Nocturnal Academy 7 - School of Thought by Ethan Somerville

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In the sequel to Nocturnal Academy 6, two groups are in a desperate race against time to stop the evil demon lord Oradhur from reaching the Nocturnal Academy’s echo on the Astral Plane and stealing the Da Vinci Codex.

Alice, Madam Nocturna, Lord Eldritch, Marco the Hunter and Andre make up one team, and they are closely followed by Abbacus, Longenfang, Toby and Carla. Both parties contain some of the Nocturnal Academy’s most powerful individuals and are confident they can defeat one possessed human.

But Oradhur is a formidable mage with his own powerful spells as well as his victim’s abilities, and manages to elude both groups. He reaches the Astral Academy and breaks inside, leading his pursuers through the echo school’s convoluted defence mechanisms.

Alice, Toby, Carla and Andre find themselves face to face with the monster that once tried to invade their school through its computer system. Can they defeat this evil being before he gets his talons on one of the most powerful spellbooks in existence?

Also available:
Nocturnal Academy
Nocturnal Academy 2 – Teacher’s Pet
Nocturnal Academy 3 – Immaterial Girl
Nocturnal Academy 4 – the Supernatural Circus
Nocturnal Academy 5 - Mage Against the Machine
Nocturnal Academy 6 – The Da Vinci Codex
Nocturnal Academy 8 - The Lonely House
Nocturnal Academy 9 - Mirror Mirror
Nocturnal Academy 10 - The Nightmare Games
Nocturnal Academy 11 - Tunguska

Nocturnal Academy Omnibus – Books 1-3

Nocturnal University 1 - Higher Learning

Also by Ethan Somerville for younger readers:
Lockout, an action-packed futuristic adventure about teenagers who discover they have psychic powers.

By Ethan Somerville and Emma Daniels for teenagers:
Return to Atlantis, an exciting sci-fi romance about a girl who falls in love with a rock star who is really an exiled Atlantean rebel.

Dicing with the Universe: an exciting cyberpunk action-adventure for teenagers and young adults spanning three different time periods.

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Published August 22, 2012 by Storm Publishing. 177 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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