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“Hex Hall” by Rachel Hawkins

Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins is the first book in the Hex Hall series, a young adult paranormal romance novel about a powerful witch named Sophie Mercer who is sent to a magical reform school after her powers are discovered.

It’s a thrilling journey of self-discovery and adventure, full of powerful magical creatures, secrets, and danger.

Plot Summary

Hex Hall follows the story of Sophie Mercer, a powerful witch whose powers are discovered by accident and she is sent to a reform school for magical creatures – Hex Hall.

At Hex Hall, Sophie finds out that she is not alone and that there are other supernatural creatures like vampires, fairies, and shapeshifters. She quickly makes friends with the other students and gets to know the school’s secrets.

But when Sophie discovers a dark secret about the school, she must use her powers to protect her friends and fight the dark forces that threaten to destroy Hex Hall.


The main character of Hex Hall is Sophie Mercer, a powerful witch who is sent to a magical reform school. Sophie is a strong, determined character who is determined to learn more about her powers and to protect her friends.

  • Other characters include Archer Cross, a mysterious vampire who is determined to protect Sophie
  • Elodie, a fairy with a unique and vibrant personality
  • and the other students of Hex Hall, who each have their own unique powers and personalities.

Writing Style

Rachel Hawkins’ writing style is engaging and entertaining. The story is full of action, suspense, and adventure and Hawkins’ writing style makes it easy to get sucked into the world of Hex Hall.

Her characters are realistically flawed and it is easy to connect with them and cheer them on in their journeys.


Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins is a great read for young adult readers who enjoy paranormal romance. With its fast-paced plot, engaging characters, and thrilling adventure, it is sure to keep readers hooked until the very end.

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