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    Great story

    Julie Moffett has brought us back to the world of Lexi Carmichael and Slash. This time, we are back at Excalibur Academy and Angel Sinclair is our reluctant heroine. With two. Ew friends, she forms White Knights (their updated and tech savvy version of a Scooby Gang). Together, they are outwitting spies and schemers. A great addition to the Lexi Carmichael world. I eagerly await the next two books.
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    Great additon to the Lexi world

    I wasn't sure if I'd enjoy this story, as I love the Lexi books and didn't know if it could measure up, but I was pleasantly surprised! Really enjoyed learning more about Angel and her skills. She's no ordinary 16 year old! Looking forward to the next books in this series to see how the rest of the story plays out.
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    I loved it

    "I am speechless. Purely and utterly speechless. Not only is the main character of White Knights a geek, she is relatable. in most books that have a geek girl as a main character, they usually end up with some hot guy and the book is based around that. I loved that in white knights, angel doesn't get a guy and suddenly become drop dead gorgeous, and thats one of the many things i loved about her. You gave me a geeky character and throughout the book she stayed a geek. (YAY) Angel doesn't need a guy to make her a good character. I loved the part where she and Frankie pretend to fangirl. Frankies confusion was hilarious. Basically I think this book is the best thing since sliced bread." Grace (aged 14)
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