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Conspiracy Boy (Angel Academy) by [White, Cecily]
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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.

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

Each book in the Angel Academy series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.

Series Order:
Book 1: Prophecy Girl
Book 2: Conspiracy Boy

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1150 KB
  • Print Length: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Teen (April 4 2016)
  • Sold by: Macmillan CA
  • Language: English
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ff1bb54) out of 5 stars A fun, light hearted but adventurous YA fantasy paranormal series. April 4 2016
By Carrie G. - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Conspiracy Boy is the second book in the Angel Academy series by Cecily White. After thinking she had saved the world and beat the prophecy, Amelie Bennett has learned the worst thing you can possibly think is things just can’t get any worse. Thinking things could get back to normal other than that pesky engagement to Luc while still being in love with Jack, Amelie now finds that the prophecy was never finished and she is still expected to become a killer.

As with Prophecy Girl I found Conspiracy Boy a fun read along the lines of books like the Mortal Insturment series by Cassandra Clare. Our main character is attending a school to learn to defeat demons and defend humans against attacks with a plot mixed in with vampires and werewolves being involved.

Amelie is still her normal sarcastically humorous self that often has me laughing out loud. Jackson, the serious hunk that keeps Amelie grounded and now Luc, Jack’s vampire cousin is “engaged” to Amelie after saving her life with his blood so a bit of a love triangle without the love between Amelie and Luc as they barely tolerate each other for the most part which often added to the laughs.

With the prophecy unfulfilled and Amelie still being kept in the dark about some things, Conspiracy Boy takes the group on another action packed adventure where Amelie is determined to not become the killer everyone thought she should be and save everyone instead.

Overall, a fun, light hearted but adventurous YA fantasy paranormal series.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ff1bba8) out of 5 stars I miss Amelie's sarcasm already April 4 2016
By Carrie Williams - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This was another fun installment in the Angel Academy series and is… the last? I’m not sure, since it seems way too soon to say goodbye to these characters, but this book certainly tied things up in a neat little bow.

Amelie is still her usual sarcastic and witty self in this one. She’s facing a whole ton of issues but she never seems to lack the necessary comeback. Trapped in a high school full of people who think you’re engaged to your sorta-vampire-sire-type-hottie and sister to a serial killer, being the source of a world ending prophecy seems almost normal. The prophecy might have been assumed to have been dealt with last time, but it seems nothing is really as it seems. Except Jack, because he’s amazing, but even that has to be kept a secret. Secrets appear to be the theme that runs throughout – whether it is from Amelie, from the Elders, from the world, or simply from one of Amelie’s love interests.

I’m not even sure where to start with the drama in this book – there is so much jammed into the pages that things change chapter by chapter. Starting with Luc (aforementioned sorta-vampire-sire-type-hottie), Amelie is being tasked with helping out in his Sovereign Trials (whatever that entails) while living in a house full of people who hate her. Sure, there are designer clothes and lots of eye candy, but it certainly doesn’t make up for lack of freedom. Next we have some assassins trying to hunt Amelie down using unknown powers and lots of bone crunching strength. This leads to a lot of fun fights. Lastly (kind of, because I’m glossing over the oodles of other points), we’ve got a war that’s brewing between the factions for reasons that are mostly kept secret from Amelie. I found myself frustrated on her behalf about that one. Throw all this into a blender with confusing teenage feelings and adult expectations and you have a couple days in the life of Amelie. She was really fun to read about, but I wouldn’t ever want to be her. Jack is the one ray of mostly uncomplicated sunlight in her life and even that gets tested in this book. Buckle in because this book takes you on a very bumpy ride.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ff1bfe0) out of 5 stars angels, demons, prophecies, and other cool stuff April 6 2016
By April - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Conspiracy Boy is spellbinding! I am really glad that I already had this second book in the series after finishing book one Prophecy Girl, because I just had to know what was going to happen. If anything I think I may have enjoyed Conspiracy Boy even more so than the first book. It's got great humor and wit with a fast pace that kept me thoroughly engrossed from beginning to end. There were definitely some twists that I didn't see coming, including my new found feelings for Luc. He really won me over in this one and I really really hope that things are not as they seem with him now that book two is over. That sounded really cryptic right? Sorry didn't want to give any spoilers :-) But anyhow I really like this series and am really hoping for another book. I think if your a fan of young adult urban fantasy with angels, demons, prophecies, and other cool stuff that you should definitely try out this series. ( I highly recommend reading these in order )

** I received a digital copy of this book via netgalley in exchange for honest review **
HASH(0x9ff2e2c4) out of 5 stars Extremely satisfying May 5 2016
By Kate - Published on
Format: Paperback
**Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy**

CONSPIRACY BOY is not the most amazing, most original young adult paranormal novel you'll ever read. However, if you don't go in expecting the next big thing, you're going to be extremely satisfied. It's a fun, action-filled read. And while White doesn't break any molds, she definitely makes things interesting.

With the nearly three year gap in between when the first Angel Academy book, PROPHECY GIRL, was published and now, it was almost as if I had never read the first book in the series. While I remembered enjoying it, the details were definitely fuzzy. I do know that CONSPIRACY BOY felt like PROPHECY GIRL though, with lots of action right from the start, and plot twists galore. Though I sometimes felt as if I was missing some nuances to the story because of my lack of recollection of the first book, for the most part White did a pretty good job of reminding the reader who the various characters were.

Though there wasn't as much of the romantic aspect to this book as there was in PROPHECY GIRL, there was still some elements, and I enjoyed the twists that White threw into Jackson and Amelie's relationship. In fact, her relationships and the changes they went through with the various other characters in the book were some of the most interesting aspects to the plot. Fight scenes are fight scenes, but relationships are harder to convey, and White does a good job of communicating the relationships Amelie has with the other characters, despite us only knowing what's going on in Amelie's head.

At the end of the day, CONSPIRACY BOY is, in my opinion, fluff. Great, fun, exciting fluff, but fluff nonetheless. Learning about Amelie and her various exploits is certainly enjoyable, and I definitely don't regret the few hours I spent reading this book. It has all the elements you'd expect from a paranormal young adult novel, with the super-powered kick-ass heroine, her sexy boyfriend, a prophecy that needs to be fulfilled, and plenty of fight scenes. I do plan on continuing this series, and I sincerely hope that it doesn't take another three years to get the next installment!!
HASH(0x9ff2e3a8) out of 5 stars Great addition to the series! April 8 2016
By Michelle - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This is book two in the series and should be read in order.

In book one we met Amelie and Jack. We learned about Guardians and the powers they hold. We read how Ami and Jack’s lives and love wove together. And we met Luc.

In book two we continue to follow Ami, Jack, and Luc, who is a vampire. Together the three have a complicated relationship. Jack and Ami must hide their true feelings and connection from all of Luc’s people. You see, Ami is supposed to be with Luc. But like their love life, their reality isn’t fair either. The prophecy still hangs out there and everyone’s fate rests on Ami. Can she do what needs to be done? It’s not easy for her, but she’s determined to find a way to keep everyone alive.

This book was seriously great. It had a much better pace than book one. I admit to falling for Luc more and more as the story went on. And Jack was just as amazing as ever. Ami kicked some serious butt in this book. The three of them, along with family and friends, made this book even better. There was a solid support system for Jack and Ami. Luc’s mom, well, I hated her. But at least Luc had the others on his side. The suspense was great and the ending left me wanting more. The romance was spot on. Great addition to the series.

Book received in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed on behalf of Once Upon An Alpha.