Unreal City

Unreal City Sarah Wilkes is desperate enough to do anything even make a deal with the devil or in her case a familiar spirit After her twin Lea is murdered Sarah finds college life impossible and longs to esca

  • Title: Unreal City
  • Author: A.R. Meyering
  • ISBN: 9780692313688
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unreal City

    Sarah Wilkes is desperate enough to do anything, even make a deal with the devil or in her case, a familiar spirit After her twin Lea is murdered, Sarah finds college life impossible and longs to escape Everything changes when Sarah realizes a familiar spirit is stalking her and offers to transport her to the terrifying and fantastical realm of Unreal City The payment fSarah Wilkes is desperate enough to do anything, even make a deal with the devil or in her case, a familiar spirit After her twin Lea is murdered, Sarah finds college life impossible and longs to escape Everything changes when Sarah realizes a familiar spirit is stalking her and offers to transport her to the terrifying and fantastical realm of Unreal City The payment for admission A taste of her blood Unable to resist, Sarah is drawn into an alternate reality that is a dream come true first The deeper she explores Unreal City, the Sarah s reality becomes warped Death surrounds her as people are murdered in the same fashion as her sister She has no choice but to continue her visits to Unreal City, which grows darker by the day Is finding out the truth worth becoming part of Unreal City forever Unreal City is the winner of Gold Medal in the Horror category for the Literary Classics International Book Awards.

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    1. Literary Classics Book Awards & Reviews

      Sarah's twin sister, Lea, was mysteriously murdered just months before they were to start their freshman year of college. Instead of sharing her new university experience with her twin, Sarah now finds herself going through the motions of college life and feeling hopelessly adrift. Sarah can't seem to shake the feeling she is being watched, even drawn towards a darkness, which for some reason she is compelled to act upon. When she does, she is introduced to an other-worldly spirit and a place wh [...]

    2. Kelly Gunderman

      I saw this book listed on the giveaways section of this site, and I read the synopsis and thought that it sounded like it could be good, but that type of book hadn't really been something that I would normally have read. I purchased the e-book for a low price, and I didn't expect much, to be honest.Wow, was I wrong.This bookis book is amazing. The characters are detailed, the environments are so enchanting it makes you feel like you are truly a part of the story. To me, it had a dark, dark Alice [...]

    3. Amanda

      This book piqued my curiosity when it was submitted to me as a possibility for review last year. I knew when I read the summary that a plot such as this could only go either well-rendered and touching or flat and ridiculous. I took a chance, and I’m glad I did. The book offers a look at grief in the young, but wrapped in a fantastical setting that makes encountering such a big topic more palatable.The fantastical plot at first seems simple. A familiar spirit who reads as sinister comes to Sara [...]

    4. Elena Alvarez Dosil

      My original Unreal City audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.Sarah's twin sister died just a couple of months before the start of the classes. Sarah is heartbroken about it, and just does not know how to continue with her life. Part of it is because of how Lea died: drowned but far from any body of water. Sarah will meet an extraordinary creature which will show her the Unreal City in exchange for a price. She wonders if it is worth it and if she could find there [...]

    5. Anna Neal

      This book starts off at my alma mater, the University of California at Santa Cruz. I knew it was going to be a creepy book, but this really personalized it for me. UCSC's campus is on a hill, built in a redwood forest and A. R. Meyering captures it's sometimes creepy beauty. I'm glad I didn't read this book while living there though or I might not have been able to leave my room. I devoured this book. Perhaps I need to read creepier fantasy but I think the big catch for me was the personal detai [...]

    6. Kevin Hammond

      But is this not just everything I want from a great bookthis story is about a young girl who has lost control of her life and even herself to some extent after the murder of her twin sister. she has an ominous meeting with a creature from another realm who offers her a way out. the way out is a trip to the Unreal City, which is a series of private garden paradise places where a person can visit in exchange for blood, clippings of hair etc. that was a dark creepy delight in itself. the method of [...]

    7. Cesar Romero

      Sarah Wilkes is Entering college a week after her sister's Murder. Sarah And her sister Lea were planing on entering college together, however those plans were eradicated after Lea's body was found dead, and lifeless, Drowned. Sarah is desperate and lost after loosing her sister. She just wants to escape, This wish is granted when Sarah meets a familiar spirit whom she names Felix. All it asks is for a taste of blood or a piece of hair, When she agrees she finds herself in another world named Un [...]

    8. Sherry

      This is a fantasy story about a young woman after the death of her twin sister. She is trying to continue on with her life the best way she can but she is still mourning the loss and can't seem to move forward. A familiar spirit in animal form begins to stalk her and when they finally meet Sarah's life will change forever.First of all I will have to say a lot of imagination went into this book! For the most part I thought it was very well written; I only found the odd spot to be a bit awkward an [...]

    9. Kristen Hansen

      I received this book as a free giveaway and I'm so glad I did. It is not a genre that I would normally read; however, I really liked this book. If I had to categorize it, I would say that it was light horror/dark fantasy with a mystery to solve and should do well in our high school library.Sarah begins college life alone, just months after her twin sister was murdered. She struggles with trying to be normal and live her life as if nothing has happened. When that doesn't work out for her, she tri [...]

    10. Patricia Reding

      “Horror” is not a genre that, as a rule, I turn to when I seek a good read to entertain me. Still, A. R. Meyering proved to me with Unreal City, why it is that horror tales engage readers as they do. Her writing has a lovely flow, her characters are full, and her imagination knows no bounds. I particularly applaud her for her fine use of less-than-common words (such as, by way of example, gelatinous, ambrosial, miasma, viscous, and opalescence). (It is nice to see younger readers offered a w [...]

    11. Shalon Brooks

      Really good storySarah has felt a loss most of us , thankfully, won't have to feel until we are old and nearly done with life. When her twin sister is taken from her she falls into a dark place. This darkness is where the familiar finds her and tempts her to follow him to Unreal City. What struck me the most through this book is that it was always believable. Even during the most unbelievable, mind stretching parts, I never though "well, that's just ridiculous" Everything just flowed together so [...]

    12. Raleigh Lench

      This book messed me up in the best possible way. The dark, tragic grieving of Sarah over her sister broke my heart. Her relationship with her creepy familiar, Felix, kept me unsettled and on edge even as I slowly began to understand and even sympathize with him. And the twisted, disturbing insanity as Sarah fell deeper between the worlds of fantasy and reality affected me in a way I don't think I'll ever be able to shake off. I ADORE this book. It's terrifying and beautiful, tragic but hopeful, [...]

    13. S.R. Karfelt

      Fascinating Journey Through The UnexpectedInteresting well-written novel about a young adult dealing with the loss of her twin and her perspective on how the world works. Sarah journeys through her pain and hope with the help of a familiar I couldn't completely trust, and into a world of her own invention. The ending is unexpected and the threads are tied up neatly. My only criticism is a lot can happen between big scenes, and you're forced to accept it without really being part of it. All in al [...]

    14. Andrew Kozma

      This is a really, really good book. In the opening chapters, I felt like it was treading the same ground as THE RIVERMAN (a series I also love), but quickly the world of the novel asserts itself as something related, but distinctly different. Definitely recommended for those with a taste for fantasy.

    15. Emily Brady

      I love exploring books from local authors, and this was a pleasant surprise. It was polished and entertaining - a surprisingly seamless blend of fantasy, myth, and the contemporary.

    16. Kathy

      This is not my genre, but I will say that the story line kept me interested and made me want to finish the book. I would categorize it as light horror or dark fantasy for the young adult.

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