Fallen Academy: Year Two
Leia Stone
Urban Fantasy

Family is everything to Brielle, so when she learns about an opportunity to free her mother from Demon City, she takes it. No matter how dangerous, Brielle will do anything to unite her family in Angel City. All is going according to plan, until her brother’s awakening ceremony. What he is… it shocks everyone, and he’s sent away until he can get his powers under control. 

Then Brielle loses someone precious to her and goes to great lengths to get them back, lengths Lincoln doesn’t agree with. He thinks Brielle is too much of a risk taker, too wild, and all he can do is try his best to protect her. But with untold powers rising inside of her, Brielle might go to a place that no one can bring her back from. Not even Lincoln. 

Brielle needs to learn to fight the darkness that threatens to take her over, because little by little, she’s losing her light. 

Uncaged Review: In this second installment, we see more action, more character development and even better understanding of the world since the war. Brielle is advancing her powers and her brother Mikey is coming up to his Awakening ceremony. When she finds a way that she could possibly get her mother free from being a slave, she will risk her life to try.
This book is more action packed than book one, and the romance (clean) between Lincoln and Brielle continues to grow and mature. The one thing that I hated was the crappy ending, even the author apologizes in the notes at the back.

On a whole, this is a great action-packed book and a good addition to the urban fantasy libraries. Reviewed by Cyrene

4.5 Stars