- File Size: 1021 KB
- Print Length: 210 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 19, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01AOHOW3O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,662,691 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Dream Of Me (The Djinn Order #2) Kindle Edition
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It’s a great story, that’s for sure – or at least, it is so far (there is at least one more book to come). I read the book in two sittings (as I did with the first), and it kept me up well past my bed time, so there is no doubt that I enjoyed it. It was full of excitement and some great characters. I’ve fallen in love with Glory St. Pierre in a way that I hadn’t quite managed in the first book, and her character becomes much more rounded and realistic in Dream of Me. The book gives more depth to the other characters as well – Edwin and Karaman in particular, making the whole book more engaging and ultimately, more enjoyable.
It ends well too, leaving me with a gasp and a twinge of excitement. I’m disappointed that the third book isn’t available yet – I would have started reading it as soon as I finished this one. There isn’t a cliff-hanger as such, but the revelations that come to light at the end of this book are exciting and intriguing, meaning that I’m anxious to know what comes next. The book, too, is filled with the fantastic narrative and lovely descriptions that I’ve come to expect from A.Read more ›
In this book, Glory is still trying to come to terms with everything she discovered in the first book, with herself being the daughter of Rasputin and her mother being a fierce Djinn hunter and everything else in between. To stop Rasputin she, Irving, her mother and aunt are going on a quest to find the Lord of the Djinn order, their only hope to save everyone.
Glory is still her feisty self, only she now knows who she really is. She still hasn't forgiven her family for keeping such a huge secret from her. I think Glory is a fantastic character but sometimes I wanted to smack some sense into her because of the decisions she made, although at the time she didn't knew they'd turn out bad. She also had some issues defining her relationship with Irving, which has its ups and down. I still love them to bits and pieces together, though.
And Irving? What can I say about him that isn't obvious already. I love his devotion to Glory and his need to protect her, but also his kingdom. He's one of my favorite book boyfriends ever. I adore him.
Some parts of this book really blew my mind. Especially the end. I really didn't see that one coming. The author, A. Star, really has a knack with writing surprising twists that make me exclaim out loud. Seriously. I also still love the steampunk aspect. It's all pretty genius and wonderful world-building.
Overal, Dream of Me by A. Star was amazing! Even more so than the first book, in my opinion. I'm also really excited for the next instalment in the series, with the way things ending. I can't wait!
Glory is just as funny and sassy as ever. She’s a very relatable character. I love how she speaks her mind even in the face of royalty, but I don’t love how she can’t keep her mouth shut at the right times. That’s often a big problem with people who are sassy. It’s the price you pay for being such a fun person. Anyhow, I think her loyalty goes deeper than she believes, so she’ll always make the most selfless decision, even if it screws things up short-term. I don’t believe that nothing can be undone.
The plot was very good. It was very straightforward, but still with several twists and surprises. However, those were mostly due to the discovery of new information. The action was straightforward. As for actual fighting action, there wasn’t too much of that, but I think there will be more in the next book. Several big things were revealed towards the end, evolving the situation into a larger-scale issue.
Glory’s and Irving’s relationship was a lot rockier in this book. It was mostly due to two things. One was that she was having a hard time committing herself to him while he had already committed himself to her. The other was the issue of trust. Both sides kept things from the other, although Irving was a lot less patient when Glory kept secrets. Oh, and there is the small issue of Glory not being able to keep her mouth shut and screwing a few things up. But I believe that in the end it will work out.Read more ›
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Dream of Me was my first read of 2016 and it did not disappoint, although there were parts of the book that... Read more
I received a review copy in exchange for an honest review.
The big reveal at the end of Wish For Me shed light on Glory's connections to the Djinn. Read more
** I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review**
Having said that I must start by stating that I liked this book more than I had expected to like. Read more
Please read Wish for Me before this starting this one. There is a lot of information to know and a reader may not understand fully. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Romantic Renay
I have a problem with this book. It's too short - I wanted more!
That aside, this novel was all about developing the relationships. Read more