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New American Library, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
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Protecting Chicago from the dark side of life can be an exhausting job, especially when you're in high school. So when the girls of St. Sophia's start gearing up for Sneak, their fall formal, Lily decides to take a break from fighting to get ready for the event. But when a Reaper unexpectedly crashes the party prep and Lily's firespell fails, she realizes that she has a much bigger problem than a full social calendar...

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Review: Charmfall (Dark Elite #3)

User Review  - Kym Hare - Goodreads 2.5 Stars! This is going to be hard to review simply because I have found myself in a little bit of a book funk lately it happens sometimes and I just seem to be ... Read full review

Review: Charmfall (The Dark Elite #3)

User Review  - Coryn - Goodreads

Juvenile. That's why I'm giving this book a 2. It's readable, the plot is good enough, but it seems better suited for readers in their early teens. There's not a lot of originality in terms of the ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Chloe Neill is the author of the Dark Elite novels and the Chicagoland Vampire series. She lives in the Midwest.

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