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Charlie Laird has a very bad feeling.
There's a new girl at school, and Charlie and his friends have definitely seen her before.
He's been hearing strange noises after dark, which is never a good sign.
The nightmares are back, and they're weirder than ever.
Not since he faced his fears has Charlie had so many bad dreams. Whenever he falls asleep, he finds himself in a Netherworld field surrounded by a flock of creepy black sheep.
They're not counting sheep. They refuse to jump. In fact they don't do much at all. Even eerier, though, is that it's not Charlie's nightmare. Somehow he's trapped in someone else's bad dream. And he's pretty sure the twins Ick and Ink are responsible.
Charlie and his friends thought they'd put the twins out of business, but it seems they didn't quite finish the job. Now the woolly nightmares are closing in, and Ink has shown up at Cypress Creek Elementary! Charlie's convinced that Ink is up to no good. And if he's right, it could be a very long time before anyone's dreams are sweet again.
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By Alishia Marie on 04-14-17
I love this series
I absolutely love this series and was sad to see this trilogy come to an end. That being said, this was actually my least favorite of the three books. The title "Lost Lullabye" sounded so ominous and scary, however, in the end, I really found the Lullabye to have a minor part in this story. That being said this series is amazing, and the audiobook is incredible. The story is well written to be just spooky enough for kids, but still enjoyable as adults. Jason Segal, you have forever made me a fan.
In this third and final installment of the Nightmare series, we find our heroes picking up where they left off to battle the twins ICK and INK as they have escaped into the waking world. To make matters worse Charlie is having nightmares again, but this time he is stuck in SOMEONE ELSE's nightmare, and he has to find out how to stop the nightmares for good.
If you have not read this series, do yourself a favor and give it a look...no matter what your age, this is a really fun read.