This tense gripping thriller is The Secret History for the YA set!
When everyone is lying, who can you trust? Allie Sheridan's world is falling apart. She hates her school. Her brother has run away from home. And she's just been arrested. Again.
This time her parents have finally had enough. They cut her off from her friends and send her away to a boarding school for problem teenagers. But Cimmeria Academy is no ordinary school. It allows no computers or phones. Its students are an odd mixture of the gifted, the tough and the privileged. And then there's the secretive Night School, whose activities other students are forbidden even to watch.
When Allie is attacked one night the school begins to seem like a very dangerous place, Allie must learn who she can trust. And what's really going on at Cimmeria Academy.
Fiesty Allie Sheridan's behavious has landed her a one-way ticket to Cimmeria Academy, but she's absolutely loving it! The reason is that it's full of misfits just like her, including a really cute one called Carter. BUt when her classmate Ruth is killed, Allie decides to investigate - even if it means going to the off-limits Night School - Teen Now
A chilling, nerve racking, nail biting thriller that left me wanting more. I can't wait for book two! - Serendipity Reviews
Christi Daugherty's debut is an enigma in itself. It's mystery and intrigue blended into one delectable book that will make you jump, make you weary, make you cautious and make you think of who to trust, who to believe and who to turn to if you want to stay alive. An addictive, spine chilling, thriller! With a plot filled with surprise at every turn of the page and striking characters, Night School is a one of a kind read. Definitely a highly refreshing read for 2012! - Amaterasu Reads
This book is a real gem, one in which I was desperate to read more and more - to unravel all of this story's mysteries and intrigues and it's definitely left me wanting MORE. Wonderful book, one I highly recommend! - Fluttering Butterflies
C. J. Daugherty was 22 when she saw her first dead body. Although she left the world of crime reporting to edit travel books instead, she never lost her fascination with what it is that drives some people to do awful things. And about the kinds of people who try to stop them. Night School is the product of that fascination.