Would you be willing to fight for your dreams?
Fifteen-year-old Archer Keaton has the ability to enter and explore his dreams. He is a Dreamtreader, one of three selected from each generation. Their mission: to protect the waking world from the Nightmare Lord who dwells beyond the Slumber Gate. But as Archer’s dreams become more dangerous and threatening, so too does his waking life.
This is the conclusion to a three-book journey. I was given this book for a review by BookLook Bloggers, but I fear my review may not do it any justice. I haven't a clue as to the other book's actions. I don't really know Archer either. In a way, it was wrong to have this one without the entire story, but I read it.
To me, the book felt like a mixing of an original story and Narnia. There were Christian undertones and a bit of action, all of which I appreciated, but I didn't really feel what I should have for the story, due to coming in on the very ending. Imagine watching The Battle of the Five Armies (Lord of the Rings) and never viewing the previous five movies. Or reading the books even! You'd have a good show, but you'd never truly understand the journey or even the victory because you didn't know the story and the journeys involved. I couldn't become emotionally invested.
Please don't misunderstand, the War for the Waking World by Wayne Thomas Batson, was an adventure, but not one I'm even concerned with checking out (the previous books) because now I know the ending!
Onward... towards the next book!📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*The Realmsic Conquest: The Icon of Earth is next.
**Book provided by BookLookBloggers.com, for an honest review.
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