When your dreams come true, sometimes you get more than you bargained for….
In the young adult teen series Dream Slayer, Natalie Johnson has always dreamed she's someone else - calm, beautiful, in control. A chosen warrior with a maniacal arch nemesis and a dreamy boyfriend, the type that can make your knees melt and your heart quiver.
Real life is much different. She's tormented by a bully and endures the sharp tongue of her father, but finds solace in her dreams.
When her bully ends up dead, deja vu from a dream hits her hard as everything around her begins to fall apart. Whatever killed Sarah in her dreams is now in reality, hunting her from the shadows. And it wants her dead.
Somehow as the lines between reality and nightmare blur, Natalie must discover hidden strength to pull her friends and family back from the brink of madness.
In the tradition of young adult vampire fiction such as Twilight and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, comes The Dream Slayer.
A young adult paranormal series that features two worlds, and two girls with a shared destiny. Vampires, demons, and monsters lurk in the shadows where a group of chosen kids must fight to protect their city, all the while struggling with love and lost with a mild sense of humor.
©2012 Jill Cooper (P)2014 Jill Cooper
Yes, because a story is a story. But, no, because it was difficult to get through. I couldn't stay entertained.
The fact it was so well written, and the audio narrator does a great job in performing it.
The scene on the bus with Sarah, the main character Natalie, and the bus driver.
It's hard to choose just one.
Overall this was a great audiobook, and series, look forward to the rest of it
Worth the time listening to.
If you like demons, this book is everything you could want. It was very reminiscent of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, only in dreams. Natalie and her sidekicks are likeable characters. The relationship between Nat and Tristan is sweet.
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