Title: Oleah Chronicles: Justice
Author: Michelle Johnson
Release Date: May 15, 2016
Page Number: 431
After discovering the truth about her Oleah origins, Angel thought she could still have a normal life, consisting of normal things – like her seventeenth birthday party. But there is no such thing as normal for Angel anymore. She learned that the hard way after Sindrell – the most powerful sorceress in the universe – crashed her party, destroyed the city, and took her best friend, Julie, captive. Determined to defeat Sindrell for good, Angel must risk her life, along with the fate of the entire universe to get Julie back…alive. The only way she can do this successfully, is to embrace her Oleah instincts and learn what it takes to become a true warrior. Problem is, Sindrell has an insurance policy of her own that will put millions of lives in danger – including Zander’s – to ensure her quest for power is brought to fruition. One way or another. In order to protect Zander, and save Julie, Angel has to make a choice… but will it be the right one?
3 out of 5 stars
I received this book for an honest review!
Angel has just found out about being an Oleah, and she doesn’t know how to handle it. She just takes it day by day, and finally is starting to get used to being the princess of the Oleah. She is in love with her boyfriend Zander, who just so happens to be a vampire, and then her best friend is taken by Sindrell, the worst of the worst. Angel has to get Julie, her best friend, back from the evil side, and then all of the sudden something crazy happens. Julie acts as though she doesn’t want to be saved. Hmm. Angel gets he away from Sindrell’s grip, but in the hospital bad things happen to Julie. Angel doesn’t know what to do, and has to get advice from some Angels in Heaven. What will happen to her best friend?
Alright. This book kind of let me down compared to the first. Not a ton happened, and I was looking forward to it! I really enjoyed the first one, and was really anxious to see what happened next, and there honestly wasn’t a lot. Julie gets away from Sindrell from the help of Angel and Zander, but then Sindrell just happens to bite her right before she gets killed by Angel. Hmm. We know something will stem from this, but I didn’t think that Julie would hate Angel. It kind of made me sad, honestly.
So Julie ends up meeting a “nurse” at the hospital who injects her with an unknown substance (blood from Lucifer?) and then she craves blood. I kind of knew what was happening long before it happened, but I was a little surprised by the ending of the book.
All in all, not a lot happened in this book; it was really short. I am anxious to see what happens in the next book, and how Angel and Zander’s relationship progresses. You got a little more background on him, so I’d say that was my favorite part. Again, can’t wait to read the next book!
Huge thanks to Michelle Johnson for sending me a copy of her book!