Real was an intense story. Not necessarily due any horrific pasts of the characters – actually, not much is said about their pasts aside from broken Olympic dreams and hinting at parent abandonment – but it’s intense simply because Remy is so intense. & That’s just who he is. I think it’s interesting how Remy ended up having a disorder, one that makes him super “moody.” I never really thought of how people with his disorder act. It makes sense though, the idea that someone like him would be a good fighter especially in his manic stages. What I really love is his connection with Brooke and his relationship with her. Hate what she did towards the end, but I completely understand why she did it. It sucks to be out of the loop and to suffer because of it. Overall I seriously can’t wait until the next book comes out. This time I hope Remy wins it all in the competitions and in life. He deserves it.For more please visit my blog.