Welcome to Ravenridge College.
Get drunk. Make stupid decisions. And kick serious interdimensional butt.
Petra Brightshade was under the impression that college meant going to, like, classes. But she was recruited to this “prestigious mage college” because she’s something called a primal. Her innate magic is uniquely suited to fighting monstrous creatures from another dimension. Those creatures are pouring through a breach in the fabric of the universe right into the college’s library.
Petra would rather carve the word “primal” into her own stomach than fight those freaking creatures. She’s been fighting them her whole life, and they haunt her nightmares.
But that hot gargoyle that recruited her said that she was pretty much the only hope to save the world. And he’s intriguingly straight-laced. She can’t help but want to loosen him up a bit. And it’s true that the other primals seem to subscribe to the philosophy, “Fight hard. Party harder.”
So, Petra’s in. She’s going to fight. As soon as she gets some coffee, that is.
While the writing doesn’t seem to draw me in, in an emotional or empathic way, the story is fun. I appreciate the world building. It has a mix of usual supernatural/mythical creatures, but gives them a unique twist, which makes the story & characters original. This was a quick & easy read that I wholly enjoyed.
I love how the characters were developed. The story was put together well a definite thumbs up 👍
I loved it. But I just happen to love this kinds of books and movies. I think you should give it a try. With everything that’s happening you never know whats going to come up.