Around the world humans are hallucinating after sleepless nights.
In a sterile, underground institute the forecasters keep reporting the same events.
And in the backwoods of Texas, a sixteen-year-old girl is about to be caught up in a fierce, ethereal battle.
Meet Roya Stark. She drowns every night in her dreams, spends her hours reading classic literature to avoid her family’s ridicule, and is prone to premonitions—which are becoming more frequent. And now her dreams are filled with strangers offering to reveal what she has always wanted to know: Who is she? That’s the question that haunts her, and she’s about to find out. But will Roya live to regret learning the truth?
Review by Lisa Markson
Initially I was not sure I was going to like this book after I started to read into it. The beginning was alittle slow to start I wasn’t really understanding what exactly the book was going to be about. After the first of the book it really got interesting. I have always been one person to have really vivid dreams and the idea of being able to be a dream walker was very interesting. Although the exact methods that the character had to get to a certain place was very scary. I would highly recommend this book if you like fantasy and other paranormal capabilities. This was so different from my typical books that I read in the past and glad that I chose to go outside my regular type of books. I received a copy of the book in exchange for a honest and unbiased opinion.
Review by Chelsea Ingham
Dreams have always fascinated me so when I found out this book was about dream traveling I was hooked. I wish I didn’t have to work otherwise I would have finished this book much faster then I did. I was constantly thinking about this book through out the day on what was going to happen. I loved the twists and turns and how much this book pulls you in.
The characters are great. Each one is a little different but they all have different abilities that work great together. I am waiting for something big to happen with Ren. He is such a pain but I know there is more to it.
This book may be difficult for some to start getting into the story but if you can get past the start with not knowing what is going on you are going to love this adventure.
It is interesting how the author explains the dream traveling and the evil that is out in the world that is taking people’s lives by not letting them sleep. It is all very intriguing and kept me reading to find out what more to find out.
George is a favorite of mine and I love him. He is very different being who he is and his powers and I love the parts between Roya and George.
The characters and the flow of the story work really well together. I really cannot wait to read the next installment of the series. I know there is more to find out about Roya and her life.
I highly recommend this book. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
Sarah Noffke is the author of The Lucidite Series. She’s been everything from a corporate manager to a hippie. Her taste for adventure has taken her all over the world. If you can’t find her at the gym, then she’s probably at the frozen yogurt shop. If you can’t find her there then she probably doesn’t want to be found. She is a self-proclaimed hermit, with spontaneous urges to socialize during full moons and when Mercury is in retrograde. Sarah lives in Southern California with her family.