Books about supernatural boarding schools

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paranormal academys, boarding schools, schools and camps. (104 books)

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High School Romance Supernatural

I have a problem: I hate the end of August. Growing up, I would be filled with dread as the weeks passed in August. I tried to fake it and get into new school supplies and a new wardrobe, but in the end, no shiny folders or awesome sneakers could quell the anxiety inside of me for the first day of school. As years passed, I thought I would grow out of being grumpy at the end of August, but to this day I still get down this time of year even though I no longer attend school. This got me thinking, perhaps if I had attended some of the schools I have read about in teen literature—those that have a supernatural twist—then maybe I would have liked back to school time just a little bit more… and maybe I would have even looked forward to starting a new school year. If you are like me and feeling like a big bummer right now because it is back to school time, then check out some of the books I have listed below.

No fictional boarding school currently in print surpasses Hogwarts for sheer wonder, but there are plenty of other good ones out there, too.
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Beneath the Sugar Sky , the third novella in Seanan McGuire's excellent Wayward Children series, is out this week, giving me the perfect opportunity to write about one of my favorite fantasy subgenres: the magical boarding school story. Here are nine fantasy books that use the magical boarding school setting to help tell their story Check out more of Cai's work for the Wayward Children series over at Tor.

Beneath the Sugar Sky , the third novella in Seanan McGuire's excellent Wayward Children series, is out this week, giving me the perfect opportunity to write about one of my favorite fantasy subgenres: the magical boarding school story. Here are nine fantasy books that use the magical boarding school setting to help tell their story Check out more of Cai's work for the Wayward Children series over at Tor. The novellas of Wayward Children , the series from Seanan McGuire, are examples of smart, affecting fantasy stories that both tells its own story and uses that story to comment on the genre in clever, subversive ways. Narnia's Pevensies or Wonderland's Alice would be great candidates, for example. When children start to turn up murdered, the children have a mystery to solve. The second installment, Down Among the Sticks and Bones , tells the story of Jack and Jill—how they ended up in their fantasy world, and what led to them getting kicked out.

1 thoughts on “paranormal academys, boarding schools, schools and camps. (104 books)

  1. If you like us are simply going through the motions of everyday life while you secretly wait for your acceptance owl from Hogwarts to arrive, then you like us are probably always game for a good boarding school story.

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