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Elven Dreams (Realm Jumper Chronicles) (Volume 4) Paperback – December 24, 2015
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Raven Williams describes herself as a beautiful mess disguised as a human being. Within this beautiful mess words swirl around until they coalesce into fictional, fantasy stories or poetry for the world to read. When Raven is not writing, she is creating art in the form of fractal designs and abstract paintings. She is also a caregiver for a disabled family member and three cats. She currently resides in the Northwest Florida Panhandle, but the Pacific Northwest is the home of her heart. She hopes to return there one day.
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There's only one new character added to the cast in this installment, though she was semi-introduced in the last book. However, Raven didn't stop working with her entire crew. She continued developing each of them with a deft hand. It was interesting to see how some of the characters changed, while others became even more hide bound in their opinions. Especially on the "good" side. For the "bad" guys, there was so much disorder and chaos, it could get to be a little confusing trying to remember who supported what, or had stood for which before. Definitely helped keep the interest to see if the swirling mess ever resolved into a semblance of order.
There is a lot going on, and if you're reading straight through, it may seem a little over whelming. Even with a short break, I was able to straighten out the timeline, and continue to enjoy the story. There were a couple of places I remember wishing a little more time had been allotted to explore or expand upon, but not many. This installment definitely continues to add to the overall tension in the series, which added another enjoyable layer for me. I'm definitely looking forward to coming back and re-reading once I have a little more time. Something tells me it's going to be even better.
A well deserved five out of five stars on this one, and a huge recommendation. If you haven't started reading the series, and enjoy fantasy then I'd highly recommend you start. A fun read from start to finish. (Yes, there's a few more books to come, so there isn't a huge climactic scene, but most of the story line is wrapped up, which makes waiting for the next installment bearable.)
Things I look forward to seeing/ hoping to see in Book 5:
- Cassie and Vaduxach try to destroy each other
-Cheyenne coming into her powers
-All about who Helena really is (Cheyenne's friend who is having dreams of being a Fey)
-Battle! Who doesn't like a good battle between good and evil?