What would you do for your best friends? Would you die for them? Jordan Lewis always knew she was a little different from her friends Lauren and Audrey but she never would guess just how much. As Jordan's seventeenth birthday draws closer her dreams become more vivid, almost real. Until she finds herself in her own dreams or is it really a dream? Jordan and her friends embark on a journey to find the truth about their past.While finding loved ones again, but at what cost? What price will have to be paid? A life for a life? Where there is death there will always be death.....
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Jordan has the most vivid dreams. She visits different places and lately it’s been more intense. Soon she discovers that things are deeper and more complicated than anyone could have guessed. Her and her friends Audrey and Lauren try their best to figure out what is going on when Jordan spaces out at school. The girls ditch their responsibilities to band together and try to make sense of it all.
Lauren has been different ever since her mom and little brother disappeared and so has her dad. She is a different person an unhappy one but she rolls with the punches.
Jordan freaks when she sees Laurens mom and brother in her dream world and soon figures out there’s more to this. She confides in her best friends and they accidentally embark on a crazy journey that dreams are made of.
Jordan feels a strange connection to a guy she has seen in her dreams before and when it turns out he is there too she is more and more determined to get to the bottom of things. A creepy old woman holds the info they need and time is running out quite literally.
I have read quite a few books with dreams and walking in dreams and this is definitely a new twist and just when you thought you had it figured out bam! Nope wrong again! It was great but ooh my gawd! Just when you thought it was all coming to a tidy end… Cliffhanger! Noooo! S.L. Seay I MUST have the next book as soon as it’s done OMG! I NEED to know what happens next! And I can totally see the progressive growth in this authors writing and I am so very proud of her! Congrats S.L. Seay on a great novel!!
I recommend this book it is a very good YA read!
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