Morium A GRIPPING SUPERNATURAL THRILLER Book of the MORIUM TRILOGY If you had the powers to avenge yourself would you Bullied Years of shame Lexi and Nathan knew pain MORIUM is the story of Alexandria and

  • Title: Morium
  • Author: S.J.Hermann
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  • Page: 172
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  • A GRIPPING SUPERNATURAL THRILLER Book 1 of the MORIUM TRILOGY If you had the powers to avenge yourself would you Bullied Years of shame Lexi and Nathan knew pain MORIUM is the story of Alexandria and Nathan and Stacy Three teenagers who were victims of bullying all through high school They kept their torment a secret from their family and tried to cope inA GRIPPING SUPERNATURAL THRILLER Book 1 of the MORIUM TRILOGY If you had the powers to avenge yourself would you Bullied Years of shame Lexi and Nathan knew pain MORIUM is the story of Alexandria and Nathan and Stacy Three teenagers who were victims of bullying all through high school They kept their torment a secret from their family and tried to cope in their own way They only had each other Their friendship saw them through the seemingly endless years of suffering But hope was in sight they will be graduating soon The vision of a new life away from the bullies and the constant humiliation, gave them something to look forward to If only that day came sooner One night, Lexi and Nathan saw an object fall from the sky and went to investigate As they touched the rock, a strange power entered their bodies Suddenly, they re not helpless any They can get revenge for all the suffering and pain they had to endure How will they use these powers MORIUM discusses the moral dilemma of doing what s right against getting revenge When your dignity has been shattered and your life has been a living hell what is RIGHT

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    1. I can't begin to describe how much I loved this book. The characters were so personable and as a mum, reading about the main characters getting bullied, just broke my heart. S.J Hermann writes in such a powerful manner, that I couldn't help but get caught up in the story and fall in love with the three main characters. Mr Hermann writes with a rare, flare. His story is intense and powerful yet so easy to read that you just can't put the book down. A definite winner for me and I can't wait for th [...]

    2. Teenage bullying is a hot topic these days and Morium delves into the psychological effects in graphic detail. I didn't read the blurb and was well into the story of these poor teenagers, feeling their pain. I was surprised at the twist in the story - when they suddenly find themselves with powers! They're no longer helpless and can retaliate and make things "right". Will they use their new gifts to avenge themselves or will they still do the ethical thing? It's a moral dilemma that the author w [...]

    3. This book is billed as a paranormal fantasy. However it’s also about the action-packed journey to self-awareness of three high-school friends (Alexandria, Stacy, and Nathan.) They are physically and emotionally bullied; several incidents are recounted in detail. That’s how the book starts. On the other hand, Nathan and Alexandria soon make an astounding, powerful discovery that forces the buddies to re-analyze their individual value systems. Will they return violence for violence? How will t [...]

    4. This is a great supernatural thriller that is also a bit on the dark side. Lexi Conner, Nathan Sweeney and Stacy Bishop are friends. That's because they are the school's losers and are bullied by others. When Lexi and Conner encounter strange objects falling from the sky one night, like meteorites, they touch the objects and their lives change forever. Not all changes are good though and the reader gets to see the dark side of what happens when kids are forced to suffer abuse from peers. I found [...]

    5. Morium by S.J. Hermann is an intriguing YA paranormal that deals with some difficult topics. We follow three high school seniors through the last half of their year. High school has not been friendly to these seniors and it doesn't get better. When two of them get special powers from an unexpected event, they deal with them differently. Will they use them morally, or has all the past bullying turned them into future bullies themselves? Though I received a copy of this book in return for an hones [...]

    6. Morium, keeps you turning the pages and wanting to read. A young adult sci fi taking you into the lives of three bullied teens. Nathan and Lexi come into contact with alien material and develop powers enabling them to overtake their enemies. Will they use their newly fouind powers for evil or for good?SJ takes you into the hurt, pain and despair of a bullied teenager. You are able to come into their world and feel thier loss and anguish. A quick fast paced read that will keep you in your toes.

    7. Whilst walking home one night, Alexandria and Nathan catch sight of something crashing to earth - some form of rock. Letting their curiosity get the better of them, they decide to seek out the object, but little do they know their lives will forever be changed. Gaining supernatural abilities, they find themselves having the power to rise up against the anguish that dominates their daily life.(WARNING: This review contains spoilers.)I received this book in exchange for an honest review. My thanks [...]

