installment didn't hold as much romance as I was hoping for. Also, I don't understand how Allie can get over what happened with Sylvian earlier on in the series. He attacked her in such a way, I wouldn't have thought that a girl could forget. But everything is fine between them and I predict that the two will probably get together later on since Carter has already moved on.
Fracture is another great addition to the series and I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book because I can already tell that it's going to be even better than this one. If you want a boarding school murder-mystery then make sure you check out Night School.
A review copy was provided by Midas PR