(Sur)real by Melissa Haag


By Melissa Haag

  • Publication Date: 2017-11-14
  • Genre: Paranormal
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 18 Ratings)

Book Overview

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.

Popular Searches : (Sur)real book review, (Sur)real PDF EBOOK, (Sur)real AUDIOBOOK , (Sur)real EPUB , (Sur)real , Melissa Haag's book, free ebook apk download, (Sur)real book online, Paranormal

Recent Reviews


    By Anne&Gilbert
    I'm trying not to cry right now. This series is one of the best I've ever read in my life.Period. The story is so well told that the reality of it is stunning. If you haven't read this series or ANYTHING by this author, smh, you are missing out. I'm begging you to bring yourself some true true joy and RUN and get her books.
  • Rushed, much?

    By grety10
    I couldn’t wait to read the last book in the judgment series. I’ve waited months for this last book. But, I was fairly disappointed. The writing is good, there’s suspense, action and romance in one package. But, it can get real tricky when you reading so many different points of view of all the caracteres. It was at times confusing because I didn’t understand how relevant some caracteres POV were and what truly bother me is how rush this story felt. I got the sense that the author was running out of plot and ideas. As if she wanted it to finally end. If the author had plenty of time to write POV books from all the male protagonists, then why run out time with the last installment of the series?? Or was it more about a dateline??
  • Spoiler Alert

    By Ch7silver
    Too rushed. Too many point of views in one book. What was the purpose of Henry feeling the pull with Olivia? It honestly made no sense especially if at the end he'd feel it with a human. I feel like this takes away the importance of the "pull". Gabby still doesn't fully claim Clay, which honestly was frustrating after so many books. Why Charlene and Thomas? I waited a very long time for this book and I'm a bit disappointed. I hope the next series explains some of what happened in this last book even if it's a different story line.
  • Take a Bow Mrs. Haag

    By ElizabethBennetDarcy
    This book is everything a Finale should be and so much more. I laughed, cried, grew all hot and fell in love, all over again, with the characters. Melissa Haag handled Jim and Olivia’s story adeptly amidst all the action going around and this time we got to know all character’s POV, which was GENIUS. Alongwith Love, romance, unity there is so much heartwrenching loss that i cried for our dear ones. I loved the Epilogue that hinted towards a new beginning and i BEG you to pursue that line of thought, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!
  • What to say?

    By Jessvet
    What can you say about this last book other than holy moly that was a ride! The first chapter had me tearing up, somewhere in the middle laughing, and the end I was full on ugly crying and rejoicing. The ending was phenomenal! Melissa did a fantastic job making a rather unbelievable story believable. Werewolves and Judgements, but like all of her books she puts just the right amount of realism so that you completely fall in love with her characters. Jim is by far my fav book character ever and he gets his own POV. The multiple POV wasn’t bogging down or confusing and kept the story going. The characters you always wished you could get into their heads had their own places. There is heartbreak and triumph. All together a huge way to end an awesome series.
  • This was a perfect culmination of the series!

    By Only_1_cookie
    If you haven’t read the previous books in the series, you’ll be a bit lost attempting this book first since this is the culmination of the Judgement of the Six series. The flow was super fast, the world building came with the previous books. The characters are still fantastic. As all the other reviewers are saying, this book is an emotional roller coaster ride, you’ll be crying, laughing & every other emotion in between. Be sure to have some Kleenex on hand too. This is a can’t put it down until your done type of read so be sure to plan your schedule first. When you finish the last page you’ll have a severe book hang-over, basically wrung out emotionally, at least I was & I rarely do that. There is so much stuff going on in this book with huge plot twists you don’t see coming & so much to absorb & to come to grips with! This was a perfect culmination of the series, that I can’t see any way to make this ending any better! Excellently written but a bit different than the rest of the books in the series, by being multiple point of views, but that did not take away from this at all, it actually made sense to do it that way. Unfortunately, I can’t really comment on the story itself without giving out spoilers! Don’t hesitate to finish off the series with this book, it was the perfect ending. Bravo Melissa Haag, well done, I loved it!
  • Amazing Finale!!!

    By JimsAdvocate
    So so satisfied with the conclusion to this wonderful series!!! Suspenseful, emotional. I laughed. I cried. I got angry. I felt loss. I felt each characters emotion as if they were my own. No disappointments. This final book was everything expected and more. I feel complete!!! Great work Melissa!!! Can't wait for the next adventure!!!!