• Horror

    Morium: Book One of the Young Adult Supernatural Trilogy

    BOOKS GO SOCIAL RUNNER-UP FOR BEST SELF PUBLISHED BOOK 2015 "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 directions…and exciting conflict ensues. I was fascinated by my own response to it – how I could relate to both characters along the way, agreeing with their actions at times, disagreeing at others." "It’s been a long time since reading a YA novel. Even as an adult, you’ll enjoy it. Not only enjoy, but you’ll be able to take a peek into the lives of bullied teens and feel the suffering impact it has on their lives. At times intense, this read will take you on a travel through three young people’s lives as they struggle with harsh teen-aged angst. It’s simply trans-formative. S. J. writes in a deep smooth style that glides along the story line with ease." A GRIPPING YA 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 anymore. 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? Possible trigger warning. Scenes of self harm may be disturbing to sensitive readers.