Dreams: Dorothy called it Oz, Alice called it Wonderland, but Nightmares call it HOME.
When an evil shifter takes over the gateway to the realm of Dreams, it falls to 14-year-olds Parker and Kaelyn to stop him. Their only hope lies with Gladamyr, the Dream Keeper, but can they trust a Nightmare to save their world? The Dream Keeper is an upper middle-grade fantasy-adventure that will keep you turning the pages.
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A Fun Series!
My family listened to this book while driving on a cross country trip. It (and the sequel also) kept us entertained for many hours. My children's ages are 4, 5, 9, and 11. They all loved the book and so did my husband and I. The characters are believable because they have real problems and act appropriately for their age. Sometimes authors make their characters act too old, but Mikey Brooks doesn't do that. He did a great job of making you relate with the characters.
Anthony Bianco brought the story to life with his narration and different character voices. Some narrators tend to read too slow, but The Dream Keeper moved at an optimal pace.
- Anonymous Reviewer
I couldnt put it down
Yes this book was great at bringing you in and getting you hooked I only put it down because I had to but I enjoyed every second of the book
I loved thst it put me in the story it was very imaginative and encouraged me to use my imagination it was a captivating book from beginning til the end and I am looking forward to more
Wow this is tough he did an excellent job voicing the characters honestly he did such a great job I believe all the books in the series should be read by only him
When kayen and parker solidify their friendship that was amazing
I absolutely loved this book I could not put it down I know more conservative parents would reserve this book for teens and young adults probably no younger than middle school I would have to say I agree just because of the nightmare references and some of the material may be tough for younger children to understand definitely worth every penny without a doubt