It isn't just a dream...
Bekk cannot seem to stay awake. As a sophomore in high school, it doesn't bode well for his education or the social services agent breathing down his older brother - and guardian's - neck.
But Bekk can't help it. He's being plagued by dreams - dreams from his childhood, about a land called Iyah.
If he doesn't snap out of it soon, he'll be taken away from the only family he has left. But when the school psychologist insists it's a childhood reaction to the trauma of his parent's death, Bekk's only recourse is to figure out the meaning of his dreams before it's too late.
This is a YA fantasy adventure.
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Good first installment
This book is pretty good. The narration is great, well paced, and good differentiation. The story is enjoyable but felt a little scattered—I anticipate the second book to be more fluid with the stage now set. PARENTS: there is moderate language (no fbombs) and semi-detailed reference to intimate relations as overheard by a character. I’m excited to see what the next book brings! —I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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Entertaining and fun
Loved the narration by Maria Marquis. the story is fun and captivating and I will look forward to finding out what happens in the next books