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All For The Game (3 Book Series)

All For The Game (3 Book Series) By Nora Sakavic All For The Game Book Series From Book Neil Josten is the newest addition to the Palmetto State University Exy team He s short he s fast he s got a ton of potential and he s the runaway son of the murderous crime lord known a

  • Title: All For The Game (3 Book Series)
  • Author: Nora Sakavic
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • All For The Game (3 Book Series) By Nora Sakavic From Book 1 Neil Josten is the newest addition to the Palmetto State University Exy team He s short, he s fast, he s got a ton of potential and he s the runaway son of the murderous crime lord known as The Butcher.Signing a contract with the PSU Foxes is the last thing a guy like Neil should do The team is high profile and he doesn t need sports crews broadcasting pictuFrom Book 1 Neil Josten is the newest addition to the Palmetto State University Exy team He s short, he s fast, he s got a ton of potential and he s the runaway son of the murderous crime lord known as The Butcher.Signing a contract with the PSU Foxes is the last thing a guy like Neil should do The team is high profile and he doesn t need sports crews broadcasting pictures of his face around the nation His lies will hold up only so long under this kind of scrutiny and the truth will get him killed.But Neil s not the only one with secrets on the team One of Neil s new teammates is a friend from his old life, and Neil can t walk away from him a second time Neil has survived the last eight years by running Maybe he s finally found someone and something worth fighting for.
    All For The Game (3 Book Series) By Nora Sakavic

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    1. Bitchie on said:

      This is going to be a review of the whole series, because I really don t think you can read any part of it as a stand alone It takes place over the course of one school year, and you can t just jump in, and unless you really didn t like book 1, you really can t just stop, either.Let me start off by saying that this series reads quite a lot like fanfiction in particular one of those really long, epic, angsty, over the top fanfics SO much happens over the course of this year, and it s all way over [...]

    2. Annika on said:

      this is my absolute favourite thing in the entire world if you want proof if anyone says neil or the number 10 i burst into sobs there s your proof

    3. Lea on said:

      I started reading this not expecting much, since i am not into sports AT ALL But I was hooked since the first page and the the book progresses the harder it gets to put it down.The characters are some of the most special people i have ever read about and it s been months since i read this series but they still haunt me In a good way This series taught me a lot and i read it only within a few days it s one of the best stories i have ever read

    4. Sam on said:

      I m writing a second review here for the series after finishing the books for the 3rd time in 6th months Honestly this is the best series i ve ever read and i seriously doubt anything will ever beat it The characters are so well written they all have such different backgrounds and their personalities and behaviours reflect that so well throughout the series The consistency in the characters is impressive given the number of events in this book and the author details tiny reactions in a way which [...]

    5. Isa Jansen on said:

      Since I ve been rereading these books again this week I want to write about my reasons to have such a strong attachment to these three, because this messy story about broken kids making a family has found a deep place in my heart The first time I read these I was in a very dark place I remember not really liking the first book but it was exciting and fast paced so I continued The second two pulled me in completely and I couldn t stop reading even though it was very hard for me Around that time t [...]

    6. Riza on said:

      I am so emotionally invested in this series Neil and Andrew are are characters I ll never forget.

    7. Vi on said:

      So bad in a good way So good in a bad way I couldn t actually recommend this series to anyone the writing is pretty weak, the plot is frequently outlandish to the point of absurdity, it takes until the second book to reassure readers that the residential, so called sociopathic character is not just crazy to be crazy make the book edgy but man if you like reading gratuitous trauma like I like reading gratuitous trauma I d classify this as a guilty pleasure.

    8. Jeslyn on said:

      i jumped into this series knowing nothing it was on my to read list for a long time but i never got to reading it until one of my real life friends finally forced me to so i read it and fell in love the characters face a lot of problems in health and in relationships that people often oversee now the series took place in 2006 the foxes are survivors and i loved that although i think andrew is slightly overrated and the rest of the foxes are slightly overlooked specifically the upperclassmen i k [...]

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