For most people, dreams are a way to escape reality. But for Cat McCormick, they're a way to get closer to the truth. Cat can slip into other people's dreams. After graduating college with a degree in criminal justice but little in the way of real-life experience, Cat moves from the Midwest to Seattle to apprentice with her Granny Grace, who shares the ability. Granny uses dreamslipping as a private investigator, and Cat plans to follow in her footsteps. But forced to take work as a security guard, Cat discovers a mother and daughter on the run. Following the clues, she goes undercover in a Midwestern megachurch, where she finds redemption and goodwill amidst repression, hypocrisy, and murder.
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Perchance to dream
- Shoshana Hathaway "blind Kindle TTS user"
Intriguing story, poor narration
I enjoyed the story, the characters were interesting and well-developed, and the dream slipping was intriguing. The ending was totally unexpected and sad, but it was still a good ending.
I really liked Cat (the main character) and her granny was a real character! I also liked Wendy from the Plantation church.
The narrator, Angel Clark, was okay when narrating the main character, but her accents were absolutely terrible for the other characters, especially Granny Grace. I disliked the accents so much that I bought the ebook. I did manage to stick with the audio though because I did like the story.
I did enjoy the story well enough to pre-order the second book in the series, Framed and Burning.
I received this audiobook free from the author via Audiobookblast.
- Carlissa "Say something about yourself!"