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    Outstanding read

    There is no greater fear than a parent has for the well-being of their child. Not since I read Pet Sematary, many, many years ago have I read a book that made me worry, and hope that everything would work out in the end. Dream Wide Awake, starts like a freight train, and carried me along with it. The characters are well drawn, and I thoroughly recommend this book. This author, is one I will be following from now on.
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    Great Characters & Cool Concept

    The teal green cover drew me in, and I'm always curious about dreams. Within just a few paragraphs, I was hooked—not only on the mystery, but because of the fully developed characters. I particularly loved Mikala. It's refreshing to have a strong female child character in an adult book. Without giving too much away, the book is about some boys kidnapped by a graduate of a government Dream Project who wants to escape his life. These graduates all have the psychic power of being able to dream wide awake to see the future. Some can even talk with the dead. The story was about how other graduates of the program, along with Mikala, worked with police detectives to attempt to solve the crime and find the missing boys. As a mother, I was a little worried that the book might be too difficult for me to read. However, the book did not focus on the boys' experience too much, and thanks to the dream power, we knew nothing too terrible was going to happen to them the start. The focus of the book was truly on the investigation and the power of the dreams. The author did a fantastic job explaining Project Dream and their powers. It was so logical it allowed me to suspend my disbelief. I look forward to other books by this new author.
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