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Coral There Is Than One Way To DrownCoral Has Always Been Different, Standing Out From Her Mermaid Sisters In A Society Where Blending In Is Key Worse Yet, She Fears She Has Been Afflicted With The Dreaded Disease, Said To Be Carried By Humans Emotions Can She Face The Darkness Long Enough To Surface In The Light Above The Sea, Brooke Has Nothing Left To Give Depression And Anxiety Have Left Her Feeling Isolated Forgotten The Only Thing She Can Rely On Is The Numbness She Finds Within The Cool And Comforting Ocean Waves If Only She Weren T Stuck At Fathoms A New Group Therapy Home That Promises A Second Chance At Life But What S The Point Of Living If Her Soul Is Destined To Bleed Merrick May Be San Francisco S Golden Boy, But He Wants Nothing Than To Escape His Controlling Father When His Younger Sister S Suicide Attempt Sends Merrick To His Breaking Point, Escape Becomes The Only Option If He Can Find Their Mom, Everything Will Be Made Right Again Right When Their Worlds Collide, All Three Will Do Whatever It Takes To Survive, And Coral Might Even Catch A Prince In The Process But What And Who Must They Leave Behind For Life To Finally Begin Taking A New Twist On Hans Christian Andersen S Beloved Yet Tragic Fairy Tale, Coral Explores Mental Health From Multiple Perspectives, Questioning What It Means To Be Human In A World Where Humanity Often Seems Lost


10 thoughts on “Coral

  1. says:

    Trigger Warning A Note to My Readers You will find this note at the beginning of this book as well For my friends who have experienced trauma, a warning this story may be triggering I have done my best to approach the mental healt


  2. says:

    3.5 stars Coral, a modern day reimagining of The Little Mermaid, follows three perspectives through their struggles with mental illness.Coral A little mermaid who lost her oldest sister to Red Tide, a condition that mirrors depression.Estra


  3. says:

    Many thanks to Allison at Thomas Nelson for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest reviewDNF at 55% for two reasons.1 I m confused at one point or another I must have zoned out because I am quite confused and don t really know what s going on2


  4. says:

    Coral by Sara Ella is a young adult fantasy that is a loosely based retelling of the Little Mermaid This one is a rather dark version of the classic that comes with a long list of trigger warnings for readers including suicide, self harm, emotional abuse, anxi


  5. says:

    Just look at that cover It isn t hard to imagine why I wanted to read Coral by Sara Ella Between the cover and finding out it has a fairy tale twist, I just could not pass it up However, if you struggle with depression, mental illness and have certain triggers You may w


  6. says:

    Full disclosure Sara Ella is a friend of mine and I was sent an ARC copy of the book for review For me, some elements were 3 stars, some were 5 stars.The worst I can say about it is that I spent a lot of time being confused about the timeline I was reading too much into it, makin


  7. says:

    This book hits different It s deep and emotional and so many people need this story I m beyond thankful Sara fought through the difficulties she had writing this story This story could be the thing that saves someone s life.Such an unique twist on a well known fairytale She did an amazing


  8. says:

    Coral is such a raw, beautiful story It left me breathless and desperately wanting , yet it was so satisfying in what it was, and ended so perfectly.The characters are all so real I felt their struggles in me I felt their struggles in my friends Coral, Brooke, Merrick, Hope, Grim, Nikki, Jake, Beck,


  9. says:

    This is a big emotional read It deals with emotional trauma and the many faces of mental illness in the most original way possible Reading it was sometimes confusing, but in the end, it felt like I was wearing the story like a blanket It s a part of who I am now Depression, anxiety it s an illness Nothing is


  10. says:

    Lyrical, painful, and real Was slightly distracted by two of the main characters having the same first names as my two best friends.


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