The First Assignment

The First Assignment by Billy Kramer is a fantastic addition to the young adult fantasy genre. The plot contains a new and exciting take on the paranormal genre and centers around Shawn Turner, who wakes up in a wooden cell without understanding how his whole life has changed. Soon, he learns that through unexpected circumstances, he is part of an underground “Wayward Academy.” Through a series of dramatic and sometimes dangerous adventures, Shawn discovers secrets surrounding the school and explores more throughout his training, with surprising findings.

I found the author’s writing style exciting, and it captures the essence of what it means to be a young adult facing challenges. The plot is clearly developed and will absorb readers of all ages, and Kramer creates many different storylines between the protagonists while focusing on Shawn’s academy experience. It’s an exciting story that follows Shawn’s escapades, including fast-paced action, betrayal, thrill, and unexpected twists.

The First Assignment by Billy Kramer is a solid 5-star read and a great piece of literature, whether you’re a fan of young adult fiction or new to the genre. I promise you will not be disappointed by the adventures of the “Wayward Academy,” Shawn, and the other characters in the thrilling universe surrounding them. The author expertly crafted a fantastic world with riveting lore and amazingly eccentric characters that will pull you in for an excellent read. It’s a book I highly recommend.

Pages 328 | ASIN B0BLYV69MD

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