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  • Creative YA Fantasy with a lot of Violence

    Dreamwielder is a YA fantasy about a young teen girl who can turn dreams into reality. Unfortunately, all magic is forbidden by the cruel emperor, and she is in danger of her life if anyone but her family finds out. Meanwhile, royal siblings begin trying to overthrow the emperor with the help of secret sorcerers. Dreamwielder was an engaging YA fantasy novel. I enjoyed the creative plot and setting. There were some unexpected plot twists, and I enjoyed the plot as a whole. Some of the technology seemed a bit steampunk, which was fun as well. There were four main characters — the dreamwielder girl, her grandfather, an 18-year-old princess, and the princess’s brother. They each had unique personalities, and I enjoyed reading about them. I think that they could have had a little more character development, though. My biggest concern about the novel is the content level for the age group. The characters and the reading level seem to be written for younger teens. The main character especially seemed so innocent and young — she was only about 13, after all. Although there were 3 other, older POV characters. However, there was quite a bit of violence for a young teen age group, such as someone burning a ship full of people locked in their cabins, serious threats of torture and of “bedding” an 18-year-old unwilling girl as many times as it takes to get her with child, war violence, and more. It was a bit much for a young age group. I enjoyed the book as a whole and found it refreshing and creative. I would recommend it, though with the content concerns included with the recommendation. I received a complementary copy of this book. All opinions are my own, and I was not obligated to provide a positive review.

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