From the beginning, the words in this story pulled me in. Poeticallywritten, and when I say poetically I'm not referring to poems. I'mreferring to the way that the words grip you. The way this story waswoven was pretty f***ing awesome! Emari has lived a tragic life, theloss of her parents took a great toll on her. But from the beginningtheir was someone in her dreams that was slowly taking away the worst of her dreams. After an attack at work, her life once again is foreverchanged. The darkness of her life shines through her dreams. In walksthe dreamweaver. He is cute and mysterious. Emari is sure she has seenhim before...but has she? Of coarse she has. He's only been manipulating her dreams for the last year. Lol Anyway, this was a good dark YA read.
Lady Knight Reviewer
This book was a surprise; a good one!!!!
I really enjoyed its story and its darkness. It was a first for me, a YAnovel which contain such awesome characters. At the end I wanted more, I really want a second book.
I highly recommended!!!
Estelibro fue una sorpresa muy Buena! Es la primera vez que leo una novelapara adolescents que tenga una historia obscura y compleja como esta.
Disfrute muchísimo de la historia y los personajes y al final quedé con ganas de mas!
¡Definitivamente recomiendo este libro a los fanaticos de fantasia!
From the Author
Nick's backstory is true. There's a grave marker in the local cemetery that has drawn since I was a teen. So much so that I went to the cemetery office and scoured the old tomes to find out her story. And Nickolas was named from the granite headstone right beside the one I visit on regular basis. I've actually wandered the rows and rows of tombstones to find unique names for other characters. Ivy, Emari's best friend, is a variation of friend of mine...her name is Heather. Jesse was based on a young man who worked with me. He was always upbeat and optimistic, and he always sang 'Run Around Su' when he saw me. Sabre James was a derivation of a guy named Tabor...and James came from Jesse James the notorious bank robber. And Eddyson....well, it tells you in the book where that came from.
The second book in the Dream Weaver Trilogy is entitled Rock Star and is in its editing phase now. I'm still formulating my thoughts on the final book, Private Eye.