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Held in a scientific facility, Jillian discovers her past - a family she never knew and a power she doesn't understand. With her ability now activated, she can enter and even shape a person's dreams. Jillian's been kidnapped, and her Gift has been triggered, so she can locate and save Benjamin Connelly, a brother she never even knew she had. She'd better master this strange ability quickly, though, because her life isn't the only one at stake.
Her babysitter Danielle Matheson is being held as a hostage to ensure Jillian's full cooperation. Slowly, Jillian begins to learn more about her captor and the other genetically altered children held at the facility. Join Jillian as she tries to survive the training being forced upon her, find her unknown brother, escape with Danielle, and work her way back to a normal life once more.
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By H D on 08-20-17
Interesting story that's very different.
Any additional comments?
I really liked this book and can't wait to get the next one. It was a tad confusing at first, but soon, all made sense. The narrator did a good job and I loved that southern county accent. If you enjoy paranormal/sci-fi, this audiobook is for you. I voluntarily reviewed this audiobook after receiving an advanced copy that I requested.
By CG Cruzen on 02-04-17
Loved it and did not want it to end!
Where does Ashlynn's Dreams rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Kristin Condon is one of the best narrators I have listened to and I typically run through 4-5 audiobooks a week. There wasn't one character where I felt the need to cringe at the narrator's portrayal of them. :-)
What did you like best about this story?
Amazing character development from Julie yet again.
Which character – as performed by Kristin Condon – was your favorite?
It is very hard for me to choose just one character that I loved. As this is the second of Julie's books I have read/listened to I loved Nadia in the first and Jillian in this one. I started out reading the book and then switched to the audio version as I was leaving the house. I was amazed while reading at Julie's character development and how I could almost see and hear Jillian talking in my head. Quite often the actor chosen to portray a book character disappoints me or the narrators voice portrayal disappoints me, but I was definitely not disappointed here. Jillian came to life through Julie's words and Kristin's voice.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Laughing, crying, anxious, needing to share with everyone I talked to about how much I was enjoying this book. My first LOL, and yes I really did laugh out loud in the middle of the restaurant I was in ( boy do people look at you funny), was when Jillian starts describing Dr. S...she says..."she meets with me every week just to talk for an hour. It's real nice of her 'cause I'm pretty sure no one's paying her, and she's certainly the type of doctor people pay a whole heap to see all regular like."
Any additional comments?
When I first started the book I was not sure if I liked how everything was told as a submission to the mysterious Dr. S., but as I progressed through the book I had to admit that Julie just really knows what she is doing and that the method made for a much more in depth story.