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These are characters with a lot of character. I really appreciate that Mr. Brooks keeps his language completely clean. In fact, the setting and plot are very dreamlike—totally appropriate for the story, but my realism loving brain sometimes found the chaos a little hard to process. That part reminded me a bit of Alice in Wonderland. And the prose does get a litte rough in places. Oct 29, Angela Oliver rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult , adventure , fantasy , childrens.
An interesting and imaginative novel that works on several different levels. Ultimately, it is an adventure novel - the forces of good against the forces of darkness as Parker and Kaelyn help Dream Keeper Gladamyr fight against the evil usurper of the Dream realms. Self doubt and loathing plague her throughout the story, but are interspersed with some true acts of heroism that really make her shine. Add into this: the magical setting of the Dream world; Gladamyr - a Dream Keeper whose mere existence proves that your birth does not shape your destiny; a villain set on destroying the human race; the trials and tribulations of trying to "keep cool in school" and you've got an enchanting story, a fast-paced, diverse and slightyl surreal adventure and an overall jolly fine read.
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May 18, Sherry Gammon rated it it was amazing. Humans Parker and Kaelynn join Gladamyr, the Dream Keeper, on an adventure to save the real world and the dream world. Gladamyr is a kind-hearted ex-Mare, so unlike his evil counterpart Fyren who wants to fill the world with nightmares. Peter and Kaelynn surprise themselves as they discover what they are capable of while fighting this evil villain. Both had wonderful character arcs.
I enjoyed Gladamyr's journey also. I loved this story as did my 14 year old son. It was well written, cleaver Humans Parker and Kaelynn join Gladamyr, the Dream Keeper, on an adventure to save the real world and the dream world. It was well written, cleaver, and held both of our interest. For me it had the charm of the earlier Harry Potter books though it is a completely different story. I recommend this to anyone liking mystery, fantasy…and if you are suffering with nightmares.
Great Job, Mikey Brooks!
Dream Keeper: Its Time to Face Your Fears
Awesome cover! May 16, Cas Peace rated it it was amazing. The Dream Keeper really is a cracking novel.
Mikey Brooks writes with passion and understanding, so much so that his characters come alive right off the page. I love thi The Dream Keeper really is a cracking novel.
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I love this book now — I wish I could have read it when I was 14! Jun 03, Jennifer Gamboa rated it it was amazing. This book has such a gorgeous cover. It is such a fun book too, full of imagination and adventure. I love the concept of our dreams being an actual place. This book is great for anyone who likes fantasy, but is definitely targeted to younger teens. I think it would be a great book for boys, especially ones don't normally like to read because it has quite a few video game references that they could relate to. I enjoyed escaping into the world of Dreams that Mikey created without having to actually This book has such a gorgeous cover.
I enjoyed escaping into the world of Dreams that Mikey created without having to actually fall asleep. For me, that is what reading is all about--dreams and imagination coming to life.
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May 08, Brooke Stephenson rated it it was amazing. This was an exceptional book. I love the concept from the beginning. I will definitely be anxiously awaiting the next book. It was action-packed and filled with twists that can only happen in a dreamworld. Go read it!! Sep 01, Megan Carr rated it it was amazing. Two real 14 year olds go k to an adventure to save the world and a dream world, and in the dream world they meet Gladamyr who is a dream keeper.
As they go on this big adventure u learn about your characters and you might just be able to connect with them. Oct 31, Sharee Wanner rated it it was amazing. The Dream Keeper is full of adventure, danger and newfound friendships. Mikey Brooks weaves a magical spell that immerses you in every page.
Jun 14, Vicki rated it it was amazing Shelves: sci-fi-fantasy , children-s-books , kindle-version. What a a fun and different book! I loved it. Very inventive. Jan 29, Pam Torres rated it liked it Shelves: middle-grade. Comparing world building techniques between two debut authors. Some want impressionistic wonder.
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There are those who want every detail of the world the author is creating, they are hungry to know how, why and what of the world they are reading about. Then there are readers who want the world believab Comparing world building techniques between two debut authors. Then there are readers who want the world believable but are more interested in the storytelling and what motivates the characters in relation to the world.
I fall somewhere in between. Appreciating awesome world building is easy, but if there aren't characters I care about and cheer for, I lose interest. At the risk of slighting the God of world building, this is what Tolkien was for me.
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Once I understood the world, I lost interest, and it wasn't because the only real woman was an ethereal elf. Though I did find it strange. I can only tolerate so many characters running to and fro in an endless journey where they narrowly escape strange beasts and creatures through fighting, fighting and more fighting. But that's just me, I own it. To clarify, I love interesting details but they have to have an effect on the plot.
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I can get into an interesting weapon that's being used, or a belief system, but show me how it works, don't tell me. So when I evaluate a book and its use of world building I have several things I look for. Opening Paragraphs: Do I care about this new world enough to immerse myself into it?
What about the characters? Is there enough conflict to keep me interested? Confidence: Does the writer's voice exude confidence, not just that the world is unique, but it's apparent that the author believes in his world. Is the world complete and well rounded: Enough details to understand how the world works but not so many that there are pages of explanation about political, economic or cultural information that has no baring on the plot. Does the world building get in the way of the narrative. Are there so many details, life forms, cultural strata, political posturing that the narrative begins to get lost in explanations.
Storytelling: World building is a tool that an author uses to ultimately tell a story. The story and its conflicts must be compelling. Is the ending satisfying? What I Thought: Overall, both these books were a good read and I look forward to seeing more from both of these authors. First Line: The boy opened his eyes to a sky the color of melted butter and a sense of inexplicable terror. First Line: Parker was about to assassinate the general of the goblin army.