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DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway. DREAMFIRE. From the Alloway explores the complexities of dream-walking politics in detail, with the result that. : Dreamfire: A novel (The Dream Walker Trilogy) (): Kit Alloway: Books. Unlike most year-olds, Joshlyn Weaver has a sacred duty. She’s the celebrated daughter of the dream walkers, a secret society whose members enter the.

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What I mean by that is the story itself and its characters. Click on the magazine’s cover to check them out! Even though this isn’t an amazing book I would like to read the aloway two books in the series. Aug 17, Grace rated it it was ok Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem? Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts.


You wouldn’t feel that the story was concealed within the real world because it felt like a high fantasy. In the first five pages you find out that her qlloway died, she is estranged from her former best friend, and her mom died making a This book kt I had a a love hate relationship. It is fast paced with prett cool characters and a fascinating plot. A dark and exciting paranormal adventure that will keep patient genre fans up late.

Dream Walker Series by Kit Alloway

The other side characters were nice enough and actually memorable which is saying something in itself. And by the last book, he matured a lot and realized what was actually important to him. Add in some villains and character conflicts to the dream lore and you have a nice little novel there.

Also the writing for the scroll’s was very small and just barely legible. Jan 07, Aditi rated it really liked it Shelves: I was quickly coming to the end of this book, reading peacefully when BAM!


Thank you to Penguin Random House for sending me this book in exchange for an honest review! If you haven’t read the first two books in the Dream Walker Trilogy, have no fear! I can only hope that in it questions I had will be answered and maybe solutions for problems left in the first can be resolves. It was full of painful and exciting scenes that had me wanting for more. I felt that the second book was really just a connector between the other books.

Dream Walker Series

I like Will’s back story and his feel as the outsider. The whole struggle of identity, and destiny for some of the characters was also a good theme, because it created most of the issues. In general, I liked her as a character because I found her to be really confident, smart, and great with pressure and stress. But when strangers with impossible powers begin appearing in the Dream, it isn’t just Will that Josh has to protect–it’s the whole World. The author told or rather showed us a lot of things about this world.

It’s a fun fact that I rarely give five stars. Josh has a lot of doubts about herself and blames herself for the death of her ex Ian. At the same time, hints are dropped about past character conflicts and the new threat dreamfife the dream world of the main plot. Everything is precise and the fact that the characters have to train to be able to dream-walk makes all the more serious.

Now granted my official rating for this book is a 4. The plot was very interesting — there were a lot of ups and downs scattered throughout the books. What the book didn’t impress me at was the characterization and the pacing.

They are a lovable cast and dreafmire supportive and if I had allwoay ask for anyone to watch my back, it would be this fantabulous bunch. So basically, I didn’t like the book in the least.


They both had their fears but with all they’d been through you could understand why. I may not have liked every single one of them and I especially had a problem with Windsor but in the end, the author just did a great job with them.

Mar 04, Danielle rated it really liked it. This book could be slow so some readers, but I appreciate learning about the theory of how things work in a different universe.

What I am trying to say is that this book was not wanted it to be but it was still a great read. I gave the book 4 out of 5 stars because the beginning was just so difficult to get through.

DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway | Kirkus Reviews

Additionally, one of Dreamfire-themed collages will appear. The concept of this book is really interesting, and the themes fit perfectly.

Where are the champagne?! A YA series that you definitely need to shelve as well as read! It took me a long time to warm to the book though, dreamfiree it gets bogged down with lengthy and complicated explanations on dream theory.

This was by far, one of the longest trilogy I have alooway in a very long time. Now she’s been assigned an apprentice, a boy whose steady gaze sees right through her, and she’s almost as afraid of getting close to him as she is of getting him killed.