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    Science meets Dreams

    This is an interesting story about a girl who has strange dreams, and can do things through those dreams. It is a journal entry format, where she is kidnapped by scientists who want her help to find a missing child. It is an interesting story to be sure, with lots of depth with everything going on. It seems this author's stories all connect really well together, in fact I believe near the end the investigators from her crime series show up for a small cameo. I was excited to see that and hope to find a book with them investigating this case further. The science in this book is interesting, and entirely plausible in the future. You can see something like this happening in the future. Well done. The narrator was fantastic.
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    Great story!

    This was the first book I read by Julie C. Gilbert. I really enjoyed it! I had no clue beforehand what kind of story it was and I am grateful I didn't know as the knowledge that it was a bunch of journal writings by 2 girls might have put me off reading it. I thought the author did a great job! What a unique way of telling the story! At first while reading it I was like "what the heck is this?" but it held my interest enough from the beginning and pretty soon I was immersed in the story of these 2 young girls, their kidnapping and subsequent trauma that ensued. I am looking forward to reading the 2nd book in this series.
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