✻ Exorcising Aaron Nguyen (The Millroad Academy Exorcists, #1) Author Lauren Harris – Girlnailart.us

Exorcising Aaron Nguyen (The Millroad Academy Exorcists, #1) The Murder Of Millroad Catholic Academy S Resident Genius, Aaron Nguyen, Shuts Down Student Life At The Boarding School In Rural North Carolinafor About A Week With The Resilience Of Youth, The Student Body Bounces Back, And The Memory Of Murder Is Nothing But A Streamer Of Caution Tape Fluttering In The Breeze Unfortunately For Them, Aaron S Spirit Has Some Resilience As Well The School Priest S Exorcism Fails, And Before Long Aaron Is Breathing Chills Down The Students Necks And Hurling Bunsen Burners At Nuns.Georgia Collins Doesn T Give A Shit About Ghosts All She Wants Is A Story To Prove Her Underground School News Blog Is Than A Gossip Column, Closure On Her One Sided Relationship With Her Best Friend Hiroki, And A Vanilla Latte She Wasn T Expecting Aaron Nguyen S Death To Be Anything Than A Cold Spot In The Science Hall, But Since Hiroki Has The Curse Of Spectral Sight, He Is The Only Person Who Can See And Speak To Aaron.As The Ghost S Demands For Attention Become Increasingly Violent, Hiroki Decides That Aaron Isn T Likely To Budge Until His Killers Are Caught, So He Recruits Georgia To Help Him Investigate The Crime Still Hoping For Spontaneous Romantic Combustion, She Agrees To Help Bring Aaron S Murderers To Justice And Set The Vengeful Spirit Freebut It S Not Quite The Close Encounter She S Hoping For.

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10 thoughts on “Exorcising Aaron Nguyen (The Millroad Academy Exorcists, #1)

  1. says:

    Did I like this book No, I didn t I absolutely LOVED it Lauren Harris spins a tale of mystery, murder and ghosts, woven in with just the perfect amount of humor With chapter headings like, A Kick in the Head is Better than Nun , and Splat on a Hot Tin Roof , I can tell you that the humor in this book is spot on I loved the story line and also how Lauren shows that you don t have to be a stick thin Barbie doll to be totally freaking awesome Exorcising Aaron Nguyen is a quick read, but a g Did I like this book No, I didn t I absolutely LOVED it Lauren Harris spins a tale of mystery, murder and ghosts, woven in with just the perfect amount of humor With chapter headings like, A Kick in the Head is Better than Nun , and Splat on a Hot Tin Roof , I can tell you that the humor in this book is spot on I loved the story line and also how Lauren shows that you don t have to be a stick thin Barbie doll to be totally freaking awesome Exorcising Aaron Nguyen is a quick read, but a great one I h...

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    I m not a native North Carolinian, but I ve been here since I was thirteen When I saw that Lauren had a book coming out that takes place in this fair state, I was interested in giving it a look When I understood what it was about I was eveninterested I m a big fan of modern fantasy and I know that Lauren is a talented creative.One of the things that I m always on the lookout for is a book that features a strong female lead I felt pretty sure I d find that here, and I wasn t d...

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    nobody does pointless, small minded cruelty like high school students They haven t put up the comforting wall of lies that allows them to interact with the outside world yet This is a lesson Exorcising Aaron Nguyen understands well.A briskly plotted ghost story murder mystery where the real horror is high school, Lauren captures the weird cliquishness to the point of cultishness and casual brutality of that age perfectly You re thrown right in, details are provided later, and sparingly, nobody does pointless, small minded cruelty like high school students They haven t put up the comforting wall of lies that allows them to interact with the outside world yet This is a lesson Exorcising Aaron Nguyen understands well.A briskly plotted ghost story murder mystery where the real horror is high school, Lauren captures the weird cliquishness to the point of cultishness and casual brutality of that age perfectly You re thrown right in, details are provided later, and sparingly, and the result is a brisk, compu...

