- File Size: 901 KB
- Print Length: 193 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1772338702
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evernight Teen (May 19, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 19, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01FWVVFGY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,591,803 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There is tangible suspense and danger from the moment you open this book that is sharp and unrelenting. How will you ever escape? Can Evelyn use her powers to be the hero this time? Is it bigger than her? Would you venture to put yourself under the scrutiny of the public eye that can feel just as dangerous as putting yourself physically in harms way? These are the thrilling questions that keep you enthralled in this page turner!
Philip Hoy has written a fresh and unapologetic look at what the landscape of bullying, self esteem, peer pressure, and having the confidence to be yourself really looks and feels like for today's young adults. There's vivid imagery throughout of flight, escape, and peering beyond the horizon, as well as masks, oppression, and hidden motivations. The novel is a race for unraveling the secrets of a solution screaming at you to fly and take action when you barely have the time to figure out what it all means as you go.
I love the classroom discussions of the Walt Whitman poems and how they relate to Evelyn's dilemma of having the strength to be an outsider that actually does something, or one of the silent crowd that does nothing and fails her community.
I recommend this book for any young adult who knows how hard it is to fit in and how rewarding it can be to hold true to your values. And I recommend this for anyone who wants to become invigorated by the hope of what even the smallest of us can do. How good humanity can be when the world seems so dark around you. A fantastic read and an inspiring work of art. I absolutely recommend it!
Evelyn's dreams are violent and they scare her. She thinks they might be premonitions of future events, suggestions that something awful is bound to happen. Does she have the dreams just to watch and maybe warn those she dreams about or is there something more she can do? What influence does her drawing have on real life experiences this time and can Evelyn discover how the messages she gets truly work before it's too late?
The Dream Diaries is another great story about Evelyn Hernandez. Evelyn is creative, fierce, talented and stubborn. She has a clear view of what's right and wrong and follows her own path. I liked that a lot about her. When she feels she has to go after something she doesn't hesitate and takes the necessary steps, even if her safety is at stake. This means Evelyn soon finds herself in dire situations, but she doesn't give up. She knows her dreams mean something and she's determined to discover what it is exactly. I was intrigued by everything that happens to her and Philip Hoy kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end.
Philip Hoy's writing flows easily and therefore it's possible to completely focus on his story. The Dream Diaries is fast-paced and filled with action. The story has some terrific dark moments and I was surprised by the cleverness and depth of the writing. Philip Hoy combines magic with real life issues and he does that in a fantastic way. Evelyn's skills are intriguing and I loved finding out more about what she can do. I was captivated by this enchanting story and really enjoyed reading it.
The second book in this series, starts out pretty close to where we left off in the first one, The Revenge Artist.
Although the bullying issue is not prominent in this book, the social issues of being an outcast, drug dealing and so is the underlying theme - that you pay a price, good or bad with the actions you take are taken on in this edition. This book is faster paced than the first one, and you grow to know the characters even more and even Evelyn’s parents play a nice role in this one. One thing that Evelyn’s mother said, “I really like that boy, but I can hate him just as easily if you need me to.” Exactly what I, or my own family would say and/or do. Kudos to the author.
Full review in December issue of Uncaged Book Reviews.
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