    8. I don't want to spend too much time writing this review, because I'm so anxious to start the next book in this series. This is a fascinating study in human nature. I particularly like how the author has introduced us to TWO characters living under similar circumstances, then given them both the same supernatural "opportunity". These are beautifully flawed characters that ultimately head in very different directionsd exciting conflict ensues. I was fascinated by my own response to it - how I coul [...]

    9. Sadly there has always been bullying in human societies, though it seems to be on the increase in recent years. Morium by S.J. Hermann is a novel about this ugly phenomenon, how three teens deal with it, and more.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 ea [...]

    10. I am extremely happy to have found Morium available in the Kindle Unlimited plan. I never repeat the synopsis, or reveal an ending spoiler. So, continue reading if you're interested in my thoughts.Morium is great reading entertainment for all ages (+13) with this debut novel by S.J. Hermann. This exciting YA, fantasy/sci-fi thriller is filled with good action/adventure and grabbed me from the very first paragraph and kept me interested until the end. As a character driven reader, the author deve [...]

    11. Before you start reading, ask yourself this: If the universe gave me the chance to get revenge on those who harmed me, would I take that chance?This is rhetorical, you don't have to answer. But just think. Think it through. Take your time. A once in the lifetime opportunity to get revenge on everyone that hurt you, mistreated you, bullied you, insulted you, overall made you feel worthless. Would you? That is the question at the center of this amazing book.Walking home after a night at the movies [...]

    12. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. In the first volume of Morium, a trilogy for adults or readers in their late teens, we meet Nathan and Lexi, mutual pariahs at the small town high school they attend. Nathan's parents are consumed with the running of their family-owned restaurant, while Lexi's father struggles to make ends meet after her mother's death. With nowhere else to turn, they become fast friends, sharing the pain of being taunted and bullied. Stacy, h [...]

    13. I'm not typically a sci-fi reader, but when I heard that Morium had just gotten a movie deal, I had to read for myself. Morium is an important story about the effects of bullying, self-harm, and the power of friendship. Lexi, Nathan, and Stacy are three high school seniors that have endured severe bullying for several years. Although they each seem to deal with the abuse in a different way, it's all the same- hiding. Nathan hides by entering his life around Lexi. Stacy hides behind a hardened sa [...]

    14. Three people have been brought together with one major thing in common—their all bullied through high school. Because of the abuse they endure, the three have become close and rely on one another, however, that friendship is about to change. Two of them, Lexi and Nathan, experience something incredible falling from the sky one night as they’re walking through the park. Curious to see what it was they investigate. They soon realize that what they find isn’t natural, and both of them become [...]

    15. I was very intrigued with S. J. Hermann writing. The story was about two friends being bullied in school this captivated me quickly! It really felt heartrending that children could go through such an awful experience. I was fascinated with Nathan and Lexi characters and their friend Stacy they were strong and being bullied everyday and not telling their parents they were getting depress. Lexi dad lost his job she didn’t want to give him more problems which made it more poignant. You know that [...]

    16. Good versus evil, but wait a minute – not so simple. Two victims of bullying suddenly being bestowed with awesome powers… What better test of character and inner strength than to see how they each respond? How these two youths are transformed (or not) by this ‘gift’ is handled in an intelligent and complex way. Understanding the origin and ultimate purpose of this force is shaping as an intriguing supernatural thriller. One aspect of this power I’m finding particularly interesting is t [...]

    17. This is a fascinating story, while also being a wake-up call to what bullying causes to young minds and hearts. While this is an issue, and I’m so glad it’s exposed in this book, still I was drawn into the story from a purely imagination point of view as well. This small town will never be the same after a green lights streaks down into a park and the result is discovered by Lexie and Nathan. They too are changed forever.An easy read for YA readers (although the subject matter is hard) and w [...]

    18. Well written, amazing story! This book carries a clear and powerful message, and it is very well written. I loved the writing style and the excellent use of imagery. I can't wait to read the next book!

    19. Mr. S.J Hermann announced the book available to read yesterday. I immediately grabbed it, after reading the Character interview he posted on his website. All day yesterday, the book taunted me from the side. Why am I tell you this?Because I swear, this book is filled with magic!While it is true that the story address a very big issue of bullying and internal moral conflict, I would urge you not to let that overshadow the creativeness behind the story! The action scenes were actioned well, the co [...]

