Part “Harry Potter”, part “13 Reasons Why” and part “Twilight”
Slaying A Harpy: Tales Of Curtis Hall by L.A. Matthies

Slaying a Harpy: Tales of Curtis Hall

by L.A. Matthies
5.0 stars – 3 reviews
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Tristen and his two best friends, Billy and Sasha, transferred to Curtis Hall so their parents could enjoy peace of mind and know that their kids would receive the best education while escaping the messy, complicated teen world of their hometown of Hibernia, New Jersey, a half hour away. Little did their parents realize that although their boys had received lacrosse scholarships to an incredibly prestigious school rivaling even the most extravagant college campuses, they now had stumbled onto its secrets as well.

Starting to fit in at the elite boarding school, the teens find themselves faced with an even more imposing threat than the immortal vampires who have befriended them. Danger looms around every corner as one of the trio is cursed by the harpys mind control. One is blinded by inexplicable love for the deadly creature, and the third is forced to train as a hunter in the hopes of saving his friends.

Tristen and Marcellas love blooms as she and her vampire crew recruit Tristen and his friends to find a way to outsmart, battle, and hopefully, conquer this powerful mythological beast posing a devastating threat to her and her vampire family.

Will Marcellas greatest nemesis, her own brother, Pietro, aid the factions cause or side with the harpy to destroy his sister? Can the skill and experience of a battle legend be enough to equip the young humans with the strength they need to defeat the harpys curse?

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