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 16-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?
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- AudioBook Reviewer "All of my reviews are on my blog audiobookreviewer dot com"
An imaginative read.
This was not at all what I was expecting, I went into thinking dream walker and in a way it is, but it's also so much more. It's a story of one girls struggle to find out who she is and why she gets these strange dreams.
I liked Roya. She has had a really tough life and I felt sorry for her, but she didn't let it drag her down. She tried her best with everything and did all she could when needed. At first she didn't buy into the whole prophecy deal and I liked that because it felt real, but then she went into it whole heartedly and did what was needed.
Plot wise, it was quite slow to start but once it picked up it was fast paced. I liked finding out about the prophecy and what it involved, I also loved finding out about the abilities that some of the Lucidites had. The institute was also quite fascinating. I liked the idea of them training for dream walking and learning how to hone their gifts. The evil foe was well described though I would of liked to have seen a little more of him during the story, not just relegated to the end.
In all this was a really good read. It had a lot going for it and I flew through the pages. Its and interesting and intriguing story and one I wouldn't mind revisiting.
Elizabeth Klett did a great job narrating this. She knew how to ramp up the tension and she also did an amazing job of bringing Roya to life. She made me feel so sorry for her!! I would definitely recommend the audio of this because it was fantastic.
*I received a copy of this for review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.*
- Natalie @ BookLoversLife