Morium: Book One of the Young Adult Supernatural Trilogy Kindle Edition
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When I began this novel I was not expecting such a unique take on the bullying issue or the surprising turn of events when two of the teens happened upon a strange green glow and followed it to discover it coming from a pair of weird space rocks.
The main characters are compelling and easy to empathize with and care about, while the rest of the characters are all very easy to relate to and realistic. The story flows quickly and naturally and held my rapt attention from the first to the last page. The plot has quite a number of surprises and twists and turns, and is absorbing and realistic.
I have no idea how this trilogy will turn out, but I am certainly looking forward to reading the next two books and finding out. I do highly recommend Morium to audiences in general.
I also more clearly understand what drives people to cut themselves. I finally see that emotional anguish is like a migraine. It hurts like hell, but if you bark your shin on the coffee table, you forget about your headache for a while. Lexi will help you to understand just how much pain a teen can feel and how a razor blade can release or mask some of that anguish.
The book is well written and entertaining as well, but the power of the message is the reason to read this book.
This is at times a harrowing story and graphic, but Hermann handles the issues of bullying and teenage angst, with great power and sensitivity.
A well-written, powerful story that had me hooked from the first page, with it's agonizing letter and confession.
The author cleverly hooks you into the rest of this series with his teaser of book two, at the end. After reading that, I know I now must read book two.