(Sur)real by Melissa Haag

(Sur)real

By Melissa Haag

  • Release Date: 2017-11-14
  • Genre: Paranormal
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Description

My sisters hate their gifts, but they don’t know how lucky they are.  They have a home and family. I have nothing.  But, I am Courage, and I know my purpose. I exist for one reason only: to complete the Judgement.

Olivia is blind, yet sees. And what she sees, she keeps to herself. Her father conspires for control while Olivia does her own plotting with forces that only she understands. Now, time is running out, and choices that will impact the world must be made.

Reviews

  • Easily the best writing Melissa Haag has ever done!

    5
    By Book Butterfly Reviews
    So I think you'll find that not many reviews for this book will be long because we, the worshippers of the series, are terrified to ruin a single aspect of this book. So unlike most of my reviews, I am going to keep this relatively short and sweet. If you have been following along with the series, you know that this is the mothership of all books. We have seen the other Judgements stories, and their mates stories in the companion series. This book deviates a little in the sense that it tells the story from the point of view from not one, not two, but several main characters (I wont say who, but a good number of them). You would think it would throw you off, but it doesn't. I promise, you'll love it all the same. Emotionally, you will laugh, you will cry, you will cheer, you will be at the edge of your seat, you will curse Melissa, and you will love her. It is a complete rollercoaster of emotions, no reader is safe. This is not a book you read on a public bus going to school or work, read this at home, comfortable in bed, where no one will judge your reactions to what you read. Plot wise, it was just short of phenomenal. My only issue is that Melissa tried to do a LITTLE too much with the plot of this series in general, and some of the minor subplots aren't crossed at the end of it. Saying that, the major overarching plot gets resolution, and Melissa has alluded to the fact that she might write more books/ stories in this universe in the future... so I can forgive her... for now. I wont give away anything more. Read the book, you wont regret it. This is easily the best writing I have ever seen from Melissa Haag!

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