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Joel Cranston shouldn't exist. He just doesn't know that yet. He's lived a pretty normal life for the last sixteen years. If you consider being almost seven feet tall and good at about every sport you've ever played normal. Normal ends the day Newstead shows up with an invitation to come to their school.
Newstead is a private school in Central Vermont by the Green Mountains. It's a great place to hide a few hundred people who shouldn't exist while you train them to be tomorrow's rulers, tomorrow's dictators, tomorrow's gods.
Rachel Newell thinks she's just passing through. She never stays any place more than four months, and with Newstead so close to Weston, she has even more reason to make this her shortest stop ever. The last thing she expects is to have a reason to stay.
Together Rachel and Joel uncover the truth behind what is
the newstead project.
|Title||:||The Newstead Project|
|Number of Pages||:||396 pages|
May 03, 2013
The Newstead Project is Melanie Schulz’s debut novel and the first installment in a trilogy. This is a fascinating premise for a story, and after reading, I’m curious where it’s all going and eagerly await the next book in the series.
Ms. Schulz’s writing pulled me in from the first chapter, and e...
December 13, 2015
When super-athletic Joel receives a scholarship to little known school, Newstead, he apprehensively accepts, only to find himself in a place of unnerving tension where mystery clouds everything that happens at the school. In his new hometown, Joel meets Rachel, a girl who he grows very...
May 16, 2013
"And all the others together with them took unto themselves wives, and each chose for himself one, and they began to go in unto them and to defile themselves with them, and they taught them charms and enchantments, and the cutting of roots, and made them acquainted with plants. 2. And they became...
May 02, 2013
Melanie Schulz…thank you for providing me with an ecopy of your book in trade for an honest review, for this blog tour. Honestly, I had read the synopsis some time ago and when it came time to read the book, I had forgotten what it was about and was pleasantly surprised. For those who are fans of...
May 09, 2013
I remember reading the premise of this book and thinking – wow, that sounds like something I would really like. My initial feelings aren’t always right, but this time they were right on. I come from a family of very tall people – not 7 feet tall, but the average for the men is 6’4 – 6’7, and the...
May 15, 2013
**ORIGINALLY ON READ-A-HOLICZ, HERE!**
3.5 STARS: Going into this story I was intrigued by the story plot. I mean kids that shouldn't exist and then there getting trained to "be tomorrow's rulers, tomorrow's dictators, tomorrow's gods" Um, wait for it...*Mind Blown* I really liked this concept and...
January 09, 2014
Giving this one a 3.5.
Newstead project was so refreshing in that I've never read anything like it. There's something to be said for originality. It's a paranormal without vampires- finally! The biblical twists are good too. Not too much, but enough to season it. The Nephilim premise was a good on...
May 24, 2013
When Joel Cranston receives a full scholarship to Newstead, an elite boarding school, the opportunity seems too good to be true…especially when Joel’s inner voice warns him to stay away. When Joel arrives at Newstead, he is surprised to find that the all-male student body is like him – large, mus...
May 17, 2013
This story is an interesting fantasy story. First have Joel who is a large boy, who loves sports and is invited to attend Newstead. He lives alone with his mother and has never met his father. Then we meet Rachel who lives with her cousin and Aunt and seems to move around a LOT.
This book had a fe...
May 16, 2013
The Newstead Project by Melanie Schulz was kind of slow and very mysterious. Mysterious to the point where it made it hard to understand what was going on or why. The first person you meet is Joel. Joel lives with his mom in a rundown apartment and he doesn’t know his father or who he is. He isn...