14 Dec 2015

Dream Casters Review



  • Book Details:



  • File Size: 2356 KB
  • Print Length: 430 pages
  • Publisher: Fire Quill Publishers; First Edition edition (May 25, 2015)
  • Publication Date: May 25, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00YBBTBYU


  • What is it about?
Mr. Sandman, send me a dream, ta da da da…..Seventeen year old
Chastity Blake knows the Sandman is just a silly children’s story parents tell their children to get them to sleep. At least she thought it was, until the day a mysterious, light golden sand appeared in her hands during a high school prank that went horribly wrong. A sand that has the power to send anyone it touches into a deep, sound sleep.

Fearing she had lost her mind, Chastity soon discovers the shocking
truth of her heritage – she is a Dream Caster. Chastity was never supposed to be raised on the Domain, or what humans call Earth and she is forced to return to her true birth place, Revera – the world of Dreams.

However, in Revera there is no balance between good, the Light
Casters, and darkness, the Shadow Casters, and Chastity is caught square in the middle. She soon learns that there is no place for anyone containing both the light and the darkness within them, and the shocking truth that if anyone in Revera ever discovered her shadow self, Chastity would be thrown into the Oblivion – the world of Nightmares.

Dreams are always more than they seem, and this time Chastity is
going to discover just how different they can be.
 



I have to say, the idea of being able to wield golden sand in a way only the sandman can, brings bout a very interesting read. The main character of Chas is more my type of person, being light and dark and all round sarcastic good girl.
Even when the story at times seemed to be dragging, there was never a dull moment.
Can't wait to read nr 2 in the series. Well done Adrienne!

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