Incident 27

Incident Ev Bannen is in his second year at Divine Protector Academy the world s only school for gods Things are even going well in his relationship with the lovely Maya Br nhart But suddenly a village in t

  • Title: Incident 27
  • Author: Scott Kinkade
  • ISBN: 9781516911929
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ev Bannen is in his second year at Divine Protector Academy , the world s only school for gods Things are even going well in his relationship with the lovely Maya Br nhart But suddenly, a village in the Tru Republic is attacked by refghasts Ev and friends arrive just in time to fight them off, but then Ev is approached by a mysterious man The man reveals a dark secretEv Bannen is in his second year at Divine Protector Academy , the world s only school for gods Things are even going well in his relationship with the lovely Maya Br nhart But suddenly, a village in the Tru Republic is attacked by refghasts Ev and friends arrive just in time to fight them off, but then Ev is approached by a mysterious man The man reveals a dark secret about Ev s past a secret the Academy has been keeping from him With everything he knows suddenly called into question, Ev must decide where his loyalties lie as he embarks on a journey to activate the ultimate Artifact from the Tower of Babel But running afoul of Zero Grade might be the least of his problems when the Academy s elite decide to expel him permanently.

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    1. Incident 27 by Scott Kinkade is simply "electric", as it blends the paranormal with mythology, and action with suspense. Ev Bannen is back at school and set in a clever fantasy world of a school for Gods! It's number two in the Divine Protector Series, so I would suggest reading book number one first - 'God School'. But before you run away screaming in horror at the prospect of another fantasy/adventure, let me explain. This story is about people, people that are trying to figure out about thems [...]

    2. God School. Easy read. Interesting premise and likable characters. Having used names and mythos familiar made it easier to understand the characters without a lot of background information

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