The Veritas Project team has a new assignment: To find the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of two runaways. Nightmare Academy is a great thriller with a realistic look at right and wrong.
He was once a normal fifteen-year-old boy. He had a name, a family, a school, and a life-and he thought he knew something. But that boy, and that time, and that life, have become . . . nothing. His whole mind seems to have been erased.
There's no boy here anymore. No knowledge, no thought, no reason. Nothing but terror, endlessly repeating cycles of it, layer upon layer, in swirling sounds, images, and sensations. Now he only stares into nothingness and whispers two ominous words: Nightmare Academy.
The Springfield twins-Elijah and Elisha-go undercover, posing as runaways. What happens next will keep readers on the edge of their seats as the twins end up in a strange academy where Truth is continually challenged, a gang-like war develops, and Elijah is taken to an ominous mansion from which no one has ever returned.
Great sequel| Posted July 16, 2009
There were some really unexpected twists in here. What seems like a paradise to these runaways suddenly turns into a nightmare. Frank Peretti did an excellent job on this and I hope he makes a sequel to this as well.
Mind Twisting| Posted October 08, 2008
This book kept me guessing until the end. It was amazing how everything worked out. I'm a total fan of scifi/fiction and it's just so much better when it's christian and has a good message!
Good book :)| Posted February 26, 2008
This book was great. Showing the why we need morals in our world. I never read Hangman's Curse, but I still followed this book pretty well. There was a few times where Peretti's style confused me, but not much. It was a very enjoyable book and I'd recommend it to you. You may or may not want to read Hangman's Curse first. It wasn't a big problem for me, but the previous reviewer seemed to think it was needed.