Series: The Academy

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The Academy (Italian Edition) by Amelia Drake1
Introductions (The Academy) (Volume 1) by C L Stone1
Meeting Sang: Kota by C L Stone1.1
The Academy 2 (Italian Edition) by Amelia Drake2
First Days (The Academy) (Volume 2) by C L Stone2
The academy: 3 by Amelia Drake3
Friends vs. Family (The Ghost Bird, #3) by C L Stone3
Forgiveness and Permission (The Ghost Bird Series) (Volume 4) by C L Stone4
Ghost Bird: The Academy Omnibus Part 1: Books One - Four by C L StoneOmnibus 1-4
Drop of Doubt (The Academy) (Volume 5) by C L Stone5
Push and Shove (The Ghost Bird, #6) by C L Stone6
House of Korba (The Academy) (Volume 7) by C L Stone7
Touch of Mischief: A Ghost Bird Series Halloween Short Story (The Ghost Bird Series Book 7) by C L Stoneshort story - 7.5
The Other Side of Envy (The Ghost Bird, #8) by C L Stone8
The Healing Power of Sugar (The Academy) (Volume 9) by C L Stone9
Sound of Snowfall: A Ghost Bird Series Winter Short Story (The Academy) by C L Stoneshort story - 9.1
First Kiss (The Academy) (Volume 10) by C L Stone10
Black and Green (The Ghost Bird, #11) by C L Stone11

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Also known as "The Ghost Bird Series"

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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