After reading the synopsis of this book I new that someone I know would love it. This is the third book in a trilogy and we have not read any of the previous books, but they will be ordered very soon. This trilogy will make the perfect Christmas gift.
I love that I was able to just start reading this book without having to read the previous ones. It’s written in a way that you won’t be lost for not reading the first two. The author does an awesome job with his writing style. I love how this story turned out with quite a few unexpected turns. You will not be ready for the trilogy to end. You never know….maybe he’ll write some more to go along with it.
This is a great fantasy type trilogy and you won’t be disappointed. I can’t wait to gift this trilogy to someone that I know. She’s gonna love it.
About The Book:
The War for the Waking World (Thomas Nelson, October 2015)
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.
In this fast-paced conclusion to the exciting fantasy trilogy, the dream world and the waking world bleed into each other when a rift is formed between the two. People in the real world suddenly find their waking lives resemble their wildest dreams. Now it’s up to Archer and his fellow Dreamtreaders to race to reverse the rift before too much damage is done and to battle Archer’s ex-best friend, Kara, who sits on the throne of the Nightmare Lord. Kara is building an army of her own. Will Archer be strong enough to stand against her?
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About The Author:
Wayne Thomas Batson is an American writer. He has been married to his wife, Mary Lu, for seventeen years and has four children. He currently works as a teacher at Folly Quarter Middle School teaching sixth grade English language arts and is the youngest of four children. His most recent series, Dreamtreaders published by Thomas Nelson Inc (2014), is a modern-day paranormal YA adventure dealing with the subject of dreams.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.