#BookReview: Paranormal University by Jace Mitchell and Michael Anderle 3/5 Stars

Book 4. Last one! Was going to take a bit of a break from the series but, someone hit a pole somewhere and the town’s out of internet. Might as well keep going.

Ok so Andrew was crazy before he got the powers, why am I not surprised? Cool character development plot: he went crazy after getting the powers. It like messed with his head and he started seeing this woman that doesn’t exist…but nope, he was cookoo beforehand.

Y’all done brought Gojira into this! Still no Cthulu!

Hades didn’t go up against Claire. He sent the 5 and stood in a corner to get shot.

Why does the school need protecting is this is what they have been training for? Ladies and gentlemen D-Day has arrived. Those students are now soldiers. Gear up and ship them out.

Absolutely none of the dean’s little speech, after Claire asks why Frank doesn’t come to her, has any relevance. The world being black and white or areas filled with grey does not explain why Frank can’t come to her. How hard is it to say “FBI won’t let him” or “safer to move you than him” anything would make more sense than the world isn’t black and white anymore.

Really? No one thought taking over the white house was too big of a job for a college student?

Here’s a thought that always works: issue a statement “bring me the girl or I release the god of war into the world.” She’ll be there within a day.

Sam’s not even there, she is a non issue. No one cares about Sam.

Falkor has a tail…it can be used to swipe away his footprints…just saying.

Hades carries a pitchfork not a spear.

Done. I’m not sure if I was lazy with this one, or just didn’t feel like I needed to rehash as many things, because I feel like this one is a lot shorter than the rest. 

Overall series comment, I think my biggest issue is it promises a school type setting, but not much is spent in or around the school. All but one class is glossed over, and even that one is not much more than a teacher picking on the students. We’re told the MC and her friends are the best, but there is no rivalry between the others or seeing anything of them at all. They may as well not exist. It was good, but again could have been so much better if a third of the potholes were fixed. If everything was fleshed out more it could have been epic. In general, it was somewhat entertaining, but not enough that I would recommend the series.

Published by Courtney M. Wendleton

I'm an author with an associate's in psychology. Interested in a lot of different things, and love controversy. The more controversial the better, but that's not all I'm interested in. Can be a bit confusing at times, but that's normal!

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