• Dreamer

  • The Dream World Chronicles, Book 1
  • By: Camille Peters
  • Narrated by: Shiromi Arserio
  • Length: 12 hrs and 52 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Dreamer

By: Camille Peters
Narrated by: Shiromi Arserio
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Eden has a secret: She has the ability to see and enter others’ dreams, a most inconvenient power when one is an outcast living in a magic-phobic village and yearning to fit in. When she accidentally exposes her powers, Eden discovers that her uncanny abilities connect her to the Dream World, home to the magical beings responsible for creating dreams and the first place Eden has felt she truly belongs.

Standing in her way is the formidable Dream Council, which questions whether she should remain in their world. Unless Eden can prove she’s truly a Dreamer, she’ll lose all her magical powers and be forced to return to Earth. 

Proving herself turns out to be more difficult than she anticipated. When Eden is assigned to create dreams for a newborn mortal, her opponent - the talented Nightmare Darius - makes it his personal mission to uncover her secrets, which could result in her permanent banishment.

Eden struggles not only to outwit her foe, but also to prevent herself from falling in love with him, all while finding herself entangled in mysterious events as the Nightmare Realm begins to eclipse the Dream Realm, threatening not just her chances of remaining in her new home, but the balance of the universe itself. 

As Eden fights to fit into this world of dreams and magic, she finds herself on a journey of self-discovery that will take her down a path that forces her to confront an unknown darkness within herself, leading her to realize she’s not who she initially believed, nor does she belong where she thinks she does.

©2021 Camille Peters (P)2021 Camille Peters

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Torn

I was going back and forth over whether to give this 3 or 4 stars. On its own, I probably would have given 4. I enjoyed the book overall. I loved the idea of the world the author created and the dreamers/nightmares. The main character could be a bit irritating at times, but I was able to look past it and overall enjoy the story enough to move on to the second book.

I decided to go with 3 stars, because I was not able to enjoy the second book. Everything that irritated me about the main character in book one became so much worse in book 2, and I myself would have liked a warning before starting a series where the main character is so difficult to connect with or have any empathy for.

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Great Magical & Fantasy New Series

A great story of dreamers & nightmares. The main character Eden was very frustrating much of the time but has potential to grow. She’s only 17 so it’s understandable. I do love Darius & Bolt, they are my favorite characters so far. The ending left my anxious for the next book. All in all it was a great story and looking forward to the rest of the books.