Dreamfever by Kit Alloway
A Novel (The Dream Walker Trilogy)

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Written with an alluring, almost hallucinatory atmosphere punctuated by visceral horror, this is a phantasmagoric swirl in which quantum theory meets Freddy Krueger. Readers are left blinking and anticipating the next volume of this nightmarish saga.
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Finding out that she is the True Dream Walker hasn't gone at all the way Joshlyn Weaver would have expected it to. The only special gift she seems to have is an ability to create archways, which really isn't that special. In addition to her inability to connect with the Dream, she has also started having nightmares that are so terrible she can't tell anyone about them. Not even Will.

Just when Josh thought her life couldn't get any more complicated, the lost dream walker princess returns to claim her parents' right to the throne, right as the Lodestone party threatens to take control of the government during the upcoming Accordance Conclave.

With the clock running down, Josh must rely on not only her friends, but also her enemies, to stop the radicals from taking power and controlling the Dream. But how can she expect to save everyone else when she's struggling to pick up the pieces of her own shattered life?

Dreamfever will have you on the edge of your seat as Kit Alloway takes you even deeper into the world of the dream walkers, and will leave you begging for more!

 

About Kit Alloway

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KIT ALLOWAY writes primarily for young adults, having always had an affection for teenagers.  In addition to writing, she plays various musical instruments, decorates cakes, mixes essential oils, and studies East European languages.  She lives in Louisville, KY with her family and four very tiny dogs. Dreamfire is her debut novel.
 
Published February 23, 2016 by St. Martin's Griffin. 318 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Written with an alluring, almost hallucinatory atmosphere punctuated by visceral horror, this is a phantasmagoric swirl in which quantum theory meets Freddy Krueger. Readers are left blinking and anticipating the next volume of this nightmarish saga.

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