    20. In Morium, author S.J. Hermann has crafted both a fascinating science fiction tale and a powerful character study of three very different teens. Lexi, Nathan, and Stacy are close friends, and all three attend the same high school. And unfortunately, the three are also united in one other way: all of them are bullied by their more fortunate classmates. Lexi is tormented because her family has little money; she responds by withdrawing and turning her pain back on herself. Nathan and Stacy both fin [...]

    21. Is revenge worth losing everything you love?Three friends, Lexi, Stacy, and Nathan, have five months until the end of their senior year of high school. The time would fly by fast for them like for any other kid, if they weren’t tormented by their schoolmates. These three teenagers have different backgrounds and personalities, and even though they are faced with the same problem, they deal with it in their own, unique ways. Stacy seems to be less affected by the bullying than her other two frie [...]

    22. An important work about relevant issues.I teach high school. I see bullying in action all the time, and it comes in many forms. It's easy to identify bullying when it includes physical violence or outright name calling or put downs. Hermann brings to light the "kill 'em with kindness" bully-- the one who goes out of her way to say hi or compliment their victim. To an outsider, it looks like kindness. To the bully and her victim, it's nastiness to draw negative attention to the victim while confu [...]

    23. Morium is an action-packed thriller that kept me guessing throughout the whole story. I loved how S.J. shows that bullying and family plays a huge role in how a character develops, likewise, the character development was strong. There was a reflective backstory behind every character and I think that adds a huge element of real life to the story. Another thing that I really liked was that the two friends apposed one another because of the choices that they made, which gave the story a real-life [...]

    24. I don’t often read sci-fi, but this one had me intrigued since it also deals with bullying, so it has an unusual slant to the story. The teens who are the victims of unrelenting bullying gain powers from a source that comes from outerspace. Both of them deal with these powers in different ways. Do they use these powers against the bullies, use them for good, or maybe become bullies themselves? It’s a well-written story that has you turning the pages quickly to find out what happens next and [...]

    25. Morium by S.J. Hermann was a thrilling read with lots of twists and turns to keep its readers wanting more. The only reason I gave it three-out-of-five stars on and instead of four was because of my disappointment in how the book ended. Up until the last ten pages, though, I was hooked into the story and couldn't stop reading to find out who would win the battle- good or evil. Who knows what happens to Nathan and Lexi from there, but I hope the author decides to explore it further with another [...]

    26. I thoroughly enjoyed this book! The author does a fantastic job of building his characters and creating a realistic story line about bullying and the trials of being abused through high school. My heart went out to the three main characters and I partially understood their heartache and agony.Adding the paranormal twist to the story, only made it that more intriguing and kept me reading as quickly as I could. If you want a great YA paranormal read, this is the one for you. It will grip your hear [...]

    27. I loved this book. It hits on a very important topic, bullying. This book is about three friends that are bullied at school. As if that isn't bad enough for them to have to deal with, two of them develop powers. People react in different ways when changes happen, and boy does that cause some conflict in this book. It's an action-packed, intense, thought provoking story. I look forward to reading the next one soon.

    28. The book starts really well, it's believable, it's bleak, but readable - I whizzed through the book as a whole in fact. The main characters are nicely realized, though the secondary characters lack a little depth. What I'm not sure on is how well the story will develop in book 2 - so I'm giving this 4 stars in hope, because it has provided a decent step up to the next bit of story, which it has left me wanting to read - O just hope that goes well!

    29. S.J. Hermann has created realistic characters with believable situations and flaws. Three friends Nathan, Lexi, and Stacy are besieged by bullies in one way or another. Each one has learned to either fight back (verbally), endure it, or retreat into a shell of self-destruction and self-loathing. Two of the characters come across an item that gives them unimaginable powers. Of those two characters, each one handles that power in a different way. The question served up is - if you have the power t [...]

    30. SJ Hermann has an original voice and story line in this YA paranormal thriller. The book delves into the current hot topic of bullying and the effects it has on individuals like cutting as a direct result from the abuse the victims suffer. I wish there was a little more on the cause of why people bully, because I am sure I don't know and I struggle to understand it, but this is just the first book in the series. The story line is dialogue driven with action, mystery and suspense. The character d [...]

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