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While learning to use her Dream Shaper Gift, Jillian Blairington met a sister named Nadia who has the power to speak inside one's mind. Jillian's grown rather fond of her.
Now, she's gone silent.
Jillian turns to her friend, Danielle Matheson, and together they hatch a crazy plan to get Jillian to Nadia's side so she can awaken her from the coma.
Meanwhile, Danielle tries to keep a friend out of trouble with human traffickers.
If Jillian can't solve the mystery of Nadia's coma quickly, she may lose both her sister and her friend.
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By CG Cruzen on 02-10-17
I love each book more than the last.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, I have recommended to almost everyone I have talked to recently. I have all of my children reading the series 13, 20 and 26. I think even my 7-year-old granddaughter would love these books.
What did you like best about this story?
As in each book the reader gets a more in depth understanding of each character. While each book does stand alone Julie adds a little to each character with each additional book. While this book is focused on Nadia, I am left really wondering about Dustin. Loving Danielle more. And giggling and scared for what Jillian is going to get herself into next.
The part I really liked in this book is the end and Jillian's mother's letter to Dr. S. I will let you read/listen to it yourself but it really describes a mother's love.
What does Kristin Condon bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I love audiobooks because I can go about my day and still listen, but I love Kristin in particular because she takes narration above what I have been used to in other books. I have previously said this in other reviews but I always feel as if every character is reading their own part, it does not sound like the same person is reading.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
On a scale of 1-10 I would says this one was a 7 or 8. Couldn't wait to get back to the story each evening but did not keep me up all night because I just couldn't put it down.