Review: Oleah Chronicles: Justice by Michelle Johnson

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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?

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 12.53.20 AM3.5 stars

Angel is dealing with a lot of things. Her best friend has been kidnapped by Sindrell, she must make important decisions, and her whole world has been turned upside down. I really admired how Angel handled everything. She matured a lot in this book, and she remained strong.

I also really liked Zander in this book. He proved himself to be loyal to Angel. It would have been nice if there were more Zander and Angel moments. This wouldn’t be a problem to alot of people, but I’m a hopeless romantic. It did make me savor every sweet moment between them, so that’s an upside!

Julie was so annoying. I hated her. Her sarcasm and her sassy attitude wasn’t funny at all. Ugh.

That ending definitely surprised me. I cannot wait to see what happens next!

GOODREADS | AMAZON 

 

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