  4. says:

    I liked how flat out unapologetic Georgia was I feel like her attitude and way of behaving was very realistic for many teens that I have known as a teacher It was humorous as well As a chubby girl myself, I love that she knew to make use of her best feature s by wearing v necked shirts, and she wasn t shy about it I also like how she grew by the end of the story, figuring out what kind of feelings she really had for Hiroki It was done in such a perfect, genuine, realistic way I look forwa I liked how flat out unapologetic Georgia was I feel like her attitude and way of behaving was very realistic for many teens that I have known as a teacher It was humorous as well As a chubby girl myself, I love that she knew to make use of he...

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    I think I like audiobooks in first person, at least from Lauren Harris here, because I felt like I m right there with Georgia We see her gifted best friend, Hiroki, through Georgia s eyes We work with Hiroki through the case to help Aaron move on, and solve the murder mystery.A ghost story with diverse characters The characters here are not the perfect images but they are the image of the REAL people we are Diverse in visual description and pe...

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    At 107 pages, I have to say I didn t have high hopes for Lauren Harris to be able to draw me into the characters and their journeys I expected a rushed or weak story But then again, I m not big on short stories They frustrate me, constantly leaving me wantingwith no hopes of getting it.Needless to say, I was pretty happy to discover this is a series From the first chapter nay, from the clever chapter titles Ex What s a Little Murder Between Friends , Georgia s voice captures you S At 107 pages, I have to say I didn t have high hopes for Lauren Harris to be able to draw me into the characters and their journeys I expected a rushed or weak story But then again, I m not big on short stories They frustrate me, constantly leaving me wantingwith no hopes of getting it.Needless to say, I was pretty happy to discover this is a series From the first chapter nay, from the clever chapter titles Ex What s a Little Murder Between Friends , Georgia s voice captures you She s snarky without going overboard, edgy without being the typical rebellious teenager, and has baggage without being emo And she s very much so reluctant to embark on this adventure of solving a murder with the best friend boy she pines over, Hiroki.Hiroki sees the world thr...

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    I don t have a lot of free time on my hands, so I rarely volunteer to write a review in exchange for a book But the incredibly well written blurb for Exorcising Aaron Nguyen grabbed my attention and the book itself didn t disappoint.There are so many things to like about this book a hilarious female protag, a somewhat unique take on afterlife mythology, amusing observations on Catholic school Brother Whatawaste practically had me on the floor , Star Trek references, and a dynamic duo that mor I don t have a lot of free time on my hands, so I rarely volunteer to write a review in exchange for a book But the incredibly well written blurb for Exorcising Aaron Nguyen grabbed my attention and the book itself didn t disappoint.There are so many things to like about this book a hilarious fe...

  8. says:

    Fantastic read From the very beginning, this book drew me in With clever one liners and an honest, relatable heroine, this story progresses smoothly through the events following the death of and subsequent haunting from a student The characters are well constructed and easy to connect with, the pacing is fast and even, and the plot manages to avoid pitfalls of cliches, instead progressing as a wonderful, focused storyline The story breaks tradition in all the good ways I do feel there wer Fantastic read From the very beginning, this book drew me in With...

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    What I liked the story is full of diverse characters who seemed very real and which was refreshing to see Georgia came across as a strong female lead character but still maintained some flaws and insecurities Hiroki was an intriguing character with his supernatural abilities the author packed a lot into a short number of pages which didn t seem to detract from the story at all.What I didn t like the storyline was not what I had thought it would be I couldn t empathise with any of the cha What I liked the story is full of diverse characters who seemed very real and which was refreshing to see Georgia came across as a strong female lead character but still maintained some flaws and insecurities Hiroki was an intriguing character with his supernatural abilities the author packed a lot into a short number of pages which didn t seem to detract from the story at all.What I didn t like the st...

  10. says:

    received copy of book in exchange for honest review I liked this book, but it seemed almost like a clip or scene from a bigger story I would have loved it if it were longer and big novel telling usabout Georgia who I loved and how she came to the school and met Hiroki and all that jazz and then I want to know what happened between her and Bishop and the other...

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