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Sang Sorenson dreams of what life might be like for her in the Academy, but joining isn't as easy as simply writing an exam or passing an interview. She'll need to pull the team together to get them on her side in order for it to work, which is harder than it sounds. The boys will do anything to protect her, which, for some, means keeping her out.
But that's not all that's going on in Sang's complicated life. After a shocking revelation, Gabriel Coleman splinters himself off from everyone, avoiding not just his Academy team, but even going so far as to avoid Sang. Desperate to bring him back and get him on her side, Sang digs deep into his past to try to discover a way to reach out to him.
His truth is riddled with tragic events, but with the help of Kota, Victor, Silas, Nathan, Luke, and North, she might be able to reach out to him before envy and despair drag him too far down to be saved.
The Academy, Deeply Bonded
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By BCherry27 on 06-05-18
Sweet, beautiful and heartbreaking
Well this book was just full of revelations. Some exciting, some confusing, some overwhelming, and some heartbreaking.
Sang is trying so hard to figure out her feelings and to get closer with all the guys, all while trying not to make mistakes or say or do the wrong thing. But she’s just so naive and sheltered. She has such a good heart though. There’s probably not a better bunch of guys she could have become friends with. Hopefully, she’ll continue to work things out.
Natalie just gets better and better with her narration in this series! Great job!!
By Jenn on 01-02-18
Hurray for Audio book Edition!
Would you consider the audio edition of The Other Side of Envy to be better than the print version?
I would only because the audio edition allows me to get lost in the story if the narrator is any good, which this one was
Who was your favorite character and why?
I cant choose i love them all
What about Natalie Eaton’s performance did you like?
her emotions were conveyed perfectly in this book. I could really "feel" what Sang felt because she did so well.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
I own both audio and ebook edition of this book and while the ebook edition was awesome the audio edition I liked better.