Anequs’ life changes irrevocably after she finds a dragon egg near her island home. Unfortunately, her people, a Native American type of tribe in an alternate colonial America, no longer remember how to shape a dragon’s breath, a way of using the dragon’s magic. Without such training, the dragon presents a danger to Anequs’ family and friends. Her best hope is to leave her small island home and attend a dragoneer school run by the people who conquered and rule her land. Leaving her family and friends, Anequs must find her place among those who view her and her people as ignorant barbarians.
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Monsters, a deadly school, and students desperate to survive Graduation.
Another year in the school that’s built to torture, maim, traumatize, and preferably eat its students by means of magical monsters and similar hazards, while also being the safest place for said students. As expected, senior year is significantly worse than ever, where the school has it in for El, the students glimpse El’s own horrific capabilities, and El has to balance her precarious social life, which for her, is way more difficult than casting mass murder spells.
Read More The Last Graduate
Growing up can be tough, but life is a lot worse when teens growing in their magical abilities become tasty munchies to dangerous monsters. Centuries ago, the great magical minds built a school intended to keep their kids somewhat safer, or at least give them more of a chance. For better or worse, the teens are effectively locked in the school for several years until they Graduate or meet with a monstrous misfortune. They even let in some poor minorities. (Think chess pawns next to more important pieces on the board. Monster fodder.) El is one such grateful but negative, dark, powerful, sarcastic minority student. She’s powerful enough to protect herself from the worst monsters, but to graduate, she’ll need allies, something her sarcasm and negative attitude constantly manages to push away.
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Selena looked out for her two sisters ever since their parents died. Being the strongest & most powerful of her sisters, she took all the responsibility for their rebellious actions & looked out for them in every capacity. But there’s only so much a teen can do, and when her sister Alexandra exposes her magical abilities in a fit of rage, they end up in a school for supernaturals like themselves. But Selena and her sisters have many secrets to hide, not the least of which is that Selena is more powerful than she lets on, and has severe mental & control issues. Will Daizlei Academy be the right fit for Selena & her sisters, or will their secrets be too much even among their own kind?
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