Blogmas Day 21: Morrigan: A Dissent Novel by R. J. Furness

Title: Morrigan: a dissent novel by R. J. Furness

Rating: ★★★★★

Release: 9th December 2017

Synopsis: When her family is torn apart, Morrigan loses everything… Driven away from their home in Scorr Tanta, Morrigan’s family help to build the new harbour town of Port Harmony. As a child, Morrigan is raised there, but eleven years later whilst she is just fourteen, disaster strikes and forces her into a new life. It’s a life filled with excitement and danger, and only skill and determination will help keep Morrigan alive. divider-2461548_1280Review:

This novella is the perfect way to tide yourself over in the wait for Book 2! Ever wanted to know Morrigan’s back story? Wait no more!

Morrigan was one of my favourite characters in dissent:RENEGADES as soon as I read about her, so it was brilliant being able to get some more backstory about her! It was written perfectly, and I couldn’t read it quick enough.

It was so amazing that I could see just how much R. J. has developed since book 1, in such a short space of time! His writing style is absolutely wonderful, and I was completely invested in the book which can be hard to do with such a short novella.

I was so hooked I read it in one sitting because I was curious as to what would happen next. I loved how we not only got to understand more of Morrigan, but also meet her parents and see how their influence affected her.

This book was just what every Dissentian needs in their life. It was emotional, beautiful and provided such a wonderful backstory. I can’t wait for book two!

You can buy Morrigan on Amazon UK here!

*NOTE: I was sent this book in return for an honest review and that is what I have written. All opinions are my own and are completely truthful.*

5 thoughts on “Blogmas Day 21: Morrigan: A Dissent Novel by R. J. Furness

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