“…amazing, it was thrilling, fun and exciting all rolled up into one fast paced story”
I’m not sure what I was expecting when I first started this but it blew any expectations I may have had out of the water. It was amazing, it was thrilling, fun and exciting all rolled up into one fast paced story.
Amy isn’t your average american girl, she is a dreamshifter. After being kidnapped she moved into a new house, in a new city, where no one knew her. Not even being in the new place for a full day and she meets her father, a mysterious young guy, Duncan and almost gets assassinated. So now she is in hiding trying not to be killed for a reason she knows nothing about. All while trying to figure out a way to help her mom.
I really enjoyed this book and I think I’ll be continuing with the rest of the series. It was different from a lot of the books out there now. Amy was great, she was funny and kept situations light even when they were very heavy. In the midst of almost being killed she still found time to joke around with Duncan. Speaking of Duncan, he was adorable and so protective, I loved it. The two made a great leading pair.
Amy was only 18 and it felt that way. Elle Boca did a great job making her seem as grown up as 18 while also keeping a bit of immaturity there. I hate when books make their teenage characters feel too grown up, so I’m glad this wasn’t the case.
I’m not going to lie I did not lie I did not trust Amy’s father at first. It seemed odd, on the same day they met she almost died. I also felt she was too quick to believe that he was her father since she never met him before. Duncan too for that matter, she literally just met him and was going all over the place with him. I’m glad she did though because they were hilarious together.
The dreamshifthing aspect was too cool. I don’t think I’ve ever read anything like it, it was so unique. The whole Weeia thing is very different but very cool. I can’t wait to get the second book.
Ashley Tomlinson, reader, aspiring author, and host of hyperashley.com