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- Print Length: 398 pages
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- Publisher: Gnosis Press; 1 edition (November 7, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0768DRN7V
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mission and his life. Aislen awakens in Raziel the deeply buried essence of his soul and his lost sense of humanity. Together there is nothing they can't conquer or is there? For there are many dangerous and devious characters who will stop at nothing to stop them. Take the plunge into the world of the "Walkers," Starting with Episode 1 of Dream Walker. Episode 2 of Time Walker with its exciting and excellent written ending will leave up holding your breath in anticipation for the spring release of Episode 3 of World Walker.
We are still following Aislen as she is beginning to just realize the potential of her power. Her life is in danger and she thinks it’s from Raze/Raziel but she soon learns that more than one person is gunning of her. She thinks that she is dreaming only to find out what she is really seeing is past events. As she pieces together all of these events she is realizing that these events are all leading to her.
Her world has changed from thinking it’s just her and her mom after her father abandoned her to learning that her father left her and her mom to save her and to discovering a maniacal grandfather that wants to posses her mind and her body. Will she be able to learn how to defend herself and those she love and still keep herself intact?
A good portion of this book felt like a really serious acid trip as Aislen would fall into one dreamscape after another. We learn about her grandfather and how his reign of terror started and how he created all of the pieces that eventually lead to her birth. His experiments caused many deaths and many mind-altering breakthroughs that he harnessed for his own uses.
Aislen and Raze once they established that he was not the one trying to harm her kind started feeling like a really bad teenage angst fest. One minute she wants him to kiss her then she’s unsure and when Raze tries to keep a distance she is devastated. The does he like me does he not thing got a bit annoying. Then having a scene or a moment and immediately repeating the same scene or moment again with dialogue just got too repetitious and didn’t add much to the storyline. The story was a bit choppy and disjointed in places, like I said it was like a bad acid trip at times.
Seeing the growth in Raze was great. He went from a controlled puppet doing what ever he was told know matter how bad, to someone that was reconnecting with humanity and with himself. He was willing to sacrifice himself to save Aislen and to help others, which for the old him was so out of character that it took him a while to adjust to the new way he was looking at the world.
This story was mostly about the sick mind of her grandfather Sigmund with Aislen bouncing around in his slimy memories than it was about her. Aislen was a quick study when it came to figuring out how to use her abilities and once she got away from any possible male interests she seemed to be able to think much clearer and was much stronger. There were occasional glimpses of her confidence trying to come out at different times in the story and towards the end of the book she was able to make her own choices even with the tough consequences.
Great story and writing by Shannan Sinclair. (I’m an ARC reader for the author)