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The Dream Makers (The Dream Keeper Chronicles) (Volume 3) Paperback – November 1, 2014
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About the Author
Mikey Brooks is a small child masquerading as an adult. On occasion you’ll catch him dancing the funky chicken, singing like a banshee, and pretending to have never grown up. He is an award winning author of the middle-grade fantasy adventure series The Dream Keeper Chronicles. His other middle-grade books include: The Gates of Atlantis: Battle for Acropolis and The Stone of Valhalla. His picture books include the best-selling ABC Adventures: Magical Creatures, Trouble with Bernie, and Bean’s Dragons. Mikey has a BS degree in English from Utah State University and works fulltime as a freelance illustrator, cover designer, and author. His art can be seen in many forms from picture books to full room murals. He loves to daydream with his three daughters and explore the worlds that only the imagination of children can create. As a member of the Emblazoners, he is one of many authors devoted to ‘writing stories on the hearts of children’ (emblazoners.com). You can find more about him and his books at: www.insidemikeysworld.com.
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Author – Mikey Brooks
Star rating - ★★★★★
Plot – very entertaining, original, good flow
Characters – loved all the characters and how detailed they were
Movie Potential - ★★★★★
Ease of reading – very easy to read
Cover - ✔
Suitable Title - ✔
Would I read it again - ✔
** I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK FOR MY READING PLEASURE **
Normally, when I write a review like this, I go into detail about the plot, the characters and the style of writing or what I loved or hated about the book. I can't do that for this one. I literally just finished reading this book and my heart is broken.
There are so many characters that tugged the heart strings, from the beginning to the end of the book. Some characters I'd hated and some I'd loved in previous books, but in this book it all came together until all the lines between good and bad, black and white were blurred.
I enjoyed going back, in the first chapter, to when Liz was little and getting to know more about her journey and how the librarian fitted in. I loved the inclusion of Jason, Cato and all the kids, good and bad, that they knew. For being fourteen, all these kids were strong enough to know and recognise when they were needed. They all pushed aside their personal grievances to come together and support each other.
Another excellent instalment in the series. I'm so sad it's over.
This--of all the books in the trilogy--is the most heart-pounding, crazy ride of all. I don't know how Brooks kept up the pace, but for almost the whole book, I thought, "Surely this is it! This is the grand finale!" But wait--there's more! I absolutely loved the whole series, and this book finishes the story in a very satisfying, promising way. The characters evolve in meaningful ways, and the relationships are credible. This will make a spectacular movie some day. Somebody call Spielberg!
I figured that the writer must have an amazing imagination. Have you ever had a secret that you couldn’t tell anyone not even your life time partner??
The book is about so many different dream keepers its is the third and last book in the series I am looking forward to reading the first two, I know backwards but it was really good. Imagine your dreams are another world, what would you be doing would it be good or bad. If I could recommend one book this month it would definitely be The Dream Maker