Nightschool: The Weirn Books, Vol. 1
Schools may lock up for the night, but class is in session for an entirely different set of students. In the Nightschool, vampires, werewolves, and weirns (a particular breed of witches) learn the fundamentals of everything from calculus to spell casting. Alex is a young weirn whose education has... show more
Schools may lock up for the night, but class is in session for an entirely different set of students. In the Nightschool, vampires, werewolves, and weirns (a particular breed of witches) learn the fundamentals of everything from calculus to spell casting. Alex is a young weirn whose education has always been handled through homeschooling, but circumstances seem to be drawing her closer to the Nightschool. Will Alex manage to weather the dark forces gathering?
Publish date: April 21st 2009
Publisher: Yen Press
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: Nightschool: The Weirn Books (#1)
On the one hand, there were a lot of things I liked about this volume. On the other hand, I was right when I predicted that I would probably be disappointed by the series' ending. I'll start off with the stuff I liked. By this point in the series, the artwork had really grown on me. I first finishe...
One volume away from the end of the series, and there is still lots of stuff going on. I suspect I'm going to be really disappointed by volume 4. A few things didn't make much sense. Like the magical circle bit, which took up several pages and didn't seem to show readers much that wasn't better expl...
I found the first and second volumes of this series at a used bookstore and snatched them up. Although I never fell in love with Chmakova's Dramacon the way some others did, I liked it well enough. I enjoy fantasy and was interested in seeing how well she'd handle a switch to a new genre. Although ...
Enjoyable short series. What starts out as a seemingly long and epic plotline is tidily finished off in four volumes. The characters all seem very interesting, but this works more as an introduction to the universe rather than a fully satisfying story in itself. We meet a lot of people, and want ...
A manga about a school for paranormals, and a young 'weirn' (witch) girl who would rather not have anything to do with it, but circumstances.Still early stages for this story, but nice artwork, obviously complex worldbuilding. A ton of characters. Not completely caught up in it yet, but more than ...